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Custom Levels for Other Games

Pac-Man in Doom 2016

'Nuff said. Search for 'Pinky's Pac Maze' in Doom 2016's Snapmap mode for PC, PS4 or Xbox One to play for yourself. (Snapmap ID: 49Q8NR4D)

Super Mario Maker

Head on over to

to play my original levels in Super Mario Maker for Wii U. Hopefully they won't all have disappeared by the time you're reading this.

Marathon Trilogy

Marathon: a trilogy of first person shooters from Bungie in the mid 90s. I made a ton of custom levels for it using the Forge editing suite. One small catch though, I was around 10 years old at the time. It kind of goes without saying not to expect too much in terms of quality. Nevertheless, if you're curious to see where I cut my teeth with game design, you can download everything I made below:

How to play these maps:

Download Aleph One alongside the original Marathon games. Don't worry, it's all open source and free!

Save my maps somewhere within the same directory as Aleph One.

Launch Aleph One via Marathon Infinity. Click Preferences, Environment, and select a map from the list. The maps with (CAMPAIGN) in the name will loop through consecutive levels, the rest are singular.

Now return to the main menu and click 'Begin new game.' Enjoy!

F-Zero X

Do you like F-Zero X, the N64 racing classic? Do you like weird novelty courses? Then you've come to the right place...

I've only ever made one complete custom track for this game - that I'm aware of. The aptly named Screw Road, available right here:

How to play this track:

Download the F-Zero X Execution Project and follow the read-me for instructions on how to patch an F-Zero rom file.