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Elastomania Level Archive

Post by zebra » 10 May 2008, 23:02

Have you ever had a situation that you are missing an important level? You maybe know the level name but can't find it from your level folder (which is messed up)? You don't bother to search the internet either? Or would you like to have a decent collection of elastomania levels?

If yes, ELA is the pack for your needs. Like the topic says, it's the ultimate collection of all elastomania levels ever existed. Yes, I know, this is very ambitious project :)

So, why another level pack? Aren't there those big elastomania level collections out there? Well, yes there are, but they all contain only someone's personal collection of levels and they are not organized in any way. ELA is organized by highly educated elma professional (me) :) and has a nice structure where you can find the most popular levels easily and see the level packs arranged by designer or team.

ELA isn't ready yet, and will be never ready. It's only a snapshot of the current situation. I need you to download the zip, examine the directory structure and all the levels in it. There are many levels and level packs still missing and there might be some errors also. I need you to find them and report them in this thread. I also want some improvement proposals and ideas how to make the pack or directory structure better.

I also need you to upload your levels in this thread so that the pack can be updated in the future. I'm mainly interested in full level packs. When posting your level pack,
1) give the direct link to the pack (.zip if preferred)
2) tell the level pack name
3) tell who has made the levels (nick and team)
4) tell where in the level hierarchy it should be placed (or if it's already there)

I have tried to remove all duplicates from the zip, and let's try to keep it like that, although it's pretty hard and there are some still some levels intentionally in multiple places (for example some GAA and LOM levels).

In case someone has a ftp server with enough space and interest (moposite/zworqy/maxdaman/who else?), I would gladly give this project to someone else, who could maintain this archive in his/her site. Otherwise we'll continue updating and uploading the pack into this thread once in a while.

Currently there are 51243 files in the pack. That means that we have over 50000 levels in it :) Download the pack below. Have fun! Note that opening the package might be very slow due to the amount of level files.

If you can't extract the 7z archive, download the 7-zip program.

Download ELA-2008-06-13.7z, 51243 files, 169 MB:

Levels: ELA-2008-06-13.7z
File list: ELA-2008-06-13.txt

Older ones:
Levels: ELA-2008-05-11.txt
File list: ELA-2008-05-11.7z
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Post by Lukazz » 10 May 2008, 23:59

thank you!
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Post by 8-ball » 11 May 2008, 06:22

.rar file plz
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Post by Costya » 11 May 2008, 10:03

it is possible to make txt file with all containing levels?
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Post by Polarix » 11 May 2008, 10:24

Please make this topic as a sticky!
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Post by zebra » 11 May 2008, 11:20

Costya wrote:it is possible to make txt file with all containing levels?
ok, I made a raw list with windows tree command. I uploaded the file, see the first post.
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Post by zebra » 11 May 2008, 11:37

8-ball wrote:.rar file plz
Why? What's wrong with .zip? Something personal?
I made a comparison between some of the most used compression formats and this was the result:

Uncompressed: 380 MB (472 MB on disk)
zip: 248 MB
rar: 239 MB
7z: 157 MB

So, there isn't much difference between zip and rar and because zip is better supported than rar, I won't be uploading rar.

But, I may upload the packs in 7z format in the future because it seems to be so much better. Any opinion on this? Everyone should be able to uncompress 7z because there are free programs for that. So, do you want 7z or zip?
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Post by ExTeC » 11 May 2008, 12:40

+---Russian ElastoMania Club levels
| +---27
| | 27x1a.lev
| | 27x1b.lev
| | 27x1c.lev
| | 27x2a.lev
| | 27x2b.lev
| | 27x3a.lev
| | 27x3b.lev
| | 27x4a.lev
| | 27x4b.lev
| | 27x5a.lev
| | 27x5b.lev
| | 27x6a.lev
| | 27x6b.lev
| | 27x7.lev
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Post by insane guy » 11 May 2008, 12:54

http://up.k10x.net/hjxdxuyvsidec/insguy.zip

(1000 levs - cool)

these are most of my levs I could find on my hdd. There are many missing and I dont remember the names of some.

I didnt check which of my levs are already in the archive, I hope thats ok.
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Post by Alma » 11 May 2008, 13:18

Great zebra :P

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Post by culinko » 11 May 2008, 13:46

zip is better supported than rar? so why there are 90% of the files on the rapidshare only rars? :X
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Post by zworqy » 11 May 2008, 14:52

CuLiNo wrote:zip is better supported than rar? so why there are 90% of the files on the rapidshare only rars? :X
More systems/programs can handle ZIPs than RARs. You don't even need a prgram for ZIPs, Windows can zip/unzip by itself. That's support.
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Post by Kale » 11 May 2008, 14:58

That pack is HUGE. But is there any way to play them without having to extract every level to LEV folder?

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Post by zebra » 11 May 2008, 15:54

Kale wrote:That pack is HUGE. But is there any way to play them without having to extract every level to LEV folder?
I guess you don't want to have over 46000 levels in your lev folder. Just extract the pack somewhere else and copy the interesting levels to your lev folder. I think it's the best way to handle this amount of levels. Would be marvellous if elma had a feature so that it could read subfolders under your lev folder... but it hasn't, at least not yet.

Btw, in case you get an internal error when opening editor, that's because you have a level in your level folder which filename length is over 8 characters. I removed all such levels from the pack so this shouldn't be a problem anymore.
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Post by Kowal » 11 May 2008, 20:57

hah, nice work zebra! :D
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Post by zebra » 11 May 2008, 21:23

BarTek wrote:great pack!

but


ffs... winzip like cant extract, eventhough I have decent comp, as good as rar. It jams, is slow, dies, errors. winrar would be better option. More stable imo. Zip is cool, but for this huge ass pack with many files it crashes.

wont be able to extract until I gat rar :( and not in mood to extract 100 levs at the time
Use some better program than winzip. For example I use power archiver and it works fairly good.
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Post by CMc » 11 May 2008, 21:24

Mega respect Zebra! +++
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Post by SveinR » 11 May 2008, 22:58

BarTek wrote:great pack!

but


ffs... winzip like cant extract, eventhough I have decent comp, as good as rar. It jams, is slow, dies, errors. winrar would be better option. More stable imo. Zip is cool, but for this huge ass pack with many files it crashes.

wont be able to extract until I gat rar :( and not in mood to extract 100 levs at the time
You do know WinRAR can extract .zip files? ;s

Anyway, how people can't have support for .rar on their machines know I won't understand. Pretty much all downloaded movies are in split .rar archives for instance. Which btw is one of the huge advantages of .rar over .zip; as far as I know it's not possible to split .zip archives. Though it probably wouldn't be much use in this case.
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Post by Igge » 11 May 2008, 23:01

ye

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Post by dz » 11 May 2008, 23:09

The pack is huge. 8O

Oh, and 7-Zip ftw.

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Post by zworqy » 11 May 2008, 23:20

SveinR wrote:You do know WinRAR can extract .zip files? ;s
You do know WinZip 11 can extract RAR files?
SveinR wrote:Anyway, how people can't have support for .rar on their machines know I won't understand. Pretty much all downloaded movies are in split .rar archives for instance. Which btw is one of the huge advantages of .rar over .zip; as far as I know it's not possible to split .zip archives. Though it probably wouldn't be much use in this case.
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Post by Lasall » 12 May 2008, 00:09

dz wrote:The pack is huge. 8O

Oh, and 7-Zip ftw.

7zip ftw!
because the programand the algorithm is open source - unlike to "rar".
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Post by SveinR » 12 May 2008, 01:07

zworqy wrote:
SveinR wrote:You do know WinRAR can extract .zip files? ;s
You do know WinZip 11 can extract RAR files?
No, but that's not the issue anyway, as BarTek complained about WinZip being slow.
zworqy wrote:ZIPs can be split. But the question is: Why the fuck would you WANT TO?
In this case there would be no point. But people may want to split a big RAR archive if they want to upload it to rapidshare for instance, which only accepts files that are 100MB in size.

But blah, this topic isn't about competing compression formats, and I think you'll agree zworqy :)
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Post by Mawane » 12 May 2008, 13:17

hum... I don't understand why there are only 10 levels from my levpack in ELA. I never uploaded only 10. you can get the whole packs on http://www.freewebs.com/mawane/levels.htm
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Post by zebra » 12 May 2008, 16:40

Mawane wrote:hum... I don't understand why there are only 10 levels from my levpack in ELA. I never uploaded only 10. you can get the whole packs on http://www.freewebs.com/mawane/levels.htm
To which level pack are you referring to?
Because if you mean MLP (Mawane's level pack), it can be found from ELA/Misc level packs/Mawane's levels
Actually there are more your levels in ELA than in your own site (in your site there are only levels 1-78 ).
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Post by zebra » 12 May 2008, 17:10

Ok for all of you who couldn't extract zip file, I uploaded 7z file (see the first post). You may download the 7-zip program and try to extract with it. It was very fast at least for me (just click the ELA-2008-05-11.7z file with right mouse button and select to extract).

And I would like to stick to 7z in the future because it's so much smaller (90 MB is much for some ppl)
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Re: Elastomania Level Archive

Post by Boomer » 21 May 2008, 13:39

Seems that Team JAPS levels are missing... Would be cool to try out those levs again. Some of them used a lgr based on Southpark.
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Post by zebra » 23 May 2008, 10:23

Boomer wrote:Seems that Team JAPS levels are missing... Would be cool to try out those levs again. Some of them used a lgr based on Southpark.
Well, upload them here, please!

Come on other ppl too, I haven't received too many levels after the first release.
I might upload a new version in two weeks or so. After that there can be a much longer break.
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Error Battle Levels (401 levels): http://up.k10x.net/larnqntgekneo/BaEr.rar
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Post by zebra » 25 May 2008, 22:53

thanks.

I would like to have your full battle level packs too. Especially from the following players: 8-ball, Ali, Antz, Deadness, devan, devin, Fanatico, FinMan, teajay, jp, Juble, kestas, noni, Smibu, umiz, Zweq. And from others too which I didn't remember. The more levels the better :)
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Post by teajay » 26 May 2008, 01:50

I could try, but first I have to make sure whihc levels are double and so on, I have the awful habit of saving new levels over old ones, especially when I'm editing from older levs. :(

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Post by FinMan » 26 May 2008, 14:39

FMBa001-161+some_other_levels_1.zip
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Post by Polarix » 27 May 2008, 09:41

Zebra, please add these Team TR levels
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Post by Mawane » 10 Jun 2008, 01:55

i released my botch, mawpi, and updated my times in MLP and MLPpi
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Post by zebra » 12 Jun 2008, 23:40

ELA is now updated and we reached the 50000 level limit! Check the newest links from the first post. There will now be a long pause before the next update (dunno how long, it depends on peoples interest).
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Post by A.K.B. » 16 Jun 2008, 06:40

If I ever finish my levelpack, I'll send link.
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Post by goofu » 16 Jun 2008, 15:03

thats freaking amazing! thanks alot and good job :)
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Post by Ali » 16 Jun 2008, 15:14

i found there some of my old levels i already forgot i made hehe, zebra you rule :D
my balle levs have very random names, so duno if i bother to collect them... maybe just some FFs later

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Post by Mawane » 25 Jun 2008, 03:34

Rider's Level Pack (RidLP##) should be in Russian ElastoMania Club levels

EDIT:and where are BoneLESS levs? like upHHIT, pipeHH?

EDIT2: ask to kestas to give you all his kos#### and the others levs

EDIT3: dunno what is this pack but i think its not on ELA: TBC

EDIT4: where is TC-R01-1.lev (and the following ofc), they were very contested levels, dunno where. they are designed by ramone, kopaka, cyre, mcleod, juish and behk

EDIT5: you forgot the berh's special tricks, i dont have 'em all but a few

=> As u can see, i'm organisating my own lev system, lol
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Post by Mawane » 25 Jun 2008, 12:30

I said "where", not i want that you share me. I already added them in attachement with my post, exact same size, same levs. By where, i mean the url and btw, to say to zebra to add it in the ELA.
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Post by Kopaka » 25 Jun 2008, 15:56

Take it easy, didn't see them there..

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Post by zebra » 27 Jun 2008, 08:58

Thanks mawane for those comments and levels. I will add them to the next release but like i said, it wont happen in near future.
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Re: Elastomania Level Archive

Post by Mawane » 28 Jun 2008, 22:17

i didnt find the levpack DXtrix

EDIT: u should add levs missing from http://es.endrju.9g.pl/

EDIT2: seems error sacred cup is missing (EsC), http://error.elastomania.ru/sacredcup/events2.htm

EDIT3: i found a new quite nice levpack in my lev directory Xitt

EDIT4: i found some levs from Vide
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Re: Elastomania Level Archive

Post by A.K.B. » 30 Sep 2008, 09:26

Mega thanks for this, since I hadn't got elma on this new pc (still shit as fuck though, 1 frame p/s etc liek old one) sick as to have this for download.
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Re: Elastomania Level Archive

Post by pawq » 30 Oct 2008, 16:03

doesn't it need to be updated?

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Re: Elastomania Level Archive

Post by zebra » 31 Oct 2008, 22:37

Well, maybe next year or so. I won't be updating it after every new level. It's a lot of work collecting all the new levels. I don't really know if I bother. But in case I update it some day, if you want to ease up my work, you can upload your levelpacks in this topic. Anyway I kind of reached my goal already when I got all the legendary packs all in one zip file.
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