Alone in the Dark

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"After one and a half years of work we are ready to officially introduce you this addon. For a long time we've been thinking of how to preserve the atmosphere of this game loved by all of us, but at the same time to extend the existing limits, bring up new gameplay and experience. This time we've gone far beyond simple fan map-making and are going to prove to you that Blood is not this hopeless even without source code. From the beginning BAITD was aimed at expanding gameplay, it can't be limited by common gameplay borders, so here you're going to see a lot of new features. This is new BAITD, so don't compare it to the previous versions and, more importantly, to other people's addons."--NoOne aka Diman

Alone in the Dark is a Blood modification that has been released in several iterations between 2006 and 2016, first as a trilogy, and then "new" and "final" versions. Inspired by the mansion in the influential survival horror computer game of the same name, the maps are also known for their heavy amount of new artwork, voxels and assets modifications; including the packaging in of the the author's Weapons Mod and Voxel Pack.


"Updated BAITD series returns to say 'goodbye'! This final compilation of BAITD series let you play (almost) all parts of mod. BAITD is pure experimental mod that show to users new ways to mod the game and dedicated to original Alone In The Dark game series. Since 2006 year author(s) trying to expand gameplay and push the limits of Build Engine. It was first mod with new voxel models, weapons, non-linearity and monster experiments."--NoOne aka Diman

Version 1

Version 2

Version 3

Version New

Version Final

Weapons Mod

Revolver from Powerslave
Original Napalm Launcher from the Blood Alpha
Blood Weapons Mod Trailer on YouTube

"Just like the name states, it's a modification for Blood which allows using custom weapons. From revolvers to new bloody shotguns! Of course since Blood's modding is limited, the mod only allows replacing current weapons, but aren't you bored playing the same weapons for years? Maybe you want to play fun mode by installing Triple DZ or maybe Hardcore mode by choosing PowerSlaver revolver? The choice is yours! DosBox is recommended to play this mod, but BloodGDX supports this mod too, since GDX uses BLOOD.RFF and SOUND.RFF. Sadly, some hacks will not work since GDX does not use Blood.exe. Nevertheless it's possible to use custom weapons too."--NoOne

The Weapons Mod mostly replaces weapons with their Blood Alpha versions, save for the Tommy Gun which gets replaced with the Riot Shotgun from Shadow Warrior and the inclusion of the twin pistols from PowerSlave (Exhumed) over the Tommy Gun. It was released on November 17, 2012, and features an batch file to allow for the installation of each particular weapon (noting that the alpha and riot shotguns are mutually exclusive). It was packaged with Final Alone in the Dark.

The mod was later reissued as a version 1.2. It changed the double revolver into a single revolver, as well as other slight tweaks to their characteristics. Version 1.3 added tweaks to the Life Leech. A version 2.0 was later released on September 16, 2016 that brought the roster up to 12. All versions were made by NoOne (aka Dimon), and a version is included with the New Alone in the Dark modification. Version 3.0 was released on September 6, 2017 bringing the roster up to 18.

  • Silver pitchforks (Does more hits and damage).
  • Retail sawed-off with new animation.
  • "Holy Death" double sawed-offs (New sawed off, always akimbo).
  • Life Leech (Type 2) (Better fire balance).
  • Napalm Launcher from Alpha.
  • Sawed-off from Alpha (changed characteristics).
  • Beast Claws from Alpha (changed characteristics).
  • Riot Shotgun from Shadow Warrior (changed characteristics).
  • Aerosol from Alpha.
  • Dynamite (Bundle, Proximity and Remote) from Alpha.
  • Revolver from Power Slave (changed characteristics).
  • Life Leech (Type 1) (changed characteristics).
  • Axe
  • Wrath Heart (Shadow Warrior beta and retail mix)
  • Lupara (single- barrelled sawed-off)
  • Faster more balanced Life Leech)
  • Colt MI12
  • Tesla Coil

In addition, the mod packs in these extra features:

  • renaming vanilla weapons and items for weapons you installed,
  • DSCA system which allows you to know which characteristics of certain weapon were changed (See more information in GetInfo option),
  • all-new, much faster, way to install selected weapons,
  • presets manager that allows to load and save selected weapons,
  • compatibility with every addon even with custom content,
  • most of old weapons significantly reworked,
  • BMOUSE support,
  • extended configuration of main BAT file.

The Bloody Repo: Version 1.0, Version 1.1 (re-scripted), Version 1.2, Version 1.3, Version 2.0

Mirrors: 1.0 on Blood.Freeminded.De, 1.2 on on Blood.Freeminded.De, 1.2 on Mod DB, Version 1.3 on RTCM

Other: Weapons Mod on ModDB, Weapons Mod on YouTube, Transfusion Forums thread (version 3.0), Postmortem Thread

Voxel Pack

Voxel Pack

"Voxel pack from 89 high-quality models which can be installed on any user addition. All sprites corresponding to models are in file TILES018.ART and it also should be delivered together with your addition. Visual samples of models you can consider in mapfile VOXEL.MAP, and ID - in script MODELS.RFS"--Official description

A pack by NoOne (aka Diman) which provides 89 new voxels for the game.

Link: The Bloody Repo, RTCM, ModDB, Transfusion Forums, Postmortem Forums

By the Same Author

The Way of All Flesh-Again

Add-on that changes the levels in The Way of All Flesh without changing the story, it was created by Diman (aka NoOne) of Alone in the Dark.


Features textures from FEAR, Kingpin, Redneck Rampage, Witchaven (1,2), Duke Nukem 3D, Shadow Warrior, NAM, WW2GI, TEKWAR, Manhunt, and others.

Links: Russian project page, RTCM (re-scripted by BME)

Cradle to Grave NEW BLD EDITION

  • e1m1a
  • e1m1b
  • e1m1c
  • e1m1d
  • e1m2a

Link: RTCM

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