UT Map Manager

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UT Map Manager

Post by [JAG]Teabag » Thu Oct 09, 2008 8:55 pm

here is UT Map Manager,
installs maps from .zip files into the correct directory's also collects files required for maps to work ,if you need to collect the files from your game to upload for a server. packs them into a .zip when you use the uninstall feature.
(dont forget to reinstall the map afterwards tho)


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Re: UT Map Manager

Post by yarow12 » Thu Jun 02, 2022 1:32 am

Does this fully work for anybody? The Install zipped maps tab is always blank for me, the Help buttons open the Windows Help and Support window for some reason, and the Download button goes to dead sites (tested half of them). That being said, all other tabs seem to work fine, so I'll be making use of it anyway. Just want to know how to get the first tab working.

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edit: Just realized the original download link's broken. Here's ut-files and gamefront.

Here's Peter Yu's review from 2003, btw.
And here's the readme since online information on it is very limited beyond that review:
Unreal Tournament Map Manager
version 1.5

Frank Davidsen (c) 2000


About UT Map Manager
UTMM is an attempt to make the managment of UT maps as easy as possible:

- Install zipped maps and umods
- Install cached maps
- Uninstall maps and umods

Basically it works like this: Select one or more maps from a list and click
the "OK" button; UTMM does all the hard work with installing or uninstalling
the maps for you.
Note! If you have a previous version of UTMM installed, you should uninstall
that first.

Run the setup.exe program and follow the instructions to install UTMM on your

New in Version 1.5
These are the most important changes:
- Internal unzip. Previous versions used external unzip tools to do much
of the work, but this is now all gone.
- Umod install and uninstall. Previous versions could handle these, but it
was very shaky. Now it is 95% like it should be.
- Full cache managment. UTMM now knows everything about the files in your
cache folder. Install or delete individual files or all connected files
at once.
- Full uninstall: Uninstalling a map removes all files connected to the
map, except those files that are still needed by other maps. Previous
versions could only do this with maps that were first installed with
UTMM, but now it can uninstall all maps and packages.
- Backup your installed maps and mods easily
- Changes in user feedback, user interface and help documentation, and
increased Windows responsiveness.
- Tested on Windows 98 and Windows 2000.

New in Version 1.2
- Fixed a bug that made UTMM crash when attempting to install cached maps from UT v413.
- Easier installation of cached maps.
- Fixed a bug related to detecting shared files
- Fixed a bug related to additional skins
(By the way, have you tried the "Unreal" skin yet?)
- Much easier installation! (No messing with external zip utilities like in the
previous versions.)
- Will display any single maps/textures/sounds/music files found in the UT
folders on the "Installed maps" page.
- Added "auto update on startup" checkbox. Reduces startup time.
- Added an option to install a downloaded map and then delete the zip file.
- Smarter map renaming (still possible to turn this off)
- Works better with map readme files (actually a very useful fix!)
- Fixed a stupid bug from preparing the release version of UTMM 1.1 (related to
WinZip evaluation version)
- Works on Windowns 9x, Windows NT and Windows 2000
New in version 1.1
- Fixed bug with displaying readme files for uninstalled maps. It didn't follow
the precedence rules: 1) html+htm files 2) txt+doc files 3) gif+jpg.
- Fixed visual bug when UTMM starts on options page.
- Fixed synchronization bug between Trash can button and map list.
- Pop-up in "install cached files" list had been disabled, it's enabled again.
- Work better with the WinZip CLS evaluation version.
- Support for PK Zip 2.5 for Win 9x/NT (*much* faster ;).
- Added more links to the download page window.
- Support for custom map types (Infiltration INF-, Jailbreak JB-,
Darkmatch TDK-) More gametypes can be added on the options page.
- Double-clicking a map in the "Installed maps" section shows the read me file
instead of uninstalling it.
- Auto show map doc on install (toggle-able, only when installing a single map
at the time).
- Can install zipped demos (skins and voices are already supported)
- Trash-can button will now both delete the zip file AND uninstall the map, not
only delete the zip file.
- Better feedback when something bad happens
- Query if files will be overwritten when a map is installed.
- Maps without a valid prefix (DM-, DOM- etc..) will get one added when
it is installed (same as given in the zip filename, or default DM-).
- If an error occurs while installing a map, the files already installed will be
deleted (full install or no install).
- Test if it is possible to uninstall a map before it is uninstalled (it might
be in use) (full uninstall or no uninstall)
- Skins: change the way UTMM looks (anyone?!:)
- Display filter: select if only to view DM, DOM, CTF, AS, other or all maps.
- If a zip file contains a umod file, UTMM will automatically launch the umod
installer to complete the installation, and run UT\setup.exe when it is
- Help file updated (oh, and added a contents page to it ;)
New in version 1.0d
- Solved a problem when using the evaluation version of WinZip 7.0. It appeared
like UTMM hanged in this case. UTMM will now work correctly with both the
registered and unregistered version. Thanks to Cronium for all his help with
- Added a "Download maps" button to the Install Maps page. This button will
automatically take you to sites on the internet where you can download maps
and read map reviews.
- Added a "Redetect installed maps" button on the options page. Use this if
UTMM loses track of which maps are installed and which are not.
- You can now install / uninstall maps just by double-clicking the map name in
the map list, instead of clicking the Go Button.
- Help documentation updated.
New in versjon 1.0c
- Small changes in the help file
- Updated versjon number displayed on the options screen
- A few rewritings of some functions in the code
- Fixed a bug that left some files intact after a "uninstall & delete"
- Map list is automatically updated after a change in the "map repository"
folder in the options screeen.
New in versjon 1.0
- Possible to select many maps and install them all in one go.
- Refresh list added to popup menu.
- Rename maps from UTMM
- Duplicate maps for other game types (example dm -> dom). Some maps support
- Shared files (textures, music, sounds or system files) that are used by other
maps will not be removed when a map is uninstalled, but will be removed when
the last map that used the shared files is uninstalled.
- New icon
- Full scan at first run will detect maps already installed.
- Better testing of info entered in config wizard
- Several other fixes and optimization
New in v0.9 beta release 2
- Possible to view documentation supplied with maps
- Popup menus for the map list
- Some graphics changes
- Several other small fixes
New in v0.9 beta release 1
This was the initial release.

Bug reports and comments
All feedback is welcome as e-mail to




for updates and news about UTMM.

Thanks for Cronium, Duf, Killerqueen, Dufloor and PsycoJohn for their help
with testing this program.

Half the credit goes to my lead tester, Allan Holder. He found an incredible
amount of things to change, add and fix. If you like this utility, please visit
his clan's web page at:


(But please don't send bug reports to him :) Use my e-mail address for that!)

Also thanks to Joe (FragFacility/PlanetUnreal), Mr. Pineapple King, TheForce,
Malcolm Edeson, Rio Wong and Raymond Chen for their help with bug testing and
general feedback.

Trentor Hansen for his help with Win NT.

UnrealUniverse for agreeing to host this file on their servers.

Epic Games of course!

And thanks to everybody else that have sent me comments! Much appreciated.
I know that at least /somebody/ uses this tool. :)

Legal disclaimer
The author of this program takes no responsibility for the use of this program.
All use of it is on your own risk.

Epic Games have nothing to do with this program. If it doesn't work, don't
complain to them! (But feel free to use MY e-mail address above.)

You are NOT allowed to commercially exploit this program for profit in any way,
including but not limited to, putting it on a CD ROM or any other medium that
is sold in or out of retail channels, for any amount of money. You must obtain
written permission from me (the author) to exploit this program commercially.

You MAY distribute this program through any electronic network (internet,
FIDO, local BBS etc.), provided you include this file, leave the archive
intact, and do not charge a fee for access to the archive.


UNREAL TOURNAMENT (c)1999 Epic Games, Inc. UNREAL (c)1998 Epic Megagames, Inc.
All Rights Reserved. Distributed by GT Interactive Software, Inc. under license.
UNREAL and the UNREAL logo are registered trademarks of Epic Megagames, Inc. All
other trademarks and trade names are properties of their respective owners.

The installer for this product was created using Installer VISE from
MindVision Software. For more information on Installer VISE, contact:
MindVision Software
7201 North 7th Street
Lincoln, NE 68521-8913

Voice: (402) 477-3269
Fax: (402) 477-1395
E-mail: mindvision@mindvision.com

ZLib 1.1.3 written by:
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Re: UT Map Manager

Post by EvilGrins » Thu Jun 02, 2022 5:13 am

I have Unreal Anthology for my primary UT.

Everything is under UA... would that still work?
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Re: UT Map Manager

Post by yarow12 » Fri Jun 03, 2022 1:29 am

@EvilGrins: It lets you pick your install and map location respectively, so it should be.
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Re: UT Map Manager

Post by [rev]rato.skt » Sun Jun 05, 2022 6:07 pm

This tool is very good :tu: , but this very old tool could have one more updated and without bugs... :sad2:
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