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Marathon has been released!

Postby DosFreak » 2005-1-11 @ 21:20

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Marathon Trilogy Box Set

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Marathon 2
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Re: Marathon has been released!

Postby HunterZ » 2005-1-12 @ 05:26

Sweet - I always wanted to play these (never had a Mac). Are there any Windows source ports or worthy Mac emulators that would let me play them? Looks like they're planning to release Windows versions eventually.
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Re: Marathon has been released!

Postby HunterZ » 2005-1-12 @ 05:33

Some possible answers to my own question:
http://www.calormen.com/mwd.htm
http://source.bungie.org/
http://www.uni-mainz.de/~bauec002/A1Main.html

Anyone familiar with any of this stuff?
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Re: Marathon has been released!

Postby Kaminari » 2005-1-12 @ 12:10

Aleph One is an open source reimplementation of the Marathon 2 engine (released some moons ago by Bungie). It can play M2 and M3 resources natively. M1 resources have to be converted beforehand, or you could just download M1A1. As a neat bonus to the trilogy, I highly recommend the unofficial Marathon 4 (more than five years in the making).
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Re: Marathon has been released!

Postby Targaff » 2005-1-12 @ 23:17

Stu Campbell knows his stuff, and he says the mac versions run pretty well in Basilisk.
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