|Ported By||Jonn Blanchard|
Aleph One is a first-person shooter using the Marathon engine that was released by Bungie. Sourcecode available here.
Read the included AlephOne_Readme.txt for instructions - Recompiled with newer libs, sound seems to be better
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A show-stopper is the lack of a Swim key. This makes it impossible for the player to get out of fluids in the game. This makes many levels of Marathon 2 and Marathon Infinity impossible to complete. For example, the first level of Marathon Infinity requires the player to navigate a series of flooded rooms and then emerge from the fluid at the base of an elevator. Without a swim key, the player will become stuck and will not be able to continue.
The controls are now fully configurable, and also come with a choice of 3 presets. The terminals are now readable, and can be navigated using A/B or L/R.
Press the Activate button to respawn after dying.
Saving/Loading works but is tempremental.
To use you need to download the datafiles from http://alephone.cebix.net unzip the contents to the data directory.
Other scenarios (which may, or may not work) are here http://orbitalarm.bungie.org/downloads/alephone.html
Marathon 1 (M1A1)
How to get it working
You need to rename some of the files after you extract AlephOne-M1A1-1.0.tar.gz
Rename the following files:
- M1A1 Images to Images
- M1A1 Music to Music
- M1A1 Sounds to Sounds
- M1A1 Map to Map
- M1A1 Shapes to Shapes