Aleph One is the open source continuation of Bungie's Marathon 2 FPS game engine. Aleph One plays Marathon, Marathon 2, Marathon Infinity, and 3rd-party content on a wide array of platforms, with (optional) OpenGL rendering, Internet play, Lua scripting, and more.
Using Aleph One
- AlephOne.Lhowon.Org is the place to download the Marathon trilogy and Aleph One.
- The Pfhorums are the best place to go to ask for help, or to keep up with the latest Aleph One news.
- GitHub Issues is the place to report Aleph One bugs. Please read the guide to reporting bugs before you report.
- Keyboard Shortcuts document the key commands that aren't listed in the "Customize Keys" preferences.
- File Locations where Aleph One stores saved games, screenshots, and preferences.
- Linux Install Instructions explain the required dependencies and compilation.
- Developer Notes provide information for Aleph One developers or maintainers.
- Trilogy Release has more info about Bungie's original Marathon trilogy, including the game manuals.
- Traxus is a wiki about the Marathon universe.
- Marathon's Story details the plot and background of Marathon, including every terminal message.
- Lhowon.Org Levels has maps and links to more information about each level.
- Simplici7y hosts new maps and other goodies.
- Ryoko's mapmaking guide and $lave's Recommended Editors cover the tools to make your own Aleph One content.
- Plugins explains how to package your custom Lua, MML, or themes for easy installation.
- 3D Model Troubleshooting offers tips for getting 3D models to look their best in Aleph One.
- Latest reference documentation: Lua scripting, MML, HUD scripting