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Publisher Bungie Software
Type Demo
License Demo
Date Added 4/20/2000
Size 5 MB
Downloads 6,350
Marathon
The original first-person shooter from Bungie


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Mac Games Rating Reid (11/28/2007)
The graphics are kinda dated. But it has the best storyline that's ever been in a game! Great gameplay, great story, good map design, ect. What are you waiting for?! Download it now!!
 
Mac Games Rating Alex French (8/27/2004)
The graphics are outdated, yes, but the story lives on. What a great game. For those of you that want to play marathon check out http://source.bungie.org/ Download Aleph One and the enhanced textures. Aleph One allows cool OpenGL effects such as transparency, and the enhanced textures make the game look much better. Now go download them. You will be thankful for having done so. I garuntee it.
 
Mac Games Rating Timmy (9/6/2003)
HOW I MISS BUNGIE
 
Mac Games Rating Knight who says "Ni!" (7/3/2001)
Even though I prefer Marathon 2, it was a very close battle. I still haven't decided about Marathon vs Marathon Infinity. Yes, you're probably right. The graphics are extremely dated, but the gameplay lives on! Oh, what gameplay! Mmmmm. I also like the plot. Better than that laughably poor excuse for a plot that Doom had. There are, of course other technical improvements that make Marathon better than Doom, like smaller pixels, a real Hudd, genuine network options and the like. Doom bad. Marathon good. Buy Marathon. Even if you already have a copy, buy it again.
 
Mac Games Rating Andrew Nagy (12/7/2000)
The game design and plot in Marathon are cool beyond all comprehension. It isn't actually "the original first-person shooter from Bungie," though—that would be Pathways into Darkness, which had much more primitive graphics but still great atmosphere. And of course it doesn't really "stimulate all the senses." Other ads mention dynamic lighting, which also isn't there. But making up for the various graphical shortcomings are 24-bit color in friggin' 1994, and professional texture and sprite artwork that gives the game an anime feel and makes Doom look like the pathetic hack job it is.
 
Mac Games Rating William (8/18/2000)
This has what all FPS games should hope to acheive in storyline. The graphics are now dated, but the gameplay is still engaging.
 




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