Hopper on Jul 7th 2012
M1A1 Enhanced HUD Plugin 20120514
Hopper on May 14th 2012
Hopper on Mar 30th 2012
GeoCities may be gone, but the art of the GIF lives on. All multi-frame sequences from the original Marathon Shapes file are included.
2261 downloads, 1 review, 0 screenshots, 5.0 rating
Marathon Theme 20120128
treellama on Feb 9th 2012
Octomac on Nov 5th 2011
This simple modification to the FloatingX LUA script file adds an ammunition counter to the Alien Weapon using the M1A1 FloatingX HUD. In keeping with the style of the FloatingX HUD, the ammo counter jitters and flickers back and forth to mimic the static effect seen when the Alien Weapon is selected.
To install, download the M1A1 version of the FloatingX HUD plugin, back up the FloatingX.lua script file inside, and replace it with this one.
Notes for version 1.0:
Simple code change to the FloatingX.lua file included with the M1A1 FloatingX HUD.
1762 downloads, 0 reviews, 0 screenshots, 0.0 rating
President People on Sep 29th 2011
These Sounds files were third-party replacements for the original M1.
The original files were created by The Legendary Frank. I have converted them to Aleph One format for use with M1A1.
The first one is the latest version. The second was included with the M1 Demo v0.0 on my old Mac Cube. Also included are the original M1 files.
Simply place this folder within your scenario folder or Aleph One directory, select either file in your Environment Preferences, Begin New Game, strap in and brace for impact! Enjoy!
From the manual for the latest version, written by The Legendary Frank:
"Enclosed is a file called HardCoreSounds. It's an alternate sound file for Marathon 1 that, once you change it's name to Sounds and start up Marathon will rip your ears off and give you a week long nose bleed. (Well hopefully not -- I don't need to get sued.) But, sufice to say, this is THE sound file to turn Marathon 1 into non stop extravganza of butchery and carnage the the game is supposed to be. So, turn off the lights, strap on some headphones and then try to stop your knees from knocking as you go 'Damn! That'll hurt bad!'
IMPORTANT NOTE: Do not use if you can't stand cuss words, loud noises, or anything that would offend normal people. These sounds ain't PC or nice. No Cub Scouts or PTA moms.
Any flak, jizz or miscellaneous comments can be sent to: [email protected]
2036 downloads, 2 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating
UESC Marathon 1.0
Dodopod on Aug 26th 2011
M1A1-SE Tracks 1.5
fracai on Aug 3rd 2011
A collection of 26 ogg tracks created by Craig Hardgrove, Tobacco (Thomas Barth), The Cannibal Whore Feast, Chibi-Usa.
Originally uploaded to Orbital Arm, I am not the author of this release.
Notes for version 1.5:
Flowers In Heaven.ogg
Flowers In Heaven2.ogg
New Pacific (Reprise).ogg
What About Bob.ogg
2108 downloads, 1 review, 0 screenshots, 2.0 rating
M1A1 Fixes 1.0
Hopper on Jul 18th 2011
M1A1 Fixes is a plugin that makes the scenario a little closer to the original Marathon.
Notes for version 1.0:
This first version has 3 fixes:
Remove the "Pathways into Darkness" opening
Restore the BoBs' soft-death sequences
Limit the player to a single fist (sadly not the left one)
The "No PiD" plugin is not necessary or compatible with this plugin, so please uninstall or disable it before trying M1A1 Fixes.
2180 downloads, 3 reviews, 1 screenshot, 5.0 rating
Hopper on Jul 17th 2011
For the first time in digital quality, you can hear Marathon's music as it first shipped in 1994.
The default M1A1 tracks use QuickTime 2.5, released in 1996, which changed some of the instruments. These files were recorded with QuickTime 2.0, which shipped with Marathon, to capture what it sounded like when Bungie first released the game.