|Version||1(as of 6/27/2014)|
|Platforms||Windows, Mac, Linux|
- Open source game engine of the FPS Marathon trilogy
- Co-op and multiplayer Internet gameplay
- Plugin support for modifications
Aleph One is an open source game engine that is a continuation the Bungie Marathon game engine. It runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux platforms.
The Aleph One game engine plays the Marathon trilogy of first-person shooter (FPS) games. It also plays 3rd-party content created by the large community of Aleph One developers. Some of these community-developed games include Tempus Irae, Marathon RED, and Eternal. The game engine includes some key features, such as co-op and multiplayer gameplay over TCP/IP networks, OpenGL rendering, and plugin support for modifications.
This open source game engine allows players to relive their gaming memories from the 1990s. Gamers who are looking to play the FPS Marathon Trilogy on any of the on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux platforms should download the Aleph One game engine.
Primary File TypeAleph One Saved Game
Supported File Types
|.SGAA||Aleph One Saved Game|
|.FILA||Aleph One Replay File|
|.FNTA||Aleph One Font File|
|.IMGA||Aleph One Image File|
|.MUSA||Aleph One Music File|
|.PHYA||Aleph One Physics File|
|.SCEA||Aleph One Map File|
|.SHPA||Aleph One Shape File|
|.SNDA||Aleph One Sound File|