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marathon-eternal-data (game data for use with alephone)

Eternal is a free scenario for Aleph One, the multi-platform,
open-source, first-person-shooter engine derived from Bungie's
Marathon engine. It continues the story of the Marathon trilogy,
and is a nearly total conversion, featuring:

* Fifty-two new levels, some revisiting familiar locations from
the original Marathon trilogy.
* Over six hundred fifty new high-resolution textures, including
a dozen original landscape textures, from a variety of human
and alien environments.
* Eight all new weapons, many of which must be scavenged from your
defeated enemies.
* Over a dozen tracks of original music, including many remixes of
your favorite tracks from the original Marathon.
* And several new creatures and characters, alongside the complete
cast from the original trilogy.

Included in the package is a shell script wrapper. Type "marathon-eternal"
or select Marathon Eternal X from the KDE or XFCE "Games" menu.

To install the gamedata in /opt instead of /usr to save space in the
root partition use use OPT=yes ./marathon-eternal-data.SlackBuild

This requires: alephone

Maintained by: Hunter Sezen
Keywords: alephone,fps,bungie

Homepage:
http://eternal.bungie.org/index.php

Source Downloads:
EternalXv110Full.zip (9881140a7836c46869a3c985ce2c1709)

Download SlackBuild:
marathon-eternal-data.tar.gz
marathon-eternal-data.tar.gz.asc (FAQ)

(the SlackBuild does not include the source)

Validated for Slackware 14.2

See our HOWTO for instructions on how to use the contents of this repository.

Access to the repository is available via:
ftp git cgit http rsync

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