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Timeline

Marathon: Fell v2.0 Spoiler Guide

Fell v2.0 is a 35-level solo scenario that's wholly the work of one person. As such, it can be less accessible to the masses than a large map made by a variety of mapmakers, because if you don't think the way Ben does, you might miss a lot. To that end, Ben has put together a spoiler guide for you... which includes secrets and strategies for all levels in DocMaker format, plus a film which shows Ben playing through all of the major new levels in one shot. (Yes, it can be done.) This should help anyone who's been stuck on a particular level of Fell for any length of time. (Don't read this i...

Teleport Switcher

A short tutorial and a demo map showing how to make user-controllable teleporters... that is, teleporters whose destination is configurable by the player. Pretty slick... download it, use it in your scenario, give J├Ągermeister credit, and make your players happy.

Marathon Master Scenario Guide v1.0

Ben Potter (creator of Fell, has compiled a list of all solo maps he's played since he discovered Marathon a few years ago, along with some useful statistics about them. (There are over 600 in all.) With the renewed interest in Marathon generated by the Marathon: Open Source project, some folks are revisiting the archives, looking for good, older maps. This list should help narrow the search!

MKT Tutorial v.1.1

A 6-level (well, a few more, but who's counting) map containing tutorials on making a slew of cool effects in Marathon. These range from trivial (more realistic smoke contrails via a single change in the physics model entry) to seriously complex (swinging doors, breaking windows, exploding walls). You even get tasty bonuses like a real laser sight and a working flashlight (this is too cool for words). It's all described in easy-to-follow language, and shows off some of Chris's amazing Killing Time artwork. Absolutely worth a download, for all scenario makers. Upgrade adds curved archways, ...