Apotheosis X is a total conversion for Marathon Infinity running on the Aleph One engine. Apotheosis X pushes the boundaries of what's possible aesthetically with the marathon engine whilst retaining its low resolution 90's charm. The campaign features engaging combat that scales with player skill and aggression, with a roster of new enemies and weaponry that compliments the original games' nuance and high skill ceiling.

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Please note – Expand this text to see the up to date download link for Aleph One. Apotheosis X is a total conversion featuring 24 massive levels of carnage brought to life with entirely reimagined sprites and textures, high frame rate animations, 16 bit audio and an original soundtrack. The campaign features engaging combat that scales with player skill and aggression, with a roster of new enemies and weaponry that complements the original games' nuance and high skill ceiling.

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SweetJuleka
SweetJuleka

Awesome! Downloading ASAP! :3

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Guest
Guest

can I get some help? it's giving me a
while initializing preferences (../../../svn/Source_Files/Misc/preferences.cpp:2025)
fatal alert (ID=-1): Please be sure the files 'Map', 'Shapes', 'Images' and 'Sounds' are correctly installed and try again. (../../../svn/Source_Files/CSeries/csalerts_sdl.cpp:104)

weird thing

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hypersleep Author
hypersleep

It looks like it can't find the game files – Make sure the Aleph One exe is inside the Apotheosis X folder when you launch it.

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legionixtheeagle
legionixtheeagle

You need to have the latest version of Aleph One, available here Github.com

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undeadmerc3
undeadmerc3

Hi. I usually run Marathon mods on my Linux via a Wine emulator, but when I tried launching your mod after placing the Alepha One executible via the Wine program loader it gives me the error "no path." I tried putting hte Marathon Infinity files in seeing how it's a Marathon Infinity mod, but the results are the same. I also tried installing the Linux version of Marathon and inserted the Linux executible, but it tells me the Maps, shapes images, and sounds files are missing. Any idea what I should do?

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