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Discussion in 'iPhone and iPad Games' started by Boardumb, Jul 7, 2011.
An option to turn off auto-centre aim would be GREATLY appreciated
That would be the "look ahead" option in preferences. As in auto-centre. Makes it hard to aim and run I find. Think it would work well.
Multiplayer would be awesome.. Bit too awesome..
Keep up the good work!!!!
This game and the other two in the trilogy appear to be broken on iPad mini. They play in a windowed view only in the center of the screen, rather than playing full screen.
Hoping for a fix
Downloaded these when they came out so I'd have them in the cloud, but finally got around to redownloading them and starting to play them... Already purchased MC mode on all three. May buy the other extras too! Thanks for the hard work. Hope our few bucks of IAP makes up for it. Hope it'll be enough for continued support. I can't believe I never heard of these games before now!
Yeah this is bungies first games before the halo franchise
This is now updated for modern devices
People have been asking about this forever... So, Marathon now has MFi Controller support!
How did I not know these games existed on iOS till now? 8 years later?!? Downloading all 3 right now.
This… doesn't even compute to me.
Are you the dev? And if so:
1) Thank you very much!
2) Will the other two be getting the same?
Yeah a classic game. Love having these old FPS games on my phone. Gutted Duke Nukem 3d was never updated
I don’t have the slightest clue how this has even happened. I’ve been around since before these were introduced.
Curious...it seems the Master Chief and high res IAPs are gone (with the features being unlocked by default) now. Is this correct? The only IAPs are the donation ones, right?
EDIT: And the enhanced reticule IAP...
I’ve done some of the more recent commits for the mobile port, but there have been many others who have worked on the codebase over the years.
And yes, M2 and Moo will get the same update after we confirm this new feature didn’t introduce any bugs. We also receive feature requests and bug reports via the support email, so feel free to use that.
Also, yes... all of the IAP mods are now built-in for free; there is only a donate button. No one is trying to make money off of the game - our goal is for as many people to be able to play it as possible (and maybe cover our expenses in the process).
For those who have never played Marathon before, be sure to try the multiplayer. In a roomful of friends, it’s just as fun now as it was 25 years ago!