I've commented so much on glitches and project ideas (and even posted a project) that actually forgot to introduce my self. Hello this is 3371-Alpha (you could call me Alpha for short) typing this message on a PowerMac G5 running Leopard. I'm 18 and just graduated form high school. Though I'm not a "professional" in computing my high school had it's own IT program that taught me plenty. I got stuck with this old ppc mac from a friend of my fathers. At first I was annoyed it was old though glad it was free. Eventual (after looking up the ppc architecture) I realised I had a piece of history sitting on my desk. Now I'm glad I have it. I'm part of this community now because this is one of few games that run of PowerPCs (besides Oolite, Vega Strike, & a few others). I first started playing Marathon about a month ago, boy is it fun. Good games never get old. This just shows that graphics don't make a game good, being enjoyable makes it good. So here I am saying hello from the platform this game originated.
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on Dec 5th '15, 00:14, edited 1 time in total.
PowerMac G5 Dual 2.0GHz 2003 (Model: 7,2)
Mac OS X 10.5.8 (Leopard)
7GB RAM (OWC PC-3200U-30330 DDR SDRAM 400MHz)
ATi Radeon X800 XT (GPU overclocked to 500MHz, VRAM to 550MHz)