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by Avenues
Nov 26th '17, 21:03
Forum: Editors, Emulation, Etcetera
Topic: Marathon 2 for Windows 95
Replies: 14
Views: 5786

Re: Marathon 2 for Windows 95

But in any case, as I say, there are some important differences in the levels in the Windows 95 version, and I am finding more all the time. That's why it is really interesting to play in my virtual machine as well as playing Aleph One on the Mac itself.
by Avenues
Nov 26th '17, 08:46
Forum: Editors, Emulation, Etcetera
Topic: Marathon 2 for Windows 95
Replies: 14
Views: 5786

Re: Marathon 2 for Windows 95

Plus there are some map differences in the Windows 95 version on some levels, notably Waterloo Waterpark (see http://traxus.bungie.org/index.php/Waterloo_Waterpark). Furthermore, I am a VM hobbyist. Finally, yes I have run A1 on the Mac itself.
by Avenues
Nov 25th '17, 06:28
Forum: Editors, Emulation, Etcetera
Topic: Marathon 2 for Windows 95
Replies: 14
Views: 5786

Re: Marathon 2 for Windows 95

I managed to open the iso by briefly installing my copy of PowerISO on another virtual machine, extracting the contents of the iso there, copying them to the Mac, and then reverting that virtual machine to its backup, before remaking the iso using https://matt.berther.io/2008/12/14/creating-iso-imag...
by Avenues
Nov 13th '17, 20:58
Forum: Editors, Emulation, Etcetera
Topic: Marathon 2 for Windows 95
Replies: 14
Views: 5786

Re: Marathon 2 for Windows 95

Are you at all able to post your disc here as an .iso please? Thanks.
by Avenues
Nov 13th '17, 18:56
Forum: Editors, Emulation, Etcetera
Topic: Marathon 2 for Windows 95
Replies: 14
Views: 5786

Re: Marathon 2 for Windows 95

I have tried downloading it again several times, including just now, but to no avail.
by Avenues
Nov 13th '17, 18:40
Forum: Editors, Emulation, Etcetera
Topic: Marathon 2 for Windows 95
Replies: 14
Views: 5786

Marathon 2 for Windows 95

I am able to play the Aleph One remakes but I would also like to run the original Windows 95 version of Marathon 2 in a Windows 98 Virtual Machine, but the .iso image available from http://trilogyrelease.bungie.org appears to be corrupted and neither be be read by Windows in VMWare nor mounted on th...