Installing Phoenix

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zzzapper
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I'm returning to Marathon after a 20-year or so break! I'd like to know how to install "Phoenix." I know how to download the original Marathons, I've got all three of 'me running just fine using Aleph One on a iMac running the latest OS Mavericks. I just can't figure where everything goes to set up a folder for "Phoenix." Help, please!! Thanks. Patrick
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You should just need to download Phoenix from Simplici7y and then copy your desired Aleph One install into the same directory. The latest stable release is here, or you can get the latest beta from here, but note that several aspects will probably not function correctly.
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