Want the latest Marathon file or simply looking for that piece of Marathon memorabilia?
Then check these file repositories.
Maintained by Claude Errera
Marathon Hyperarchive Northwest
The Marathon Archive... or more simply known as The Archive.
The biggest and best source for Marathon files on the web.
Maintained by Simon Brownlee
Bungie's ftp archive
Formally maintained by Claude Errera. The Hyperarchive Northwest
moved to www.marathon.org in late 1996. Was the main place to find maps and utilities
until Claude Errera set up The Marathon Archive
Maintained by Bungie Software
An archive of a few odds and ends, including: Chisel, Hex, Portmaster, Marathon Map Splitter, Pathways Into Cheating.
Some Marathon Infinity maps too.
InfoMac's Marathon Directory
Contains mainly alternative sounds for Marathon 1. Occasionally something
interesting gets uploaded here.
FTP site at University of Michigan
Limited range of Marathon stuff at this ftp site. You might find something of interest.
ZDNet's Macintosh Software Library. Do a search on Marathon. You might find a surprise.
Mac - Spel, Marathon
Small archive of Marathon files, includes demos, updaters, and some 3rd party scenarios.
Pfhrenzy CD contents list (128KB)
Back in 1996 Nik Burns put together a commercial CD full of Marathon and Marathon 2 related files.
It was called the Pfhrenzy CD. If you are looking for old Marathon files and can source
this now out-of-print CD then you might be lucky. The contents of Pfhrenzy CD is given above for those
who are interested in old Marathon memorabilia (128KB). You'll find all these files on
The Marathon Archive at
Trilogy Map CD contents list (364KB)
Released in May 1997 the Trilogy Map CD contained a large number of 3rd party Marathon maps,
utilities, add-ons etc. Much of the files contained on the Trilogy Map CD were in fact destined
for a Pfhrenzy 2 CD. However Bungie came to an agreement with Nik Burns and the Pfhrenzy 2 CD
was shelved in favor of distributing the files as part of the Marathon Trilogy Box Set. The contents
of the Trilogy Map CD is given above (364KB). You'll find all these files on
The Marathon Archive at
Marathon Physics Model Archive
Maintained by Bruce Morrison
Created first by Mike Silverman and then maintained for eons by Dan Rudolph the Marathon Physics Model
Archive is now back this time under the care of Bruce Morrison. Contains Physics Models for Marathon, Marathon 2
and Marathon Infinity.