March 17, 2003
Eight Years of Pfhorte
Remembering the early Marathon map editors gets this reporter to wheezing and coughing, as well as an irresistible urge to watch a Macintosh spontaneously reboot. Bungie Sightings hopes that other old Marathon fans feel the same, as it was eight years ago on this day, March 17, 1995, Steve Israelson made the first-ever Marathon map editor, Pfhorte, available for download via AMUG. Thus, the cult of serious Bungie game modding was born!
Macintosh oriented Bungie fans may be interested to note that Steve has had a major role in other interesting Mac projects, including the Mac port of Command and Conquer and LiveStage by Totally Hip.
Thanks for all your dedicated work, Steve.
Posted by poenadare at March 17, 2003 12:07 AM
Amen. Thanks abunch, Steve Israelson.
u rox steve!
actually, i've been searching like hell for the sources for pfhorte 2 but it's nowhere to be found :( i have them but it would seem my archive is corrupted :'(
does anybody have a backup perhaps plz ?
same goes for the MME (marathon map editor) which i'd love to try (nostalgia) and play around with.
*should* anybody read this and know something i don't plz feel free to contact me at email@example.com
thanks again steve for one of the greatest editors ever (imho)
I have it for anyone that wants it
Steve, don't think we didn't notice you. :) Thanks for all you've done all those years ago. Have a good life!
I want it too, I have OSX, and im kinda confused about what editor i need. Email is firstname.lastname@example.org, contact me there :)