Flatpak Repo signed by gitlab-runner@leb gpg key, FBEF43DC8C6BE9A7
For most people the difference between these two won't matter. Both bundle the game engine, but the individual games use flatpak's 'extra-data' feature to get the game data from Aleph One's github releases at install time. I am not distributing the game data. The individual games will have 3 icons in your program launcher, and the launcher is a separate program that will download the game data and run the games. No real difference, really.
sudo flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists alephone https://elagost.com/flatpak/repo_alephone.flatpakrepo
sudo flatpak install alephone org.lhowon.alephone.marathon1 -y
sudo flatpak install alephone org.lhowon.alephone.marathon2 -y
sudo flatpak install alephone org.lhowon.alephone.marathon3 -y
sudo flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists alephonelauncher https://elagost.com/flatpak/repo_launcher.flatpakrepo
sudo flatpak install com.elagost.alephone-launcher -y
You'll need Flathub repo for the runtimes.
Links: Source code, contact me (bug reports etc)
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