Tag Archives: myst
Thu, Nov 14, 2013 | 02:03 GMT
Obduction, is an adventure game on Kickstarter from Cyan, Inc., the creators of Myst and Riven which is in need of $1.1 million to develop the title.
Mon, Oct 07, 2013 | 05:58 BST
Speaking about the history of the beloved adventure series at Indiecade, Rand Miller (who co-created Myst alongside his brother Robyn) mentioned that Cyan Worlds are putting together a “larger project” to take advantage of the “awesome opportunity” that is Kickstarter. Alongside this announcement, an ARG has been running for some days on Cyan’s forums, hopefully leading to more info soon.
Thu, Nov 15, 2012 | 15:37 GMT
Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion lands on the US Nintendo eShop November 18, but today, other goodies such as Hotel Transylvania and Myst have landed on the service. Get the full North American update below.
Thu, Mar 29, 2012 | 22:33 BST
Maximum Family Games appears to have polished off the DS release of Myst for a second airing on its hardware successor.
Tue, Oct 18, 2011 | 22:14 BST
Tuesday Shorts II: Uncharted PS4, 360 bundles, Turbine issues, Capcom PSP packs, Minecraft craziness
Lots of little things below containing interesting things, bric-a-brac, and whatnot.
Sat, Jul 11, 2009 | 14:46 BST
Hoplite Research has confirmed that Myst will arrive on PSP in the US July 16 as part of a publishing agreement with Cyan Worlds.
It’s the same adventure as the original, full of mazes, a dramatic storyline, lavish environments and puzzles with the addition of the New Rime Age – which was planned for the original but never released.
GamersDailyNews has about 20-odd screens of the game, go have a look.
Fri, Aug 22, 2008 | 09:42 BST
A post on the Mystonline forums from a Cyan developer reveals that the classic first person perspective adventure game is on its way to Apple’s iPhone.
This is a small project that probably a very few of you know about. We are porting Myst to the iPhone. Ok, before some of you start groaning, this is an outside funded project that is keeping a few developers employed… but it is really more than that. It is an interesting and fun project. This is also a very small team with three of us (which includes Derek, Rand (not Randy) and myself).
That’s about it, really. Thanks Kotaku.
By Mike Bowden