Cyan, the company that created Myst and Riven, has a go at Kickstarting Obduction, an exploration game in a similar vein.
Cyan, the developer of fantastical puzzle-adventure game Myst and its sequel Riven, has joined the ranks of those eschewing the third-party publisher in favour of crowdfunding.
HTC has another Jelly Bean blower on the way, this one with Facebook pre-installed.
New details indicate HTC and AT&T are building second Facebook phone.
Not only is this real-life Myst linking book gorgeous, it also operates as a fully functional console for playing the Myst games.
Riven for iPhone, iPod, and iPad promises all the same mind-bending puzzles as the PC classic, but for a fraction of the price. (It's 6 bucks.)
Calling all nostalgia buffs: Myst is back, and it fits in your pocket. The PC classic looks, sounds, and plays just like the original, so get ready for some brain-bending island adventuring.
It becomes the first major game to be open-sourced. Will a developer community follow?
Myst comes to the iPhone
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