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.
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.)
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Cyan, the company that created Myst and Riven, has a go at Kickstarting Obduction, an exploration game in a similar vein.
Not only is this real-life Myst linking book gorgeous, it also operates as a fully functional console for playing the Myst games.
In a new video that has Lavigne kissing Winnie from "The Wonder Years," Sony insists on getting the singer to call her Xperia phone her "Sony phone." Marvelous.
The Firefox overhaul applies the lessons of mobile design to Mozilla's desktop browser to unify its look across devices, a change more than two years in the making.
Google's chairman decides that today is the time to finally post some wisdoms on his own company's social networking hotbed. It seems odd that it coincides with one of his own engineers accidentally posting highly critical comments on the site.
BioShock Infinite is another masterful achievement in interactive storytelling and provides gamers with an overall experience unlike anything else.