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Myst - Panasonic 3DO

Publisher:Panasonic Interactive Media  ?              No-Intro:N/A
Developer:Cyan Worlds  ?              GoodName:N/A
Year:1995              TOSEC:Myst
Category:Puzzle              MAME:N/A
Game Manual:Download              Game Music:N/A

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Also on: Atari Jaguar CD, Commodore Amiga, Nintendo DS, Philips CD-i, Sega Saturn, Sony Playstation, Sony PSP

 


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In game image of Myst on the Panasonic 3DO.
In Game
Title screen of Myst on the Panasonic 3DO.
Title Screen
Box cover for Myst on the Panasonic 3DO.
Box


You have just stumbled upon a most intriguing book, a book titled Myst. You have no idea where it came from, who wrote it, or how old it is. Reading through its pages provides you with only a description of an island world. But it's just a book, isn't it? As you reach the end of the book, you lay your hand on a page. Suddenly your own world dissolves into blackness, replaced with the island world the pages described. Now you're here, wherever here is, with no option but to explore.

Myst is a first-person point-and-click adventure where the player controls a character known as The Stranger. Magically transported into the world described in the book, he needs to explore Myst Island and solve its mysteries. The game is presented as a series of static scenes where the player acts with the environment by clicking and manipulating objects. There are no enemies and it is not possible to die. Through Myst Island, the game is further divided into mini-worlds set in different ages accessed through different books.

The game's interface is reduced to a single cursor for navigation and interaction. Rather than collecting items and using them to solve puzzles, the player must gather subtly placed clues and manipulate complex mechanical devices in order to advance in the game. The world of Myst is mostly uninhabited, and the game has very few live-action scenes with characters and dialogue.

Both the PSP version and the DS version include the Rime Age, which was first added in the Real Myst version. The PSP version includes widescreen support. The DS version includes a code rewrite, new and re-mastered sound effects and video clips.


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