About This Game
Alone on a mysterious island, you set out to explore its grandeur and mystery. Hear how a chilling tale of intrigue and treachery, defying all boundaries of space and time, is being told.
Summon your wits and imagination. Every scrap of paper and ambient sound may provide the vital clues which allow hidden secrets to unravel a part of the mystery and lead you one step closer to reversing a wrong that has gone unchecked for ages.
The gameplay of Myst consists of a first-person journey through an interactive world. The player moves the character by clicking on locations shown on the screen; the scene then crossfades into another frame, and the player can continue to explore.
Players can interact with specific objects on some screens by clicking or dragging them. To assist in rapidly crossing areas already explored, Myst has an optional “Zip” feature. When a lightning bolt cursor appears, players can click and skip several frames to another location.
While this provides a rapid method of travel, it can also cause players to miss important items and clues. Some items can be carried by the player and read, including journal pages which provide backstory.
Players can only carry a single page at a time, and pages return to their original locations when dropped.
To complete the game, the player must explore the seemingly deserted island of Myst. There the player discovers and follows clues to be transported via “linking books” to several “Ages”, each of which is a self-contained mini-world
- Experience the original Myst with better prerendered graphics
- Mysterious locations, mysterious music in mysterious worlds
- Challenging logic-based puzzles with subtle hints
|Genre||Adventure – FPP – Puzzle|
|Works on||Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10)|
|Languages||Audio and text: Deutsch, English, español, français, polski|
|Released||January 2, 1999|
|Company||Cyan Worlds / Cyan Inc|
Minimum system requirements – Windows:
XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
1.8 GHz Processor
512MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
3D graphics card compatible with DirectX 7 (compatible with DirectX 9 recommended)