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Question for Myst Fans

posted by natlinxz on - last edited - Viewed by 118 users

Without any useless intros, here is my question:

Where is the RealMyst demo for Mac?:confused:

I want to try this game, but I can't seem to find a demo anywhere. And I don't want to try crossover games...

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  • Try searching for "realmyst mac demo" in Google. Found plenty of links in less than a second.

  • RealMyst is pretty neat, the stone ship age especially. Many cool details.

    The Rime age is nothing big, though. Just a tiny little area.

  • Apparently my google-fu isn't very strong, because I'm stumped. Sorry, you may have to just buy the full game from Amazon for about $50, which is pretty ridiculous.

    Edit: ShaggE, those links are all broken. The demo doesn't seem to exist online anymore.

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    Shauntron Telltale Staff

    RealMyst was neat, but even as a remake it's showing it's age. Bring on... Realer Myst. I'd love to play a new realtime Myst game with today's shaders.

  • @Shauntron said: RealMyst was neat, but even as a remake it's showing it's age. Bring on... Realer Myst. I'd love to play a new realtime Myst game with today's shaders.

    Really? Pfff. I think it has aged great. If technology has advanced so much, though, bring on the realRiven :D

    Edit: also telltale work with cyan on some kind of miniseries plz it'd be great

  • @LuigiHann said: Really? Pfff. I think it has aged great. If technology has advanced so much, though, bring on the realRiven :D

    Edit: also telltale work with cyan on some kind of miniseries plz it'd be great

    Second. The people who make myst are almost Broke now, and iMyst is their last chance. (if Myst DS is any hint, iMyst is gonna blow) Wouldn't it be cool if Sam and Max went to myst island? It sure would make it less boring. Having said that, maybe they should visit Daventry!

  • @natlinxz said: (if Myst DS is any hint, iMyst is gonna blow)


    Cyan is making iMyst themselves, so I have high hopes for it. Myst DS was ported by a third-party team (at Midway) that clearly didn't care enough to actually do any playtesting.

    I wonder how well the Telltale Tool could do a first-person adventure. Although I wouldn't really object to a more Telltale-style 3rd-person point&click series that just happened to take place in the Myst universe, you know, co-written by the guys at Cyan or something :)

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