Real MYST Patch v1.1 Update
|Genre:||Graphic adventure, Puzzle|
|Release Date:||September 24, 1993|
Real MYST Patch v1.1 Update Summary:
Real MYST Patch v1.1 Update: Myst is a graphic adventure puzzle video game designed and directed by the brothers Robyn and Rand Miller. It was developed by Cyan, Inc. and published by Brøderbund. The Millers began working on Myst in 1991 and released it for the Macintosh on September 24, 1993; it was developer Cyan’s largest project to date. Remakes and ports of the game have been released for platforms including Sega Saturn, PlayStation, 3DO, Microsoft Windows, Atari Jaguar CD, CD-i, AmigaOS, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, iOS, and OS X.
Myst puts the player in the role of the Stranger, who uses a special book to travel to the island of Myst. There, the player uses other special books written by an artisan and explorer named Atrus to travel to several worlds known as “Ages”. Clues found in each of these Ages help to reveal the back-story of the game’s characters. The game has several endings, depending on the course of action the player takes.
Upon release, Myst was a surprise hit, with critics lauding the ability of the game to immerse players in the fictional world. The game was the best-selling PC game until The Sims exceeded its sales in 2002. Myst helped drive adoption of the then-nascent CD-ROM format. Myst ’s success spawned four direct video game sequels as well as several spin-off games and novels.
Real MYST Patch v1.1 Update:
- Sound plays on both sides without separation in some scenarios, such as, the ship rising out of the water in the Pillar Walkway.
- In the Stoneship Age: In Sirrus and Achenar room 3, you are able to run under the door, then, there is no way to escape from the room. Closing the door should lock your movement until the door closes.
- In the Selentic Age: If you run underneath the door with the green button, the door will close on top of you and the room turns black.
- The ESC key pauses to the main menu, but pressing the ESC again does not re-enter the game, but, rather, returns to the main menu again.
- In the Planetarium, when the background is the clock tower side: clicking the switches to the UP direction causes the background to flash and display an unexpected corrupt graphic. This is particularly likely to occur when a Voodoo 5500 video card is installed.