Inviting you to explore a vast deserted island, Myst slowly reveals a haunting storyline involving a series of books that unlock alternate planes of reality. With only your wits as your guide, you must decode the hidden clues placed throughout the game's gorgeous 3D environments.
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Data de lançamento: 24 Set, 1993

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Inclui 8 itens: Cosmic Osmo and the Worlds Beyond the Mackerel, Myst V, Myst: Masterpiece Edition, realMYST, Riven: The Sequel to MYST, Spelunx and the Caves of Mr. Seudo, The Manhole: Masterpiece Edition, URU: Complete Chronicles

 

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Inviting you to explore a vast deserted island, Myst slowly reveals a haunting storyline involving a series of books that unlock alternate planes of reality. With only your wits as your guide, you must decode the hidden clues placed throughout the game's gorgeous 3D environments. Through text, video clips and tricky puzzles, you’ll discover a world so real, you will be certain that it truly exists.

Key features:

Revisit the world of Myst like you've never seen it before. For the first time, the surreal world of Myst can be experienced in full 3-D. Swaying trees and independently roaming animals add life to the formerly static Myst worlds. The realMYST game includes the complete original Myst game, along with an all-new fifth age, called the Rime Age, which provides a complete ending to the original mystery.

Requisitos do Sistema

    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 (unofficially supported)
    • Processor: 500mhz Pentium 3 or greater
    • Memory: 256MB
    • Hard Disk Space: 650+MB available HD
    • Video: DirectX 9.0c compatible or better
    • Sound: DirectX 9.0 compatible
    • DirectX®: DirectX 9.0c or greater
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29 de 42 pessoas (69%) acharam esta análise útil
18 pessoas acharam esta análise engraçada
1.1 hrs em registo
Publicada: 2 de Dezembro de 2015
Great how this game has moved from a slide show to ...

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Great how they kept the best part of the old graphics ...

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Great to see this classic game returned to fighting form ...

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Great for about a minute at a time ... at best
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9 de 9 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
0.8 hrs em registo
Publicada: 9 Fevereiro
For anyone using windows 7 who is having problems:
Goto \steam\steamapps\common\realmyst. Rightclick on the realmyst.exe file and select the compatibility tab. Set compatibilty to windows xp sp3, and check the box that says run as administrator. Save the changes. When the game first starts it offers setup or play. It defaults to 800 x 600 16bit color. I changed mine to 1280 x 720 32bit color, but suit yourself. It runs on my machine on 64bit Windows 7 with no problems.

Everyone needs to play this game at least once in their lives. It is beyond being a classic. It is a necessisty.
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4 de 4 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
14.1 hrs em registo
Publicada: 1 Janeiro
I got this working on Windows 7 Pro SP1 64-bit. After installing the game, just make sure you find the RealMYST.exe program file, right-mouse click it, and troubleshoot compatibility first before launching the game for the first time. Running as if in Windows XP SP2 works for me. Due to rundll32.exe related issues, you may need to find the RealMYST.exe running process in the Windows Task Manager and end it before attempting to launch the game again. I can also choose any of the video graphics options on the RealMYSTSetup.exe; they all work as they should (I have two Titan Black cards in SLI). I didn't need to do any crazy hex mods (as purported elsewhere on the internet) and the game doesn't crash for me.

As for the game itself, this is probably my all-time favorite version of Myst. I had only briefly played the original at a friend's house a few times, but played and beat this version in the early '00s. I also like it better than the realMyst Masterpiece Edition as I think it does a better job of fully realizing and visually achieving the setting and mood of the game. Though the graphics are more dated looking in general, I think it still looks aesthetically pleasing and appropriate overall. Some of the textures, especially wood, can still hold their own more than a decade later.

In the original Myst they had a very limited color pallet and resolution to work with by today's standards, so objects and visual features needed to stand out more to be seen and identified in a scene. This was largely corrected in realMyst with textures that made more sense, making it more of a true update. realMyst Masterpiece Edition seems like more of a nostalgia motivated rerelease of the original, but doesn't really hold its own nor make sense by today's standards. Things like the flashlight/excessively dark areas, marker arrow indicators, "tower rotation" being displayed on the Myst island map in the library, and so on just seem out of place and don't really add anything to the game.

Even though I already own realMyst on disc, it was worth getting another copy of it on Steam for the current price.

Enjoy.
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4 de 5 pessoas (80%) acharam esta análise útil
13.3 hrs em registo
Publicada: 19 Janeiro
You awake on the dock of a mysterious island. The air is clear and there's not a soul in sight. You find a few buildings and an assortment of levers, wheels, and buttons. You see a looming tower, overlooking a small, wood-paneled room. There is a shelf of books inside the room, but most of them have been charred and are unreadable. A few remain, still intact. You open one and begin reading. You soon realize there's much to uncover about this world on the isle of MYST.

(Before we go any further, you should know that this 15 year-old game doesn't like to cooperate on modern hardware, so you'll need to mess with some compatibility settings or other workarounds to get it running decently) I'd heard about MYST for years. People always complained about its difficulty or praised it as one of the classics. After toying around with some settings, I got the game running fairly smoothly and I felt...confused. MYST is infamous for its lack of instruction, so I didn't find myself off to the best start. Unfortunately, this was a somewhat common theme for me, as I had to look up a couple hints and solutions along the way. Aside from a couple short video clips and some writings, you're pretty much on your own. Despite my early troubles, I think MYST's puzzles are generally very fair. Yes, they can be difficult, but most are straightforward and very logical. Most of the challenge comes from figuring out how to put together what's directly in front of you. MYST doesn't give you a lot of tools to work with. All you can do is walk around, open doors, manipulate objects in the environment, climb ladders, and pick up a small handful of items. This isn't really a problem, however, since the puzzles are focused and the small number of elements are very efficiently used. Overall, the gameplay is simple and challenging, and the mechanics are sound.

Now MYST is already a great puzzle game, but the game's sound and visuals are what really makes it special. realMYST takes the original's pre-rendered static scenes and replaces them with a fully rendered and animated 3D world. Though this is a contentious decision, I think this change really suits the nature of the game and, from what I understand, it still preserves the original look and feel of the world. A movement speed setting would have been a nice addition, though. realMYST isn't exactly a pretty game by modern standards, but the graphics do convey a very desolate and eerie atmosphere. The textures, while dated, still make the world look fairly realistic. There are even day and night cycles in most of the environments, though their inclusion isn't exactly necessary. The sound design is top-notch, with howling wind, flowing and rippling water, chattering birds, creaky walkways, and more. The sound cues are even necessary for some puzzle solving, but they're used sparingly and expertly. An ambient soundtrack occasionally plays when suitable and it too greatly enhances the atmosphere of the game. Overall, the aesthetics combine to create moods of tranquility, fear, and melancholy, as well as a constant state of lonliness that really immerses you in the environment.

This was my first real experience with MYST and it will not be the last. While the game is relatively short and it's ending abrupt, I'm more excited than ever to experience the other titles in the franchise and hone my puzzle solving skills. If you're a fan of games with puzzles or a great atmosphere, you should definitely play MYST in some form. I can now clearly see how much MYST has impacted both classic and modern gaming. If you consider yourself a general fan of games or a games enthusiast, I highly recommend you play this treasured (rightly so) adventure of the past.
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4 de 5 pessoas (80%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
9.3 hrs em registo
Publicada: 22 Janeiro
It's good old Myst but in 3D!! And with additional content such as an entire new, gorgeous Age to explore!

Myst in itself has always been a game I held dear but this has some different things. First off: it's easier to get through the first puzzle, i.e. getting it to run.
Then you have the fact that this is no longer a point and click slideshow. There's a good and a bad side to that. While you do lose one of the defining features of the original, it makes it so much easier not to get lost and faster to get to places. Channelwood is now suddenly easy to go through.
The graphics aren't that great. I prefer the gritty look of Myst ME but this isn't ugly too. There's always realMyst ME I guess. Although the new lighting makes it so that a certain area that you wouldn't think of going into with the lights off in the original is now suddenly somewhat acessible as there's just enough light in there to make out where you are.
The addition of the day and night cycle, while neat and athmospheric, makes it tough to progress on some Ages as you can't see ♥♥♥♥ and thus have a harder time getting the puzzles done.

If it weren't for the added content I wouldn't recommend this but maybe check realMyst ME before buying this and see where you'd rather spend your money.
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