NOTE: This video was recorded on a version of the game that is bugged, and does not play the music correctly. I was not aware of this when recording the video because this is the version I've always played on, and I just assumed this was how the game was meant to play. I will record a version with the music fixed when I have the chance. Myst III: Exile Platform: PC (10th Anniversary DVD Edition) Recorded on Windows 7. Adventure game playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLL6IvCPYLqOXm-E-peJ-sVjmt8EOXQ83x Introduction: 0:14 Tomahna: 2:03 J'nanin: 6:15 (initial visit) J'nanin: 22:30 (set-up for Voltaic) Voltaic: 32:48 J'nanin: 1:02:50 (set-up for Amateria) Amateria: 1:09:04 J'nanin: 1:35:48 (set-up for Edanna) Edanna: 1:41:00 Narayan: 2:09:32 Ending: 2:27:50 Bad endings: 2:34:14 Myst III: Exile is the third game in the Myst series, and the first game in the series not developed by the series' creator Cyan Worlds. Instead, it was developed by Presto Studios, whose adventure game pedigree comes from their experience developing The Journeyman Project and its sequels. Unlike Riven, which told much about the backstory of the characters and introduced players to many aspects of D'ni culture, Exile essentially tells a side story, and takes place shortly after the third Myst novel, The Book of D'ni. While Exile is a very well-made game overall, it isn't nearly as groundbreaking as its predecessors in either its story or its gameplay mechanics. The story is completely inconsequential, ending exactly as it begins with no progress being made to the greater arc of the D'ni. The main improvement, aside from having slightly improved graphics compared to Riven, is the implementation of a panoramic viewing engine. While this does produce a very immersive effect, it comes at a small cost to the gameplay. With still images, it's much easier to frame scenes in a way that allows the designers to direct attention to important parts of the scene. With a panoramic view, it's much easier to accidentally miss key items or switches since the player needs to check all 360 degrees of their view. One interesting aspect of the game is that Saavedro is played by actor Brad Dourif, who is known for his work in movies such as Child's Play, Mississippi Burning, and the latter two films in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. According to an interview with GameSpy, he agreed to play the role in part due to being a Myst fan.
Subtitles are available. Press the CC button on the Youtube player to view them. Riven: The Sequel to Myst Platform: PC (GOG.com) Recorded on Windows 7. Conten
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Try had a chance to visit Cyan to get an early look at their Kickstarter-funded Obduction, as well as share memories of Myst, Riven, and the rest of the series,
Credit goes to the composer of the incredible Skyrim soundtrack, Jeremy Soule. I have been slowly working on this over the past few weeks as I realised not lon
The making of Myst III: Exile.
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Main Objective: Reclaim Releeshahn from Saavedro ------------------ Here are your choices: 1. Confront Saavedro 2. Trust him, switch the shields 3. Link to Tam
http://www.longplays.org Played by: Aero Riven is a puzzle adventure game and the sequel to Myst. Developed by Cyan Worlds, it was initially published by Brø
Timestamps below. The Journeyman Project: Turbo! Platform: PC Recorded on VMware Workstation emulating Windows 2000. Content Information: Some violence and dea
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It's been 25 years since Myst first arrived. To celebrate, Cyan announces a limited-time, limited-run, uniquely packaged collection of all of the Myst games, wi
The video here is one of the nicest scenes taken from Myst III: Exile where you get to ride inside a transparent ball on rails to solve a puzzle. Myst III: E
Composed by Jack Wall 00:00 Atrus's Study 02:36 Amateria 04:45 Deadwood Ridge 06:42 Voltaic 09:56 Voltaic (Book Chamber) 10:32 Saavedro's Lair 11:47 Amateria (
Everybody knows Myst. It's the one with the island and the puzzles. But the story neither starts nor ends there. We trace nearly 30 years of developer Cyan's hi
Myst III Exile. Проходим, радуемся, тупим.
Shivers Platform: PC Content information: Horror-themed. Dead bodies and depictions of killing (hanging, decapitation), no blood. Recorded on VMWare Workstation
Not the world record. See: http://www.speedrun.com/Riven Additional Commentary: I didn't use Zip Mode because it barely helps and can accidentally lead you to
The best-selling PC game of the 1990s, Myst is also often attributed as the game that sold CD-ROM drives. Since its release in 1993, it has been remade and port