Myst Comes To The Apple IPhone

Posted: Mar 30 2009, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:38pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Myst comes to the Apple iPhone
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The cult PC game Myst looks to be heading to the iphone. Cyan World's original release back in 1991 was hailed as ground breaking for its graphics and its use of the CD-ROM technology and held the title of best selling PC game of all time until 2002 when ‘The Sims’ was released. Now after versions of the game have been seen on various gaming platforms, including the Nintendo DS it’s currently being developed for the iphone and ipod touch. You play a stranger stranded on a mysterious island and you have to find your way back to civilization by solving various puzzles along the way.

Cyan Worlds have teamed up with old friends, Japanese company Sun to develop this version of the game in house, making sure it uses the best possible assets to provide the best portable version of the game so far.
Via Cyan Worlds site. Some screenshots of Myst for the iPhones have been posted on Toucharcade.

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