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Myst Trilogy, Includes: Myst, Riven and Myst III-Exile.

by Ubisoft
Windows 95 / 98
4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)

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  • Platform:   Windows 95 / 98
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 3
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B0000630ME
  • Release Date: 22 Mar 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 24,280 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Amazon.co.uk Review

Myst is an immersive experience that draws you in and won't let you go and this version contains all three outings to the Myst universe, Myst, Riven and Myst III Exile. You don't so much play Myst, as experience it. Of course you must solve a multitude of puzzles, mazes and problems, but Myst's principal attractions are its environment and the underlying intra-family drama that unfolds as you explore.

Unlike most adventure games, Myst offers no inventory, no death and no dialogue. Although puzzles don't seem to have much direct connection to the game, they share a commonality. They take on many forms but follow a consistent thread. Some puzzles are very challenging, even obtuse, creating an odd paradox: many buy but few complete it.

Riven is a success in much the same vain. You'll see the same click/move/slide-show interface, along with similar mechanical and navigational puzzles and the now-familiar "wander and wonder" gameplay. Riven's markedly improved graphics and sound further enhance the ambiance and make it even more immersive than its predecessor. The puzzles and problems are more cohesive, and there is more focus on story line.

You begin where Myst left off. Atrus has another task for you: rescue his wife from the evil clutches of Atrus's father Gehn, then permanently imprison Gehn in one of those "trap" books from Myst.

Your quest takes place in Riven, a fanciful world created by Gehn in the tradition of his ancestors--by simply imagining it and writing about it. Riven is a collection of small islands connected with catwalks, aerial trams and a mini-submarine.

Myst III: Exile concerns Atrus's earnest attempt at creating a new world. He hopes this world will mark the rebirth of the D'ni, but before he finishes his book, a thief breaks into his laboratory and mucks things up. Within each world you must right the wrongs the thief has created, all the while uncovering a deeper mystery surrounding his relationship to Atrus and his troublesome children.

New to the game is a full 3-D landscape, which replaces the static pre-rendered artwork of the previous games. The puzzles have been improved so that you can now see changes to the environment immediately after you solve one, rather than simply moving on to the next picture. Still, the puzzles are often wickedly difficult and may prove frustrating to new players.

Myst fans of old will be delighted with this new version, and those new to the series will be enchanted, provided they are willing to spend time on the puzzles, enjoy the scenery and let the game carry them away.--Andrew S Bub Amazon.com

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Superb Combo!!! 21 April 2002
This trilogy not only encompasses the beauty, mystery, intrigue and challenge of the three excellent games of Myst (first game), Riven (number 2) and Myst Exile (number 3), it captures a completely different angle on the gaming sector - thought, time and atmosphere - much of which you don't get in other games.
Each game has its own unique characteristic, but follows the same plot through the group. Help Atrus by solving puzzles and dilemmas as you explore your surroundings. I started when Myst was first published to the Mac format and have been looking for the rest at reasonable prices since (five years or more). This is well worth a look if you have a good head on your shoulders and like to think things through. The programmers have expended plenty of time and energy getting the feeling and aura just right to let you immerse yourself in the game for hours, days even, at a time. If you only buy one thing this milennium, buy this trilogy box set and lose yourself in the intrigue. I was challenged to the max. Manuals are slim but intentionally so - to encourage the player to explore, experiment and enjoy. Good luck and keep thinking.
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4.0 out of 5 stars good game 28 Feb 2014
By Alan B.
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It reminds me of the good old games that used to thrill me when we were more easily satisfied, the graphics are still pretty good but gameplay not so
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5.0 out of 5 stars Myst trilogy 15 Oct 2010
By Dragon
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Challenging game to get the brain working. Makes a change from all the modern games.
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