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    $14.98
    1. Myst 10th Anniversary DVD Edition
    2. Myst IV: Revelation (DVD-ROM)
    $19.98
    3. Myst V: End of Ages
    4. Myst Uru: Complete Chronicles
    $26.98
    5. Myst V: End of Ages Limited Edition
    6. Myst
    7. Myst 3: Exile
    $19.99
    8. Myst Uru: The Path of the Shell
    9. Riven: The Sequel to Myst
    10. Myst: Masterpiece Edition
    11. Myst III: Exile the Soundtrack
    12. Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
    13. Myst (Mac)
    14. Myst Trilogy
    15. realMYST
    16. Riven: The Sequel to Myst DVD-ROM
    17. Myst 3: Exile - Collector's Edition
    18. Ages of Myst
    19. Family Mega Hits
    20. Riven: The Sequel To Myst

    1. Myst 10th Anniversary DVD Edition
    by Ubi Soft
    CD-ROM (11 November, 2003)
    list price: $19.99 -- our price: $14.98
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    Asin: B0000AFWWH
    Sales Rank: 212
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • CD-ROM
    • Collection includes Myst Masterpiece, Riven, and Myst III: Exile
    • Explore new ages, dramatic storylines, and incredible sights and sounds
    • Engineered to be fully compatible with Windows XP
    • Exclusive interview with Rand Miller
    • Footage from the making of

      Reviews (62)

      5-0 out of 5 stars A Deal Worth Getting
      Before I begin, I must point out that this review is somewhat bias as I have a great love for adventure games.For those of you who don't play adventure games, do continue as it might provoke an interest.For those of you who love adventure games, why are you sitting on your tush and reading this?Get it already.
      1-0 out of 5 stars Buyers Beware!!!
      Will not run on my computer; have a new top of the line Dell XPS chassis, and everything else works fine.Myst locks up computer every time I try to run it, have to Ctl-Alt-Del to force the machine to shut down in order to unlock it, always in the middle of a game.Very frustrating!!Threw the CD away.

      4-0 out of 5 stars Loads of fun
      I had a lot of fun playing the three games.It was a great bargin.3 games for the price of one. ... Read more


    2. Myst IV: Revelation (DVD-ROM)
    by Ubi Soft
    DVD-ROM (28 September, 2004)
    list price: $19.99
    Asin: B00023XXMW
    Sales Rank: 182
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • DVD-ROM
    • Puzzle-solving adventure game
    • Optional multi-layered help system is available when stuck with puzzles
    • Track your clues by taking pictures of evidence and writing notes in an in-game journal
    • Original music created by Peter Gabriel and Jack Wall
    • For 1 player

    Reviews (116)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Game True to the Orriginal
    DOn't believe all the bad reviews as this is a great game. This game has great story and it expands on the Prison books in the first game. Tothose who said it changed that it didn't as it was never expalined nor confirmed that they died and that is explained in the opening montage. The story is excellent and intriguing and the puzzels are hard but most of the puzzles are in the myst games. This is a great game and as to it not running, it won't run on DVD-RW drives only, and the only problem I had was to upgrade my graphics card and it wotks fine. It even works on my Dell XPS laptop. If all you have is a computer with minimum graphics and only a DVD-RW you can't run it. Otherwise it will run great.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Monkey puzzle -Are you kidding?!
    I loved the first MYST game. When I received MYST IV as a gift,I was brimming with anticipation. Initially,after nearly arriving to meet Atrus,something went horribly wrong with the graphics. After a while,I was able to do something (disabling something,I think)to get the graphics back. It was worth it because the worlds were beautifully done,especially Serenia. It was gorgeous and intriguing. As spectacular as the graphics were,a couple of the puzzles were annoying or arbitrary,but difficult.I normaly enjoy puzzle games;they're actually the only type I usually play. With MYST IV,I found that I had to consult the official game guide(also a gift)twice. I don't like having to resort to that,it can spoil a game. I did like the fact that there was some interaction with the characters and some of the interesting features of the game(SPOILER;the linking books;END SPOILER,the camera,etc...). Then,just as I was starting to enjoy the game I came across something that had no place whatsoever in a puzzle solving game-requirement of impossibly quick mouse movements! I'm talking about(SPOILER)that absolutely impossible Monkey puzzle. Once you figured out the sequence,it was NOT humanly possible to do it in the alloted time! (END SPOILER)I really don't know how anybody managed it. I admit that I may not be the quickest with the mouse,which is why I don't play games which require uber speed. But,the MYST games are puzzle games which should not require that. It was like finding a polar bear in the Bahamas. Suffice it to say,I could not get past the monkey puzzle. Was there a patch for that or something? If not,there should have been. I obviously can't comment on the remainder of the game,since I didn't get to finish it. It really annoys me. It's tantamount to being given half a book. Well,unless UBISOFT has done something to alleviate that problem(since Spring 2005);I wouldn't recommend this game unless you're VERY quick with a mouse. It's a shame,because I think that this would have been a good game. HAD IT NOT BEEN FOR THE MONKEY PUZZLE,I WOULD HAVE GIVEN THIS GAME 4 STARS IN BOTH CATEGORIES.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Gorgeous!!!
    I turned my 6 year old son to the first Myst game and so him and I finished Myst, Riven, Exile on the Playstation.I'm NOT a big PC gamer fan for one reason:They require you to upgrade your machine just to play the game.This is the reason why I feel platform games are much better.When you purchase a game you know it's going to play on the PS2, XBox, whatever.PC games are not so forgiving!!
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    3. Myst V: End of Ages
    by Ubi Soft
    DVD-ROM (20 September, 2005)
    list price: $29.99 -- our price: $19.98
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    Asin: B0009HAXFQ
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • CD-ROM
    • Easy Point-and-Click Interface Easily explore vast 3-D worlds with just a click of the mouse
    • A dynamic new slate interface lets you communicate with mysterious creatures and manipulate the world around you
    • Richer game environments
    • Innovative facial mapping technology, face over, brings characters alive with unprecedented emotions and expressiveness
    • Explore the Noloben, Taghira, and Laki'ahn Ages, among others, in search of the tablet that will bring the final answers

    Reviews (45)

    3-0 out of 5 stars What Happened?
    I've been a fan of Myst games since the original came out years, and years ago.I can honestly say that I was incredibly disappointed in the quality of the last installment of my beloved game.The graphics were quite poor, and the level of difficulty was pathetic.the word "Easy" doesn't quite paint an accurate picture.
    3-0 out of 5 stars Very Dissapointed
    Knowing this would be the last chapter to the Myst series, I was hoping it's creators would come through with the most beautiful and immersive worlds yet.
    3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
    Bought this game for my husband for Xmas last year and he was finished by bed time.No kidding and that is taking out time for dinner with family etc.. to say I am disappointed is really an understatement.The actual game was all right.The puzzles werent as difficlult as I thought they could have been. ... Read more


    4. Myst Uru: Complete Chronicles
    by Ubi Soft
    CD-ROM (07 July, 2004)
    list price: $19.99
    Asin: B00023XXMC
    Sales Rank: 793
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • CD-ROM
    • Complete collection includes Uru: Ages Beyond Myst as well as expansion packs To D'ni and The Path of the Shell
    • Puzzle-solving adventure game
    • Explore the worlds of Myst in full 3-D
    • Create a realistic representation of yourself using an extensive choice of new customizable clothing options
    • For 1 player

    Reviews (37)

    5-0 out of 5 stars LOVED THIS GAME!
    The scenerey is beautiful.You can change her cloths and appearence even.I keep hoping Myst will make another game like it. It is in the 3rd person and I think it's better than all the other Myst games put together!
    3-0 out of 5 stars A different approach to Myst..that works!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Better than Myst?
    I for some reason had skipped the URU series of games completely. I recently realized my folly and had a 3 month down time to rectify this. Too bad that URU live was never released. I took one star away as the the easter egg could have been better. (Warning minor spoiler ahead) Driving a zamboni is fun but I had to work to hard to get to it. ... Read more


    5. Myst V: End of Ages Limited Edition (Mac)
    by Ubi Soft
    DVD-ROM (20 September, 2005)
    list price: $29.99 -- our price: $26.98
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    Asin: B000AYHABI
    Sales Rank: 1341
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • DVD-ROM
    • Final chapter in the epic adventure game series
    • Easily explore vast 3-D worlds through a new point-and-click interface
    • New Slate system provides easier way to interact with the Myst environments
    • Worlds drawn with real-time 3-D ripple with life and movement
    • Contains: Myst V: End of Ages, Myst V: End of Ages Soundtrack, Exclusive 20 min. Making Of DVD, Collector's Concept Art Piece, and Prima Strategy Guide

    Reviews (15)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Ubisoft goes a little too soft
    You can see screenshots of Myst V and find what you recall to be D'ni.Recalling Myst and Riven, I remember being emmersed into the game through storyline and the detailed visuals that represented worlds and culture.The detail that went into creating these worlds were so believable that I believed I was actually there.When Ubisoft took over for creating the Myst games, cheese was poured over the storyline and a 3-D engine was put in.Suddenly I was taken out of the believability in the worlds that were created.With a 3-D engine, quality in resolution and detail was reduced to less than 30% of the original.The choice of using a 3-D engine was like taking something that was innovative and turning it into every other game on the market.It is now a first/third person shooter without the gun and people to kill. A younger audience may find this game entertaining for a few days.As a fan of Myst and Riven, I'm not impressed with the degradation done to the series by Ubisoft.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Myst V Crashes - Ubisoft Refuses to Support Mac Customers
    I would like to review this game from the experience of playing it.Unfortunately, there is a KNOWN problem (known to Ubisoft) that causes the game to freeze Mac OS X.I have a fully loaded Mac (2.5 GHz dual processor, Radeon 9600 Pro, 2 GB RAM, etc.) and the game crashes at even the lowest video quality settings. (The first Myst's game graphics were better than what Myst V provides at this setting).Ubisoft refuses to correct the problem... Do some research... search for "Myst V Crash OS X" and read all the forums discussing just how much Ubisoft really cares about their Mac customers.DO NOT BUY THIS GAME!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Myst V: End of Ages Limited Edition (Mac)
    I enjoy these types of games. Certain preferances are not compatible with my imac G5. There is a conflict with the video card which causes they system to crash. I had to turn off antialiasing and something else. It worked fine after that. ... Read more


    6. Myst
    by Ubi Soft
    CD-ROM
    list price: $19.99
    Asin: B00000JL60
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    • CD-ROM

    Reviews (89)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Still Sharp After 10 Years!
    I played this game before I understood what a computer actually was... Needless to say I have few memories of ever playing it before the age of... well 15... However, just this summer I stumbled upon it; the saga of Myst. Due to an undescribable want to play (and finish) Myst, I ran it to my PC and installed my original copy. Then the story began...
    5-0 out of 5 stars An immersive classic.
    Released back in 1995, Myst is a classic game that revolutionized the gaming industry. Rand and Robyn Miller created a new type of game which diverted from the typical mass market and took off into a fascinating and innovative direction. It's hailed as a landmark in the industry and praised for both its aesthetics and story.
    5-0 out of 5 stars Best game ever made!
    Thinking on buying this game? Do it! Do it now! This game is the best thing I've ever played, and will be for a very long time! If you're into anything visual, then this game has you written all over it. The graphics are great! If you have an older computer with an operating system such as 95-98 it should run really well. And if you really want to get into it then I'd recommend buying 'The Book of Atrus' wich is a novel to go with the game. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Fantasy   


    7. Myst 3: Exile
    by Ubi Soft
    CD-ROM (08 May, 2001)
    list price: $49.95
    Asin: B000056O4Q
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • CD-ROM
    • Free-look movement system allows players to pan a full 360 at any location, fully immersing them in the world.
    • 5 entirely new ages to explore.
    • Dramatic storyline extends the Myst mythology by focusing on a pivotal new character.
    • Puzzle solving, revealing mystery & intrigue.
    • Original soundtrack.

    Reviews (347)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wo......
    I've been playing this game since I was...lets see here...seven I think.I'm now fourteen, and have started this game over numerous times, and only beat a year ago.It is one of my favorite games of all time, with some of the most beautiful music ever produced, and amazing visules.I haven't played the first two, or the last two, but I just ordered "Myst" and "Riven", and I can't waite.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best of the Myst series!
    I have played all of the Myst games 1-5 and believe that Exile is by far the best of them.I loved the variation in the ages, the story line, and the puzzles.I felt Riven was too difficult and became frustrating because there were puzzles that required going between ages.Exile was up to Myst standards as far difficulty, but wasn't so difficult that it was frustrating or I felt the need to constantly resort to hints to figure parts of it out.
    4-0 out of 5 stars Challenging and entertaining.
    The third installment in the Myst series brings us yet another adventure into the beautiful and enchanting worlds of Atrus's creation. The story begins in Tomahna, a tranquil world where Atrus and his family now reside. Upon Catherine's suggestion, you wait inside the study for Atrus's return. Once your old friend arrives, he discusses his plans for the D'ni and the newly created Age of Releeshahn. However, his dialogue is cut short when a strange-looking intruder warps into the room, steals the Releeshahn Book, and immediately links away using his own linking book. Determined to recover the stolen book, you follow the wild man and link to J'nanin, the Lesson Age.
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    Subjects:  1. three (III) myst3   


    8. Myst Uru: The Path of the Shell Expansion Pack
    by Ubi Soft
    CD-ROM (07 July, 2004)
    list price: $19.99 -- our price: $19.99
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    Asin: B00023XXLI
    Sales Rank: 4754
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • CD-ROM
    • Included new Ages and areas to explore.
    • Boasts 18 new mind-bending puzzles to solve.
    • Offers explorers new clothing options, including reward clothing.
    • 8 new player journals with editing functions.
    • 5 all-new Relto customization options.

    Reviews (16)

    5-0 out of 5 stars I enjoyed it
    The Path of the Shell was in all, an enjoable experience for me. I experienced some technical problems with the install, but nothing difficult to fix or damaging to the computer. The graphics are fantastic, the sound incredible, the Ages intriguing. Many of the puzzles are a bit harder than I would like (The Ahnonay age is so hard, you can hardly even tell if you're in the puzzle or not).
    5-0 out of 5 stars At last - Genius!
    Hail The Gathered!I bow to your superior intellect and wisdow!In the future this expansion pack will be an object of worship!Hail! Hail!

    2-0 out of 5 stars It's not a game, it's clickable art
    To D'Ni and Path of the Shell are gorgeous, no doubt about that. Indeed, you may find yourself just walking around and gawking at the scenery. The designers have also done their usual fine job with sound.
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    9. Riven: The Sequel to Myst
    by Ubi Soft
    CD-ROM
    list price: $29.99
    Asin: B00000JL6V
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Prepare to enter a world "torn asunder" by timeless, unresolved conflicts--a world of incomparable beauty, intrigue, and betrayal. Prepare to go to Riven. Journey through vast, awe-inspiring landscapes, where clouds sit nestled in a deep blue sky and the rolling sea waters shimmer from bright morning sunlight. But be forewarned: nothing is quite as it seems. Reclusive beings and mysterious creatures populate the land. Deep, dark secrets lay hidden at every turn.Your utmost powers of observation and reason are required to complete a most elusive task. You must let Riven become your world. Only then may the truth be discovered and a world be saved. Riven stands as a story for all time, a story that evokes a sense of awe, wonder, and profound purpose. Prepare to go to Riven --a world unlike any you've ever known. ... Read more

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      Reviews (182)

      1-0 out of 5 stars Warning to all: runs only on out-of-date systems.
      I can't comment on Riven itself but I can comment on the misleading marketing.I have a Mac operating Mac OS 10 on a PowerPC chip. The system requirements list only "PowerPC" as required.But in fact Riven only operates under the "Classic" environment which means Mac's running 10.2.6 or LESS.Buyer beware.
      5-0 out of 5 stars Second great installment in the Myst saga
      I tell you this, the creators of Riven sure did their homework in the four year gap between the original Myst and Riven. The graphic improved drastically, meaning whatever computer you were running the original Myst in '93/'94 (Myst first appeared on the Mac in '93, then the PC the following year) would probably not be adequate to run Riven. Certainly Myst had made even greater improvements in the graphics department since Riven, like the 360 degree panning feature for Myst III: Exile, and even more photo-realistic graphics and animation for Myst IV: Revelation, but even for 1997 standards the graphics to Riven still hold up, although it's rather obvious the graphics looks a little more pixelated during some of the animated scenes (like when you take a ride on the cable car, probably to keep the animation fast without slowing it down for the computers of the time). But for the most part, the graphics seem so realistic you almost feel like you're there. Of course the big pain is this game consisted of 5 CD-ROM discs, which you have to swap every now and then, it's too bad they didn't have an install feature where you could install all five discs on to hard drive and only need to use one disc to play the game (like the much maligned Schizm: Mysterious Journey, a game from Poland that's very much like Myst, which had five discs in the CD-ROM version, and you had the option for full install so you didn't have to keep swapping discs).
      4-0 out of 5 stars The biggest Myst game
      This game actually stands up to the test of time, as opposed to Myst part one's antiquated technology, and ancient graphics...Unfortunately, I never got to play these games when they came first came out, and being spoiled with all the improvements in the visual department over the years, had to start with Riven instead of Myst. The game is probally the largest and most meticulous effort of all 5 games, simply for being a little larger and a little more designed then many of the future under-developed, but beautiful lands Myst would take us to..Obviously this game is for a certain type of "quiet" gamer, who prefers exploration and figuring out how to work a puzzle out over visceral, button mashing action..If those attributes do intriuge you as a gamer however, there is no better place and example to start with then the legendary Myst series.. ... Read more

      Subjects:  1. Fantasy    2. Two (2 II)   


      10. Myst: Masterpiece Edition
      by Ubi Soft
      CD-ROM
      list price: $29.99
      Asin: B00002Z72E
      Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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      Features

      • CD-ROM
      • Alone on a mysterious island, you set out to explore its grandeur and mystery
      • Here a chilling tale of intrigue and injustice, defying all boundaries of space and time, is being told
      • Summon your wits and imagination about you
      • Every scrape of paper and ambient sound may provide that vital clues which allow hidden secrets to unravel before you
      • Each discovery you make and each puzzle you solve will lead you one step closer to reversing a wrong that has gone unchecked for ages

      Reviews (53)

      1-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Game, Sorely Outdated
      I played the original Myst on a Windows 3.1 oh so many years ago, and I loved it.I know this is for Windows 95/98, but Windows XP does have compatibility options.Unfortunately, they don't work.The sound is scratchy, the movies don't play right, the game crashes inconsistently.
      3-0 out of 5 stars Cool game but needs more to it
      I think the Myst Masterpiece Edition is a pretty cool game, but it needs better graphics. RealMyst is much better. I just find the Myst Masterpiece Edition not realistic enough.

      4-0 out of 5 stars "the name of the game is the same"
      a famous quote(too bad i forgot the author), but the meaning hits home. a fancy-dancy box combined with a fancy-dancy name gives us the "masterpiece" edition. digitally remastered this, digitally remastered that(yada yada yada). after i saved the princess, the game was considered over (oops wrong game) but i think you can see the comparitive logic. this game is only recommended for somone that never played myst before, i mean, how many times can you solve a puzzle if you already know the solution ?? double check your computers system limits and options before loading the disc....as the myst series evolved, so did the hint books. thats a shame, a game shouldnt rely on "hint books". a game shouldnt have to be spoon fed to me. ... Read more

      Subjects:  1. Fantasy   


      11. Myst III: Exile the Soundtrack
      by Ubi Soft
      Audio CD (01 January, 2001)

      Asin: B00005BHPL
      Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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      • Soundtrack

      Reviews (32)

      5-0 out of 5 stars A great companion to the game
      This CD is well worth the buy, especially as a companion to the game. The music is haunting and joyous, the perfect sound for the right place in the game. The music in the game can be easily heard, and, if you've played the game, you can really see where the music is placed in the game while listening to it.
      5-0 out of 5 stars Don't be fooled, it's classic stuff.
      Composer Jack Wall took over scoring duties from Robyn Miller for Myst III, and although he takes the music in an entirely new direction, the main Myst jingle is still in there. But it's now evolved into something a whole lot more involving and effective. 5-0 out of 5 stars A perfect accompaniment to a great game
      This is a beautiful and colorful soundtrack to go with the beautiful and colorful worlds of Exile. I love the addition of wind and strings to the usual synthesizer music, which was great by itself but better with real instruments. It always fits the mood of the environment perfectly, and is noticeable without being obtrusive. It's one of the things that I love most about the game itself, and I love having the soundtrack to listen do while I draw. It's quite inspiratinal. ... Read more

      Subjects:  1. Film    2. Film Music   


      12. Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
      by Ubi Soft
      CD-ROM (11 November, 2003)
      list price: $29.99
      Asin: B00008Z0IA
      Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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      • CD-ROM
      • ESRB Rating: Everyone
      • Genre: Adventure/Puzzle
      • Mission:?Single-players?move at their own pace, spending hours discovering visually stunning, real-time 3D worlds, solving a large variety of mind-challenging puzzles, and following an epic storyline.
      • Platform:?Windows 98SE/Me/2000/XP

      Reviews (237)

      4-0 out of 5 stars Totally immersive, but check your specs before buying
      If you like solitary adventure games, highly detailed and gorgeous graphics, and music that complements and enhance the environment, you'll love Uru. But this endorsement comes with this caveat: Be sure your computer meets or exceeds the minimum requirements listed on the Uru forum for technical help. Be extra sure you have a "supported" graphics card, and follow the suggestions given in the forums, e.g., turn off other programs. I have a Dell Dimension 4300 with 512 MB RAM, an old nVidia GeForce FX 5200, a 1.2 GHz Pentium 4, a Creative SoundBlaster card, and decent speakers; I'm running Windows 2000. Uru runs flawlessly. It is a wonderful universe to just wander in for hours.

      3-0 out of 5 stars Eh...well...
      I haven't gotten through the whole game yet, but so far, it's a bust.The most fun part is being able to change your clothes...and that's it.Everything is so complicated and if you don't jump right, walk right or look at something right, it will mess the whole game up.I would recommend not buying this game just because of the fact that it's not like the first three.It makes Ubisoft look horrible.

      5-0 out of 5 stars URU
      A must have!A hard game with great graphics!Also, if you get this, get Path of the Shell (expansion pack) if you want the FULL game!I used a walkthrough. ... Read more


      13. Myst (Mac)
      by Ubi Soft
      CD-ROM

      Asin: B00001W0H2
      Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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      Reviews (18)

      5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best games ever
      This game may have been first released in 1993, but it's quite good for such an early game. Unlike in realMYST, you don't see many straight lines, and the shadows make it seem like it's actually real compared to recent 3D games. For those who've played realMYST but not this, extra features include:
      1-0 out of 5 stars Needs alot of work
      I thought this game was the real pits. No instructions and graphs are bad. Don't waste your money on it.

      5-0 out of 5 stars A Classic
      Myst is such an adventure without any violence or bad language. Read more


      14. Myst Trilogy
      by Ubi Soft
      CD-ROM (27 March, 2002)
      list price: $19.99
      Asin: B0000639O2
      Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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      With more than 10 million copies sold throughout the world, the Myst series has become the benchmark for all adventures to come. Now, for the first time, the three volumes of this mythic saga are assembled in one astounding collection. Gather your cunning and summon your imagination--for every enigma you unravel binds you closer to the unforgettable realm of Myst. Read more

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        5-0 out of 5 stars myst by.j.r.t
        myst is oen of my favwit gams.But it is very werd...just how I liick it.

        5-0 out of 5 stars XP Compatibility
        I have all three Myst Trilogy games working perfectly under Windows XP Pro (SP2) OS on my PC.It has an Nvidia GeForce FX 5600 video card with 256 mb RAM, which is recommended by Ubisoft for this product.

        5-0 out of 5 stars Captivating Time Waster
        If you have the time to immerse yourself in a 40-60 hour puzzle, these are the games for you. Great graphics, wonderful puzzles. Not for the dim-witted.... ... Read more


        15. realMYST
        by Ubi Soft
        CD-ROM (16 November, 2000)

        Asin: B00004ZC7H
        Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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        5-0 out of 5 stars A Blast
        This is one of the best games I have ever played! It is so much better than the Myst Masterpiece Edition. I recomend people who don't have Myst yet to get this instead of the Myst Masterpiece Edition. They will probably like it better. Thank you Cyan for making such an amazing game!

        5-0 out of 5 stars See MYST the way it should be
        MYST was a pioneer game that was ahead of its time in many ways, and which has never really been duplicated in anything outside of its sequels.It imerses you in a rich, detailed, beautiful, and intellectually stimulating world that grabs hold and won't let you go.When my husband and I first played MYST, we did not do anything else from the time we were hooked until the time we solved the game.We ate in front of the computer, slept only a little, and in general ignored the rest of the world, because the puzzles were calling.(We were grad students at the time, and no one really missed us for a few days, luckily.)
        4-0 out of 5 stars BUYING TIP!!!
        This game was a lot of fun but a little short compared to the other Myst games. Riven is perhaps the best of the Myst series but I have yet to play Revelation. You can buy this game new and cheaper just about anywhere. And if you still have no luck, try Ebay. This game also works for Windows XP!!! Some people have had a little trouble with it but just make sure you download the patch which can be found at ubisoft.com. I played RealMyst on XP with no trouble. Good luck and ENJOY! ... Read more

        Subjects:  1. Real Myst    2. 3D 3-D   


        16. Riven: The Sequel to Myst DVD-ROM
        by Ubi Soft
        DVD-ROM
        list price: $29.99
        Asin: B00002S9SE
        Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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        Prepare to enter a world "torn asunder" by timeless, unresolved conflicts--a world of incomparable beauty, intrigue, and betrayal. Prepare to go to Riven. Journey through vast, awe-inspiring landscapes, where clouds sit nestled in a deep blue sky and the rolling sea waters shimmer from bright morning sunlight. But be forewarned: nothing is quite as it seems. Reclusive beings and mysterious creatures populate the land. Deep, dark secrets lay hidden at every turn. Your utmost powers of observation and reason are required to complete a most elusive task. You must let Riven become your world. Only then may the truth be discovered and a world saved. Read more

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          5-0 out of 5 stars A gem
          The original CD-ROM Riven I gave a 4/5, and also a 4/5 for the Playstation version mainly due to the disc swapping. But the DVD-ROM version is a relief. Now you can enjoy this great adventure without switching discs every few minutes which makes it feel more realistic in my opinion. This is a great game. I recommend it to any video-gamer who is up for a new, unique, challenge.

          4-0 out of 5 stars very fun, VERY DIFFICULT
          I enjoyed Riven very much. It wasn't a game that you got through in a single afternoon, and it keeps you challenged, but with adequate rewards for defeating puzzles. It is nice that you can wander and choose your puzzles at the beginning. Be warned, however, the game gets VERY DIFFICULT when you get to the fire marbles,and at this point, figuring out the location and the color of the marbles, the game requires Albert Einstein IQ, but you can handle it....right? The only dissapointment that I experienced was that of capturing Ghen. When I opened the book, I had expected something to the effect of: NO! How could you do this to me! Instead, you merely see dunny swirling around. No big deal, but slightly dissapointing. If you are looking for a clean, challenging game that will keep you busy for a long,long time, look no further. Riven is the game for you.

          5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best games I've ever played!
          Riven is a wonderful computer game- the sequel to the phenomenal Myst and the prequel to the extremely wonderful Myst: Exile. It takes a while to finish it, but it's worth it. I would recommend buying a walkthrough book or if you really wanted to figure it out on you own, get a writing pad and draw EVERYTHING that you see. It'll come in handy. Again, it's one of the best games I've ever played! ... Read more

          Subjects:  1. Fantasy    2. Two (II 2)   


          17. Myst 3: Exile - Collector's Edition
          by Ubi Soft
          CD-ROM (08 May, 2001)

          Asin: B00005AC4D
          Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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          Beautiful scenery, haunting sounds, clever puzzles, and a dramatic story secured Read more

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          4-0 out of 5 stars Careful with Windows XP
          I didn't carefully review the system requirements before ordering this game. I run Windows XP (home edition), and at first I thought I was not going to be able to get it to work at all. The game seemed to install OK, but it would not run after the installation. However, I was able to get it up and running by downloading the patch (available at ubisoft), and by adjusting the compatibilty after right-clicking on the executable file.
          4-0 out of 5 stars Board Games?!?!?!
          Well, what can I say. THis game has great acting, good graphics, emursive worlds, and overall good gameplay. The only thing I don't like about it is that the buzzles are to descrete. Its almost as if they were meant to look like they were meant to be puzzles. It can't be something like myst where the puzzles are there for a logical reason, and it can't be like Uru where the puzzles were blended in with the enviroment so the game was harmonic, and it can't be like riven where the puzzles are not puzzles, but problems you had to face that required some brain power. THese puzzles, even though they go with the suroundings, they still are too descrite. I mean, its almost like they were ment for you. THings here aren't what they used to be. The puzzles themselves are quite impresive, but the way that they blend in with the age is like sticking srawberries in orange juice. For one thing, yet another puzzle is actually a puzzle age in itself. Its all puzzle and really seems like it was meant for your presance, not like it had any real fuction outside your enjoyment. Even the plant age has that. Lense flowers that focus the sun's light on large bulbs that hold electic fish and power plant machines. Even thier idea of a balaced enviroment is even more descrete. THe lense flower couldn't've just grown there without there being a purpouse. I mean really, how deep do you want me to get.

          5-0 out of 5 stars Wow!
          Exile was wonderful, great puzzles and beautiful worlds.The graphics were great and the puzzles were hard but not too difficult. ... Read more


          18. Ages of Myst
          by Mindscape
          CD-ROM

          Asin: B00001W0DY
          Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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          Now, get two of the most popular CD-ROM games ever and the secrets behind their creation. Read more

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          4-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful...
          ...but very, very hard.5-0 out of 5 stars I own this one and I like it
          great value, both games for one price plus some other reall cool stuff comes with the games.

          5-0 out of 5 stars Wow! The best buy for Myst and Riven!
          There is enough review of Myst and Riven scattered around in Amazon, or in magazines. By now, you should have been told: GET THE GAME AND PLAY! Westarted with Riven, and then played Myst, which was a little morechallenging because less natural. With Riven, it felt like we were livingthe game and that helped a lot. But regardless, you'll enjoy it (even ifyou have to ask for help because the puzzles are SOOOO CHALLENGING!). Rivenhas more of a unity (and such beauty!), while Myst is more of a patch. Butthey are both thoroughly enjoyable.Read more

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          19. Family Mega Hits
          by Encore Software
          CD-ROM
          list price: $29.95
          Asin: B00003O9JO
          Sales Rank: 15620
          Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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          1-0 out of 5 stars great, if you're running Windows 95...
          ... otherwise, forget it - the golf game, Asteroids, and this edition of Myst are all incompatible with Windows 98 (despite what the box says). I remember buying this soon after getting my first PC back in 2000 - by the time I'd figured out it was the software and not the machine, the company was out of business/not responding/changed its phone #.
          5-0 out of 5 stars BEST COLLECTION OF GAMES EVER!
          I was a little bit doutfull when I first bought these games because I only new about SimCity2000. But now I am totally addicted to this great value pack! Espessially Monopoly and SimCity2000. But don't get me wrong, theother games are absolutely wonderfull too. I definatly recomend these gamesto anyone with a sense of adventure.

          4-0 out of 5 stars Good games
          most of these games are great(sim city,monoply, and myst)the rest are not so great. I would sugust thinking if you need all five of these games. ... Read more

          Subjects:  1. 3d 3 d minigolf SimCity Sim City 2000    2. Monopoly Myst Asteroids   


          20. Riven: The Sequel To Myst
          Video Game

          Asin: B000006OWS
          Sales Rank: 7313
          Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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          4-0 out of 5 stars Awesome, completely inspiring.
          Except for having to switch discs all the time!!!I know it's a fact that this game was so big, you had to swap discs, that's the only reason I didn't give it a 5!!!Other than that the game is completely immersive.It puts you right in the world of Riven.This game inspired me to purchase Myst.Part I in the series.I hope that they make more of these games for the Playstation 2 and 3 coming out.Myst III: Exile was the last game to be ported on the Playstation 2.Come on Cyan, put more out for the Playstations!!

          4-0 out of 5 stars Buy the game strategy guide as well
          I liked this game alot, it's challenging and it took me awhile to beat (longer than most other games). I do recommend buying the strategy guide because it's easy to miss alot. Anyways if you like the original Myst you'll love this. Great graphics, only flaws was there was a glitch here and there but nothing major.

          4-0 out of 5 stars An experience
          The Playstation version of Riven is definantly not as good as the PC version, but it still adds up to be a great experience. Solid gameplay, crips graphics, and top-notch sound. But still falls short in some areas. Disc changing can get very tedious. That's one reason why I recommend the DVD version for the pc. But it's no doubt this game will suck you in and keep you sucked for a long time. Get ready to experience a whole new world. ... Read more


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