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Myst: Masterpiece Edition

Released on 20 August 2012

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Comment:PLEASE NOTE this is a sony release of the full myst masterpiece game.there are also some myst iv revalations extras on the disc,but NOT the full revelations games.it comes in a cellaphane sealed cardboard sleeve.suitable for windows xp and windows 7

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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 scrap of paper and ambient sound may provide the 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.
  • Every graphic element has been upgraded to brilliant 24-bit colour.
  • New sound effects and an original soundtrack enhance the sense of realism.
  • Digitally remastered music heightens the gameplay experience.
  • Larger and higher quality movies and animations.
  • Proprietary DigitalGuide help system assists players of every skill level.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (3 reviews)

 Classic Game, Great Fun

| | See all Davetheone's reviews (3)

I played this game as a youngster and I had NO IDEA what was going on and I was completly lost. It became the un-winable game in my eyes.

Then I decided to play it again after 10 years and it was just incredible. A simplistic point and click slideshow with some of the most trickiest puzzles I have ever seen. The art is dated but still nice.

You can definatly get hours of play out of this game. Highly recomended.

 Some games you go to bed and dream about...

| | See all gary4857's reviews (3)

Myst was one of the first computer games I ever played, and it is still the game I rate all others by. Looking back almost 20 years from its release... yes, it's dated: but the storyline is so strong and the concept so powerful that I strongly urge you to try it. The dated elements are the graphics which - groundbreaking in its day, seem quaint now (it really is worth investing in the more recent, and graphically improved RealMyst if you can track it down). But the powerful and haunting soundtrack and the strong storyline more than compensate. Myst is a simple point and click adventure - a puzzle game, if you will - and the object of the game is simply to find out what is going on around you. It takes time, and patience, but rest assured that each of the puzzles is logical and solvable by logic and exploration alone (no turn round three times and right-click twice here) so there should be no need for a walkthrough. Fans of shoot-em-ups will be disappointed, but Myst is not that kind of game. You find yourself alone on an uninhabited island, and the only contact you make with the creators of this mysterious world are through triggering off holographic messages hidden in... ah, well. That would be telling! There are many games out there which will challenge and frustrate you, and Myst will certainly do that, but Myst is totally immersive. There are some games you remember after you have played them, but playing - and completing - Myst is immensely satisfying. There are some games you go to bed dreaming about, and Myst is one you will never forget. Highly recommended.


| | See all Vindee's reviews (1)

This master copy has serious issues,will only last a few seconds before black screen, patching it makes no difference!! Go for original it is worth it.

Minimum RequirementsWindows 95 / 98 / Me / XP (Not compatible: Windows 2000)
Pentium 75 or equivalent
30MB Hard Drive Space
16MB RAM (32MB recommended)
Any DirectX 6.1 compatible graphics card