The game Myst, which was originally released in the 90s, is being reintroduced to a new generation of virtual reality gamers. Cyan, the studio behind the category-defining game, rebuilt the game specifically for modern monitors and virtual reality headsets, so that players can "explore the Ages of Myst in an entirely new dimension."
On the Quest platform, players can experience aspects of the nostalgic gaming experience in a fresh new way as they hunt for clues, solve puzzles and complete challenges. Thanks to virtual reality, players can interact with in-game objects like never before when they pick up books, pull levels and open doors to move between settings.
Soon, Cyan has plans to include an in-game note-taking feature so that players can keep track of what they piece together.
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