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Cyan developers planning iMyst for iPhone

updated 03:50 pm EDT, Thu August 21, 2008

iMyst for iPhone

Three UruLive developers are in the process of porting the original Myst game to the iPhone as part of a side project. While details are sparse, a Cyan employee with the moniker of Chogon reveals that the so-called iMyst is an outside project, independent of Cyan. Chogon notes that while some may roll their eyes, the project is responsible for keeping several developers employed, while also allowing Cyan to expand its reach to other platforms.

Feedback in the company's forums is positive, with users anxiously awaiting the release of iMyst.

Chogon was not able to provide any additional details of the product, including, availability, or extras over and above the venerable computer version.




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  1. 64stang06

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Nice

    I was a fan of the original Myst and would love to see this come to the iPhone.

  1. BWhaler

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Can't Wait

    I will buy this game the nanosecond it is released. This is awesome beyond words.

  1. eddd

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    ummm

    I'm not that into nostalgia... this game would seem awfully dull after 16 years

  1. Feynman

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Myst

    Was meant for touch. I remember the cursor being a finger lol (well the white glove with the index and thumb extended!)

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