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Myst 3DS

Platform(s): Nintendo 3DS
Genre: Adventure
Publisher: Funbox Media
Release Date: June 2012

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'Myst' (ALL) Coming To 3DS

by Rainier on Feb. 14, 2012 @ 3:00 p.m. PST

Myst is an adventure title featuring six worlds, many puzzles to solve and clues to find, MYST offers over 80 hours of immersive gameplay and has something for everyone.

With the 3D features the game really comes alive, giving players a new dimension to this already classic game.  The 3DS version also introduces the first-person fantasy universe to players not yet acquainted with the series, and gives gamers extra content to explore with new landscapes and with the RIME Age added to enhance the MYST storyline.

As in the original MYST, players will solve puzzles, explore their surroundings and interact with items and objects that deliver clues from which players must piece together answers in order to move ahead and solve the mysteries that lie within.

MYST is the latest announcement from the UK Publisher with more exciting products coming through “We are delighted to be publishing MYST” commented Mark Clemens, Sales Manager at Funbox “This game needs no introduction and we’re sure it’s going to be a big hit with the fans that remember the original and those that will be new to one of the greatest adventure games ever, we’re sure we have a great hit on our hands and further enhances our commitment to bringing exciting products and licenses to the market across all platforms”.

While MYST for Nintendo 3DS stays true to the original game’s model in keeping all your favorite elements, the upcoming addition takes the classic journey to a new level with sharp 3D environments which transport players even further into the enigma of the game.


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