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Cyan Worlds prepares to release an iPad version of realMyst

Cyan Worlds now has an iPad version of the classic breakthrough game Myst. The revised version is the 3D enhance realMyst, redesigned and enhanced for the mobile iOS platform.

It will come out in April, said company President Tony Fryman.

“To explore the islands and Ages of Myst in realtime with such a gossamer interface is an amazing feeling.” said Rand Miller, CEO of Cyan Worlds. “Walking on the boardwalk above the water in Channelwood has got to be experienced to be believed.”

The new version will be for iPhone 4 and iPad2.
 
The realtime nature iof realMyst also allows for visual enhancement such as moving clouds and rippling water. The audio also creates sounds that emanate from specific locations and react realistically as players explore. 
 
It will be available in the iTunes app store.  No suggested price was provided.

Cyan Worlds takes bug battling to a new level

We do want to give some more space to the new Bug Chucker game released this week by Cyan Worlds.

The entry below may have squashed the news slightly. Don't let that bug you.

The game is a very affordable 99 cents at the iTunes store. We'll test it this evening and post a report, on our companion tech site, www.srtxt.com.

For more information on Bug Chucker, here's Cyan World's main summary.

Riven, by Cyan Worlds, is available today at iTunes

We noted yesterday the Apple iTunes store was about to release the iPad-iPhone version of Cyan Worlds’ moody world exploration game, Riven, more or less a successor to the groundbreaking Myst.

It just went live today at www.itunes.com, and can be downloaded for $5.99.

Stoneship game, by Cyan Worlds, now available for $2.99

We noted earlier that Mead-based game company Cyan Worlds was developing a light app-style game for the iPhone and iOS community.

The game, Stoneship, is now available for $2.99 at the iTunes store.

Happy gaming, Myst fans. More info.

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