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Cyan Worlds and Creative Kingdoms: Follow up

Posted: Thu Aug 27, 2009 by Chogon.

Hi all,

As some of you have seen in a recent Wired magazine article, Cyan Worlds is working with Creative Kingdoms to create an online continuation of the MagiQuest journey.


Do not forget to check the links at the bottom of his post.

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Cyan working on online version of Creative Kingdoms' "MagiQuest"

In the September 2009 issue of Wired Magazine, reporter David Kushner has let slip the news that Cyan Worlds - referred to in the article merely as "the creators of Myst" - are apparently working on a new online game project involving the live action roleplaying game MagiQuest.

MagiQuest is the product of Creative Kingdoms, who describe their mission as "to intertwine fantasy and reality with the most alluring elements of magic, imagination, hands on experiences, fun, storytelling and gaming into one seamless experience."  The MagiQuest game introduces children and their families into a fantasy world where they are assisted by live roleplayers in the completion of various quests, and as the participants play they gain new powers and abilities, permitting them to take on more challenging and rewarding adventures.  There are currently seventeen MagiQuest locations worldwide.

Of particular interest to fans of Myst and Cyan Worlds is this short statement in the Wired article:

In August, Creative Kingdoms planned to launch a multiplayer online extension of the game, designed with the creators of Myst. The online version lets players accrue rewards and "powers" that carry over to the physical locations.

The full Wired article can be found here:  http://www.wired.com/gaming/gamingreviews/magazine/17-09/pl_games


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Cyan News Release

Lynnute asked me to pass this on, she just saw it this morning, Cyan has posted on their website (the 31st) about the Movie effort:

News from Cyan Site:

It’s official: Mysteria Film Group gets option to Myst movie
Posted in News at 10:16 am, July 31st, 2009


After all the late nights and weekends that they’ve put into the grassroots movement to bring Myst to the big screen, Patrick and Adrian, founders of the the Mysteria Film Group (MFG), are ready to pitch officially. MFG has acquired the option to Myst: The Book of Ti’ana from Cyan. What that means is that Cyan has entrusted the keys to the movie to MFG, so they can take the material they’ve created and the connections that they’ve made and officially pitch it, shop it, sell it, and shoot it.

Every grassroots movement anticipates the moment when the roots are strong enough to push a shoot through the earth. This is that moment! Now with a bit of water, sunshine, and a great big John Deere 458, 4895, and 896 we may get to make hay!

Bezorgd door: 
Lynnutte (via Dr CrisGer)
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Myst on the Sony PSP via Playstation Network

GamersDailyNews is reporting that Myst will be available in the USA on Sony's PSP portable gaming system through the Playstation Network as of July 16, 2009.  GDN claims that this version will include the Age of Rime.

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Myst version 1.1.3 now available

The 1.1.3 update to Myst for the iPhone and iPod Touch is now available!

For a complete list of bug fixes and new features please go to MystOnline.

Thanks from the entire Myst team.