The first-person graphic adventure game, released by Cyan in 1993, went on to become one of the most successful games of the decade. Myst was also ported to Amiga by Clickboom and released in 1997 by PXL Computers.  With 15 million copies sold. it focuses on a woman named Anna and her brilliant grandson Atrus. When Anna discovers the D’ni civilization in a cavern deep below the New Mexico desert, she triggers a world-shaping set of events, as the D’ni have the unique ability to write books that can link to other worlds. Village Roadshow plans to develop the Myst franchise into a shared universe that spans film as well as television. It will be written by Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles and X-Men: First Class screenwriter Ashley Edward Miller.

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