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Danshir's Blog *Where I rest after I stop my stabbin*

To talk about a large variety of MMORPGs honestly with no prejudice. Also to simply talk about the insane, funny, or just plain outrageous MMO experiences we as players have had.

Author: Danshir

Myst Online goes open source..

Posted by Danshir Monday December 15 2008 at 12:58PM
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I got to hand it to Cyan Worlds. They have truly done something that may very well cause a revolution in how we play MMORPGs. Cyan Worlds, the creators of the famous Myst series, released some time ago Myst: Online. This was to be an MMO version of their popular series. However recently the company has hit it pretty hard financially. The game was first dropped by Ubisoft and then by GameTap.

Once Cyan Worlds got their IP back, the hardcore fans of URU(Myst Online) decided to stick around as Cyan Worlds held only one solitary server up for its fans. They called this project MORE(Myst Online Restoration Experiment). For the longest time, due to even more financial setbacks everything was quiet.

Until this bit of news. Myst Online Goes OPEN SOURCE! Click here for their official announcement.

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guuthulhu writes:

It's nice to se they aren't giving up like so many other MMOs closing their doors. This is very exciting.

Mon Dec 15 2008 2:31PM Report
fusionx212 writes:

good on cyan worlds. i've never played the game but as they say they put so much time and effort into this it would pointless to let it die. lets hope the fanbase picks it up and puts it to work.  if they can do it i may well be interested in it for the pure fact that it's built buy the player base

Tue Dec 16 2008 4:05AM Report
Vexe writes:

Good for them. It's good to see a compay trying to revive a game through experimenting rather than letting it die and moving onto another project. I miht check it out now. :)

Tue Dec 16 2008 6:58AM Report writes:
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