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Cyan Worlds | Official Site
MMORPG | Setting:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 04/10/08)  | Pub:Cyan Worlds
Distribution:Download | Retail Price:n/a | Pay Type:Free | Monthly Fee:n/a
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Myst Online: URU Live Rating

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Skranken writes: In my opinion a 10 Community game. Very rare these days. Was greeted by a guy talking to me via his microphone wanting to show me around and learning me the basics. Good graphics and fun puzzles as well. Give it a try if you can play a game without XP bare and guns :-) Tue Jan 17 2012 12:31PM
jaix writes: I love Myst. I have since I played the first game when I was 12. I say this because I want you to understand that I truly wanted to love this game. My qualms with MOUL extend entirely from implementation. I love the Ages, I love the setting, I love solving puzzles, but I think Cyan took a wrong turn somewhere. Uru Live is almost exactly that, the Uru game that was released a few years back except online. While the storyline takes this into consideration, simply taking the ages we went through then and making them multiplayer is a bit of a stretch. Also, I have yet to find a game that consistently uses "live" events to advance a storyline that does so well. Unfortunately, MOUL is no exception. Someone telling me what's going on around the game isn't the same as experiencing myself, and due to the times these events are taking place, you usually miss it yourself. So not only are you having someone tell you about events going on, but you are probably reading about that event on a log kept on one of the fansites. The community is top-notch. Most are actively involved in the making the game better, and are willing to help if you need it. I had some issues with performance as many of the issues the old Uru engine had (including its blatant hatred for Nvidia) are still there. All things considered, you can't really beat the value. It's through GameTap, so you get Uru and almost a thousand other games for your 10 bucks. I probably won't continue to play, but I will keep checking in to see if Cyan fixes things. They tend to be very in tune with the community and hopefully they'll turn this into the game it should be. Mon Nov 05 2007 11:16AM
katriell writes: A truly unique game among MMORPGs. This is a niche gem, which means that although many people wouldn't understand or enjoy it, it does have a specific audience it appeals to - generally more cerebral and mature players. Its ongoing, live event-based storyline arises from a unique setting that may be classified as modern-era science-fiction: a humanlike species called the Ronay escaped their dying homeworld by writing Linking Books to other worlds, including Earth. Those who settled on Earth, in an underground cavern, called themselves D'ni. Eventually they fell due to a plague unleashed by one of their own. Some time later, their cavern was discovered by humans, and a restoration project began. Each player is an explorer who has come to the cavern. Thus, it is very easy for many players to slip into some degree of roleplaying. You can basically RP just by being yourself under the pretense of visiting the cavern. Although the community is generally mature and friendly, I gave it only an eight (lowest rating I've set for this game xD) because even they are sometimes impatient with the game's development and storyline. I guess they don't realise how lucky they are to consistently receive new areas/content and monthly week-long events... Thu Aug 23 2007 4:55AM
kishe writes: If you love mystery and mind numbing puzzles, this is greatest game for you Fri Aug 03 2007 4:33AM
J.Kla writes: This has to be subjective but I have been playing this game for years Mon Jul 02 2007 12:01PM
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