Robyn Miller has posted the original MYST Island image, in Adobe Illustrator format, to his website at tinselman.com
(This is one of the same documents revealed in 2005 in Robyn's blog posting "Myst Game Design Proposal, Part II", but now in a high-resolution scalable format.)
Sara Bronson of GotGame.com posted an article on Friday titled, "Myst vs. the Pacific Northwest." The article is full of pictures, drawing comparisons between images of Myst and Riven and real locations around the Olympic Coast.
You can find the article here:
You can also find the article on Digg.com, if you'd like to Digg it:
We already know Myst is coming to DS. This pair of articles discusses the possibility of Riven on DS and Myst on the Wii.
Several articles were released in February about the new DS version of Myst:
In recent news it would appear that game developer Cyan Worlds is working on getting their most famous game Myst made into a movie. A site by the name of www.mystmovie.com was found in the recent days and had been much debated on by the Myst community over whether it was real or not. It was then confirmed by Cyan's CR Grey Dragon that it was in real.
He was quoted on the UO forums as saying; "For years now Cyan has wanted to make a Myst Movie. Cyan is interested in every avenue that would lead to the production of a full length feature film. In order to get people interested in such a venture there needs to be some momentum behind it. Nothing has been Green-lit, but the folks at www.mystmovie.com hope to change that very soon and we at Cyan support them in this endeavour." So Cyan has begun to along with a mystery partner work toward getting Myst on to film. We will continue to monitor this breaking situation and bring you any updates we find.