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Myst III: Exile

Myst III: Exile - Cover art

The story of Myst continues. Return to this strange and wondrous universe, where books become portals into worlds, and where the lessons of the past may yet hold meaning for today.

Also published for PlayStation 2 and X-Box in September 2002 by Ubi Soft.

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4 9 Myst III: Exile

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Posted by thorn969 on Apr 6, 2017

It is short, but sweet


One of my favorite Myst games. It possibly is not as difficult as other entries in the series, but it is beautiful and gives you a rich world to enjoy....

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Adventure Games by Presto Studios

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Game Information

Platform PC
Perspective First-Person
Control Point-and-click
Gameplay Puzzle, Solitary Exploration
Genre Drama, Science Fiction
Theme -
Graphic Style Illustrated realism, Live Action
Presentation Panoramic nodes
Action (Compulsory) -
Red Flags -
Media CD, Internet download

Product Details


System Requirements
PC:
Windows 95/98/Me
233 MHz Pentium II or faster
64 MB RAM
4x CD-ROM drive
8 MB video card recommended
Supports optional 3D hardware acceleration
200 MB hard disk space

Mac:
MacOS 8.1 or higher
233 MHz G3 processor or faster
64 MB RAM
4x CD-ROM drive or faster
6 MB video card recommended
Supports optional 3D hardware acceleration
200 MB hard disk space

Myst III: Exile by Presto Studios - A Point and Click Adventure Game

Myst III: Exile is an adventure game, released in 2001 by Presto Studios. Myst III: Exile has a Illustrated realism, Live Action style and uses a Point-and-click control scheme. Adventure Gamers have published a review of Myst III: Exile and rate it as Excellent, meanwhile the community rating for Myst III: Exile is Very good.