'"It's an adventure game! It's mass market! It's the anti-Doom! We have to crush this game!" "'What is this?! Demons on Mars?! People are playing this?!"
Puzzling adventure game Myst, the best way to show off your bad-ass new CD-ROM drive in 1993, may be the next video game to get a big screen adaptation.
Two years after operator GameTap shut the servers down, Myst Online: Uru Live is back in action and free to play, thanks to original developer Cyan Worlds.
Cyan Worlds will fully open source all of Myst Online URU Live, essentially casting its lot with fans and other MMO players to grow and sustain this game.
Myst Online: Uru Live has had somewhat of a difficult life. The online multiplayer component of Uru: Ages Beyond Myst never made it out of the beta testing phase before being canceled in 2004. Then in 2006, Turner Broadcasting's GameTap service revived Uru Live, officially launching the game in February 2007 only to …