Games that were inspired by Myst

Created Sep 24, 2018 by RAWG Editorial
After its debut in 1993, Myst became a word that describes a high-quality puzzle-adventure game with beautiful graphics, hard-to-crack puzzles, engrossing musical score, and captivating story. So this is the list of "Myst-like" games.
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    This game blends in the history of science with the immersive gameplay where the player needs to solve the puzzles to save a family stranded on an island. Odyssey tries to educate the player through j…
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      A great Myst-like sci-fi game with hardcore puzzles, an intriguing story, solid voice-acting but does feel like it should have been published back in the 90s.
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        It's a game set in the Purgatory with the "Colour" being the player's main resource to escape it. One of the more experimental games on this list, The Void is a journey of constant learning and discov…
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          Obduction is from the original developers of Myst so you could say it's a spiritual successor of the old masterpiece for the present era. The level of detail is through the roof, the score is magnific…
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            Quern is not a pioneer in the puzzle-solving business but it does combine all the best features that made Myst a masterpiece. Puzzles are engaging and make sense within the story without slowing the p…
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              A solid homage to Myst with the interesting setting, the right balance between frustrating and engaging, and beautiful visuals.
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                A Jules Verne's classic in the game form that is a sweet little gem with rewarding gameplay, engaging music that creates the mysterious feel but doesn't last that long to fully satisfy the player's cr…
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                  The Witness is a celebration of human intelligence. With over 500 puzzles to solve the game tells a story with tidbits scattered throughout the island. It's challenging but very rewarding.
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                    A fourth entry in the RHEM series that is developed by one man, Knut Muller. If that's not impressive on its own, it's a game that does everything it set out to do: to make the player scratch their he…
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                      The game introduces a male lead with a voiceover that may sound a bit pretentious, a gorgeous backdrop, and unique puzzles solved through the powers of perception. But the story it provides does end v…
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