Writing the Next Age 

Twenty years ago, Spokane’s Cyan released one of the most successful games ever. Then the story changed

In 1993, the same year that launched the bloody, demon-blasting computer game Doom, a tiny developer called Cyan from a mid-sized city called Spokane released a computer game called Myst. For nearly a decade, it held the title of best-selling computer…

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