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Myst and Riven: The World of the D'ni

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Myst and Riven: The World of the D'ni
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Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0472051490
ISBN-13: 9780472051496

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Video games have become a major cultural force, and within their history, Myst and its sequel Riven stand out as influential examples. This book is a close analysis of two of the most popular and significant video games in the history of the genre, investigating in detail their design, their functionality, and the gameplay experience they provide players.

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