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Myst
Game Description:Journey to an island world eerily tinged with ancient mystery. Encounter beautiful breathtaking landscapes while losing yourself in fantastic virtual exploration. As you explore the realm you will learn that two sons have been trapped in Red and Blue books. You must decide which of the two brothers are lying and free the other. You travel to four islands to collect your evidence, solving puzzles along the way.
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    Preview: Myst for the DS

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