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Note: This is my private workspace; please don't mess with it (or if you really want to, either make good notes of your changes, including the reasons, or, much better, create a copy as your own User subpage!) and most of all, don't try and understand it - it's just random content copied in for working out certain features. Right now, I am trying to convert the "Myst franchise" box from table-based to CSS-based layout, taking a cue from Wikipedia's thumbnail feature - hence the photo. The text is only there for layout reasons.

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Rand Miller co-founded Cyan Productions (now Cyan Worlds) with Robyn Miller (the two Miller Brothers) and became famous from the unexpected success of their computer game Myst, which remained the number one-selling game for most of the 1990s.

Still CEO, he is now less involved with working out storyline, gameplay and programming, instead focusing on managing the project his company works on. As a sideline, you will find him acting Atrus in the Myst sequels which are no longer done by Cyan, including Myst III: Exile and Myst IV: Revelation - even though he claims that he dislikes this job, and that he feels to be the wrong person to do it.

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Miller maintains the religious views that are traits of his family, which is part of the reason you will never find major violence or sexual or otherwise potentially offensive content in Cyan's games - the experience should be as rich as possible, while keeping distracting matters out.

Rand Miller co-founded Cyan Productions (now Cyan Worlds) with Robyn Miller (the two Miller Brothers) and became famous from the unexpected success of their computer game Myst, which remained the number one-selling game for most of the 1990s.

Still CEO, he is now less involved with working out storyline, gameplay and programming, instead focusing on managing the project his company works on. As a sideline, you will find him acting Atrus in the Myst sequels which are no longer done by Cyan, including Myst III: Exile and Myst IV: Revelation - even though he claims that he dislikes this job, and that he feels to be the wrong person to do it.

Views[edit]

Miller maintains the religious views that are traits of his family, which is part of the reason you will never find major violence or sexual or otherwise potentially offensive content in Cyan's games - the experience should be as rich as possible, while keeping distracting matters out.

Rand Miller co-founded Cyan Productions (now Cyan Worlds) with Robyn Miller (the two Miller Brothers) and became famous from the unexpected success of their computer game Myst, which remained the number one-selling game for most of the 1990s.

Still CEO, he is now less involved with working out storyline, gameplay and programming, instead focusing on managing the project his company works on. As a sideline, you will find him acting Atrus in the Myst sequels which are no longer done by Cyan, including Myst III: Exile and Myst IV: Revelation - even though he claims that he dislikes this job, and that he feels to be the wrong person to do it.

Views[edit]

Miller maintains the religious views that are traits of his family, which is part of the reason you will never find major violence or sexual or otherwise potentially offensive content in Cyan's games - the experience should be as rich as possible, while keeping distracting matters out.

Rand Miller co-founded Cyan Productions (now Cyan Worlds) with Robyn Miller (the two Miller Brothers) and became famous from the unexpected success of their computer game Myst, which remained the number one-selling game for most of the 1990s.

Still CEO, he is now less involved with working out storyline, gameplay and programming, instead focusing on managing the project his company works on. As a sideline, you will find him acting Atrus in the Myst sequels which are no longer done by Cyan, including Myst III: Exile and Myst IV: Revelation - even though he claims that he dislikes this job, and that he feels to be the wrong person to do it.

Views[edit]

Miller maintains the religious views that are traits of his family, which is part of the reason you will never find major violence or sexual or otherwise potentially offensive content in Cyan's games - the experience should be as rich as possible, while keeping distracting matters out.

Myst franchise
Games
Myst ( realMyst )
Riven: The Sequel to Myst
Myst III: Exile
Myst IV: Revelation
Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
Novels
Myst: The Book of Atrus, Ti'ana, D'ni
Characters
Achenar, Atrus, Gehn, Katran, Saavedro, Sirrus, the Stranger, Ti'ana, Yeesha
D'ni
Ages, Culture and History, Language, Numerals, The Art
Organizations
[[Br%F8derbund]], Cyan Worlds, Presto, Ubisoft
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Rand Miller co-founded Cyan Productions (now Cyan Worlds) with Robyn Miller (the two Miller Brothers) and became famous from the unexpected success of their computer game Myst, which remained the number one-selling game for most of the 1990s.

Still CEO, he is now less involved with working out storyline, gameplay and programming, instead focusing on managing the project his company works on. As a sideline, you will find him acting Atrus in the Myst sequels which are no longer done by Cyan, including Myst III: Exile and Myst IV: Revelation - even though he claims that he dislikes this job, and that he feels to be the wrong person to do it.

Views[edit]

Miller maintains the religious views that are traits of his family, which is part of the reason you will never find major violence or sexual or otherwise potentially offensive content in Cyan's games - the experience should be as rich as possible, while keeping distracting matters out.

Rand Miller co-founded Cyan Productions (now Cyan Worlds) with Robyn Miller (the two Miller Brothers) and became famous from the unexpected success of their computer game Myst, which remained the number one-selling game for most of the 1990s.

Still CEO, he is now less involved with working out storyline, gameplay and programming, instead focusing on managing the project his company works on. As a sideline, you will find him acting Atrus in the Myst sequels which are no longer done by Cyan, including Myst III: Exile and Myst IV: Revelation - even though he claims that he dislikes this job, and that he feels to be the wrong person to do it.

Views[edit]

Miller maintains the religious views that are traits of his family, which is part of the reason you will never find major violence or sexual or otherwise potentially offensive content in Cyan's games - the experience should be as rich as possible, while keeping distracting matters out.