Myst’s meditative ambiance and deep storyline have made it a classic among point-and-click adventure games. What if you decided to throw caution to the wind and abandon your Zen-like quest to discover a mysterious and beautiful island?
Myst FPS is a “point-and-kill” adventure game where the player is tasked with doing something genuinely novel: shooting demons. The developers at Woe Industries were bold enough to ask about this topic. The Woe Industries itch.io page features a first-person shooter adaptation of the Myst universe.
The goal of the game, which Peter Henningsen and Steven Nass designed, is to provide the player with the satisfyingly bloody sensation of slaying at least one hundred demons. Meanwhile, a dude chants, “Myst! Myst!” to the rhythm of a nasty guitar soloing in the background. Hell. Yes.
The game will harshly criticize your inability to think critically and complete the Myst problems if you fail to do so. When the game is completed successfully, a screen appears with congratulations and a link to join Mensa International, the exclusive membership for those with exceptionally high IQs. You can finish this shitpost of a game in minutes, but those minutes will fly by with how much laughter they bring you.
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Previously, Henningsen and Mass’ Woe Industries had made several games in a similar vein, such as Food Poisoning: The Game (“a game about criminality, free will, and explosive diarrhea”) and the timeless classic Chris Pratt’s Super Mario.