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Submitted by JBedford 695d ago | review

Riven For iPad Review (Modojo)

John Bedford (Modojo): As with the tablet edition of realMyst, released back in August last year, the release of Riven for iPad brings with it world of mystery, intrigue, exploration and puzzle solving that's unparalleled outside of the Myst universe. Picking up where the first game left off, you find yourself stranded in a different world in search of portal books, the imprisoned Catherine, and your own way home. Like Myst, this is a world that requires delicate and detailed exploration, and a keen eye for drawing together disparate strands of logic to solve a larger puzzle. (iPad, Riven for iPad) 4.5/5

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