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And you don't even need a CD-ROM drive to play it! Obduction, from developer Cyan Worlds, comes from some of the key minds behind Myst and Riven. It was successfully crowdfunded years ago, but suffered from that age old Kickstarter delay curse that just about every high profile campaign has seen. But now, after a few delays, it has finally been released on Steam. And the current user feedback is 'Very Positive'.

Which is nice, because the game does look good. And very Myst-like, with a large open world to explore, puzzles to solve, and story to try and make sense of.

Here's the launch trailer. The environments look incredible.

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