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EdGames 670 is a blog about educational games, written by pupils of the EDTEC 670 course at San Diego State University. One of this week's contributions to the blog is all about Myst.

John Miller's entry, titled <a href="" target="_blank">The Mysterious Men of Myst</a>, briefly explains the concept of Myst and makes mention of its sequels, including Uru Live and the recent iPhone Myst application. He mentions how Myst was not originally conceived as an educational game, yet how others such as Tim Rylands have used games from the Myst series as teaching implements. He indicates that he also hopes to use Myst as a tool for the instruction of narrative writing next semester, and invites comments from anyone who can provide ideas.

Mr. Miller does not indicate in the article whether he is of any relation to Rand or Ryan Miller, the creators of Myst.

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