by Magnetic Scrolls
It is not for sale or trade. Do not ask me.
Myth was never sold commercially. It was given away as a welcoming
gift to players who joined the "Official Secrets" adventure game club.
(Membership forms were included in some Magnetic Scrolls packages in
Britain, but not in the U.S.) The game exists for Amiga, Atari ST,
Commodore, and IBM PC.
The square cardboard folder package is very small, not much bigger
than the 3.5" disk it contains. The only other inclusion is an
Each disk label was personalized with the owner's name and membership
number, adding sentimental value that makes it nearly impossible to find
anyone willing to part with their copy.
Collectors take care: There are a couple of other games out there with
the same title, the most popular being Myth: The Fallen Lords and
Myth: History in the Making. Be sure you're really getting this
one before you put down several hundred dollars for it. The Real Thing
(TM) has no subtitle. Always ask for scans.
The game itself is quite short, with only a couple of significant puzzles,
and tells the story of the final days of the Greek gods and the rise of
Christianity. The player is cast as Poseidon. It is one of the rarest
and most sought-after games ever.
Again: It is not for sale or trade. Do not ask me.
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