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Myst 4: Revelation Cheats and Links
Okay, first of all, there aren't any trainers or hex editors for Revelation. You don't even have a character in Revelation, much less any stats, skills, hit points,
or even an inventory you might conceivably want to edit. I don't really have any idea what people who email me asking for a "Revelation character editor" are really
even looking for. The only way to really cheat in this game is to look up the solution to a puzzle rather than figuring it out yourself.
So there's not much cheat to be had on Revelation, exactly, but if you need a puzzle solution or just want to learn more about this game, here are a few
good links for you:
My Revelation Pages:
Revelation Hints, with general gameplay information and suggestions.
Revelation Walkthrough, with a low-spoiler guide to possible optional actions in each game location
(including a list of all locations where you can use Yeesha's amulet).
Revelation Review, with a spoiler-free overview of the game for those considering playing.
Revelation Game Critique, with detailed spoilers and discussion of plot holes.
Other Revelation Pages:
Universal Hints System is a great place to get a spoiler for one specific puzzle you're stuck on without accidentally ruining any of the rest of the game--they have
their walkthrough uniquely structured to reveal only one hint at a time.
Here is the official Revelation homepage from UbiSoft. You can get Revelation art, music, screenshots, and patches here.
Myst Obsession is a thorough, useful online resource on all of the Myst games, with screenshots, wallpaper and fan art, and a forum.
Myst Community is another good online resource, with a separate Revelation forum as well as general discussion of the series.
The rest of these links aren't related to Revelation, but you may enjoy them anyway...
Learn about Native American cultures
at a site maintained by Orrin Lewis and myself. (We also have pages on Native American art
and Native American genealogy.)
most of them were created by me or by friends of mine. (-:
Visit the World of Ataniel, an AD&D gameworld created by Doug Barre and
brought to the Internet by Kristin L'Kar Andersen.
For that matter, check out the Storyboard, an interactive-fiction
play-by-post game set in said gameworld.
Read my Personal
Check out fanfic guru Kristin L'Kar Andersen's Harry Potter Fanfiction site.
Check out Orrin Lewis' homepage with his essays about modern American Indian life.
Native American tribes
Meaning of Native American names
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