Pyst is a computer game published in October 1996. It was created as a parody of the highly successful adventure game, Myst. Pyst was written by Peter Bergman, a co-founder of the Firesign Theatre, and published by Parroty Interactive. The parody features full motion video of actor John Goodman as "King Mattruss", the ruler of "Pyst Island"
The basic concept of Pyst was to show what Myst Island (from the best-selling game) would look like after four million people (players) had visited and "explored". Pyst Island is full of litter, most of the buildings are ruined, and graffiti reveals secret doors and solutions to puzzles that challenged players in Myst.
I gave this game a try when I needed to kill some time. I was really considering including the installation process into this longplay, as it offers the most "gameplay value" of Pyst. The rest is just a bunch of still images with some lousy animations that can be triggered by clicking on stuff. Whatever you do changes nothing. I can't believe they sold this piece of crap for real money. Even "plumbers don't wear ties" offers more interactivity than this. I'm pissed!