From West Elmira Computers Museum
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Founded1987 (Cyan Productions)
1997 (Cyan Worlds)
2013 (Cyan)
HeadquartersMead, Washington, U.S.
Key peopleRand Miller, founder
Robyn Miller, founder
Industryvideo games
ProductsVideo games
Employeesnot disclosed

Cyan, Inc. is an American video game developer and publisher.

Cyan Productions

Cyan Productions was founded by Rand Miller and Robyn Miller in 1987.

Cyan Worlds

The company became known as Cyan Worlds, Inc. in 1997.


In 2013, the company became known as Cyan, Inc.

Video games developed by Cyan

Title System Release Added to museum Notes
The Manhole DOS, iOS, Mac OS, FM Towns, TG-16, Windows 1988 Windows (ME): April 4, 2010 Remade as The Manhole: New and Enhanced in 1992.
Remade as The Manhole: Masterpiece Edition in 1995.
Cosmic Osmo and the Worlds Beyond the Mackerel Mac OS, Windows 1990 Not yet
Spelunx and the Caves of Mr. Seudo Mac OS, Windows 1991 Not yet
Myst 3DO, Amiga, Android, CD-i, iOS, Jaguar, Jaguar CD, Mac OS, macOS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, PlayStation, Pocket PC, PSP, Saturn, Switch, Windows 1993 Windows (3.1 and MPC): January 2, 2015
macOS, Windows (ME): April 4, 2010
Remade as Myst: Masterpiece Edition in 2000.
Remade as realMyst in 2000.
Remade as realMyst: Masterpiece Edition in 2014.
Riven: The Sequel to Myst Android, iOS, Mac OS, macOS, PlayStation, Pocket PC, Saturn, Windows 1997 Windows: January 2, 2015
macOS, Windows: April 4, 2010
Uru: Ages Beyond Myst Windows 2003 April 4, 2010 (Complete Chronicles) To D'ni expansion pack released in 2004.
The Path of the Shell expansion pack released in 2004.
Myst Online: Uru Live Windows 2004 Not yet Server released in binary form as Until Uru in 2004.
Hosted by GameTap as Myst Online: Uru Live in 2007.
Hosted by Cyan Worlds as Uru Live Again in 2010.
The client and tools were open sourced in 2011.
Cosmic Osmo's Hex Isle macOS, Windows 2007 Not yet
Stoneship iOS 2010 Not yet
Bug Chucker Android, iOS 2011 Not yet
Obduction macOS, PlayStation 4, Windows 2016 Windows: August 24, 2016