This article is written from an OOC point-of-view. Events and elements in the D'ni Universe are regarded as fictional.
The D'ni universe (also Myst universe, D'niverse, Myst franchise, Myst fandom, etc.) encompasses a number of computer games and novels covering various episodes of a continuous timeline, as well as official and fan-based web sites, and many thousands of fans in dozens of countries, although primarily in North America and Western Europe.
- 1 Official computer games
- 2 Novels
- 3 Official Web Sites
- 4 Fan-based Web Sites
- 5 Fan-made computer games
Official computer games
- Myst (Remakes: Myst Masterpiece Edition, realMyst, realMyst Masterpiece Edition, Myst (2020))
- Riven: The Sequel to Myst
- Myst III: Exile
- Myst IV: Revelation
- Myst V: End of Ages
- Uru: Ages Beyond Myst
- Uru: To D'ni (expansion pack 1)
- Uru: The Path of the Shell (expansion pack 2)
- Uru Live (Ubisoft) (online; cancelled)
- Uru Live (Gametap) (online; cancelled)
- Myst Online: Uru Live (again) (online; ongoing)
Official Web Sites
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Fan-based Web Sites
- Dreams of Visions, Visions of Dreams
Web sites, Discussion boards, Wikis, etc.
- Archives of the Restoration of D'ni.
- D'ni Jazz Club.
- D'ni Linguistic Fellowship.
- Guild of Greeters.
- Wikipedia's Myst franchise section