Secrets of The New Myst

Tomahna is one of those undiscovered places that you might read about in National Geographic, those places that it takes three days on foot and canoe and yak to reach. Set on cliffs amid flowing streams and crashing waterfalls, the house at Tomahna is made up of circular pavilions linked by outdoor walkways that pass over sun-dappled water. Birds, butterflies and dragonflies flutter about.

Tomahna isn't real, but as you watch the leaves sway in the breeze and the clouds drift across the sky, it's easy to forget that. It's one of several interconnected virtual worlds that players explore in the...

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