Developer: Cyan, Inc.
Current Version: 1.6.58
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Download Size: 9.2 GB - Download
* Please check system requirements below before purchasing. (MacOS 10.12.4, Metal supported, 1GB VRAM)*
From Cyan, the studio that brought you Myst, comes Obduction, an all-new adventure that brings the spirit of Cyan’s earlier games into the new millennium. Obduction resurrects the feeling of finding yourself in the middle of new worlds to explore, discover, solve, and become part of.
As you walk beside the lake on a cloudy night, a curious, organic artifact falls from the sky and inexplicably, without asking permission, transports you across the universe.
The worlds of Obduction reveal their secrets only as you explore, coax, and consider them. And as you bask in the otherworldly beauty and explore through the enigmatic landscapes, remember that the choices you make will have substantial consequences.
Obduction. Make it home.
Best Adventure Game of 2016 - PCWorld
“Cyan has succeeded in making another adventure that feels truly timeless.” - Polygon
“Obduction’s beautiful world is a worthy successor to Myst.” - Wired
“The journey is amazing this time around” - Vice / Motherboard
“Myst enthusiasts and exotic-world explorers will find a whole new stupendous universe to fall in love with” – Adventure Gamers
Obduction requires Apple's Metal framework. You can also check to see if your Mac supports Metal by doing the following...
- Choose "About This Mac" from the Apple Menu (Upper Left)
- Click on "System Report"
- Select "Graphics/Displays" on the left
- Look for the "Metal:" heading, and see if your Mac is listed as "supported"
You can also find a list of Macs that support Metal at https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT205073
Please review these system requirements before making your purchase. Below are 'recommended' system specs:
OS Version – Sierra 10.12.4*
Processor – Quad Core Intel
Memory – 16GB+ RAM
Graphics – nVidia GT 600M, 700M family / AMD R9 M family or better
VRAM - 2 GB
Disk Space: 20 GB
Note: VR not yet available on Mac
*MacOS 10.12.4 (or later) is required to play Obduction. Any MacOS versions prior to this may result in random crashes.
Thanks for your patience! Here's what we've done to Obduction...
• Tried to speed up startup times.
• Cleaned up some full screen and input ugliness.
• Massive amounts of stability and optimization improvements.
• Reduction in overall size of Obduction App.
• Improvements to spawn actor performance.
• View distance options are no longer offset by one position.
• Many bugs were harmed in the making of this version.
• (Some users may see video stutter from size limit issue on Mac App Store.)
Most Helpful Reviews
BUY - I love this game. Read the system requirements carefully, but if you have the hardware, proceed and enjoy! I have been a fan of Cyan's work since Myst and Riven and always thought of those as a moment in time never to be repeated in gaming, but here we are in 2017. While we’re not exactly experiencing a new genre, they are pushing boundaries. What was accomplished here should be rewarded and applauded. Great job! I hope to see more in the future. As for performance, yes it needs some horsepower, but no one ever said it didn’t. We thankfully live in a time when optimizations can come out after release quite easily. Having waited many months now for the Mac release i am quite pleased. Thank you Cyan!
Can’t Get it to work - I would love to give this 5 Stars, but just spent $30 to download it, and I clicked on icon and nothing happens. I have all the requirements, but still can’t get game to work. I cannot find a fix online. Download at your own risk. Hopefully they will get it to work.
More Reviews for Current Version
Want to love it, but performance is terrible (especially after last update) - This is a stunningly beautiful game, and I agree that is is a worthy successor to the originals. That being said, the game has been full of glitches, and the last 2 updates have made it worse. It just makes me too angry/frustrated to play it now, so I’ve just had to put it away. Do I have a supercomputer? No. But I’ve got a 2015 MacBook Pro with quad 2.5 i7, 16 GB of RAM, and a decent 2GB discrete graphics card. I believe those are recommended specs for the Mac- and it played OK at first. But after subsequent updates, and despite doing all the little fixes that are recommended, it’s just not worth fighting any longer. I may pull it all out and start over, but geez- come on.