Which game had two protagonists exploring parallel versions of a ruined city?



  • I'm trying to recall the name of a game I played from my father's Windows PC game collection sometime around 2007. Although my memory of it is a bit murky, I recall the protagonists were a man and a woman, who were exploring an abandoned, high-tech city. I also recall that for some reason, the two could only interact via some audio communicator- even when they were in the same area, they couldn't see each other, and the area was slightly different depending on which one I was playing. They didn't understand the mechanism behind this, at least at first, and the game hinted they were in parallel timelines or different eras. It was first-person, and had a heavy emphasis on environmental puzzles. I thought for some time it was related to the Myst series, but I've ruled out each of those games.



  • I've found it! https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schizm:_Mysterious_Journey Although it doesn't feature time travel, it has protagonists Sam and Hannah crashlanded on a strangely lifeless alien world, the graphics seem familiar on youtube, and the protags can only communicate via audio. Additionally, it has a similar title to Riven, from the Myst series, and has 'Myst' in the title.




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