"The smartest way to run a business is with someone else's money, but the most satisfying way is with your own." Rand Miller
Cyan Worlds, Inc. (formerly Cyan, Inc.) is a video game company, founded by brothers Rand and Robyn Miller in 1987, and best known as the creators of the Myst series. After Myst and its sequel Riven sold several million copies each, Cyan went on to create the massively multiplayer online adventure, Uru, which was cancelled and re-opened several times. To clarify new directions for the company, CEO Rand Miller changed the name from "Cyan" to "Cyan Worlds," after the release of Riven. The company is located in Mead, Washington, just outside Spokane.