10. Myst, 1993
Myst was a cultural sensation with a long-tail backlash; like The Blair Witch Project and Paranormal Activity, you either loved the game for its atmospheric horror or hated it because it was boring. Almost two decades on, though, Myst's focus on ambient storytelling a gorgeous audio track, the hint of a grand universe beyond the game seems uncannily prescient. For pure non-sequitur horror, nothing beats this tiny Easter egg in the mechanical age: If you look through a telescope at just the right moment, you see a skeleton hanging from a sunken mast. It's practically the only sign of human life in Myst.