I learned to program with HyperCard when I was ten. I probably played in BASIC with my dad before that, but HyperCard really made a difference. It’s nice to see it mentioned here. It’s worth noting as well that the first version of Myst was made in HyperCard (using a custom extension to enable colour, if my memory serves me right).
It's remarkable that HyperCard led to the creation of Myst, that's a great story.
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