Haha, you are as always " just in time" Justintime 9.!
In my remembering Yinfara was from origin made by Lontahv.
He was working on PyPRP and tried to implement the "linked duplicates" into it.
And that is the issue with Yinfara ,
It is so heavy relying on those " linkedduplicates", that it did not work out as intended.
Then he quitted the project and handed it over to Justin.
Justin asked for some help because he had problems to handle these strange "linked duplicates".
That is the point where i came in.
You could only work on this age if you used Blender 2.45.
....and had installed the completely different version of PyPRP that supported the linked dups.
I completely unwired the linked duplicates to normal duplicates that can be handled by 2.49b and the normal PyPRP.
and also made a waveset and a new island in it and handed it over to you again.
Unfortunately from that point on, it stayed quiet.
Furthermore the age was editable now, but the performance went down because the engine had to handle more vertices.
In those days i consider myself now also as a beginner.
May be with my current knowledge i can improve it a bit.
I will search to find the refurbished version, if thats ok to you Justin.
but its not more then many ages, an isle with objects and hardly any interactions.
Its mainly that part that Justin had some ideas, but i never dived into the story behind it.
Sorry but as a Dutchman , i hate to read all those endless english written stories that are so difficult to understand for non English people.
So the strong point of all myst and URU related stuff is at the same time its weak point if not translated well.
Good to see you back Justin!
Edit: i still have it!
Here are two pics from the new Isle