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Temüjin: A Supernatural Adventure (1997)

You're trapped inside the Stevenson Museum - unable to speak or remember who you are. In the chief exhibit - the Capricorn collection, artifacts from the tomb of Genghis Khan - your best ... See full summary »
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Xiao, a Ch'in shaman, High Priestess of Wah-jin (as Dorothy Brown)
Duke Ernsberger ...
Jordan Cooper, Curator of the Capricorn Collection
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Laurie Wood, Head Curator
Randell Haynes ...
Reg Westlake, Art Restorer
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Mei (as Rosemarie S. Li)
Carl McIntyre ...
Matthew Stevenson, Museum Owner, 'the Genghis Khan of Wall Street'
Greg Hohn ...
Agent Donald Keefer, Secret Service
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Brenda Lo
Jeremy Wright
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You're trapped inside the Stevenson Museum - unable to speak or remember who you are. In the chief exhibit - the Capricorn collection, artifacts from the tomb of Genghis Khan - your best hope is to be found: Mei, a spirit from the court of Temujin (a.k.a. Genghis Khan), trapped inside the Capricorn head. You embark on a series of quests and tests to regain your identity and uncover the plots underlying the calm surface of the museum. Written by M. L. Worley

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If you like 90s B movies (or FMV games), you'll love it
27 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

In Ripper and Johnny Mnemonic FMV games, you got to scratch your cyberpunk bone. Here, you get to uncover a paranoia-filled supernatural mystery set in a museum that just opened its Mongolian exhibition, with Genghis Khan's items being its central piece, and maybe even save the world.

If Ripper is akin to a blockbuster production, this game is closer to a TV production, but that 90s B movie quality is very much present here as well (with some fine tuning, it'd even work as a better Twilight Zone or Tales from the Crypt episode). There's cheese, overacting, underacting, awesome museum set designs, ambitious (if predictable) storyline with a very fun and out-there premise that even Chuck Norris would found amusing and let's not forget the obligatory quirky, comic and supernatural moments that add flair to the menu.

Now, truth be told, it is more entertaining to watch a playthrough of this game (not unlike watching a movie) than actually playing it, mainly because you can get stuck due to not knowing what to do next. It's no Myst, but it can get annoying. Puzzles are rare and mostly very easy (and fun) with a couple of clunky complex-ones thrown in just to mess with you.

Having said that, the story makes this game one of the more memorable FMV games and it's definitely worth checking out, so go buy it, play it or just google it and watch a silent playthrough, but don't miss it!


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