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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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Cast

Credited cast:
Dorothy Recasner Brown ... Xiao, a Ch'in shaman, High Priestess of Wah-jin (as Dorothy Brown)
Duke Ernsberger Duke Ernsberger ... Jordan Cooper, Curator of the Capricorn Collection
Rhoda Griffis ... Laurie Wood, Head Curator
Randell Haynes Randell Haynes ... Reg Westlake, Art Restorer
Rosemarie Li ... Mei (as Rosemarie S. Li)
Carl McIntyre Carl McIntyre ... Matthew Stevenson, Museum Owner, 'the Genghis Khan of Wall Street'
Greg Hohn Greg Hohn ... Agent Donald Keefer, Secret Service
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Brenda Lo
Dino Muccio
Jeremy Wright 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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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Also Known As:

Temujin: The Capricorn Collection See more »

Filming Locations:

Cary, North Carolina, USA

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SouthPeak Interactive See more »
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Color
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Waste of time, but...
2 May 2007 | by mattfredSee all my reviews

I still want to know how it ends. It was far too difficult to play with the live action and tedious tasks that required clicking at the right place on a really blurry picture. If I remember correctly the storyline was mildly interesting, but because of the controls and the only information coming from cut scenes that came with no apparent regularity, it was hard to follow. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. It was a creative idea and a decent attempt at making a new kind of game, but it failed miserably. Low resolution video and slow computers can't make the live video work.

If someone can give me a synopsis, I have a thread on the discussion board.


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