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ZOOM Temüjin:
A Supernatural Adventure
Sold Out (Win95/98 Only) (Retail Box) (TEMÜJINPR)

SouthPeak Interactive

Game / Adventure

ESRB Rating: Teen (Ages 13 and Up) - Realistic violence

                

A Supernatural Adventure

Centuries ago, powerful magic locked an ancient evil safely away from humanity. Now the force that enslaved a continent lies hidden inside the Stevenson Museum.

Here, among artifacts from the tomb of Temüjin - the great conqueror known as Genghis Khan - its power grows. To fight it, you must unravel the mystery. The only thing you know for sure is that the Capricorn, a jeweled goat head, somehow holds the key.

Explore the museum. Confront other characters. Solve the puzzles. Reveal the truth.

You hold the future of the human race in your hands.

Navigate with 360 degree mobility through the most elaborate adventure game ever - with lavish sets, live characters, and an intriguing story line.

Experience hours of gameplay with a series of challenging and unique puzzles that enables you to unveil the past and expose the evil in the present.

Immerse yourself in a 35mm cinematic marvel that brings CD-ROM adventure gaming to a new plateau.

Lose yourself in this supernatural adventure with its haunting original music score and digitally created special effects.

Temujin is the world's first game with Video Reality technology. Shot entirely on 35mm film, with absolutely no rendered backgrounds, the supernatural adventure will immerse you in 360 degrees of completely seamless, incredibly realistic, motion picture-quality gaming!

Requirements:

Windows 95/98 (Only): Pentium 90 or higher (Pentium 120 recommended), 16 MB RAM, 2x CD-ROM drive (4x CD-ROM drive recommended), 16 bit sound card, 30 MB of temporary space, SVGA for 640 x 480 high color, 2 MB VRAM strongly recommended, mouse.

Reviews:

Quandary Review by Rosemary Young

"The story is set in the mythical Stevenson Museum and you play the character of ... Oops, I can't tell you that or I'd be giving the game away because one of your priorities in Temüjin is to discover just who you are. At the outset of play you are in deep trouble, for not only are you ignorant of your own identity, but you don't know where you are or why you are there. And as for the other miscellaneous characters who acknowledge you, you don't know who they are either, although they are not as much in the dark as you."

"Since your character is an enigma it's no surprise that Temüjin is a first person perspective game. It begins with a superb movie sequence showing the funeral of Genghis Khan (Temüjin) and the capture of his spirit by Wah-Jin, the original Prince of Darkness. You should watch this sequence closely as it contains a few clues to some later problems. Mei is also there to help you during the course of the game once you manage to free her from her long-time imprisonment.

"I won't say too much more so as not to spoil the game, just remember this is a tale of the supernatural so don't expect stark reality, expect instead to gather clues in unlikely ways and to do a good deal of snooping around and pick up everything you can lay your hands on. There's a good inventory with an 'eye' icon to give you a close-up look at your discoveries. This worked well, although there were a couple of objects that I failed to identify visually..."

"Other than that I found Temüjin to be extremely enjoyable. It's one to look out for if you are a fan of the supernatural or if you like a good mystery. There's plenty to do, plenty of variety in the puzzles and some interesting characters, all bundled up in an intriguing story that will have you guessing from the very start."




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