Temüjin, (also known as Temüjin: A Supernatural Adventure and Temüjin: The Capricorn Collection) is a 1997 computer game developed and published by SouthPeak Interactive.
Based partially on the life of Genghis Khan, the plot involves an unidentified character (the player) who has appeared in the Stevenson Museum where ancient Mongolian artifacts are being displayed. The protagonist must find out who he/she is and who the other people in the museum are and solve the mystery of strange goings on at the museum. Along the way you'll be helped by a ghost girl, Mei, who you free after the first mission
This Video Game contains examples of:
- Featureless Protagonist: You can't see anything about the protagonist. The ending reveals that he's just an average guy.
- Gone Horribly Right: The villain seems alarmed when her plan to summon Xiao succeeds — because it results in her getting possessed.
- Grand Theft Me: The ultimate fate of Lorena, and your character if you get the bad ending.
- Heroic Mime: Your character cannot speak. There's a reason for this.
- Multiple-Choice Past: One level goes into Nick's backstory, playing it out like a comic book. The ending is always the same, but you get to choose how it happened.
- Multiple Endings: There is a good ending and a bad ending. Which ending you get depends on how quickly you stop the bad guys in the final scene.
- Point-and-Click Game
- The Voiceless: The protagonist. The ending subverts this.