These are always fun, right? This old Commodore 64 game popped into my head earlier today and I've been trying to remember the title of it. I just sent this to the Bombcast too, but they never read my emails on air so I am going to subject BF to it. Anyone else who wants an ancient game identified please pipe up, I love figuring this stuff out! Here is what I remember about the game I'm thinking of. Hopefully none of these details are flat-out wrong, and hopefully someone will know WTF I'm talking about. - It was a fantastical kung fu kind of setting, like Jade Empire or Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. - The game was mostly a first person adventure game, but you could get into fights and go into a fighting game side view. - The game was set in a Buddhist temple or something reminiscent of that, and you wandered around talking with or fighting other characters to gather enough strength to take down the main bad guy, who I think wore Samurai armor. You could gain levels to learn new skills like channeling your Ki into an energy ball or whatever, and the titles of the levels were all mystical-sounding phrases like "Shining Lotus of the Third Eye" and things like that. - It was really easy to die, and in particular I remember a monk killing you instantly if you talked to him before reaching a certain level of enlightenment.