Runaway Geisha Platinum Edition
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  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows 8 / Windows 10
  • 1.4 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 1024 MB Ram
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Runaway Geisha Platinum Edition 

Play Runaway Geisha Platinum Edition and enjoy an incredible hidden object adventure! Akiko's widowed father is sending her to the city to earn money for the family. But Akiko has other plans. When she arrives she decides to go on a quest to find her birth mother. She may need some help on this incredible adventure. Will you be her guide? Play Runaway Geisha Platinum Edition now!

  • enjoy the many Platinum Edition extras and treat yourself to a great hidden object adventure
  • guide young Akiko on an amazing adventure, and find her birth mother
  • play tons of amazing hidden object challenges, mini-games and puzzles
  • get carried away by beautiful art, breathtaking locations, and an amazing storyline
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Reviews of Runaway Geisha Platinum Edition
 | Added on: January 9, 2016
 
play it, has beautiful drawings and colors, the gameplay is simple and relaxing, the plot is very well taken care of.
 | Added on: October 23, 2014
 
This is a "period" game, set in pre WWII Japan. The music is Japanese, nice and tranquil to listen to. The artwork is beautiful, with different types including some Japanese watercolor cutscenes. There's not a lot of running back and forth in this game, and not a lot of locations. The HOs were pretty hard. There's several types of them, the standard list with some interaction; silhouettes which were quite hard as the items are Japanese themed and the silhouette might be of a little piece of artwork on a teapot, very hard to spot. There was also one where you replace objects. You could set the hint to refill fairly fast, I did and I used it a lot, lol. I figured out right away I wasn't going to get the achievement for no hints! The puzzles were mostly pretty easy with a few harder ones thrown in. The storyline was good, a teenage girl was sent to go work in a factory but takes off for the big city in search of her geisha birthmother instead. There was also a choice you could make at the end. This PE version didn't have a bonus chapter that I could find. It had origami to collect and also achievements, wallpaper, replayable HOs and puzzles, cutscenes, and maybe music, can't remember for sure. If you're going to buy it, I would recommend the SE version.
 | Added on: October 23, 2014
 
This is a "period" game, set in pre WWII Japan. The music is Japanese, nice and tranquil to listen to. The artwork is beautiful, with different types including some Japanese watercolor cutscenes. There's not a lot of running back and forth in this game, and not a lot of locations. The HOs were pretty hard. There's several types of them, the standard list with some interaction; silhouettes which were quite hard as the items are Japanese themed and the silhouette might be of a little piece of artwork on a teapot, very hard to spot. There was also one where you replace objects. You could set the hint to refill fairly fast, I did and I used it a lot, lol. I figured out right away I wasn't going to get the achievement for no hints! The puzzles were mostly pretty easy with a few harder ones thrown in. The storyline was good, a teenage girl was sent to go work in a factory but takes off for the big city in search of her geisha birthmother instead. There was also a choice you could make at the end. This game didn't have a bonus chapter that I could find, that's why I didn't rate it 5 starts. It had origami to collect and also achievements, wallpaper, replayable HOs and puzzles, cutscenes, and maybe music, can't remember for sure. If you're going to buy it, I would recommend the SE version.
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