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    genkicoll

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    Runaway Geisha

    Post by genkicoll on Thu Jul 31, 2014 8:07 pm

    Runaway Geisha
    by Custard Square - July, 2014

    Available at:
    iWin as Gold Edition / Standard Edition
    GameHouse as Platinum Edition / Standard Edition



    Enter this mysterious and stunning world as a young apprentice Geisha where you will face dark secrets, hidden enemies and the powerful love of two very different men. When tragedy strikes it is up to you to fight for what you love and choose your path. Whatever the outcome you select, a heart will be broken. Breath-taking art beautifully captures the life of the Geisha, the kimonos, the blossom gardens, lantern-lined streets and ornate grand theatres.

    Please note: This game is not compatible with Windows XP.<-- This warning is not listed at GameHouse, so maybe it's fixed?

    Features:
    -Beautiful art
    -Compelling story
    -Puzzles and mini games
    -Many hidden object scenes





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    JustTheFacts

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    Re: Runaway Geisha

    Post by JustTheFacts on Sat Aug 02, 2014 12:43 am

    I had a quick look at this. It has bugs and will probably not be playable without a fix, but it is a sweet little (no so little - 1.3G) game.

    Set in Kyoto 1922, a young girl runs away to become a geisha. That's as far as I got. Nice, though, to have a new story.

    It has a nice Japanese feel to it - music, background sounds and especially the art, which is exceptional, if you like that sort. The voices, while good, kind of spoilt the atmosphere unfortunately, because they were simply "too American". The slightest hint of Asian inflection and pronunciation would have completed the flavour.

    There are standard puzzles, not difficult. And HOs that are very difficult. There is also a magical amulet, which is guiding you to your lost mother.

    All a lot quirkier than this sounds.

    It moved very slowly in the early stages.

    I'd be interested in trialling it when the bugs are fixed, but it won't be for everyone.

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    Re: Runaway Geisha

    Post by JustTheFacts on Sat Aug 02, 2014 12:44 am

    oh. Developers are Custard Square.

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