Season of Mystery: The Cherry Blossom Murders

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Irene and Richard Pemberton have moved across the globe to Japan and are living comfortably in a new and exciting world. One night, Richard is found dead in his office, under mysterious conditions. The local detectives believe he has taken his own life, but Irene knows that this couldn’t have been a suicide. Help Irene find the true murderer in Season of Mystery – The Cherry Blossom Murders, a fantastic Hidden Object game.

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 186 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
Season of Mystery: The Cherry Blossom Murders


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Season of Mystery: The Cherry Blossom Murders

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Season of Mystery: The Cherry Blossom Murders 3.4 5 10 10
I just enjoyed this story so much! one of my most memorable games, very nice detective story, beautiful scenery, lots of fun!. June 3, 2013
Loved this HO The graphics were beautiful, the story line entertaining. Not too easy not too hard game play and mystery solved at the end. Would like more, along these lines, from creators. March 23, 2014
The Cherry Blossom Murders Not sure why this game receive bad reviews, but I personally like this one. Especially since this is set in Japan, my only complaint is that we re-visit the scene over and over and there is no voice over. It would be nicer if there is. The story line is okay and you'll probably not knowing the real culprit until the end of the game. Give this game a try and hope you'll like it too. June 10, 2012
MumsieBear My very first review. I almost didn't look at this game due to the previous review, but liked the idea of a mystery. I am SO sick of ghosts and other world experiences. So I tried this game and LOVED it. The graphics are lovely, the story line ok and the puzzles so-so. Fairly easy. Definitely not for experts. It is mainly a hidden object game, but was refreshing and a light delight. I do recommend this game. May 20, 2012
WAS IT INDEED A SUICIDE - VERY NICELY DONE About 4 hours, casual play. Location is Tokyo in 1897. Can you help the widow of the U.S. legal attach to Japan prove that her husband was murdered and did not commit suicide as the police ruled? The artwork was gorgeous ? it caught the beauty of the cherry blossoms in full bloom. My one complaint about the graphics is that the Japanese didn?t look authentic. Since most of the credits were of Japanese, I?m confused as to why they couldn?t portray the characters realistically. Even though the police have closed the investigation as a suicide, eventually the widow finds enough evidence to convince one of the detectives to take another look. While investigating, an additional murder at the Embassy and a kidnapping of a child occurs. The game is mostly reading conversations and searching HOS. Only a few puzzles. The HOS usually were not too difficult to find ? you could click on the object listing and get its silhouette to aid your search. Music was very relaxing. Ending gave closure all-around. July 2, 2013
Clear Images I enjoyed playing this game. The things I liked most about this game were the high quality images (making it easier to tell what an object is), the beautiful scenes and the good storyline. June 1, 2013
Wanted to Like This...But Didn't I really wanted to like this game because it is different from most of the BF HO games. I liked most aspects of the game, but did not buy it for two reasons. The hits reloaded slowly, and some objects were so small I had difficulty finding them even with hint. June 12, 2013
Well, I enjoyed the cherry blossoms the couple of traditional Japanese house scenes, and the decent story. Too bad about all those multitudes of hidden objects scenes. And a lot of them at an American embassy. What a waste! January 25, 2013
you'll go cross-eyed! Hogs are my favorite & I'm reasonably good at them; I tried this one first (always!) due to the beautiful graphics. However, by 10 minutes into the game, I was cross-eyed trying to find the itty-bittty, hopelessly blurred ho's. So very frustrating! I rarely have to use the hints, but had to on every scene on this one. Skip it unless your masochistic. Definitely do NOT recommend this game. July 5, 2013
Boring & fuzzy I found the graphics really poor using a new widescreen monitor at high resolution. The objects are quite tiny and difficult to find. Just HO screen after HO screen. Dated and boring January 10, 2012
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