Travel To Japan

Travel To Japan

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After their US tour, the Hudson family is headed for faraway Japan! Join them on their latest adventure and help find over 1000 hidden objects while visiting incredible locations!

  • Visit more than 10 cities throughout Japan
  • Four game modes
  • Solve challenging mini-games
  • Stunning detailed graphics with zoom feature
  • Travel to USA

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 512 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 197 MB

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Travel To Japan is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Delightfully Different Hauntingly beautiful music, and delightful scenes. 15 HOG, Jigsaw puzzles, Mahjong, Word Search, Match 3, and Travel Card games, makes it something for everyone. I recommend this family games.
Date published: 2020-06-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Short Game! Very calming, somewhat simplistic HOG game, but that's ok, because it was a pleasant diversion. The problem is that after I bought it I only had a few more locations to play! I pretty much used up the whole game in the Demo. Disappointing!
Date published: 2020-06-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A NICE EASY GOING GAME After playing the 60 min. demo: 1. Nice music that matches the theme of the game. 2. Hidden objects, sometimes hard to find. Without the magnifier, it would probably take a little time of find some of the objects. 3. You need two stars to open up a new, locked area. You get only one star when you complete a location. Not sure how long the game is, but it seemed to offer many locations for which to choose from.
Date published: 2020-05-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from A LITTLE GRAPHICALLY CHALLENGED I have a lot of respect for this developer, but I have to be honest and call it like I see it...some of these scenes were so blurry it made the game graphically challenging to play! Some scenes were so blurry that it became downright annoying to play! What really sent me over the edge was the fact that using the Magnifier to try to clarify these fuzzy objects made it even more maddening! The magnifier was painstakingly slow to respond and lagged behind the cursor at a Lazy Turtle speed rate, as I moved the Rabbit-cursor to the left, I'd have to wait for several seconds until the Lazy-Turtle Magnifier would decide to catch up to the area my cursor was on...as the Father-Timer was tick, tick, ticking down, and the only thing the magnifier managed to do was accentuate the blurriness and the frustration level of those blurry scenes even more! The weird part was that not every scene was blurry, but none of the scenes were all that interesting either. I've never been to Japan, but I've seen some beautiful scenery on movies, television, and artwork and I could probably take a dart and throw it at any one of those virtual images and choose a better random scene than some of the dark drab visually unappealing one's chosen here...just saying, isn't this game all about representing the country the Hudson family is Traveling To? Who travels all the way to Japan to pick up a used baby pacifier at a train station? You can play in a Relaxed Untimed Mode or a Timed Mode which gives you 10-Minutes to complete each level. In my opinion, they need to include a Challenge Mode which only gives you 5-Minutes and deducts points for misclicks. You will earn a single star on each HO location and the next location requires 2-3 stars to unlock it so you will need to replay the previous scenes in order to earn enough stars to progress. Each scene has a Lazy Turtle to discover (once you find him he won't appear when you replay the same scene) and there are trivia facts before visiting each location. The Lazy Turtle was added two games ago but I don't understand why he is just a cheap plastic generic turtle and not the actual Lazy Turtle Logo which is one of the most adorable logos, in my opinion, of an adorable turtle wearing a sombrero and leaning up against a palm tree. If they used a transparent image of this logo and hid it in each scene it would be so much better and make much more sense! (free advertising too, never hurts) There are no misclick penalties and you can replay the scenes as often as you'd like, but each time the style changes between Listed Items, Silhouetted Shapes, and my favorite, Scrambled Letter finds. (which ain't as easy as you'd think) My biggest gripe is that the items remain in the same position every time you repeat the scene, and most of the time you are tasked with finding the same items over and over. Anyone can master a Hidden Object Scene if they stare at the same pattern 10 times in a row, right? The Hudson Family's trip locations include: ~Tokyo Station ~Kyoto Hokan-Ji Temple ~Himeji ~Itsukushima ~Kyoto, Nishiki Market ~Gifu, Shirakawa ~Osaka ~Kyoto, Otgai Nenbutsuji ~Kyoto, Ginkaku-Ji ~Tokyo-tea Ceremony ~Tokyo National Museum ~Iwate ~Kanagawa, Hakone ~Tokyo, Samura: Museum ~Tokyo, Shinjuku Mini-Games Available: ~Jigsaw ~Travel Cards (matching card pairs) ~Sushi (match 3) ~Mahjong ~Japanese Cities (word search) TRAVEL TO...SERIES LIST Title***Release Date***Average Rating 1-Travel To Italy (February 4-2019) 2.8 2-Travel To France (September 9-2019) 2.5 3-Travel To England (December 29-2019) 3.0 4-Travel To USA (April 1-2020) 3.9 5-Travel To Japan (May 29-2020) n/a By: Lazy Turtle Games
Date published: 2020-05-30
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Travel to Japan Boring! Same style throughout. Needs morphing objects or special objects or something like that to make the game a little fun!
Date published: 2020-06-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from snoooze I keep trying the free demos of these games and I have no idea why! Didn't even play it 10 minutes and bored! Just boring hidden object game. hate that you have to use the magnifying glass so much!
Date published: 2020-05-29
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