The Undo series combines the theme of time travel with emotional, extraordinary stories that players must assemble piece by piece. Each time jump gives them another choice in how they can change the past — and not every change is a turn for the better!
Undo: Cherry Blossom Festival, one of the first three Undo titles, is set in Okayama, Japan in March 2000. A man in his sixties lies lifelessly on the floor of his living room, a broken wine glass and the photo of a young woman in a wheelchair next to him. The deceased wears an old-fashioned blue suit and has no visible injuries aside from a barely perceptible scar above the eye. In his jacket a telephone rings with the melody of “Moonlight Sonata” and on the table lie cherry blossom branches…
This title isn’t about solving a crime or catching a murderer. Instead, players must embrace their role as disembodied destiny weavers to go through the past of this man’s travel to prevent his death. Everyone who leaps through time carries a momentous decision that in the end will determine whether he lives or dies?