Reviews and Problems with Angelica Weaver: Catch Me When You Can
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14 November 2014
Summary: wish the voice overs were better, hints were with her dream catcher. would have been better if she had been walking around instead of just standing at bottom. was ok passed time not sure worth price, but was ok. went back and forth from past to now time. ending was a little strange for me.
Summary: I was extremely disappointed with this game. This is the first negative review I have ever posted about a game that I've played. The gameplay was slow and clumsy. The scenes were not challenging at all. I guess I will have to do better research the next time around.
Summary: The graphics are fantastic. The lead character interesting and tough. The story is a blend of supernatural and crime elements and the time travel episodes are magical. First time through the game, I had to use the walk-through, (which you can find online), but once I got the hang of it, the game was totally absorbing. Would play it again.
Summary: I don't often replay a game, but have played this one at least twice. The storyline is complex, making you pay attention as the timeline shifts from the present to the past. The graphics are superb, and play is just demanding enough, without being impossible to move forward. I would highly recommend this to fans of this kind of game.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The game is frustrating to play. It consists of clicking on random parts of the screen to advance through to the next area with a large amount of backtracking. It also defies logic by forcing you to use specific items in certain areas when multiple items could do the same job (e.g. using the bottom end of a BASEBALL BAT to open a train floor hatch when I had a metal-tipped umbrella just a moment ago?).
Summary: Angelica Weaver is an adventure/hidden object game that has you chasing a serial murdered in the present, while trying to solve a related, unsolved case in the past. The main character has psychic powers that are used for a few things, including seeing the crime scene of the past yourself. This game is pretty stupid on all levels.
Summary: Love this game! Great mystery and not even to the end yet. I think its going to end soon, but go around the corner and there is a new adventure and more to solve. The game has been very long and well worth the price. I have not finished the game yet, but it is so good I had to write the review. Love the character Angelica Weaver great detective.
Summary: Very good adventure with clever puzzles and an interesting story but the saving system is all bugged up: if something goes wrong when you save the game you won't be able to play it ever again unless you start deleting and tweaking and messing with the file system (and even then, you have to restart the game from scratch).
Summary: I really liked this one except for having to trace the footprints - very frustrating. Luckily there is a skip feature. Interesting, educational, and most of all fun. Mini games are varied and good. I highly recommend.