Angelica Weaver - Catch Me When You Can Platinum EditionAngelica Weaver - Catch Me When You Can Platinum Edition
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Reviews of Angelica Weaver - Catch Me When You Can Platinum Edition
 | Added on: January 19, 2013
I personally didn't enjoy this game very much. This one has the most confusing jumping around storyline, and the fact that it jumps around so much i lost interest in the storyline i was trying to pay attention and understand. Has great graphics though and i did enjoy the hidden object scenes. I did however complete the game and did the bonus chapter at the end but i did skip all the chat logs with the story line for most of the game. This storyline was just all over the place. I think if it would of stayed with the detective on a murder case in one time frame but different areas of the city etc.... i think we might of had a great game.
 | Added on: January 9, 2013
I felt like I walked in the middle of something and wasn't told where or what I was looking for. Very confusing game.
 | Added on: January 15, 2013
I only played the hour trial but found myself intrigued. I would recommend this one.
 | Added on: January 11, 2013
I have chemo brain and am using games to improve my mind. This games is confusing because we don't have a map. When I have to go to another location, I have to click the hint button. This slows down the game and makes the game frustrating.
 | Added on: April 5, 2013
I am surprised by the modest reviews for this game. I thought it was excellent in many respects. I loved switching time periods, the mystery, the tasks and puzzles. There was even some challenge. I especially liked the bonus chapter which added an unexpected twist I did not see coming.
 | Added on: January 12, 2013
I needed the hint button often in this game. There are great scenes and some good mini-games but it's confusing. Half the time I didn't know how to use my inventory items. Storyline was strange, and kind of silly. Could have been a lot better game.
 | Added on: February 13, 2013
I guess I'm odd man out on the reviews because I thought this had an intriguing, unusual storyline. I can't give you any hints because that would be a spoiler, but I did love it. It kept me interested all the way through, and the bonus was really a surprise. It is on the dark side, involving a serial killer playing head games with a psychic detective, but I've seen darker and bloodier, so take that for what it's worth. Give the demo a try, and if you like it, go for it, because I really like the way the story came together at the end.