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Cajun Cop: The French Quarter Caper

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$ 9.99 USD

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Join the famous Inspector Jacques Lamont as he pursues a dastardly gang of jewel thieves through the streets of the Big Easy in this exciting Hidden Object game! Scour the city of New Orleans for clues, from the haunts of the rich to gritty back alleys, to catch the crooks. Use your keen wits to bring these clever gangsters to justice as they attempt to cover their tracks and escape from Cajun Cop!

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 800 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 8.1
  • Hard Drive: 96 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Cajun Cop: The French Quarter Caper 3.9 5 11 11
Enjoyed this one very much This was a bright colorful game, some large objects, some small, but not hard to find. This was a good change from the current trend. I'm looking forward to the sequel. The game overall was very good, I will have my grandson look for some of the objects. He will like that. My only complaint is the abrupt ending without any resolution. Keep up the good work with the brightness, my old eyes loved that. March 17, 2012
Loved the game! The game was fun. There were alot of mini games. Alot of levels to play. I really enjoyed this one. November 4, 2012
Fun Hidden Object Game Great, finally a hidden object game that is just that, scene after scene of hidden object searches with some guidance but not invasive and is not preventative either unlike some other so called hidden object games. Its as good as any of the Big Family Vacation games. October 2, 2013
Disappointment I absolutely loved this game until I got to the end. You think when you buy this that you are getting the whole story. You are not! They throw in "To be continued". Really ticked me off! I want the whole game when I buy and I expect it. This was just wrong! I can't believe Big Fish did this to us. February 28, 2014
Motion issues - BEWARE Whose idea was it to make a cursor that constantly spins around with no option to turn it off !! If you have motion issues, please download the game first to find out if you can (or want to) deal with these. It also has a flashing arrow at the bottom that is always on. I am going to buy because game seems fun, graphics are colorful and some objects present quite a challenge. I am going to play for short periods - keep my left thumb over the flashing arrow - and keep the cursor off the page until I need to click on an object. August 28, 2012
Cajun Cop: The French Quarter Caper This is a well done seek and find game. I don't classify this kind of game as a hidden object game because items aren't hidden, they are in plain sight, simply scattered about the room or yard etc. There is a list of items to find, some are multiples such as 3 bullets. There is one item in each scene that require you to click on and drag to reveal the final listed item. There are sparkles that indicate another room can be searched, each room however has it's own separate list, you won't need to search elsewhere for items on that current list. There are a few items that need to be interacted with by using a set of keys on a locked filing cabinet for example. I really don't know what cajun has to do with this game, but it's really a decent seek and find game, enjoy! April 17, 2014
Liked this game had what I like about hidden object games...looking for hidden objects. Wasn't having to hit the hint button to try and figure out where to go next. June 18, 2013
Just good old fashion hidden object If all you want is a game with lots of HO screens with a few puzzles you will like this one. The story is just there to move from HOS to HOS and does end rather abruptly indicating it is to be continued. The graphics are comic book style but the HO screens are well done and there are some interaction with objects to reveal some items to be found or to open other screens. There is a hint button that refills fairly fast although you should not need it very often. July 23, 2014
good but... I liked the game because it is pure HO, no dark story theme running through and it isn't one where you have to jump through hoops before you ever get to the HO part. However, it just ended very abruptly..no warning...just a ..."ok, Joe, I gotcha" ending. I would, however, probably buy a sequel because it is, as I said, pure HO. It is the closest thing I've found to the Mystery PI series but not nearly as good. January 2, 2014
Strictly Hidden Objects This game was just scene after scene of hidden objects. There were a few mini-games where you had to find the differences or crack a safe code but nothing else. If this is what you like then it will be perfect for you. I prefer much more of a challenge. These types of games seem too simple and tend to bore me. I found it hard to continue but kept going anyway because I wanted to finish what I started. November 28, 2014
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