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Angelica Weaver, a detective on Chicago's Special Task Force, must use her renowned deductive skills to stop a present day killer. The only way for her to get ahead of this killer is to first identify a murderer who escaped justice over a hundred years ago. Angelica has the ability to connect with the dead. Through supersensory visions she is able to jump back and forth between crimes scenes on the streets of historic London and present-day Chicago where the victims reveal to her their final moments. Work with Angelica as she puzzles her way through the past and uses her insights to stop the pattern in the future in this hidden object puzzle adventure.

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Angelica Weaver: Catch Me When You Can is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 67.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A gripping game - cityscapes and detective work ! Details in the detective’s work are discussed thoroughly step -by-step, but the game does not sink to sharing details of gore either verbally or visually. You do hear the words ‘violence’ and ‘brutality’ and whether the victim(s) have been stabbed. If you are looking for a gore-fest, this is NOT it and I didn’t find it disturbing, since there was no focus on suffering or cruelty. No blood, no analysis of the serial killer’s mental state. The cat and mouse game that the killer plays is enough to keep this story involving and interesting. It was very refreshing to be in the city GRAPHICS: Good, clear, relaxing. You are in cities, alleys, garages, train-stations and trains. Filled my whole screen, even if you choose the smaller screen it almost fills the whole screen. HOPS: Very nice! Quite a few. 20? PUZZLES: Quite a few. SOUNDS: “Music” and “Sound.” The music is very atmospheric and I had it on most of the time! It really helped set the scene. Sounds are well-balanced, and I didn’t find anything annoying. HINT: You CANNOT CHANGE DIFFICULTY once you’ve started. I played in Hard mode, but you still get hint (which I was glad, because I couldn’t change), but it takes a good 30 seconds or more to recharge. MAP: NONE INVENTORY: Stays visible JOURNAL: YES CHARACTERS: Angelica talks you through her thoughts as she investigates the crimes. She is thorough, street-wise, and she does not get ruffled. As she analyzes the crime, she periodically comes across a ghost or has some other psychic connection experience, that helps her determine what actually happened. NO mouth-movement. Great voice-over. OTHER: This is an SE, but there are 40-70 police badges to collect!! (Once you’ve collected 40, the number suddenly jumps up to 70 to collect). There are some achievements too. Please make another one in the same style! Same graphics, same sound-type, same lack of gore/ lack of unpleasantness, same character, just a new story.
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great detective story with supernatural twist I completed the SE version on hard in about 5 hrs. Three difficulty settings that are not customizable. You get a journal but no map. I very much enjoyed this game. Graphics and sound are top notch, very good voice-over. The story was pretty good, but it was a bit drawn out in the beginning and felt a bit rushed towards the end in comparison. Still, they managed to keep it interesting and even give it a sense of urgency. Despite this being the SE version there are two types of collectibles (one you need to fill up hints which you don't get to collect if you play on hard) and achievements. I very much liked the minigames and HOGs in this game. Both were really well integrated in the storyline, even the HOGs. You not only get items you need to progress but you also sometimes find items that are relevant to your case, e.g. an empty ring box, and you hear an explanation which conclusions Angelica draws from that ("The victim didn't wear a ring and the ring box is empty - Took the murderer the ring as a trophy?"). In some games the HOGs take you out of the story, here they contributed to it - great! Like the HOGs the minigames fitted the story very well and were for the most part of medium difficulty. Some unusual ones as well that I hadn't seen before. The rest of the game was entertaining as well and probably the only HO game I've played in which I didn't have to find an ornament to open a box even once. Instead there was a nice variety of things to do and find, from finding something to pacify a dog to repairing street lamps. As I mentioned at the beginning, there is no map in this game, but I didn't miss one at all. The active areas aren't too large and if you manage to pick up all items in the first go there isn't much running around required. Overall a very good game with a lot of fresh ideas, relatively long and with a good challenge level. Try the demo, it gives you a good feel for the game.
Date published: 2015-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Buy this game it is fantastic. Loving this game. Story is intriguing, games are super fun and different, only problem may be the things hidden in the dark. But in defense of the game's story it all makes sense, to make you investigate further. Art work is totally breathtaking. I found myself just pausing to enjoy the city scenes. I'd recommend this game in a heartbeat.
Date published: 2015-03-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great start to what I hope is a Weaver series I loved this game. It was very clever with the back and forth through the timelines. The mini games were very diverse and the challenge level ranged for easy to hard. I liked how the game let you be a detective and having your suspect hot on the trail. The game was very fun for me and I thought it was very different from the average fairy fun game. I am shocked at the fact that not more people are recommending this game. I would like to see more games like this in the future.
Date published: 2015-02-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun Game to Play I've played this game a couple of times. I really enjoyed this game.
Date published: 2014-11-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Caught ya! Very enjoyable hiden object game with not too easy puzzles and a few jumps along the way if you keep the sound up - loved it!
Date published: 2014-07-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Firing on all 12 cylinders! This review is based on a complete playthrough of the game. I haven't given a game straight 5 stars since Fate's Carnival CE. This is a very different style of game, but it's just that good. The story is 100% tied up in the SE ending. THE GOOD: The graphics. A very 'realistic' feel, while staying away from trying to go 'photo' real. The bust of Angelica next to your inventory keeps moving as she makes different facial gestures or expressions. Sometimes she reacts to things you do. The music fit the game perfectly. No overbearing background music to turn off. Sound effects were done and timed as well as the voice overs. They solved the 'lip synching' issue by simply not showing her full face while she's talking. The character Angelica Weaver is brilliant. Think "Criminal Minds" meets "Dr. Who". You're a psychic criminal investigator. The focus is almost entirely on the investigative side with 'time travel' thrown in, though you do briefly meet two 'spirits' during the game. You have achievements to earn, some for getting things on the first try - so if you miss it it's gone (till your next replay). Others for completing the game with no hints or helps, or solving a puzzle 'efficiently'. You keep credit for ones already done when you replay. Collectible badges to find as well. The puzzles were creative and challenging. Some are variations on standards with a few that don't turn up very often. Enough challenge for me to work my brain without being over the top hard. HOS were clear and well lit: list type with some 'crossword puzzle' type clues and some things 'hiding'. You comment on some of the items you find (you're looking for clues, after all) even if they don't go into your inventory. Other parts of the list are random - so no simply memorizing the first scene to get the one minute achievement. THE BAD: No map. Personally, I found this to be a positive thing: you're an investigator, make your own; but I know I'm probably in the minority on that one. There wasn't a lot of senseless back and forth at any rate. Once you choose your difficulty level there's no changing it - even on a replay. If you want to try it harder/easier you have to make a new profile and start with a clean slate. Dreamweaver symbols over the HOS on the middle difficulty. There weren't that many scenes though, so it isn't as bad as it could've been. THE UGLY: In the beginning, and a few other places they do that 'wiggle' thing with the screen where the background moves a bit when you move your mouse. But it doesn't do anything: there's nothing to find hidden 'behind' things - it's just a 'feature' thrown in with no purpose, made worse because it doesn't even stay for very long into the game. BOTTOM LINE: A great game. It was plenty long, and felt 'complete' on its own. If you can live without the 'bling' and bonus chapter of the CE, this is a great mystery/adventure game (and my new current favorite, replacing Grim Tales: Bloody Mary).
Date published: 2014-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This One Is The Better Value This is a really cool game, different than most, with some of the best graphics out there. You are Angelica Weaver, collecting evidence of a murder, but Angelica can see the past and present and feel what the victims are feeling at the time of their murder! This one still has collectible badges and you still earn hints by finding dreamcatchers. Other than a built in Strategy Guide and a bonus game, this one still has most of the bells and whistles for half the price. The hidden object scenes are slightly interactive list finds where you may have to move a pillow out of the way in order to find the next item. This is a unique and creative game that you are sure to enjoy!
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GET THIS GAME!!! But SE or CE? Let me help you decide. Played in two different cities at two different times with dramatic parallels drawn between the two, this is a very exciting game. Half the game is located in late 19th c. London and half in present-day Chicago. The protagonist, Angelica Weaver is able to "mind-port" from one time and place to the other. Angelica Weaver is the protagonist and absolutely the star. This isn't a "first person" game where you're you're pretending to be Angelica. Yes, you control the action, but this is a "third person" game: while guiding Angelica's actions, you watch her draw conclusions. To me, this makes the game a little more real than the make believe" games. Adding to the realism, Angelica has a very discernible midwest accent, (and, if I may say, a very clear midwestern sensibility. This adds to the feel of the story). When time travel is involved you know that you're in a total fantasy. This was treated as realistically as possible. As a result, the game is as believable as possible and the story line is SUPERB...especially as it juggles the different time and place settings. I don't want to ruin the story so I'll just say what becomes obvious early on: there's a killer who has plied his trade in both times and places. OR, is it a copycat???? The game features HOGs, Puzzles and something I can only describe as "challenges," adventures that are not puzzles but require accomplishment. Already this game is better than most because of the breadth and depth of challenge. One particular challenge took me at least 30 minutes to accomplish. DON'T LET THAT DISSUADE YOU: I LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF IT. Yeah, it was hard. Yeah, it was frustrating. The longer I tried to "do it" the more adamant I was. I was going to beat it and not press "SKIP." I don't regret a minute spent on it. The HOGs were as good as, if not better than, others which I've played. The puzzles were better than most. The "Other" category is something I've never seen before and it is special. You'll know what I'm talking about when you play it. As for the "feel" of the game, or, the "set design," as I like to call it, it was excellent. I felt like I was in a Chicago neighborhood and I felt like I was in last-century London (or what I think last century London would be like). Every aspect of the game supported it. As a testament to how great the game is, the puzzles were "time-space" appropriate: you had to do things and solve puzzles which made sense for the era you were in at the time. I'm finding it's hard to do this review without revealing anything....so this seems a little spacey, I know...but the game is SO FUN and SO EXCITING that I don't want to take away a minute of the pleasure. Sorry. JUST TRUST ME. YOU WANT THIS GAME. The question is whether to buy the CE or the SE. With this dramatically reduced "Catch of the Week" price for the SE, I would jump on it! I bought the CE and I don't think it's worth the huge price difference with the special now available. Here's what you get for the extra $$$: a) A bonus chapter. It's not long. It's a surprise. I don't know if it really adds to the game. b) Achievements. Does this really mean anything? You're not entered into any Gamers Hall of Fame. You know what you've done. Personally, I think achievements are gimmicky. If you play the game well you'll get the achievements. If getting a "virtual trophy" for completing HOGs within a certain amount of time and without using hints is important, then, by all means.... It's a personal preference and not an important one for me. c) HERE'S THE ADDITION THAT MAY MAKE the CE WORTH IT: Collectibles. There are two. One is pure collectible, the other is tied to available instant hints. While not integral to the story line they absolutely add another level to the game and quite a bit of fun. Gathering the collectibles will cause you to flip the "be alert and watchful" switch. BUT: you will get to certain points of the game which, once completed, can't be revisited. If what you enjoy about collectibles is "getting them all," then once you miss one and can't return to the area, it's all over with anyway. UNLESS YOU START THE GAME OVER FROM THE BEGINNING. Determining the value of this feature will tell you which version to buy. If it were me and I could get SE at the special $2.99 price, I'd grab it in a heartbeat. ONLY AFTERWARD, if I loved the game enough to warrant it, would I spend the extra $13-$16 extra for the collectibles. d) An Integrated Strategy Guide. Definitely very helpful, but you can find walkthroughs without paying extra. e) Additional Skill Modes which, like most, give you options from "quite a bit" to "almost zero" in-game assistance. f) The usual "who cares" extras: Screen savers, Wallpaper and Unlimited Hidden Object Play." Whatever you decide to do, just make sure you get one of the versions of this game without a doubt. Make the choice based on the differences (and the only important difference is the collectibles). While I enjoyed them enough to play the game a second time after blowing them the first time, I would still jump on this special price. HEY I KNOW: download the CE, find out what the collectibles are and determine if they are worth it to you!!!!!!
Date published: 2013-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really good game I truly enjoyed playing this one. The storyline is interesting, the games are fun, and the graphics are excellent. I hope there will be more along this line.
Date published: 2013-10-28
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