Submitted by ManDemon 1115d ago | review

Angelica Weaver: Catch Me When You Can Collector’s Edition Review [Capsule Computers]

Simon Wolfe of Capsule Computers writes:

"Casual games are a pretty widespread market in this day and age, which means that there are not only lots of players looking for something fun and easy enough to play as well as lots and lots of games all vying for their time and money. One good idea for games is to know exactly who their market is, so that they can make the best quality game for those that would enjoy it. What kind of market does a game like Angelica Weaver: Catch Me When You Can go for? Puzzle for sure as their are plenty of hidden object scenes, but the game also totes its story. So, exactly what kind of player is going to have had the best time at the end of the play?" (Angelica Weaver: Catch Me When You Can, PC) 8/10

masterabbott  +   1115d ago
not a bad looking game, i might try this out.

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