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  • Summary: The ultimate line-of-sight puzzle game for iPhone and iPad.

    The dogs have stolen all the cat art and are displaying it in their museums! You are Pickpawcket, the world’s sneakiest cat burglar. Your mission: get past the dogs and their security systems and retrieve the art.

    Pickpawcket is a game of sneaky action. Outwit the dogs with wind-up squirrels, TVs, and disguises to recover the artwork. Collect and enjoy all 60 amusing professionally-drawn cat paintings!


    - Works in HD on both iPhone and iPad
    - 60 fun levels with more to come
    - 60 delightful paintings to steal
    - 10 skills and obstacles to ace
    - 7 fun and sneaky songs
    - 30 Game Center achievements
    - Online leaderboards for each museum
    - Fun for all ages and skill levels

    Your scores are based on how fast you complete the level, the items you used and the gems you collected. Can you beat your friends? Find the fastest route through every level to boost your score. A huge variety of levels are included. Everything from the easiest of easy levels, to the devilishly difficult final heist can benefit from having quick wits and quicker fingers.

    It’s your job to make sure Pickpawcket's reputation as the best thief and pickpocket remains intact. Are you up for the challenge?
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 8
  2. Negative: 0 out of 8
  1. Aug 17, 2011
    Pickpawcket isn't just charmingly funny. It's a fun and challenging stealth game with plenty of varied levels, and one that shows off a classy touch on the part of the developer. At 99 cents it's a steal.
  2. Aug 11, 2011
    The developers also do a wonderful job introducing new elements to the experience. Bottom line, getting all those gems won't be easy.
  3. 75
    The most delightful part of the game is the art itself. At the end of a level, you get a close-up look at the painting you've recovered, and the feline reinventions of such works as Edgar Degas' The Star and Salvador Dali's The Persistence Of Memory are pretty amusing, provided you aren't a filthy dog-lover.
  4. Aug 17, 2011
    The graphics are average, the music is ok, and the controls are pretty good, though the touch controls (which are superior to the joystick) often leave you peering around your fingers to see the level.
  5. Sep 2, 2011
    Pickpawcket succeeds where it counts, with challenging gameplay that rarely dips into frustration.
  6. Aug 24, 2011
    Pickpawket is a neat little puzzler with some big ideas, and while it won't set the world alight it's still well worth picking up.
  7. Aug 24, 2011
    Pickpawcket has an abundance of personality and was clearly created with a lot of care.

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