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Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None

Released on 10 February 2006

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

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Agatha Christie's world famous novel, And Then There Were None, is brought to the PC with all of its original baffling suspense !
Be a part of the greatest story written by the Queen of crime and spoil the black plans of a mysterious host, for your survival will only rely on your ability to outsmart the other guests.
  • The first video game ever created based on the masterpiece of the world's best known mystery author: Agatha Christie!
  • Breathtaking third-person graphics that truly emerge the player into this thrilling mystery.
  • A challenging murder mystery that will stretch the furthest limits of your imagination.
  • 20+ hours of engrossing gameplay and fascinating enigmas to resolve.
  • New twists and turns to the original story, plus a new character has been added - YOU.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (1 review)

 Interesting adventure game

| | See all RobG89's reviews (9)

First thing to say about this game is that, yes, it is very addictive and you will probably want to complete it all straight away. However, if you want a detective game, where you can make accusations and prevent any more murders, this is not it. You are guided through each task with little variation from the prescribed gameplay except in the final scene. I certainly got frustrated that I couldn't alter the course of events and that I couldn't express my suspicions or investigate certain aspects further, although this is probably too much to expect from a PC game.

That being said, the game is enjoyable in having to use your wits in order to complete each section. The ending is ok, but less believable than the original book. Highly enjoyable, but don't expect to lead the story. Just go with the flow, it's still good fun!

Rating12+ (PEGI)
Minimum RequirementsWINDOWS 98/ME/2000/XP
733 Mhz processor
256 Mb RAM
16-bit sound blaster compatible sound card
CDROM 16x8x
hard disk - 700 mb
graphic card - 32 mb ram
keyboard and mouse