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Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders


$30.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Two story lines allow fans of the book to enjoy a brand new experience. Lots of hidden facts about Agatha Christie will likely interest fans of the author.

The Cons:Math problems and riddles make up most of the actual gameplay. No exploration, clue finding or deduction at all. Art style is merely passable.

Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders is the fourth adventure video game based on the works of English writer Agatha Christie and is released exclusively for the Nintendo DS. The story is based on the novel, The A.

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B.C. Murders, in which master detective Hercule Poirot, and his close friend, Captain Hastings, race to solve a bizarre series of murders and capture the murderer. In the game, players will control Captain Hastings assisting Poirot in search for the killer. Using the touchscreen, players will inspect crime scenes and question suspects making their own conclusions in an effort to catch the murderer before he (or she) strikes again. This game will give fans of the original book a new way to enjoy the experience while giving the new generation of murder mystery fans a chance to experience the suspense, intrigue and adventure of Christie's stories for the first time.

Specifications

  • Developer: AWE Games 
  • Publisher: The Adventure Company
  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Mode: Single player
  • Rating: ESRB: T

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    Two story lines allow fans of the book to enjoy a brand new experience.

  • 1

    Lots of hidden facts about Agatha Christie will likely interest fans of the author.

Cons
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    Math problems and riddles make up most of the actual gameplay.

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    No exploration, clue finding or deduction at all.

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    Art style is merely passable.

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    Music all follows the same ominous theme, which gets tedious after a while.

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    Infrequent check point system and awkward user interface result in lots of redoing puzzles.

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