Agatha Christie - The ABC Murders
Average Rating 4 player reviews ( 2.0 out of 5.0 )
Put your investigative skills to the test in this new Agatha Christie mystery!
The ABC Murders is an adventure and investigation game adapted from the classic Agatha Christie novel. The player embodies the famous Hercule Poirot in a 3rd person perspective adventure game packed with mystery. Once again, the private detective will find himself up against a mysterious opponent who goes by the name of "ABC". Your intelligence will never have been so challenged! You will have to explore many crime scenes in various cities set in beautiful surroundings across the United Kingdom. Leave no stone unturned when it comes to cross examinations and deadly puzzles!
Observe, question, and explore everything possible in order to make the smartest deductions and understand the murderer’s plans!
- Twists and turns that will surely keep you on your toes
- Challenging puzzles throughout the game
- Put your brain to the test as you sort through the clues presented
- Build a timeline with all the clues found during your investigation
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I almost did not play this game because I just re-read this Agatha Christie book a month ago and I thought that knowing whodunnit and all characters,crimes, and clues would ruin the game for me. But I am glad I couldn't resist. All other Agatha Christie games are either straight HOG or long epic adventures. This gameplay falls in between and is GREAT!! At first, I didn't know what to do but kept chuggin' along until I picked it up. Mouse movement is slow but actually helps at times. There is no time limit. Explore all around, wait for the mouse to become red binocular icon, and it becomes an Observation Scene. Mouse is now a white magnifier that will turn green when you sweep over something important. When you can click on a character, you get a choice of red binoculars and red dialog box. Choose binocular first. You have choice of questions with witnesses. Bonus points if you CHOOSE as Poirot would choose-most polite,sometimes tough. 3D examination of clues and puzzles. Love it See more See less