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Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None

Average Rating 38 player reviews ( 4.4 out of 5.0 )

Prepare for a chilling murder mystery!

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Game Description

Agatha Christie's world-famous novel, And Then There Were None, is brought to the PC with all of its original baffling suspense! On August 10, ten people - strangers to each other - are invited to a lavish house on an island. Through a recording, their mysterious host accuses each of his "guests" of murder and proceeds to exact "justice". The tension mounts as, one-by-one; the group is reduced through the ingenious plotting of the unseen killer. Who will be next? You play amateur sleuth Mr. Patrick Narracott, who ferried the guests to the island. Prepare to be enthralled with the video game based on the Best Selling Murder Mystery of All Time!

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  • by jgray79 on Feb 02, 2008

    THIS WAS A WONDERFUL GAME I ONLY GOT THE CHANCE TO PLAY THE 60 MI BUT I WILL BE BUYING THIS SOON THIS IS A MUST OWN !!!! I HOPE WHO EVER GETS TO PLAY THIS GAME HAS AS MUCH FUN AS I DID... See more See less

  • by iamtbreeze on Jan 04, 2008

    Great Story line! Very challenging who dunit game. Everything is not right in the same area, you actually have to travel quite a distance outside the house itself to get clue and items. I would definately recommend this game to those who like a challenge. It will keep you busy for days. See more See less

  • by dmg825 on Jan 01, 2008

    Good for a first timer playing this type of game. I found it easy to learn. I only got stuck a couple times. I would suggest this game for anyone really. Its definately addictive. See more See less

  • by Kiara2202 on Dec 31, 2007

    This game could have been so much better. The characters and storyline (with surprise ending) were great. The problem was playing the actual game. Some of the 'clues' were so obscure that you basically had to just wander around aimlessly until you stumbled across them. eg a certain bottle, batteries, bodies. I felt there should have been more 'clues' that could be solved to point you in the right direction. Some of the solutions were downright ludicrus, such as how to get through the thorns by the 2 goats. The only way I was able to play was by going to hint website (UHS) which was excellent and would prompt you with gradual hints, still allowing you to solve the game somewhat on your own. Overall, it was enjoyable was I found the hint website. Up till them it was incredibly frustrating. Also, because I didn't always discover the clues in some exact arbitraty order, the game segments would end prematurely. See more See less

  • by irelynkiss on Dec 16, 2007

    LOVE THIS GAME!!! I only wish someone had told me to press "ESC" in order to get to the main menu earlier... lol. My whole family played this and loved it! See more See less

  • by melayres on Dec 13, 2007

    one of my favorite books of all time, i bought the game without playing the trial first! graphics are beautiful, characters are great, puzzles are well worth the challenge. love the multiple ending possiblities! recommended to anyone who loves a "whodunnit", a great buy! See more See less

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