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Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None (Windows)

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Written by  :  Usman Amir (499)
Written on  :  Jan 24, 2006
Platform  :  Windows
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Summary

Very Good Game and looking forward for more Agatha Christie coming.

The Good

Very well conversion of the Novel into a great game. The Game keeps a tight grip on the player right from the beginning and it remains intact till the end.

The Sound Track is also awesome and arranges as per the game environment. The Graphics are also very nicely created. The Mansion and the surrounding as well as the side quests also makes this game real treat for the player.

The game Engine and the Graphics are also very well integrated with each other enabling the player to enjoy every moment of the game.

The Bad

Well, there is nothing much I didn't like about the game but the dialogue system could be much better giving the player chance to skip the sentences avoiding hearing the repeated narrations.

The Bottom Line

It's a very good game and a sure delight for Christie Fans. It's the same great story about 10 Strangers each is having a deep dark past which they wants to hide from everyone, but it is been revealed.

The game provides dark and creepy atmosphere and tense situations. If you have read the book or have seen the movie no matter because it provides different endings with great twists.

A sure delight for Suspense & Mystery Adventurers.