Summary: I love Agatha Christie's books, so getting this game was a natural. There was more to it than I expected, had to do some serious remembering where things were located when I had to go back to the rooms for more items. All in all, I really enjoyed this game and, even though I already knew "who done it", it really was a lot of fun to figure out the clues.
Summary: I bought this for my mom, who loved the trial version, but didn't quite know how to order and pay for things on this crazy computer machine. She's not too keen on "the" amazon or "the" google or "the" twitter, but she played this and loved it. I never played the game/puzzle or whatever it is, but I'm sure it's very nice.
Summary: Ahh, it hurts me to give this wonderful game just 3 stars, but I just can't give it more because of those darn bad quality objects. It was a very well thought out whodunnit-themed game, with great music, and scenes but for some reason a lot of the objects weren't of the same great quality as the other graphics. I personally hate using hints and will try my hardest to finds things on my own but in this game using them was inevitable.
Summary: I enjoyed playing this and this particular game got me into the whole "find the item" games. Since I purchased "Agatha Christie: Death on the Nile," I've played it several times, even though I do know the ending. I like the interactive hunting and seeking sort of thing.