Reviews and Problems with Agatha Christie - Death on the Nile
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12 August 2014
Summary: I thought it was more of a puzzle game than strictly seek-and-find, but so far it's not. The items are very hard to find and often so tiny that I can't see them easily. Too few hints, and I prefer to have the option of "relaxed" mode rather than being forced to beat a timer.
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...
Summary: Agatha's "Death On The Nile" is enjoyable (but at times frustrating). The graphics are beautiful, the background sound isn't irritating, and the clue system and character interaction (static) are well done. That said, some of the hidden-object scenes could use the "magnifying-glass" approach.
Summary: Death on the Nile was the first hidden object game I've played on the computer. In that respect, it was quite enjoyable and I found it to be somewhat soothing to find objects that were SO well hidden.
Good Hidden Object Game, Too Bad It's A Hidden Object Game
A. Halla "sunflower822", Amazon
13 November 2008
Summary: As far as hidden object games go, this one is pretty good; however, I was disappointed that The Adventure Company chose to use this format for its 4th release. Be advised that you can find this exact game on many websites to download, such as [...
Previously purchased this game as a download on Yahoo Games
Tracey L. Scott "tsharmony", Amazon
20 October 2008
Summary: This was a fun game to play when I purchased it and downloaded it from Yahoo Games. I thought the name sounded familiar but I thought it was similiar to the previous Agatha Christie games such as "And Then There Were None", "Evil Under The Sun" and "Murder on the Orient Express.