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.
Summary: I enjoy Agatha Christie's novels with Hercule Poirot and I was somewhat dismayed that there was no voice acting for any of the characters in this game. It would've been nice if David Suchet had agreed to voice Poirot, as the written dialogue had his characters' usual spark and wit. However, this is a forgivable point, as this was a very well executed seek and find game with the atmosphere of high society travelling in Egypt during the 1920s.
Summary: Overall I liked this game. There were a few things that bothered me though. I really enjoyed the story and the gameplay. I thought the length of the game was good. It took me a few nights to get through it. The thing I didn't like the most was that items were occasionally very difficult to find. I always had enough hints if I ran into problems, but I hate needing to use several hints to finish a level. It also seemed a bit picky about where you clicked on an item.
Summary: Like others have mentioned I also expected this game to be like the previous Agatha Christie adventures. But alas, it was more like Mystery Case Files. It was definitely wasn't what I was expecting, but since I personally enjoy hidden object games (like MCF etc.) I did enjoy it. Though I do wish that they would have spent more time making it. Like instead of having the user READ the dialogue I wish they would play it too.