Reviews and Problems with Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None
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User review by mathgeekgirl
19 June 2008
Summary: I have this both on my computer as well as for my Nintendo Wii. The version for the computer is not as difficult as the version for the Wii. This is defintely not for young players because of the story line in the game. I can see some replay value in this game if you really enjoy these types of games. The Wii version I believe has more replay value that the computer version due to how the game play is much different since you have to use the Wii mote.
Conclusion: First thing to say about this game is that, yes, it is very addictive and you will probably want to complete it all straight away. However, if you want a detective game, where you can make accusations and prevent any more murders, this is not it. You are guided through each task with little variation from the prescribed gameplay except in the final scene.
Summary: This is a good game in the same style as "The Black Mirror" only no where near as violent or as irritating. The storyline is based on teh novel but the story doesn't turn out the same way. There are four possible endings depending on what choices you make. You must save often though because if you miss something you will "stall" and not be able to progress. Saving at the beginning of each new "day" is a way to go.