Summary: I bought this game because I'm not an avid gamer....I have never finished a game before...and the ones that require skill and shooting always make me angry because I suck at them. This game at least had none of that. But.....although this game is relatively easy (all you do is pick stuff up, talk to people and go from room to room....screen to screen to advance the game), I would not have gotten through it without several cheats online. I would have given up.
Summary: First of all, it's important to explain what type of game this is. This games is a traditional, 2D, point-and-click adventure game. You walk around and explore, talk to people, collect objects and clues, and solve puzzles. I'm a big fan of these types of games, but if you're not as a rule, I would skip this. As a long-time adventure gamer, I was waiting for the Wii release to play this game. If you've already played it on PC, don't bother. It's exactly the same.
Summary: I'm not an avid gamer. I just got the Wii for myself a couple of months ago, and have found most games frustrating, and not particularly interesting. This appealed to me, because I love puzzles, and I don't have to be a pro-gamer to manage the controls (just the remote, it doesn't require the nunchuk). But, considering the state of the art of gaming, I was amazed at how primitive the graphics are. Rather reminds me of the old days of "King's Quest"!
Worth a look if you're a fan of this genre of game
20 October 2009
Excerpt: This review is for the Nintendo Wii game, Agatha Christie - And Then There Were None. The game was released for the Wii in February 2008, having already been released on the PC. This game is based on the Agatha Christie of the same name, and is the first time that this title has been turned into a computer game.
Has its flaws, but ATTWN's atmosphere elevate it from being a run-of-the-mill experience
8 September 2008
Excerpt: I was never a massive fan of point-and-click adventure games. This was probably because they always involved too much thought and were often too cryptic (for me at least). The result of which was often me flicking through my inventory trying to combine a cabbage with a spanner in order to progress. Therefore it was with a little trepidation that I acquired the Wii version of Agatha Christie's best-selling novel 'And Then There Were None' (ATTWN).
Conclusion: This is a point and click game which you play the main character - Naracotte who has been stranded on the island when the killings start happening. It is an interesting game but slightly annoying as not too many puzzles.
Conclusion: This game is one of the worst ones i have ever played. The games consists mainly of puzzles, which at fist are ok, but after doin them 5000 times they are the most boring things. OK at first, unless u are a real fan stay clear.