Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None (2005)

Video Game  -  Adventure  -  6 November 2005 (USA)
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The World's Best Selling Mystery Novel is Coming to the PC! Agatha Christie's world-famous novel, And Then There Were None, is brought to the PC with all of its original baffling suspense! ... See full summary »

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The World's Best Selling Mystery Novel is Coming to the PC! Agatha Christie's world-famous novel, And Then There Were None, is brought to the PC with all of its original baffling suspense! 10 people, strangers to each other, are all invited to a lavish estate on an isolated island. Through a recording, their mysterious host accuses each of his 'guests' of murder and proceeds to exact 'justice.' Tension mounts as, one-by-one, the number of people are reduced through the ingenious plotting of the unseen killer. Prepare yourself for an investigative thriller like never before! Written by Anonymous

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As a cinematic experience quite good as a game a bit frustrating
8 September 2007 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This game has a wonderful premise. It puts you in charge of a real exciting murder investigation. Or so it seems. Because what sounds so promising and has been for earlier movies didn't translate that well to this game. There is lot of running involved without any help of some sort of a travel system. You will do a lot of things that are unnecessary and don't have an impact on the murder mystery. In order to advance you mainly have to talk to all of the remaining characters in the game. This sounds easy. And if they stayed in one place it would be a piece of a cake. But the problem is that some characters do have the habit to wander. And the game does cheat in this aspect. Because one moment a character can be found in his room and a second later he can be gone and not to be found again. Which of course is improbable. Also most of the time you are limited to go outside when it rains (which is most of the game). This doesn't make any sense when you know that there is a killer around who can go outside and kill any moment. You do get the chance to snoop on people while they are sleeping in their rooms. But this also can be tedious since we don't actually learn anything useful. The biggest flaw of this game is that the game is too linear. Solving puzzles,riddles and talking to characters don't have real consequences for the end result. You can't prevent the murders. From what I have seen there are two main endings (one with some variations made up by the producers of the game and the original ending from the Agathie Christie novel) This game would have been the perfect opportunity to have more possible endings and murderers. At least it could have tried more to give you the feeling that you actually solved the mystery yourself. Only redeeming factor of this game are the cinematics and scenery that are beautifully rendered. I do have very mixed feelings about the atmosphere. On the one hand it is beautiful,dark and realistic. The sea water for example looks amazing,especially when it storms. But on the other hand there is a major lack of suspense. You never really feel threatened. (There is one moment that does give the impression of danger but simply is used to make the story more interesting. To bring in perspective: You can't die in the game!) And we don't get to find out who the characters really are and what they are about. No depth at all. In any production based on a Agatha Christie novel this is the most important factor. If you are able to ignore the game play and other elements that are important for a good adventure you will have an enjoyable experience watching the story unfold. But even then I will recommend to skip this and read the original novel in stead!


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