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About this product
- Product InformationThe first licensed game based on author Agatha Christie's works is an interactive version of the novel And Then There Were None, also published as Ten Little Indians. Players are cast in the role of new character Patrick Narracott, a ferryman, who finds himself trapped on an island estate with ten invited guests, all of whom are strangers. Each visitor has been accused of murder by the estate's enigmatic host, and it is up to players to piece together the mystery of what is happening around them. As with most titles in the genre, the game is composed of pre-rendered 3D environments filled with icon-based "hotspots" that allow players to walk into another room, examine items, speak with suspects, and so forth -- all using the Wii Remote. To keep things fresh, the developers have incorporated new twists to the original plot, offering multiple endings that branch away from the best-selling book's conclusion.
- PublisherThe Adventure Company
- GameAgatha Christie: And Then There Were None
- PlatformNintendo Wii
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- GenreAction, Adventure
- ESRB DescriptorMild Violence
- Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
- Number of Players1
- Release Year2008
- Game Special Features
- Interact with over ten characters to learn clues
- Includes multiple endings and surprise twists to the classic story
- Features an estimated 20+ hours of adventuring
- Interact with over ten characters to learn clues
Most relevant reviews
- ppthatzmeJun 24, 2011by
Fun pretending to be a detective though graphics could be better.
I got this game at a very good e-bay price and for the money I'm having a good time! o.k. the graphics can be pretty lame and jerky when you are use to the newer games but trying to solve the mystery can be addicting!In the Wii version moving through the game is done with the wii-mote and symbols like walk, talk, take etc. instead of using the nun chuck. This takes a bit to get use to but all in all I am having fun being a pretend detective. More for players 10 and older.
- magnamothNov 16, 2010by
Interesting game more suited for old people
I bought this game used for my Grandma who recently got a Wii and reads a lot of Agatha Christie and Mystery novels. Before sending it her way, I tried it out, and got bored of it rather quickly-- it's one of those story, point and click detective games that are interesting but ultimatley too slow paced for an avid gamer. I'm hoping the slow pace, and interesting story telling (all dubbed) will provide a fun gaming experience for my Grandma though I worry that some of its complexity might make it difficult and result in many late night phonecalls by her... "GRANDSON, How the heck do you solve this case!". If you can get it cheap, and you know a realy mystery buff, I think its worthwhile to try it out.
- issgirlJul 09, 2010by
And Then I was Done
I bought this game because it was cheap and I was bored. Once I got it, it became obvious that it was an early release game, marketed for the way cool Wii technology idea rather than content or playability. One obvious defect is the terrible, non-stop music that played throughout, over and over. It is seriously horrible. AND annoying. Also, everyone has a thick accent, so you will probably have to play with the subtitles on. That, combined with the music will make you want to turn the sound off completely. But then you will be playing this awkward game in the utter silence of your home and you will begin to think of better things you could do with your time.
I didn't even finish the game. Usually this would bother me, but it was so bad I would not ever want to pick it back up. I'd sell it back on ebay, but someone would probably read this review and know that I would not recommend buying it, even if I were selling it myself.
So, if I am selling this game and you are reading my review: Please don't leave me negative feedback. It isn't my fault that this game is so horrible. I just needed the space in my game rack for newer, better games.Read full review
- ultraloJan 11, 2011by
Average game play for young people.
This is great for the amateur slouth. Doesn't follow the original mystery exact, but does give different endings according to your play. The challenges were very short and not very intense. Plan on walking alot and exploring as you go. Not for the expert RPG player. Great for kids. Finished game in three days of part time play.
- 74350840@delete...Dec 13, 2008by
A little slow, but interesting!
This is the first game like this that I have ever played. I love mysteries novels and the like, so thought I would give it a shot. I am not disappointed at all. It is not fast paced as other games are, however, this one makes you use your brain a bit. I had heard it was boring, but I feel that if you, like myself, like solving puzzles, then you will not be bored with this game.