IMG Reviews Agatha Christie: Peril and End House
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Posted 12 November 2008 - 03:52 PM
Inside Mac Games has posted a review of the hidden-object game Agatha Christie: Peril and End House from Oberon Media. The game, based on the famous Agatha Cristie character of Hercule Poirot, finds you conducting searches for objects and solving puzzles in order to solve the mystery at End House. Here's an excerpt from the review:
In the game’s main puzzle you must locate various objects in an image of a room. The room that you are shown is related to the story line of the mystery. The rooms contain all types of items. As you find the items, they are scratched from the list, until the list is complete. Once the room is complete, you acquire some information about one of the characters in the story. You may also search for an item specific to the story line as you search the room. The room (or area) image is cluttered with a variety of objects, some related to the space and some just random objects. Since the areas are used more then once, pay attention to what you see, it might save you time in a later search.Follow the link below to read the full review.
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Posted 12 November 2008 - 07:12 PM
My Wife and I are Poirot fans so I bought this game a long while back. Though I finished it off lickity split, as they say in Bangkok, my wife is still enjoying the game. It follows the story of Peril at End House very well, the backdrops are well drawn and interesting and you will find things in front of your eyes that you will swear weren't there before. A pleasurable distraction.
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