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Fun game. It had the same game play as the other Agatha Christie mystery games. And, like the other games, you almost always need to reference the guide at some point in the game. This one had even more of a need to reference a guide than the "And Then There Were None" mystery game when it came to combining items. However, this was a much more interesting story, and they had a few more interesting tasks. They also made most of the map available at the beginning of the game, which made it seem like you had a little more freedom to explore. Overall, I thought it was fun. These games aren't keepers, or even ones that I'd want to play more than once. But definitely an enjoyable weekend adventure!
Enjoyed playing this murder-mystery. If you like the "who done-it" type of games, then you'd enjoy this. Not a spoiler but you'll never be able to solve this for sure until the sleuth tells you at the very end....Not much for replay value so it is a definte rental.
If you've got plenty of time to burn, this game is for you. After starting the game, you are subject to an eternity of story building...most of which is not entertaining nor interesting and your interest will begin to fade away. After two hours of walking around, searching for clues, etc. I might have gathered a few items that would be of use to me at some point in the game, but by this time, I didn't care. I'm a patient person, but I couldn't wait on this game to get interesting. I sent it back in a couple of days.