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Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None (Wii)

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None (Wii)
alaScore 80

36 reviews

Dec, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 36 reviews of Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None (Wii). The average rating for this product is 2.8/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Reviews about the action and controls are overall positive. The story and graphics also get good feedback. Comments are divided on the gameplay.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Dave Gamble (gamingnexus.com)

And Then There Were None

 

If there is anything in the gaming world that has a worse reputation than games based on movies (or, for that matter, movies based on games) it has to be games based on novels. "And Then There Were None" is a murder mystery written by the venerable...

This might be enjoyable for some of the retirement home crowd that is partial to the Wii, but everyone still having a strong pulse will want to avoid it.

Jul, 2008

Expert review by: Les Thomas (nintendoworldreport.com)

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None

 

Get ready to point-and-click until everyone's dead, even you.

Remote is used in clever ways to mimic physical action ; Stylish cinematic sequences

Three-year-old PC port shows its age ; Frustrating point-and-click gameplay ; Frustrating pace and bewildering puzzles

Hmmm... I'm thirsting for a Wii adventure game.. but I think I'll wait.

Apr, 2008

Expert review by: Brian_Rowe (gamerevolution.com)

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None review for the WII

 

They're as good as dead.

Agatha's storytelling; Clever puzzles

That amount to nothing; Modified, disjointed plot; Grotesquely excessive backtracking; Sausage-people

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Apr, 2008

Expert review by: Greg Nicksarlian (gamezone.com)

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None Review

 

The underwhelming PC mystery gets a sloppy Wii incarnation

The gameplay is clunky and underwhelming at best, but the story is so good that it boosts And Then There Were None out of the pits. Even at $29.99, however, you might as well just read the book.

Mar, 2008

Expert review by: Chrissy Williams (gamesradar.com)

Agatha Christie - And Then There Were None

 

Game title does not reflect number of copies left in stores

Some clever puzzles ; Feeling like a detective ; Good voice acting

Very pointy-clicky ; Silly motion chores ; Stuttering graphics

Still, sleuth-fans and point-and-click nuts will probably like it, and Agatha Christie fans will be intrigued by the plot changes, not to mention the multiple endings. Just bear in mind you can pick up second-hand copies for PC for less than a fiver on...

Feb, 2008

Expert review by: Matt Casamassina (ign.com)

And Then There Were None | Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None (2008) on Wii

 

If you're crazy for nostalgic point-and-click experiences, it's worth a rental. (Even at $29.99, I wouldn't buy it -- it just has too many mechanical and presentational issues.) Everybody else, wait for Zack & Wiki 2 or for a mystery game that really...

A great mystery, but not a great game.

Feb, 2008

Expert review by: Claire Wood (adventuregamers.com)

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None

 

There is something inherently creepy about many children's nursery rhymes. "Oranges and Lemons", for instance, concludes with a rather ominous couplet, while "Three Blind Mice" certainly didn't end well for its eponymous little heroes. Capitalising...

The writers had excellent material to work with, and deliver a high quality adaptation of the text, albeit with a few alterations. The backgrounds and weather effects are stunning, and there are some interesting non-mandatory puzzles

For a character-driven game, the 3D character models used are particularly poor, and there is further corner-cutting in other areas. The game suffers from a general lack of direction, sometimes making it difficult to establish player objectives

And Then There Were None is an enjoyable murder mystery with many excellent elements, but it is let down by sloppy implementation and inattention to detail.

Dec, 2005

Expert review by: (armchairempire.com)

And Then There Were None - Wii Reviews - The Armchair Empire

 

There was a time – around 1993 – when gamers couldn't get enough of the point & click mystery adventure game. Myst was the biggest-selling game around on the PC. The 7th Guest and the Tex Murphy franchise were similar games in the genre. But that was...

Expert review by: Daniel Acaba (gamingexcellence.com)

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None Wii Review

 

One of the greatest mystery novels of all times becomes one of the worst Wii ports to date.

Unfortunately almost only counts in horse-shoes and hand grenades. While the game is a budget title that still doesn't excuse its myriad flaws and failings. There is essentially no reason to buy this version when you can get the PC version for a lower...

Expert review by: Scott Alan Marriott (allgame.com)

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None

 

The 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 h