Agatha Christie The ABC Murders Nintendo Switch Game
- An adventure where your intelligence is your best weapon to overcome all the challenges facing you!
- you can collect information by examining suspects and paying attention to what they say it and how they feel!
- you will have to solve puzzles in order to obtain more clues!
- depending on the clues collected, you will be able to make deductions and find out more about the murderer
- as you draw conclusion and progresses through the story, you can use poirot's time line, that is build with all the relevant events revealed during the investigation
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- Productafmetingen : 10 x 1 x 17 cm; 20 gram
- ASIN : B08F2ZZG8B
- Modelnummer item : AGA-SWI
- Gegarandeerde software-updates tot : unknown
Once again, the famous Hercules Poirot has to investigate and solve the crimes of his mysterious opponent who goes by the name of ABC. In the ABC murders, you will embody the well known private detective in a 3rd person perspective adventure and investigation game adapted from the classic Agatha Christie novel. You will find yourself against a murderer who will challenge your intelligence in a game full of riddles.
Explore many crime scenes in various cities set in beautiful surroundings across the United kingdom.
Leave no Stone Unturned when it comes to cross examinations and early puzzles! Observe, question and explore everything possible in order to make the smartest deductions and understand the murderer's plans!
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I was hoping way more for an interactive Agatha Christie mystery. Insofar as a well written and acted but somewhat lo fi graphics affair. A lower budget LA Noire if you will, as I'm aware this is a relatively small studio. This isn't it. The voice acting is serviceable at best.