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  • I consider this an adventure game of the highest rank
  • Unpredictable (which makes it constantly interesting), well made graphical details, and of course a very good story in the bottom of it all

    • by limonar
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      The most famous novel from the detective story writer Agatha Christie has turned into a game. Yes, Agatha Christie is the one who wrote about genius private detective Hercule Poirot in Murder on the Orient Express for example, but this story does not involve that man.

      We have


      ten different characters who are all invited to an island far out in the sea.

      Each of these characters have something in common - they hide horrible secrets of the past.

      One by one these characters die.

      Your job as a player is to be the detective, he ...


      • who finds out who the killer is, but more importantly for a good detective - the motive.

        This is mostly a game for the fans of Agatha Christie I suppose, but really, who doesn’t like a good detective story once in a while?

        I consider this an adventure

        game of the highest rank.

        Unpredictable (which makes it constantly interesting), well made graphical details, and of course a very good story in the bottom of it all.

        It may sound quite simple, but actually it\’s a lot more tricky than you’d expect.

        Time to use your brain capacity here.

        Who could the killer be?



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