Agatha Christie 4.50 from Paddington
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  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 8
  • 1 GHz Pentium 3 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
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Agatha Christie 4.50 from Paddington 

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Pack your bags for murder in Agatha Christie 4.50 from Paddington, the classic whodunit mystery featuring the inquisitive spinster, Miss Jane Marple.

Elspeth McGillicuddy is riding to visit her old friend Jane Marple, when she sees a woman strangled on a passing train. She reports it to the authorities, who quickly dismiss her claims on the lack of evidence. Miss Marple however, believes her friend and sets out to solve this awful murder, but unknowingly puts herself, and acquaintances, in dire jeopardy.

Join Miss Marple in this fascinating investigation to discover the murderer. Search for clues across the English railway and countryside that will lead you to the missing body. Make a list of questionable suspects, analyze conversations for hidden meaning, and compare the facts to unmask the murderer before the trail goes cold. With beautiful locations, Carefree or Timed gameplay, and an extra unlockable mode, this stirring murder mystery is certain to keep you entertained.

Try the free trial version or download the full version of Agatha Christie 4.50 from Paddington today!

  • Join Miss Marple in a thrilling Hidden Object murder investigation.
  • Search for clues to a missing body across the English railway and countryside.
  • Make a list of questionable suspects and analyze conversations for hidden meaning.
  • Solve enigmatic puzzles and unlock an extra playing mode.
  • Unmask the murderer before the trail goes cold.
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Reviews of Agatha Christie 4.50 from Paddington
 | Added on: July 6, 2010
I like hidden object games as a rule and mysteries are always fun. I was able to get nearly to the end of the game without having to look up any helps which I liked. It's not so challenging that I couldn't figure it out. However, I'm at the end and although I know where I'm supposed to find the last thing, it's just not showing me the puzzle area, so I can't finish it. Don't know if it's a game glitch or my own older computer. Loved the game though.
 | Added on: June 30, 2010
I hsve all of the Agatha Christie games and this one is one of the best. I really like the different ways you find HOs, you get enough clues, the storyline is good. Nothing negative I can see with this game, It is a keeper for me
 | Added on: July 6, 2010
I must say I wasn't too impressed. First off, this was the easiest Agatha Christie game I've played as I got through the first 4 chapters within about a 1/2 hour using no hints. After that I'll admit to having to use some hints as some items were pretty well hidden however most of them it's back & forth between the same location, same items, and yes even the same spot. I completed this game in about 2 hours. This game was also misleading on what you have to find. For example: You're suppose to find a FOOTBALL which ends up being a SOCCER BALL. Every football I've ever seen is NOT white & black and round - LOL! Um that's a SOCCER BALL! There was a little twist on how you found the items as there would be "?" marks in the list of items to find and these "?" mark items would be in bold black print at the top of the screen. I thought the mini games could of been spiced up a bit as the one where you have to "swap" the pieces of the letter about got on my last nerve and ended up skipping those. The placing the tubes to test the food was kinda cool but then got repetative. These games are getting to be like the Mystery PI games. It starts out being great and okay for a few games but seems like after a while these game developers would try to make it more interesting. Sorry GameHouse and this is my reason for a 3 star rating. I love the Agatha Christie games but come on now, stop the madness and spice these up a bit would ya?
 | Added on: August 6, 2010
I think this a Great family game. no nightmares or graffic content. This is a fun game. I sat down and played all the way through the day I purchased. I had to find out "who done it"......Enjoy.
 | Added on: July 14, 2010
Really enjoyed this HO game, maybe because I have read the book, but even so it is a good game. The objects are just hard enough to find to make it interesting and even though you do go back to same places you look for different objects. If you love Agatha Christie you'll love this game!
 | Added on: July 6, 2010
I liked this game, graphics were good, nice story, HO well hidden and all-round fun to play. The only negative things was the mini games were a little annoying at times, but really that was a very small negative. I'd say take the free download and see if you like it too!
 | Added on: July 19, 2010
The Agatha Christie games are always worth checking out. They are solid entertainment. The games are just the right size for the money -- neither too short nor too long. Each Agatha Christie game offers cool new features that enhance gameplay and make the game more entertaining.
 | Added on: June 29, 2010
Nice HOG starring our favorite Agatha Christie sleuth Miss Marple. It is formatted a little better than Death On The Nile and Peril At End House. Some of the objects are really hidden well, and the storyline progresses quickly enough than it doesn't get boring before the end of the game.
 | Added on: December 26, 2012
This was a really fun game - I really enjoyed playing it. I liked trying to put it all together and it was fun how you were given 3 chances throughout the game to guess who the murderer was (I proved why I am NOT a detective! ha...) Good HO scenes, nice graphics, great story...very enjoyable game.
 | Added on: July 12, 2010
Not a fan of Agatha Christie but I enjoy the series of games. This one is not as challenging as the others but worth the trial. I skipped the storyline; not too into those in any game. Only downside: Returning to the same locations multiple times to search.
 | Added on: June 30, 2010
Very good story, with enough twists to keep your interest. The objects are hidden well, and for the most part you do not have to use hint to keep the game going. I did not find the puzzels all that good, so I skipped most of them. I recommend this to all , who enjoy good HOG/mystery games. Have fun!
 | Added on: August 26, 2010
loved the books and have all her hidden objects games , love detective herions, great minis to.
 | Added on: June 29, 2010
very much like the T.V. show i saw on PBS. that is cool. but, other than that a typical HOG. nothing special to me-find items/proceded to various locations/some interaction b/t items-have to find certain items to be shown the next item you need to find. it was interesting that at least one of the items you needed to find was in bold print in the conversations. the graphics were pretty good too. i liked that you can skip the mini games if you want. they were interesting, too, tho. just not a game that grabbed me and wouldn't let go...
 | Added on: July 6, 2010
I found this game good ..... not great, but good, and still enjoyable. This one seemed to me to be a bit slower paced, or not as involved as some of the other Agatha Christie's, or maybe it's just my imagination. It took me a while to get into the storyline, and I admit getting a bit confused as to who was who (most of them had the same last name), and keeping them all straight. Of course, I totally messed up who the murderer was (you do get some chances to guess before the game ends). The mini-games were intriguing and a bit different than other HO's out there. Easy, but intriguing. I got more involved towards the end with the mystery, as I finally started figuring out who was who, so I was not totally disappointed. Once in a while I would forget what an object was, because it was worded in English (as opposed to American English). Hey, in England, do they spell an automotive tire, as "tyre"? That's how it is spelled in the game, or is it a spelling mistake (?) Overall a good game, and a must have for Agatha Christie fans.
 | Added on: July 1, 2010
Pretty good game but not as hard as the other Agatha Christie HOGs. I played it in timed mode so it was a little fast paced.
 | Added on: January 27, 2012
Loved this game and I have played everything in the HO realm. Not overly hard but still challenging enough, pleasant graphics, probably best suited for those who are actually Agatha Christie fans. No gory graphics - Yeah!
 | Added on: October 17, 2011
It's really nice to be able to play a game with a familiar character. The Agatha Christie games with Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot are very enjoyable. I like the storylines and you get to try to guess "whodunit" three times before the game is over. Mini-games were pretty easy as were the HO screens. There were some really small items but not so hidden that you couldn't find them. I would love to play more games like this one!
 | Added on: December 13, 2012
I love the Agatha Christie stories, great graphics, a little challenging (some scenes very cluttered therefore hard to find the objects) great fun and addictive.
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