Set sail for murder and mayhem in Agatha Christie™ - Death on the Nile, a thrilling whodunit that has critics saying, "is a good bet for detective wannabes and hidden object fans alike."
Linnet Ridgeway, a wealthy heiress, has just been discovered murdered aboard the luxury paddle steamer S.S. Karnak. Acting as supersleuth Hercule Poirot, it's up to you to solve the shocking mystery as you sail along the exotic Nile River. As you start your interrogation, you begin to uncover each passenger's secret motive and realize that everyone is a suspect. Was it the betrayed maid, the disgraced writer, the jealous former fiancé - or someone else?
Featuring a thrilling storyline, beautifully detailed 1930s scenes, and startling twists at every turn, this suspenseful hidden object mystery offers hours of exciting gameplay. Explore 24 rooms, with 12 investigation levels and multiple mini-games to solve along the way, such as matching Poirot's observations to the corresponding suspect. It's up to you to piece together the clues and solve the murder - before the killer strikes again.
Try the free trial version or download the full unlimited version of Agatha Christie™ - Death on the Nile and help solve this shocking mystery today!
Solve an Agatha Christie™ classic in this Hidden Object mystery.
Assume the role of renowned sleuth Hercule Poirot.
Uncover a suspenseful murder plot while sailing down the Nile.
Find historical objects in amazingly detailed 1930s-styled rooms.
This was really fun, speaking as a fan of Agatha Christie. I've played a couple of the other Agatha Christie games, but this one did the best job of capturing the spirit of the book. It was faithful to the plot-line, as were the various rooms. The vast majority of the items were "period," and many were very well hidden! There were at least two rooms that were deceptively tidy. The first time I went to one of these rooms, I couldn't believe that anything could be hidden there! I've only played through once, so I can't fully testify to the replay value. I did, however, time out on one level (I can't remember the last time that happened to me in a hidden object game!), and when I replayed that about half the items were different. The items that are clues to the mystery were, of course, the same. If you were to replay it, you'd know the outcome of the story already. Of course, you might know that the first time through if, like me, you've read the book and/or seen the movie. This was fun!
Very good hidden object game, I think this is the best game than all the other Agatha Christie games. I would recomend everyone to play it!
dipper | Added on: June 3, 2010
great game sticks to the original story line really enjoyed playing this game.
nevay | Added on: January 5, 2010
It's not really original. Truly it's just another HOG.
MrsMummy | Added on: January 29, 2010
I loved this game. I am a huge Agatha Christie fan and it's true to the story. Really great graphics and no messing around to play. Good length. The only issue I have is replay value....I feel once you have played the game it's not much fun to do again as you can easily remember where items are. That's the sad part of these great games....there are too few really good ones and once you play them you want more. This is a AWESOME GAME for 1 play.
This is my favorite of the three Agath Christie/Poirot adventures. It follows the story line very well, and the scenes are richly drawn with an amazing amount of detail. The HO scenes are crisp and clear, but even so there are always one or two things that take a while to find. I have played all three games more than once and still find them very enjoyable and engrossing. Wouldn't it be nice if all HO games were this well done!
Enjoyed game so much had to purchase during trial time. Have replayed and each time things seem to be better hidden and in different places. Stays true to the Christie book. If you like Christie books and liked this game I recommend Perils at End House and Dead Man's Folly.