Agatha Christie's classic tale of mystery and murder comes to vivid life in Agatha Christie - Peril at End House, a hidden object whodunit critics are calling, "the best in the genre" and "perfect for armchair sleuths."
Nick Buckley is the last of a long line of Buckleys to inhabit End House, a majestic family estate on the shores of St. Loo. After someone makes three attempts on Nick's life in as many days, it's clear that there's a killer on the loose and Nick is in mortal danger. Help Agatha Christie's celebrated detective, Hercule Poirot, unravel the mystery and find the killer before it's too late.
Search a variety of locations for hidden clues, investigate an assortment of suspects, solve unique puzzles, and more on your quest to unmask the murderer. An engaging rendition of the classic mystery, Agatha Christie - Peril at End House features a compelling storyline, incredibly detailed graphics, hours of hidden object challenges, and much more.
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Step into the shoes of Agatha Christie's Hercule Poirot
The graphics are wonderful and the storyline closely follows the book and is very interesting. I like challenging games however I don't like a frustrating HOG with objects that are almost impossible to find. If you enjoy high levels of frustration and don't mind going blind this is the game for you. I play games to relax. This one is far from relaxing. It would be better if it had the option of playing in a relaxed mode and if it also gave you the opportunity to find more hidden hints in the puzzles. I played half of the game and then quit. There are better games of this type on Gamehouse.
I enjoyed the storyline for this game, however, as a senior citizen, I found the objects extremely difficult to find. Several puzzles I had to do over again because I could not get all the items before the clock ran out. This took away from the enjoyment of the game for me as I wound up having a difficult time following the clues to figure out what was going on.....but again, I am a senior who sometimes has difficulty seeing small objects and some of these were really small and well hidden. That said, for the most part, it was a good game, however, had I played the hour demo, I probably would not have bought it---my bad on that.
I like finding the hidden objects challenging, and this one rates high.
missclairol | Added on: September 29, 2009
This is a great game! Esp. since there are so few out in the mystery genre. I loved it and did not want it to end. It has actually been out for awhile and is very popular which leads beg......Bring out another one in the series! I highly recommend it. Great who dunnit in the typical Agatha Christie style. I found it far better than her other ones out there. I think, because the other ones are older from the cd days and older technology and this is just a much smoother more fun one to play. Probably one of my top 15 favourites of all time.
I started this game and the grandkids finished it. The reason being some of the hidden items are so tiny they are impossible to find without hints. Younger eyes can find them. It would have been nice to have a magnifying glass option. The puzzlers were fun to do and not too difficult. The story line is easy to follow and the clues help if needed. Hope to see more of these in future. Two thumbs up
sportygal2009 | Added on: November 19, 2009
I just finished playing this one and found it to be a lot more challenging in some scenes than Dead Man's Folly as I ran out of time a couple of times and had to start again but I still LOVED it. Most thing were pretty easy to find but as mentioned some were a real challenge. I could also see myself replaying the game again. I give it 5 stars. Just hope to see more Agatha Christie real soon.
ScreenName | Added on: November 25, 2009
The graphics and everything is great. What I did not like is there was no "who done it" at the end - it is given to you. I was expecting a mystery to solve at the end. It's the very same and there was nothing to solve except the hidden object rooms and the mini games. It was well done otherwise and I do recommend it - just don't expect anything special at the end.
kylakitty | Added on: February 1, 2010
Great HOG, beautifully drawn with crisp graphics. Some objects were a bit difficult to find and I had to use hints, but that's part of the appeal for me. I've enjoyed the other Agatha Christies games and this one didn't disappoint. Well worth the trial if you're unsure.
Cat_In_RV | Added on: July 30, 2012
This was the first of the Agatha Christie - Poirot series that I played, and I was hooked from the start. The stories follow her books very well. The game is so well crafted that it keeps you involved from the beginning. The scenes are rich with detail that add to the enjoyment of the game, and the HO scenes are very enjoyable rather than tedious as with some games. I wish there were many more like this one!