Agatha Christie: Peril at End House
LOVE THESE GAMES!
Very relaxing game, will have lots of enjoyment as it is one i will play again and again and again! If you like HOGS, this is the game for you.
November 25, 2011
As a lover of the David Suchet version of the series I couldn't pass up this game. It follows the story quite well. Great graphics and of reasonable challenge.
January 22, 2012
Love the Agatha Christie games
I love all the games that are bright (as opposed to dark screens). All the Agatha Christie games are terrific and fun. Please do more.
June 25, 2012
No murder this time??
This is a really great game. The hidden object area is true to the time the story is set in. The game also has a nice length. I really like that is close to the real story. Dame Agatha Christie would be proud.
February 10, 2012
Agatha Christie: Peril at End House
this game was good fun keep my brain working
September 1, 2013
Poirot Fan Likes This
Excellent game. The only thing I didn't like was how repetitive the music is. The music is very well done but they need to get more tracks. Murder on the Nile has more variety in sound. However the telling of the End House mystery was more captivating and I felt engaged. Most of the bonus pulzzles/challengers were fun as opposed to the story telling for Murder on the Nile which didn't grab me and I skipped most of its bonus rounds.
In general I don't like playing the same location twice but the art was fantastic. Sometimes they take the same location but place it at night time which is an okay work-around.
Let me also throw in that I enjoyed the Lost Cases of Sherlock Holmes but it has one track of music which eventually can get on your nerves.
I hope this game dev company makes more quality Poirot HOG games but add multiple rich sounding audio tracks wrapped in engaging story telling. These details really make a huge difference.
I can definitely recommend this game.
February 18, 2013
Fun Hidden Object Game!
The storyline was wonderful and the graphics were great! This is a very fun game and i personally like it better then the other Agatha Christies. For the hints are much easier to use and the graphics much nicer.
November 30, 2013
I found this game to be absolutely delightful. Had a ton of fun playing and I look foward to playing again. Great graphics, very clear and interesting rooms. Challenging but not to frustrating. Music very relaxing. Mini-games are alot of fun and I look forward to them as I finish an investigation. Clue and evidence gathering and review is helpful whether you know the story or not; but it's a great mystery. Best part is that Poirot is so close to Suchet's definitive portrayal that I can hear him speak! Love - Love - LOVE this game!!!!
November 28, 2013
GOOD TIMED GAME
Based on complete game. This is a good solid but timed game - lengthy. Storyline follows the Poirot mystery from Christie?s book of the same name. There are plenty of red herrings thrown in. Graphics are vivid and true to the time period. Some objects are very small, so the crisp, colorful and clear graphics really help. Music sounds like it is from that period.
Puzzles and mini-games are plentiful. They relate to the story and provide vital clues. There are no HOS; instead the objects are found within the location. The scenes are somewhat cluttered and objects not normal to the location are frequent. A riddle may need to be solved to determine what object you?re looking for. You also get tasks to do (like finding and putting toys into a basket) and riddles to solve in the scenes. After each scene, you get a clue card about a character. You need to pay attention to the clues because you?ll need them to match the clues to the characters several times, and they get more difficult as the game progresses. Ending: murder solved.
July 8, 2012
Peril at End House
Another game from Agatha Christie's series, this one is also from the book with same title. I didn't know about the book until I played this game and when I'm finished with it, I read the book to compare. The graphic of the HOG is great, although many are too small to see, and sadly the between scenes are comic style, a bit unfit for a game that is set in the 19th (?) century. Sorry if that's not correct. Still, a fun game and should be tried for mystery fans.
June 9, 2012