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50

Mixed or average reviews - based on 23 Critics

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  1. 80
    Whilst "Zack & Wiki" is the Wii's first true puzzle-based point-and-click game, Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None proves to be the system's first proper out-and-out PC-style adventure, complete with a classic gripping tale filled full of intrigue and mystery.
  2. Playing And Then There Were None, you get a feeling that there's an opportunity for someone to do the whole classic detective thing properly - we're talking about playing as Hercule Poirot in a point and click style game based on one of the classic books. With good graphics too. Get it done.
  3. A lazy port of a rather under-whelming PC release. The Wii has been criticized, and rightly so, for porting over far too many sub-standard games with poorly implemented use of the Wiimote tacked on to justify their release - And Then There Were None will do nothing but strengthen that argument tenfold.