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A new chapter in DS murder mystery games.

Agatha Christie’s A.B.C Murders tells the story of Captain Hastings and Hercule Poirot as they attempt to solve a series of bizarre murders committed by an elusive madman. Going off the simple clue of the A.B.C railway guide left at the scene of each crime, Hastings and Poirot follow the leads to Andover, Bexhill, Churston, and Doncaster trying to apprehend the killer before the next crime is committed.

In Agatha Christie’s A.B.C Murders for the Nintendo DS™, players control Captain Hastings as they live the mystery of the A.B.C. Murders. Using touch screen controls; players will inspect crime scenes, question suspects, and draw conclusions of their own in an effort to catch the criminal before the next victim is slain!

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Posted by James Newton

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Sneaker13

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Sneaker13 said:

I'm reviewing this for my Dutch adventure website (Adventure-Island.nl), but I'm torn. Not a lot of adventuring, but the story is good, the graphics and sound ok and the puzzles (even though the reason behind most of them is stupid), they are pretty challenging and are puzzles that make you think about it, long after you have put your DS away. I do miss a notebook feature like Hotel Dusk, a notepad and a calculator provide a lot of help to me so far.

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