Sunday, February 24, 2008

Games of Mystery: And Then There Were None for Nintendo Wii

Games of Mystery

, your online source for mystery-themed games, parties, and vacations, has updated its website to include one of the most highly anticipated games being released for the Nintendo Wii gaming system.

Prepare yourself for an extraordinary investigative thriller in this superb adaptation of the classic mystery, Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None for the Nintendo Wii. Developed by Dreamcatcher Interactive, the game, being released on Tuesday (but available for pre-order now) allows the user to play as the new eleventh character, Patrick Narracott, the boatman who takes the guests to Shipwreck Island. Mysteriously, you also end up trapped with the others. Command an exhilarating adventure as you solve the mystery and find the killer before you become the next victim. The game has an ESRB rating of T (Teen), content that may be suitable for ages 13 and older.

Three other Agatha Christie mysteries are currently available as games for the PC: Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None, Agatha Christie: Evil Under the Sun, and Agatha Christie: Murder on the Orient Express. All three games were developed by Dreamcatcher Interactive and are available from the website.

Information on two other recently released Nintendo games, these for the DS, that you may have missed are provided below. Both have an ESRB rating of E (Everyone).

Professor Layton and the Curious Village: In the curious village of St. Mystere, townsfolk greet each other with rebuses, lock their doors with sliding puzzles and hide their secrets within brainteasers. When a wealthy baron passes away, his will reveals an elusive treasure hidden someplace inside the village. Now it's up to Professor Layton to untangle St. Mystere's riddles and puzzles, find the hidden treasure and crack the case. GameSpot rates Professor Layton and the Curious Village a 9.0 and calls it "an extremely entertaining package that you won't want to put down." According to Nintendo's website, new puzzles will be available to download for free via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.

The Spiderwick Chronicles: Based on the Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Films' movie adaptation of the best-selling book series, The Spiderwick Chronicles video game lets players plunge deep into a fantasy world full of mystical creatures when you join the Grace children on their quest to discover the secrets of The Spiderwick Chronicles.

Professor Layton and the Curious Village for the Nintendo DSThe Spiderwick Chronicles for the Nintendo DS

Both of these entertaining games have an ESRB rating of E (Everyone). Visit our page to discover many other mystery games available for this platform.

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