Agatha Christie Games

More than 30 years after her death, Agatha Christie is still one of the world's most popular mystery writers, with sales of over four billion copies of her work. She wrote over 80 detective novels,and her two most famous creations, detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple continue to fascinate readers to this day.

Agatha Christie was born on September 15th, 1890, and died on January 12th, 1976. Many of her most famous novels have since been made into computer games, where the player becomes the detective, attempting to put the pieces together and solve the mystery.

With easy-to-use interfaces, stunning graphics, and devious puzzles, these games provide yet another way to enjoy the genius of Agatha Christie. Learn more about these games, and mystery games of all types, at Mystery Game Central, a mystery game portal featuring the web's largest collection of murder mystery games and party kits, news, and links.

4:50 from Paddington

Pack your bags ... for murder! While traveling through the English countryside, Elspeth McGillicuddy witnesses a frightful event through the window of a passing train: murder! With little evidence, no one will believe her. No one, that is, except her good friend, and amateur detective, Miss Jane Marple. Join Agatha Christie and her famous sleuth in a classic “whodunit” mystery game. Uncover clues, solve perplexing puzzles and unmask the murderer before it’s too late!

And Then There Were None

In And Then There Were None, 10 people, strangers to each other, are invited to a lavish estate on an island. Through a recording, their mysterious host accuses each of his 'guests' of murder and proceeds to exact 'justice.' The tension mounts as, one-by-one, the number of people are reduced through the ingenious plotting of the unseen killer. Prepare to play the video game based on the Best Selling Murder Mystery of All Time!

Death on the Nile

In Death on the Nile, you embark on a great Seek-and-Find adventure which brings a whole new way of enjoying the timeless Agatha Christie story of Death on the Nile! Assume the role of renowned detective Hercule Poirot, seeking clues to a mysterious murder aboard a ship, cruising the River Nile. Find hidden objects, clues and the hard evidence that you'll need to question suspects and uncover the truth behind the Death on the Nile! Was it the obvious former fiance? Or the diamond thief? The answer may surprise you!

Evil Under The Sun

In Evil Under The Sun, famous detective Hercule Poirot is back in typical style, turning up at just the right time to begin an investigation into the murder of a famous actress during what should have been the start of a relaxing holiday. Taking on the role of Hercule Poirot, players can scour a stunning tropical island for clues and delve deeper into the mysterious relationships between over 20 unique characters to search out the killer.

Murder on the Orient Express

In Murder on the Orient Express, you play Antoinette, and you must help the famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot solve the puzzling murder of Mr. Ratchett aboard the historic Orient Express. Is the victim really who he claimed to be? What motive would any of the passengers have that would bring them to commit this heinous crime? It's up to YOU to find out!

Peril at End House

In Peril at End House, Hercule Poirot is at it again in another seek-and-find mystery of murderous proportions! Peril at End House celebrates its 75th anniversary with an interactive retelling that remains true to the Agatha Christie classic, while delivering an unforgettable seek-and-find experience! There has always been an air of evil at End House and it's up to the famous Poirot to unravel the mystery before it's too late!

The A.B.C Murders

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, who goads Poirot by committing murders of fiendish intricacy, in the hope of stumping the sleuth and winning the day. But of course, he won't ... will he?

Agatha Christie: Behind The Screen

In Agatha Christie: Behind The Screen, players try discover who killed Tyler Dudden. This is a VHS game, in which a 30-minute video is shown, which players pause at appropriate intervals and read one side of a numbered card to gain clues. At the end of the game, the players review their clues at attempt to solve the crime.

Agatha Christie Trivia Board Game

The Agatha Christie Trivia Board Game allows you to test your knowledge with hundreds of questions about Britain's favorite mystery writer. Agatha Christie's books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and another billion in other languages around the world. The Agatha Christie Trivia Board Game contains hundreds of questions about Agatha Christie's books, character and the author herself. How well do you know Agatha Christie?

Death on the Nile Jigsaw Puzzle

This 1000-piece mystery jigsaw puzzle is based on Agatha Christie's Death on the Nile book. To begin, you read the short story included with the puzzle. Then you attempt to assemble the puzzle pieces. No reference photo is provided, so assembling the jigsaw will take some sleuthing! Once you've completed the image, it will provide you the clues you'll need to to solve the mystery.

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Comments 4 comments

Vezo Murder Mystery Detective Game Fan 8 years ago

Hi,

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Agatha Christie Games Fan 7 years ago

Nice hubpage and a great selection of great Agatha Christie games!


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funmoojo 6 years ago

she is a great detectives stories author!


karishma smita 6 years ago

A great mystery teller of all the times

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