So I decided to clean my Backlog 1 moth ago (Cause I have A LOT of Steam games (a lot for me) and I got my new Laptop that should run all of my games). I wanted to start with the games I won on SG from A to Z. So my fist game was Agatha Christie - The ABC Murders.
As stated in the game title, it's based on the story of The ABC Murders a book from Agatha Christie. It's a classic point and click adventure (you can look, talk and interact with objects), in a 3rd person perspective and has a beautiful cell shading graphic (it should run on every PC). You play as Hercule Poirot, the detective of Agatha Christie. In the game you even get "Ego Points" for behave like him.You investigate in different cases. You inspect the crime scene, talk to witnesses and relatives.When you got all the clues, you got to the reconstruction mode, where you have to reconstruct the murder. After that you come to the "think" mode where you think about who could be the killer. Ive spend like 8 hours to finish this game (don't wonder, that in my steam profile are only 3,6 hours cause I play most of the time without an internet connection).
Overall it's a great short game would buy it for 5€ or less.