Agatha Christie's Death on the Cards

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There has been a murder and you must use your detective skills to uncover the culprit - however the path of justice won’t be that simple for you have deep dark secrets you want to keep hidden, while trying to shine the light of truth on to this dastardly deed! 

  • Easy to learn, quick & fun to play in 20 - 40 minutes.
  • 2-6 Players
  • Designed to appeal to the huge audience for thrillers, murder fiction, true crime and the works of Agatha Christie
  • Features all the major characters from her works such as Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple.
  • Created to embed the core narrative methods of Agatha Christie’s works; everyone is guilty but only one person is the murderer.

Strong variety of gameplay as different numbers of players gives a different experience.

2-6 Players / 20-40 mins playing time / Age 10+

Want to peruse the rules?  Check it out here!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Engaging new Card Game

As a Christie fan and an avid board and card game player, choosing to get this was a no-brainer. I’m going to list my favorite parts of the game and then one aspect of play that I feel is flawed (and I am willing to admit it maybe my own misinterpretation of the rules). Before reviewing, I must state I have only played the two-person version of this game so some of my impressions may change upon playing with more people.

-Fun artwork
-Great quotes
-Smart tie-ins of rules to detectives’ personalities (ie. paring Tommy and Tuppence cards)
- 2-play mode
-Great gift for Christie fans!

Now the flaw:
-The murderer, whom is known in 2-play mode, can rush the game through at the end of his or her turns by discarding all their cards and drawing new ones, thus depleting the draw pile and getting closer to the Murderer Escapes Card. I’m not sure how important this would be in modes of 3 or more, but I think in general there should be a limit because there aren’t too many Delay the Murderer’s Escape cards, at least, not enough to keep the murderer from doing this. In a 3+ player mode, someone doing this would be rather quickly identified as the murderer and the other team members could then gang up on them, plus, the murderer would have to wait for at least two player to play before being able to attempt it again. This of course could easily be remedied with a rule putting a limit per turn on draw cards.

That said, the game is a lot of fun and entertaining!

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