Fun & Games
This page on Hercule Poirot Central is simply for amusement. Returning after quite an absence is "Herculego Poirot", our Belgian detective living in the LEGO world
of bricks. He shares with you crime scenes from his famous cases in LEGO form. Additionally, Herculego asks questions to test your knowledge. ALSO returning to HPC after a short hiatus, are
the classic crosswords introduced back in 2004. Some have been updated to include more clues and new crosswords have also been added. At the time these were offered, there was no other place where
you could find Agatha Christie-related crossword puzzles online.
In "Quizzes", you can test your knowledge and share with others how well you did. These test your knowledge on a variety of topics, all to do with the world of Agatha Christie. How would have
the newspapers' headline news appeared if Agatha's crimes had made the news of the day? Take a look at "Murder in the News", originally featured on HPC's Facebook page. Check out the "Victim Verses",
too. These are poems told from the victims' point of view. These were originally shared only on Facebook, from September 2013 to March 2014.
Enter into the unique world of Herculego Poirot, the detective solving cases in the LEGO format. Test your knowledge by identifying crime scenes and answering challenge
questions. Click here to get started in viewing the photos and assist Herculego and his allies.
LEGO, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group.
Think you know Agatha Christie? Hercule Poirot, maybe? Challenge yourself with these crosswords, old and new, online right here! Don't have time to solve the clues? Then
print these out on paper to solve the mystery later.
A mystery is a puzzle with scattered pieces that need sorting out. Click here to challenge yourself at putting the pieces together. Puzzles vary in
Test your knowledge of various things Agatha Christie with these quizzes. Quizzes vary in degree of difficulty. Try a quiz on the screen or print it out for later.
If Agatha Christie's crimes had made the headline news in the day, how would they read? We play along with this idea, which originally was featured on HPC's Facebook page.
Victims in Agatha Christie's mysteries recount their stories and deaths in their point of view. Recited in poem form, these Victim Verses originally were featured on HPC's Facebook page.
Click here to view the first 23 poems shared on Facebook.
Do you have the same gray cells as Poirot, but lack the look? You can now look like Poirot yourself. Click here to cut out your own Poirot mask to wear.