DreamCatcher will publish a new adventure game on the Wii in November this year, it's called Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None.
The story is set up like your typical mystery crime thriller. Ten strangers are invited to a mansion on an island, each one with a dark past. Naturally, they soon start dying.
The game is made more interactive via the Wiimote, which you can use in a digging motion to uncover clues, twist to open safes and other uses in a number of timed puzzles throughout.
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