Agatha Christie Wii adventure

Agatha Christie Wii adventure

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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Alex2310 said:

I love Agatha Christie. This sounds amazing!


eric wii said:

I've never heard of agatha christie. It sounds like a girl name.


Seamninja said:

I had to read this book for school! I know who did ownage.


Scooby Jew said:

Never even heard of Agatha Christie. I wouldn't mind if this game got canceled, doesn't excite me in the slightest.


wiimaster said:

Wii is getting the games at least.


Splintercell4ever said:

You guys have never heard of Agatha Christie? You definitely haven't read too much literature.

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PHiRE said:

It is a girl name, Agatha Christie is female.


mocadot said:

Some of the books were made into tv series, like poirot and miss marple. Detective stuff.


asparaWIIgus said:

The movies were good and hopefully the game will be good too.

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Nova said:

Hmmmm. Interesting.


Ekaj185 said:

I played a demo on PC. It's OK, but not my kind of game.


thelastman said:

Agatha Christie is known as "The queen of Crime". She wrote over 60 detective/spy thrillers from 1914 to roughly 1960, as well as many collections of short stories. She arguably reinvented the mystery genre with her out common plots, more based in character psychology than in material evidence. She is also the third best seller in history, after the bible and Shakespeare.


cmk said:

Looks awesome, let's hope for not sucking. And a teen rating.


DragonFoxCoon said:

Sweet. The world needs more mystery games.


Chris said:

I bought this game on PC and beat it. Don't expect any action, but it was a fun murder mystery adventure which I think would be a lot more intuitive and interactive on the Wii, making it a lot more fun.

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