Agatha Christie clued in on Wii
The Adventure Company porting PC game Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None to Nintendo's console.
Sherlock Holmes had his funny little hat and pipe, Columbo had his trenchcoat, and soon, gamers will have their Wii Remotes. Mystery is coming to the Wii. The Adventure Company today revealed that Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None is in development for Nintendo's newest console.
The game is a console port of the 2005 PC game of the same name (which itself was based on Christie's novel of the same name), but it will take full advantage of the motion-sensitive Wii Remote. Gamers will spin the controller to turn the handles of safes, unearth clues by mimicking a digging motion, and more.
The story sees 10 strangers gathered at an estate on an isolated island, where their disembodied host accuses them of murder and hatches a devious plan to kill them all.
Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None for the Wii is due out in stores this November and has not yet been priced or rated. For more information on the game, read GameSpot's review of the PC version.
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