Agatha Christie mystery gone gold

The Adventure Company's new PC game, Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None, goes off to the factory.

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Supersleuths who enjoyed Agatha Christie's classic mystery novel And Then There Were None can look forward to The Adventure Company's PC adaptation, which the company today announced had gone gold. However, they needn't worry about already knowing how the novel ends, as the game includes multiple endings that The Adventure Company promises "will surprise even the most devoted Agatha Christie fans."

Like the book, the story revolves around 10 strangers invited to a remote island only to be accused of murder by their unseen host. However, for the game, players will become a new 11th character, the boatman who ferries the rest of the guests to the island and becomes trapped along with them.

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None is rated T for Teen and will retail for $29.99 when it's released November 8.

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