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Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders is an adventure and investigation game adapted from the classic Agatha Christie novel. The player embodies the famous Hercule Poirot in a 3rd person perspective adventure game packed with mysteries. Once again, the private detective will find himself up against a mysterious opponent who goes by the name of “ABC”. Your intelligence will never have been so challenged!
You will have to explore many crime scenes in various cities set in beautiful surroundings across the United Kingdom. Leave no stone unturned when it comes to cross examinations and deadly puzzles!
- Observation Sequences – In the subjective view sequences, the players must position Hercule Poirot’s sight so that he can observe the important details of a crime scene, surroundings or character, and discover the clues necessary to the investigation
- Questioning Sequences – The players can find out more information from the various protagonists of the story by selecting from a choice of questions. Hercule Poirot’s legendary insight allows him to notice almost imperceptible witness’ changes of attitude and reactions to the questions.
- Collect and Use the Objects – From time to time, players (acting as Poirot) will need to collect an object and use it at the right place on the right character, in order to progress in the game play.
- Puzzle Games – The ABC Murders features over fifteen varied puzzle games that the players will need to solve to collect a hidden object or open a secret compartment.
- Little Grey Cells Menu – In these compulsory sequences, the players will need to answer questions about the murders or the suspects, using the clues they have gathered previously.
- Reconstitution – After investigating each case, the players will need to piece together the events that led to the murderer in chronological order.