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Agatha Christie (video game series)

The Agatha Christie series is a series of adventure games developed by AWE Games and published by The Adventure Company, based on the works of the English mystery writer Agatha Christie.

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Developed primarily for the PC, three games in the series have been released to date: Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None, released in October 2005 for the PC, with a Wii version of the game released on 8 January, and Agatha Christie: Murder on the Orient Express, released in November 2006 for the PC. The third game in the series, Agatha Christie: Evil Under the Sun, was released in 2007.[1][2] The fourth and most recent iteration in the series, 'Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders for Nintendo DS', based on The ABC Murders, was released in 2009.[3]

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