Agatha Christie – The ABC Murders Comes To Xbox One

Yes you read that title right, Agatha Christie is coming to the Xbox One. Have you ever wanted to Hercule Poirot? Well now you can in this point and click adventure game from Kalypso Media and French Publisher Microids. Just in case you aren’t aware of who Agatha Christie is, or even the legendary Hercule Poirot, here is a brief introduction into the original book:

The A.B.C. Murders is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, The novel follows the eponymous murders and their investigation as seen by Arthur Hastings, Poirot’s old friend. Poirot receives typed letters signed by A.B.C.. In each is given the date and location of the next murder. A.B.C. moves alphabetically: Alice Ascher is a tobacco shop owner killed in her shop in Andover, Betty Barnard is a flirty waitress killed in Bexhill, and Sir Carmichael Clarke is a wealthy man killed at his home in Churston. A.B.C. leaves an ABC railway guide with each victim. Poirot has two doubts in his mind: a) Why would A.B.C. write to him instead of the Scotland Yard or any reputed newspaper?, and b) Why did a meticulous man like A.B.C. misspell Poirot’s address on the Churston letter?

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You take on the role as Detective Hercule Poirot to solve the case of the A.B.C killer. As with any detective game you are required to collect evidence, interview different characters, solve numerous puzzles to eventually solve the case and discover the murderer.


The game is set to be released on February 4th 2016.

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