TAC Details Next Agatha Christie PC Adventure

On the heels of announcing And Then There Were None for the Nintendo Wii, The Adventure Company has now officially detailed Evil Under the Sun, the next installment in their Agatha Christie mystery novel-inspired adventure game series for the PC. As the third installment in the Agatha Christie series, Evil Under the Sun chronicles Hercule Poirot’s investigation into the murder of a famous actress. New features will include a refined inventory system, less backtracking, consequential dialogue choices that impact the game as you play and set in motion intriguing plot twists, and much more.

“Agatha Christie fans will finally get the chance to step into the shoes of famous detective Hercule Poirot,” said Richard Wah Kan, President and CEO of The Adventure Company. “We are thrilled to continue the series based on another world renowned classic by the Queen of Crime.”

Agatha Christie: Evil Under the Sun is slated to ship for the PC in October, Windows Vista compatible. Here are six screenshots TAC has released along with today’s announcement:

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