The Adventure Company Announces Wii Support

And Then There Were NoneKnown for its stable of excellent PC adventure games, The Adventure Company has made a surprising little splash in today’s news, announcing the development of a Wii version of its popular adventure game Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None, originally released in 2005. Set for release this November, And Then There Were None for the Wii will make use of the motion-sensing controls in a variety of gestures for searching for clues, turning handles, and even some all-new timed puzzles.

“We are very excited to take this new direction with our adventure titles and are certain that our fans will find Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None to be a perfect fit for the Nintendo Wii,” said Richard Wah Kan, President and CEO of The Adventure Company. “Many PC adventure game fans are having a great time with the Wii and we’d like to be the first to deliver them games they love on a console they’ve embraced.”

It’s somewhat odd that TAC chose And Then There Were None as the source of its debut Wii release given that they just put out a new Agatha Christie adventure game inspired by Murder On the Orient Express and you’d think they’d want to port the latest version, but either way it’s cool to see publishers like TAC taking on new challenges and adopting a cool platform like the Wii. And who knows, if And Then There Were None does well, Murder On the Orient Express may not be too far behind…

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