Summary: The ABC Murders is an adventure and investigation game adapted from the classic Agatha Christie novel. Assume the role of the famous private. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Agatha Christie's beloved classic The A.B.C. Murders sets Hercule Poirot on the trail of a serial killer. There's a serial killer. The ABC Murders will be the fourth Christie novel worked on by screenwriter Sarah Phelps for the BBC, following the likes of And Then There.
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But in the original there is no the abc murders looking "Anita Eckbert" character. There is a gentleman named "Alexander Bonaparte Cuff" Donald Sumpter whom pieces of evidence from the police suggest is that homicidal killer.
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He the abc murders a quiet, respectable type - a lover of chess. And when Poirot meets him he realizes that Cuff could not be the killer. Another awful feature was that whenever Poirot is speaking you can press X to shut him up not O, like it should be.
So whenever he's mentioning to himself that he hasn't solved the puzzle yet, you have to press X, wait a couple of seconds, then press O to undo whatever was wrong. The abc murders yeah, and L2 to interact, instead of X. It's frustrating every single time.
This time the setting is the s; a time when the nation is dangerously divided and suspicion and hatred are on the rise. The abc murders the midst of this Poirot faces a serial killer known only as A. First the killer strikes in Andover, then Bexhill.
A young, flirtatious part-time waitress in Bexhill. Sir Carmichael Clarke — A. A rich, childless old man from The abc murders. George Earlsfield — A. A barber by trade, killed at a cinema in Doncaster.
Considered illogical to be a victim in the pattern of A. Franklin Clarke — The killer of the case. Sir Carmichael's aggrieved younger brother and his immediate successor.
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A member of the Legion assisting Poirot in the investigation, responsible for inspiring Poirot to form the group. Mary Drower — Ascher's niece.
A member of the Legion assisting Poirot in the investigation. Megan Barnard — Betty's elder, sensible and comparatively down to earth sister.
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Initially a suspect in her murder, he later becomes a member in the Legion. Thora Grey — Sir Carmichael Clarke's attractive young assistant. Alexander Bonaparte Cust — An epileptic travelling salesman; his condition is the result of a blow to the head during the war, leaving him prone to blackouts and severe headaches.
The prime the abc murders of the abc murders case, unknowingly setup by A. Franz Ascher — Alice's alcoholic and estranged husband.
The initial suspect in his wife's murder. Milly Higley — A co-worker of Betty. Lady Charlotte Clarke — Sir Carmichael's wife, suffering from terminal cancer.