Reviews for Nancy Drew: The Ghost of Thornton Hall
Another excellent Nancy Drew adventureSkeride | Feb. 22, 2014 | See all Skeride's reviews »
While not as educational as well-researched outings such as 'The Lost Queen', 'Thornton Hall' is a spirited (sorry, had to) traditional ghostly romp. Plays best if you've finished Shadow at the Water's Edge first, as there are some references to that game.
A must-buy for HER Interactive or Nancy Drew fans, and recommended for everyone else. A good value at full price.
Quite Fun, Check It Out!Plasros | June 11, 2013 | See all Plasros's reviews »
It may not be very spooky or offer any new ideas, but Ghost of Thornton Hall is quite entertaining if you’re up for sleuthing your way through a haunted southern manor. There are two sets of Nancy Drew mysteries out there. One is firmly set in the “casual game” category. The other has its foot more firmly planted in the “adventure game” pond. This was one of my favorite ND games in a long time. I have to agree that the story and timelines were a little confusing though. And the ghost explanation left a lot to be desired. Fun little game though!