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Nancy Drew: Message in a Haunted Mansion

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Nancy Drew: Message in a Haunted Mansion

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There’s trouble afoot at a friend’s beautiful Victorian mansion that you, as Nancy Drew, have been called on to help renovate. From suspect fires to ghostly threats, Nancy is about to stumble onto a secret that someone – living or dead- would rather keep unknown. One false hunch, and you won’t stand a ghost of a chance!

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Follow your hunches as you explore a huge Victorian mansion! There’s trouble afoot at a friend’s beautiful inn that you, as Nancy Drew, have been called on to help renovate. From collapsing scaffolds to leaking gas, and suspect fires to ghostly threats, Nancy is about to stumble onto a secret that someone – living or dead- would rather keep unknown. Are the inn’s inhabitants leading you to a truth or a trap? One false hunch, and you won’t stand a ghost of a chance!


FEATURES:

  • Learn to identify Chinese characters known as “hanzi”.
  • Discover the source and motivations behind the ghostly hauntings
  • Help renovate an historic Victorian mansion
  • Choose from Junior or Senior Detective difficulty levels
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Publisher:
HER Interactive
Developer:
Dreamcatcher
Genres:
Family
Source:
HER Interactive
Released:
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Modes:
Languages:
English
  • Windows 98/2000/Vista
  • 166 MHz Processor
  • 16 MB of RAM
  • 150 MB or more of hard drive space

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90
challenging, and intriguing

This is a classic Nancy Drew Game. True, you don't have a cell phone or camera but you feel like a true detective as it's good to make notes, as one progresses. The game really holds it's own, in terms of a great story that moves along quickly and fun puzzles that are not too difficult(or else you can play senior mode, which makes them more challenging, but still fun). I love the old house setting and the history is good fun.

81
Oldie but goodie

This is in my opinion the best game of the whole ND series. There are two levels of gameplay – you can play as junior or as a Senior detective. Each mode is offering a different difficulty level of puzzles and hints, but doesn’t affect the plot. The game is mouse (and brain!) controlled. The music and voice actors are well selected. That helps with creating the right mood. The graphics may be a little old, but not eyesore-ing. I recommend it for every puzzle game fan!

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