Nancy Drew heads for Japan where she’s staying at a traditional ryokan (inn) for a little R&R with Bess and George, but when reports of a vengeful ghost start scaring away the guests, Nancy’s vacation takes a turn for terror!Read full description
Nancy Drew heads for Japan where she’s staying at a traditional ryokan (inn) for a little R&R with Bess and George, but when reports of a vengeful ghost start scaring away the guests, Nancy’s vacation takes a turn for terror! It’ll be up to you, as Nancy Drew, to uncover the secret that lies beneath the surface, before the ghost can take its revenge! Dare to Play
Nancy Drew®: Shadow at the Water’s Edge is a first-person perspective, point-and-click adventure game. The player is Nancy Drew and has to solve a mystery. Explore rich environments for clues, interrogate suspects, and solve puzzles and mini-games.
Play as Nancy Drew and investigate a haunting at a traditional Japanese inn.3D animated characters, each with a secret to protect.
Immerse yourself in Japanese culture by learning about origami, tea ceremonies, calligraphy.
Take pictures of possible evidence and play games on your cell phone.
Be prepared for the scariest Nancy Drew game in the series.
Take risks without starting over – the game will automatically return the player to the point before the fatal mistake.
Choose from two difficulty settings (Junior or Senior Detective) to allow players of all skill levels to solve the mystery.
Copyright © 2010 Her Interactive, Inc. HER INTERACTIVE, the HER INTERACTIVE logo and DARE TO PLAY are trademarks of Her Interactive, Inc. NANCY DREW is a registered trademark of Simon & Schuster, Inc. Licensed by permission of Simon & Schuster, Inc.
Another title from the series. This time with interesting Japanese theme. Here Nancy actually gets to snoop around at night. You can feel the danger, and you can die (but the second chance feature is available, so don’t panic). All of the suspects have something to hide here. The game have two satisfying endings, that are based on how you react. The only annoying feature is that you can't manually skip ahead the dialogue. It’s definitely worth a try!
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