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Nancy Drew: The Final Scene





Search a Darkened Movie Theater to Free a Hostage from her Captor's Dangerous Plot!

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When a high school friend gets kidnapped in an historic theater, you, as Nancy Drew, are plunged into a desperate race against the clock. With the theater being torn down in just three days, can Nancy outwit the kidnapper and rescue her friend before the wrecking ball flies? Or will this be Maya's final scene?

Nancy Drew®: The Final Scene 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.

Key Features:

  • Learn about Harry Houdini and his magic tricks

  • Explore the inner workings of a historical theatre

  • Coordinate with the police and local groups to save the landmark theatre

  • Choose from Junior or Senior Detective difficulty levels

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HER Interactive
HER Interactive
Thursday, November 1, 2001
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows 98/2000
  • Processor: 166 MHz or greater Pentium or equivalent class CPU
  • Memory: 16 MB of RAM
  • Hard Disk Space: 150 MB or more of hard drive space
  • Video: 16 MB DirectX 7.0 compatible video card
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Reviews for Nancy Drew: The Final Scene

Engaging, although not the best in the series

Nancy Drew The Final Scene is another great addition to the Nancy Drew series made by HER Interactive and as you can guess by the title that for the most part the story will revolve around a theatre. The story is quite engaging and the characters you met are actually more interesting than usually in this series. The music and voice acting are also really fitting for the environments they chose. Sadly though the game ends rather quickly, the puzzles are rather few and most of them are a bit too easy too, but these quirks shouldn't keep you from playing this little gem.

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