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Nancy Drew: Secret of the Scarlet Hand

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Nancy Drew: Secret of the Scarlet Hand

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Expose buried secrets and catch a thief red-handed!

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Between cases, Nancy Drew has taken an internship as Deputy Curator at the Beech Hill Museum in Washington, D.C. Nancy soon discovers she will be doing more than learning about ancient Maya artifacts–there have been a series of thefts and the only clue left behind in a mysterious scarlet handprint! Will Nancy be able to put the pieces of this ancient puzzle together? Or will the mystery remain entombed forever?


Key Features:

  • Learn about the Mayan civilization and its culture
  • Take on the role of a deputy curator for a prestigious museum.
  • Ride the subway and visit sites around Washington D.C.
  • Choose from Junior or Senior Detective difficulty levels.
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Publisher:
HER Interactive
Developer:
Dreamcatcher
Genres:
Family
Source:
HER Interactive
Released:
Tuesday, September 17, 2002
Modes:
Languages:
English
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Minimum Requirements
  • 200 MHz Pentium or equivalent class CPU
  • 16 MB of RAM,
  • 16 MB DirectX 7.0 compatible video card,
  • 16 bit DirectX compatible sound card,
Recommended Requirements
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Passable adventure

Secret of the Scarlet Hand is another episode of HER's Nancy Drew series and sadly it's definitely not their best. Not that the game is bad per se, gameplay-wise it's really a straightforward adventure game with challenging yet logical puzzles. The places you get to visit are a bit derivative and a bit too closed. Sadly the story (which in my opinion is the most important part in an adventure game) starts out really slowly and it only picks up towards the end which is a shame. For fans of the series I'd still recommend this game, for newcomers this is not the best place to start.

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