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- Find hidden clues and use them together correctly to solve the case.
- Replay fun mini-games in Aracade mode such as Digital Decrypter and Lock Pick
- Earn points to unlock an alternate ending
- Meet and interrogate suspicious suspects including a diva actress and wealthy financier
- Explore 19 beautifully detailed locations for clues
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From the creators of the #1 selling PC Adventure series, comes a new Mystery Hidden Object series - Nancy Drew Dossier. You, as Nancy Drew, are on the set of a controversial remake of the famous 1930's film “Pharaoh!” The studio original movie released with an alternate ending due to the untimely death of Lois Manson, the film's star, and became a box office smash. Now, Nancy Drew is undercover on the set to get to the bottom of suspicious press leaks and uncanny accidents that have the production schedule in jeopardy. Is someone trying to sabotage the movie or is it a curse of the fallen film star?
You, as Nancy Drew, are on the set of a controversial remake of the famous 1930's film “Pharaoh!” The studio original movie released with an alternate ending due to the untimely death of Lois Manson, the film's star, and became a box office smash.
Now, Nancy Drew is undercover on the set to get to the bottom of suspicious press leaks and uncanny accidents that have the production schedule in jeopardy.
Is someone trying to sabotage the movie or is it a curse of the fallen film star?
|Molly McKenna is the hard-nosed producer "Pharaoh." She is the modern, high-tech multi-tasker and who likes others to believe she's in complete control. But with production is flailing in chaos, could she hate the director enough to ensure he never makes another movie?|
Eda Brookes is an up and coming actress and she might be a mega-star if she pulls off her first staring role. Eda is quite a talent and will make a stunning Nefertiti. But, is she saving her best performance for the big screen or sabotaging the set so it will gain more publicity?
|Jorge Jackson is the newest, flashiest, big blockbuster director. No one seems to like his vision for the movie and he feels under-appreciated. Would he go so far to sabotage his own movie just so he can get his revenge on everyone for "ruining" his movie?|
Arthur Hitchens is the financier for "Pharaoh!" and plans on releasing the epic feature along with the original 'director's cut' and new theme park. With all the disasters, he's smartly taken out insurance for the movie and receiving money for the damages, but was this all part of the plan?
About Nancy Drew Dossier Games
Nancy Drew Dossier games are fast fun for busy detectives. Dossier games are casual games that are easy to pick up and play. You'll find lots of clues and the next steps are aimed to be obvious and instantly gratifying with frequent rewards. Additionally, you'll discover that there are alternate endings, bonus levels, and an arcade mode for replayable video games.
|Processor:||1 GHz or greater Pentium or equivalent class CPU|
|RAM:||256 MB of RAM|
|Video Card:||32 MB DirectX 9.0 compatible video card|
|Sound Card:||16 bit DirectX compatible sound card, mouse, and speakers|
|DVD-ROM:||Quad-speed (4x) DVD-ROM drive|
|Hard Drive Space:||300 MB or more of hard drive space|
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First of all, the game has minimal animation, but is made up of flat, 2-D settings. Except for some characters' dialog lines, movement is depicted by placing an object (like a car or a cat) into different spots around the setting.
Second, each discovered hidden item has a purpose. The player uses everything in a refreshingly logical way in order to advance the story. For instance, a light bulb is put into an empty socket in order to see in a dark room, or a slingshot is used to break glass and free a key.
Third, there are fun minigames at the end of each "chapter" that, once the game has ended, you can play as often as you like by clicking the Arcade button. The games are arcade-style. I normally don't care for timed, fast-reflex games, but prefer to use my head and NOT be timed! However, these games are fun and relatively easy. If I can do them (a 58 year-old woman) most children and adults can too.
The same actress voices Nancy, and the voice acting is par with the other ND series taken from the books. There is no peril, however, as it is basically a hidden object game, thus there is very little tension or fear-factor.
I enjoyed the challenge of rebuilding a scaffolding by correctly connecting pipes, of catching escaped reptiles and replacing them in their terrariums, and of figuring out the other myriad mysteries that made up this fun game that can be played over and over.
One other neat thing is there are two different endings. The best ending is gained by earning enough points during game-play. The first time I played, I failed to get enough points and was disappointed by the ending. When I played it again, however, I made enough points and saw the "real" ending. Very satisfying and well done!
I guess the Dossier ones are more kid oriented, and I was disappointed. Yet on the same note, some of the scenes were almost impossible to get through, like the one with the crows.
I wouldn't purchase anything else that has Dossier on it.