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- Immerse yourself in intrigue - Gather clues and question suspects for hours of thrilling gameplay
- Reason through riddles -Enjoy ingenious puzzles that will test your sleuthing skills
- Sort through suspects - interrogate characters to discover the culprit
- Play at your own pace - choose Junior or senior detective level
- Includes 4 Award-Winning Nancy Drew Mysteries (#10 The Secret of Shadow Ranch / #11 Curse of Blackmoor Manor / #12 Secret of the Old Clock / #13 Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon)
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Nancy Drew Ultimate Dare brings four award-winning mystery game titles into one thriller packed bundle. Unravel the mystery of the phantom horse in The Secret of Shadow Ranch. Confront the myths and beasts that lurk in the Curse of Blackmoor Manor. Venture into the past and outwit cunning criminals in Secret of the Old Clock. And join the Hardy Boys for a thrill-ride of an adventure in Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon. Dare to play?
Top Customer Reviews
If you would like to solve puzzles in a story-base case and enjoy some silliness while exploring in a computer generated virtual world, you might want to try those games. One thing I like Nancy's game so much is the game seems to know my foolish thoughts and interact with them, such as getting woozy when Nancy pigging out those Koko Kringle bars from Renee's cabinet! LOL~
Love it! -Cecilia
-The Curse of Blackmoore Manor - The most challenging, and probably the most interesting.
-The Secret of the Old Clock- Based on the very first Nancy Drew Mystery ever! How exciting is that? Also the second most challenging of the pack.
-The Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon- Probably the easiest of the four games, but it features some old friends: Frank and Joe Hardy! Such gentlemen, they invite along Nancy for the ride and politely allow her to solve the case, only offering help when she asks for it. Of course, when Nancy lands in trouble, and believe me, she will, they do come to look for her. And for video game characters, are pretty cute to boot. Nancy will ask you "Aren't they cute?", and trust me ladies you'll be nodding your head yes.
-The Curse of Shadow Ranch -Which I am currently playing so I cannot comment on this one yet, but Frank and Joe are back to help, along with Bess and George, but this time only accessable by phone calls.