Reviews and Problems with The Hardy Boys: Treasure on the Tracks
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The Hardy Boys Treasure on the Tracks
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Mystery Games have become all the rage lately, especially on the Nintendo DS. So what can a developer do to distinguish themselves in a crowded field? Having The Hardy Boys headline caught my eye. I read their mystery novels as a kid, and always wanted to solve some mysteries myself. The Hardy Boys Treasure on the Tracks is the next best thing, and much safer. The line between novel, and video game gets blurred by Her Interactive.
Detective game is fun and educational but a bit convoluted.
Common Sense Media
7 June 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this adventure game is completely innocuous. There is no sexuality, no profanity, and, aside from one somewhat tense scene in which a bomb may or may not explode (if it does, players will hear a boom sound and see a picture of flames filling the screen), no violence.
NDS Review - 'The Hardy Boys: Treasure on the Tracks'
18 September 2009
Summary: In The Hardy Boys: Treasure on the Tracks, players assume the role of Frank and Joe Hardy who have been invited onboard the Royal Express, an extravagant rail line traveling from Paris to St. Petersburg.