Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew Dossier: Resorting To Danger
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Nancy Drew Dossier Resorting to Danger
Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
Excerpt: Nancy Drew Dossier Resorting to Danger is the second in Her Interactive’s casual line up based on Nancy Drew. This game progresses in some regards. There is more storyline, and less matching of items. In other words the puzzle action is more diverse in the sequel. The story follows a resort for the pampered rich. There is a mad bomber who has been setting off explosives at this resort. Nancy Drew is brought in to find the bombs, and stop them from exploding.
Gumshoe game for girls overflows with clever conundrums.
Common Sense Media
10 November 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that this puzzle game geared for girls features a smart, affable heroine who relies on her intelligence to unravel mysteries. Consequently, the player must also put on her thinking cap and employ logic and memory to solve the game’s conundrums, which include dynamic hidden object puzzles and text-based riddles.
Conclusion: A single time through the game should take you between 5-6 hours, with subsequent trips taking far less and yielding diminishing entertainment returns. The endgame is a bit underwhelming, simply offering more of the same as you’ve been doing to get there, but like most of my issues with the game, this won’t seriously detract from your enjoyment.