Summary: Loved this game, and not just because its a point and click game with various other puzzles and games that includes the all famous detective Nancy Drew. This game had very nice graphics, peculiar suspects, good voice acting and overall enjoyable gameplay. The main reason why I gave this game a 5 instead of a 4 was because in this game you get a chance to choice the villain and you can play this game several different times without getting bored because you are playing...
Summary: I think there are two of these "Nancy Drew Dossier" games. They are not the same as the regular Nancy Drew mysteries, but for me at least, they are a lot of fun. This game belongs to the genre of games I have heard called "hunt and peck" or "point and click". Some people just flat don't like the style of these games, but I'm not one of them. I find them to be entertaining and relaxing.
Britt Udy "Seriously, how did I end up in my ..., Amazon
13 June 2010
Summary: I recently read about Her Interactive and decided to try a game. It's been awhile since my pre-children gamer days and it sounded like fun. I chose the Crystal Skull and, although it was fun, having to walk around over and over got a bit, well, boring. And I couldn't have made it through without an online walkthrough. Next up I decided to try this game and I was pleasantly surprised.
Summary: This was my first Nancy Drew game and it was lots of fun. I wasn't sure if I'd be able to remember whatever I had to but it worked out great until the time for the statues in the garden. That was tedious and frustrating.
Summary: The entire game only takes about 3-4 hours to play which was really my main disappointment with this purchase. However, I paid over twenty dollars to buy this on CD. Now, you can purchase it for less then seven dollars as a video download on Amazon -- and then it is a bargain. This is a new format for HER Interactive. It eliminates many of the aspects of the other Nancy Drew games that I find frustrating/boring. The dialog is snappier and there is much less of it.
Summary: The Nancy Drew Dossier series is most definitely up there with the best of casual games, especially this one. It is VERY hard to get bored while playing this game. You start out investigating bombings at an upscale spa. These bombings are far from dangerous, but these are high-maintenance guests, so you are given the task of looking for clues, finding the area that a bomb is in and disarming it.