Summary: I have never played a Nancy Drew game and was pleasantly surprised. I have played quite a few games and figured I could be a senior detective but...I had to go with the Junior detective. Hopefully the next one I play I'll be able to be a senior now that I have some experience on what is expected.
Summary: This is a great Daddy(or Mom)/Daughter bonding activity where you can sit down together to explore and solve puzzles. This was our first Nancy Drew game and while my daughter was a little too young to solve all the logic problems she did manage to solve quite a bit of them.
Summary: For fans of the Nancy Drew games, this is one of the better ones. This game features Nancy in New Orleans trying to unlock the secrets of a creepy old mansion possibly haunted by a legendary crystal skull.
Summary: I liked this one, it wasn't terrible or great but I liked it all the same. Its a good game about a crystal skull that supposedly has magical powers that keep the beholder alive forever. But recently the owner died of a heart attack and the skull went missing. Hmm....foul play maybe?
Summary: I have played many of the ND games and this one I consider better than most. The story line is engaging and the puzzles are not too overly difficult. There are also a variety of interesting characters to interact with.
Summary: The beginning of this game was spooky! I really enjoyed the cemetery (took a while to navigate around, but that was part of the fun), and switching between Bess and Nancy. Bess proved to be a nice sidekick! Very good game!
Summary: I love the Nancy Drew game series. They are great for all ages. I don't recommend the first 3 in the series the controls and interactive tools are awkward. After that the series is a great experience.