Reviews and Problems with Nancy Drew: The Phantom of Venice
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Love this game!
17 December 2013
Summary: one of my favorite nancy drew games!!! Definitely in the top 5 favorite nancy drew games! My other favs are shadow at waters edge, message in a haunted mansion, treasure in the royal tower, and tomb of the lost queen... silent spy wasn't that bad too.
Summary: This game was fun, like almost all the ND games and the download never froze, but sometimes after a character finished talking it sort of 'jerked', as if starting to say something and then breaking off suddenly. still it was fun. It's the first one I noticed has outtakes at the end.
Summary: I have loved Nancy Drew games from an extremely young age but have slacked off in playing them in the recent years because of college. As Christmas break came about I decided to check out Amazon for some quick Nancy Drew downloads and was so excited at the low prices! This game was a little more than $3 and was fun for days, which makes for a wonderful value! There are lots of puzzles that are fun but not difficult enough to make you want to rip your hair out!
Summary: I bought this for mother because she likes mysteries. She tried playing it several times. She found it very frustrating to move Nancy around. She stopped playing it. If you have no problems moving characters around, it seems like a good game.
Summary: I have 7-8 ND games and this one is alittle harder for some reason, I haven't finished it yet. Thank god for walk throughs. In this game Nancy is more like a spy than detective. Their are many, many things to do. It's one of the better ND games. Go to gameboomers and check out the walk throughs for all of her games. This is not for the beginners unless you love a challenge. Try it.