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All is not well in Blackmoor Manor, a Fourteenth Century English mansion haunted by a tragic past. You, as Nancy Drew, embark on your first international adventure to visit Linda Penvellyn, your neighbor's daughter and newlywed wife of a British diplomat. A mysterious malady keeps Linda hidden behind thick bed curtains. Is she hiding from something or someone, or is a more menacing threat stalking her? Face your fears to find the truth! Dare to Play.™
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Travel to England and solve challenging puzzles to break the manor's evil curse
Snoop and sleuth through gorgeously detailed rooms for clues
Meet intriguing suspects, including a sardonic talking parrot
Erase mistakes by using the ‘Second Chance' feature
Play at your own pace with Junior and Senior detective levels
Nancy DrewR Curse of Blackmoor Manor is rated
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Rated 5 out of
PERFECTThe 11th tittle in the series. This is for sure the best Nancy drew game yet! Yes, it is the best selling nancy drew game ever. This game is my favorite for many reasons. The graphics were great for its time (2004). The challenge was very good, if you got stuck, then you can play a board game. This game never got boring, this game always had you focused! Some parts of this game were really scary. This is one of the scariest ND games too. Some parts make you jump out your seat! The music in the game was amazing, good, more then great! Plot: The game is set in a old English manor from the 1600s, However, the manor has bad history, rather if its witches, werewolves, monsters, it has it! Vistors are extreme rare, except for writer Nigel mooker jee. A guest in the libary who is writing a book on the Penvellon history. However, a woman, Linda Penvellon, the new bride of her husband. Has been acting strange lately, as she is heard to be ill. She hides behind a curtian and refuses for anyone to see her! As Jane Penvellon, Lindas step daughter, has a tutour and has no friends. She just wants to play board games with Nancy, but she knows a lot more then she seems. Mrs Drake, the grandmother, spends her whole time in the garden in the basement. And finally Ethel, Janes tutour, you see her rarely but when you do, you may jump. You come across secret passage ways, old secret labs, rituals, and a whole lot of spooky moment. In overall, this is a fantastic game, the victim shocked me big time. Its a great october game too. Thats why i give it a perfect rating.
Date published: 2012-03-31
Rated 2 out of
Not that good...This game was fun and interesting up to a certain point, but I lost all interest after that. Nancy was hard to control, and the camera got stuck at some wierd angles. The mini-games are kinda boring and repetative. The parot was funny, but confusing at times. I got stuck several times, and had to rely on online game tips to get me through the end. It would take a big time fan of Nancy Drew games to thoroughly enjoy the game.
Date published: 2012-03-01
Rated 5 out of
Educational and entertaining/Best ND gameThis is my favorite Nancy Drew game. It's pretty difficult at times and very spooky at others. I found this game to the be the most challenging, it will take a while to finish. Oh and when I say challenging, I don't mean so hard that it will bore you by not being able to continue. It probably has the most challenges of any other ND game. Only thing I found annoying was the parrot. Oh and in the beginning, there isn't many places to go. I recommend this for loves of ND games or similar, and teenagers.