Nancy Drew: Curse of Blackmoor Manor review
Nancy Drew: Curse of Blackmoor Manor
If you love mystery, excitment, and are not a little bit afraid of curses then this game is for you. The game is intense and gets you involved, playing as Nancy from the beginning. She describes how she ended up in England, and would be staying at the Manor to solve an exciting mystery.The bad:
The puzzles, are a little bit dull and for the beignner, the puzzles may seem a bit long and boring, not to mention a waste of time. Especially, playing with the stepdaughter, Jane. Although, the games are cute, but they take too much time, and there was no point and not so meaningful connections. The only really bad part is too much conversation. Even if you exhaust all conversations, most of them can be misleading.Summary:
This game is really intense from the beginning when Nancy arrives in England, and stays at the Blackmoor Manor to solve an intense mystery of past and present adventure. The characters, are limited and the puzzles are many. The Manor is just creepy and there is many excitement in the air.
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