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Nancy Drew Dossier: Lights, Camera, Curses!

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A hidden-object puzzle mystery that’s Fast Fun for Busy Detectives.
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HeR Interactive
HeR Interactive
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Window XP/Vista
  • Processor: 1 GHz or greater Pentium or equivalent class CPU
  • Memory: 256 MB of RAM
  • Graphics: 32 MB DirectX 9.0 compatible video card
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1 GB or more of hard drive space
  • Sound: 16 bit DirectX compatible sound card
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Nancy Drew Dossier: Lights, Camera, Curses! reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Russian
-"What could be better than an old, good search for items?"-"Normal quest, for example?" If the whole game I could say exactly that I will put rather a positive assessment, when I got to the finals and more than that looked "secret ending"-I am very It was a very negative. Experimenting is always a good thing. In This case, we are given a classic "hidden object", but in the realities of Nancy Drew. Interesting interaction of objects, a good number of game scenes, quite an interesting story and as always-a tempting theme. But, if in other games enjoying the gameplay You will learn a lot of new things, do something quite unusual or say read very useful clippings of scientific resources, there is no such thing. There is almost no Text, the dialogues are linear and expressed only in some "guessing the right answer". The scenes Themselves look very blurry, not that annoying eyes, but the developers with such experience and scale to roll the whole game to some blurry watercolor drawings to put it mildly-not very. But in general everything is quite simple and easy to pass. Diluted All this blasphemous mini-games. Like, "cocktail" or "break the camera." Simple and dull. And now the most ficha-glasses. All Your actions are encouraged by points, you can knock out a combo. So The main point is to fill about 300 to unlock the secret and in my opinion the true ending of this suffering clicker. Because the original finale--it's just no. Like the final turn. Villain in the game as such is not, just quite... "Dumb" and poorly disclosed characters. That are throwing arrows at each other. In the end, I want to say. That is not their level. And It takes such a strong 4 to 10 ball.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
After the first 10 Minutes, I thought of buying the Nacy Collection. After the first Hour, all I wanted was for it to stop ... Still, I held it out to the End!!! I am sure you know the Term * Subject Tweeting *. Here I felt like I was with assisted Guesswork. I don't want to talk About a Game in the first place. You should clear up strange almost Accidents on a Film set. The Program leaves you no Freedom. Either you have the Scene, or you just get stuck. Rumbling And looking For clues is not. So You enter a Scene, get the Amount of clues displayed, and then you can drive off the entire Screen with the Mouse until you find a Hotspot. These Hotspots must either be combined with each other (i.e. Screwdrivers with Screws, for example) or with one of your few Abilities. For successful continuous Chains of dissolved Items, you get Bonus Points (otherwise just less). Before the subsequent Distribution Of points (don't be afraid if you will definitely get out of here as a super detective, if you persevere until the End) there is usually a small Bonus game, Memory, In which you can dust off additional Points. As Minigames, in addition to the Memory, there are still colored Crows with matching colored Objects, and candles with Matches light (Each in relative Darkness), then locks Crack (this happens in the case of their colored Barrels on a Plate moving Upwards drops in a predetermined Pattern ... For example, like Tetris), and as the last Coctails mix: There are a certain Amount Of glasses of subscheming Form in which you let certain Amounts of Ingredients plump. All very exciting! Then there are small Pieces of Question with the other Figures. From the Previously found clues, you must ask them specific Questions in the Multiple Choice Process. The only Difficulty was in the Final chapter where a Name has to be formed (not really difficult, just boring, since every time you have to start from the Front, soblad has become squandered. For me, this is a Point-Click adventure For The poor, there are quite a few Hidden Obbles That have a more exciting Plot.
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