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When I was growing up, one of my favorite book series was Nancy Drew. I swear I had just about every single book in the series. I remember vividly putting them in my book case in numeric order so that I could find my favorites easily. Of course, when I learned that there were Nancy Drew computer games, I knew I had to try those too!
Nancy Drew Labyrinth of Lies Review
Nancy Drew: Labyrinth of Lies is a mystery adventure game from Her Interactive. It’s for mystery fans ages ten to adult. In this game, a museum curator hires you to help with the most anticipated event of the year. Unfortunately, artifacts from the exhibit are mysteriously disappearing. You need to find out if these disappearances are related to the ampitheater’s upcoming performance or an unseen villain behind the scenes.
If you’ve played other Nancy Drew games, you’ll find that this follows the same format. You talk to people by clicking on them and then listen to / read the dialogue as it happens. You investigate things by clicking on them and can add things to your inventory when a hand appears to grab the item. You use your mouse to move in different directions and explore the game.
As you explore, you will find areas that are locked or that you cannot pass until you have found an item or solved a puzzle. As you unlock more and more clues, you will be able to advance further into the game and gather even more clues.
I really enjoyed playing Nancy Drew Labyrinth of Lies. I’ve always been interested in Greek mythology and I learned quite a bit about the different Greek gods by playing the game. It was really easy to get into the game and I definitely found it a challenge.
If you’re looking for a fun new game to play, I definitely recommend Nancy Drew Labyrinth of Lies.