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Nancy Drew: Warnings at Waverly Academy Review

boxHer Interactive has just launched its latest Nancy Drew point-and-click adventure game, Nancy Drew: Warnings at Waverly Academy.

Like the Nancy Drew Resorting to Danger PC Game you play as Nancy Drew to find clues and evidence to solve the case. With Warnings at Waverly Academy you’re undercover at an elite all-girls boarding school to and your mission is to discover the culprit behind threatening notes and dangerous accidents that seem to be targeted towards the academy’s valedictorian candidates.

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It’s kind of cool because you actually get to snoop through dorm rooms and use your cell phone to take pictures of the evidence you find… you’re also able to help other girls with their projects and navigate the social scene. One of my favorite parts of the game is that you are able to play air hockey in the student lounge or even run the school snackbar if you want.

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There are two difficulty settings on the game (Jr. or Sr. Detective) so whether your a novice or an expert to the detective field you’ll enjoy playing the game. Another cool feature is that if you make a mistake in the game and mess something up on your journey, you don’t have to start all over like some games. With Warning at Waverly Academy you just restart at the place before the fatal mistake.

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Overview: I think this is a fun game, especially for girls. Gameplay is easy and so far this is probably my favorite Nancy Drew game.

The game is available in retail stores nationwide for $19.99 or you you can also download it directly from HerInteractive.com.

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