08:09:06 PM Jan 4th 2016
On the page for the Nancy Drew Video games tropes, they mention that one of the tropes present in the games is Lack of Empathy. Then they mention that the true ending of Resorting to Danger has Elwood be so unaffected by his sister's attempt at mass murder that he actually writes a screenplay about it! Elwood is the brother of Joanna Brown, the janitor, thus implying that the true ending of the game has Joanna as the culprit. I'm just curious how the person who wrote this knows that Joanna is the true culprit of the game. Mrs. Montague was my pick for the true culprit, mainly because I thought that the ending which had her as the culprit had the fewest plot holes.
11:01:04 AM Jul 3rd 2015
Dev Team Thinks of Everything: in The Haunted Carousel, if you turn the carousel's music to "roll" without putting in a paper roll, when you ride the carousel you will not hear any music. Instead, all you will hear is the carousel's machinery.
12:06:30 AM May 2nd 2015
Okay for anyone who wasn't sure what I meant by my edit reasons I'll explain in more detail: 1. Dwayne saying that is unintentional. 2. Marie making those snarky comments is unintentional. 3. Rick flirting with Nancy is unintentional.
07:31:22 AM Mar 28th 2015
Inclusion of Awesome Music. I think it needs it. What do you think?
10:16:22 PM Apr 12th 2015
Several. "Bridget's Ballad" from The Curse of Blackmoor Manor, "Electric" from Deadly Device, "Escape" and "Train" from Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon, "Exotic" from Secret of the Scarlet Hand, "Violin" from Warnings at Waverly Academy, "Ghost" from Ghost of Thornton Hall. There are many others, but these are the few that come to mind.
11:56:40 PM Apr 12th 2015
With absolutely no details, they would not justify a subpage or examples.
07:45:48 AM Apr 20th 2015
How about "The Word I Couldn't Keep" from Sea of Darkness. Here is a link. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fu4wfnhVqv0
11:25:30 AM Oct 28th 2014
Inclusion to color coded stones: in the Seceret of Shadow Ranch, the finale takes place in an ancient Native American cliff dwelling. The only way you have to navigate is by following colored stones placed over the doorways and near ladders, the order of which is given in a coded message near the entrance. If you try to take one, Nancy says "I'd better put that back or I could get really lost." It actually becomes important to switch two stones in order to lead the culprit into a trap.