November 11, 2008
HER INTERACTIVE ANNOUNCES ALL-NEW
NANCY DREW DOSSIER SERIES
New Casual Series of Downloadable
Games Expands Top-Selling Mystery Game Franchise
Extending the best-selling Nancy
Drew PC games series into the casual games space, Her Interactive, the designer,
developer and distributor today unveiled and made available the new downloadable
casual game series, Nancy Drew® Dossier. Available for download now, the series’
first title Lights, Camera, Curses!, introduces a new, more accessible,
pick-up-and-play mystery experience, while maintaining the visual and
thought-provoking qualities that have made the Nancy Drew® PC game series a
best-seller year after year.
“The Nancy Drew PC series fan base
is a loyal and growing group of gamers that can’t seem to get enough of Nancy
and her adventures,” said Megan Gaiser, president and CEO of Her Interactive.
“Nancy Drew Dossier is a perfect complement to our original series as it allows
us to stay connected to our core adventure game community, while delivering the
instant gratification and rewards that mass market gamers expect.”
Nancy Drew Dossier is a
next-generation casual game series that combines a hunt and peck mechanic with a
new level of compelling story-driven gameplay involving detective work,
sophisticated interaction with clues and characters, and arcade mini-games.
Playing from the point of view of Nancy Drew, players find hidden clues and use
their strengths of observation, deduction, and problem-solving to uncover
culprits and schemes in the heavily story-driven plot.
In Lights Camera’s Curses!, Nancy
Drew is on the set of a controversial remake of a famous 1930’s film “Pharaoh!”
The original “Pharaoh!” was released with an alternate ending due to the
untimely death of Lois Manson, the film’s budding star, and became a box office
smash. Now, Nancy Drew is undercover on the set trying to get to the bottom of
suspicious press leaks and uncanny accidents that have put the production
schedule in jeopardy and seem to hint towards sabotage . . . or perhaps it’s a
curse from the fallen film star.
Lights Cameras Curses! is currently
available for download for $19.99 on