Her Interactives New Nancy Drew Dossier Series Hits Retail

May 7, 2009


Her Interactive’s New Nancy Drew
Dossier Series Hits Retail With an Innovative Mix of Story and Gameplay

Borrowing on its extensive expertise
with narrative that has been the hallmark of its Nancy Drew PC Adventure
franchise that has sold over six million units worldwide, Her Interactive today
shipped the first game in its inventive new series, Nancy Drew Dossier™, that
offers players the next evolution in casual gaming.

Already available for download at
Her Interactive’s web site, the first game Lights, Camera, Curses! hits retail
today with a robust storyline that serves as a compelling mechanism for moving
the hidden-object mystery game forward. As part of the retail launch, Her
Interactive has created a special
Flash game that when completed, offers
consumers a discount on the game’s download.

“Narrative has always been the
trademark of our Nancy Drew games and millions of our fans truly enjoy it, so
with the Dossier series, we wanted to still provide an intriguing story but do
so within the context of a casual game,” said Megan Gaiser, President and CEO of
Her Interactive. “We are tremendously pleased with the result and are excited to
add a casual game offering to the retail product mix.”

Nancy Drew Dossier is a next
generation casual game series that creates a captivating mystery around its
hidden-object gameplay. Tasks are accomplished as part of the story — and not
just as stand-alone exercises — so that as players progress, clues for both a
current and ancient mystery are revealed. The better the detective, the more
bonus points the player earns, which ultimately un-locks an exciting alternate

The story itself has Nancy Drew on
the set of a controversial remake of a famous 1930’s film, “Pharaoh.” The
original “Pharaoh” was released with a substitute ending due to the untimely
death of the film’s budding star.

Now, Nancy Drew is undercover to get
to the bottom of suspicious press leaks and uncanny accidents that have put the
production schedule in jeopardy. The clues hint at sabotage, or perhaps it’s a
curse from the film’s fallen star?

Available now at retailers
nationwide, Lights Cameras Curses! is also available for download for $19.99 on