Her Interactive Teams With The Boys & Girls Club As They Ship Nancy Drew: Legend Of The Crystal Skull

October 16, 2007


Program Heralds the Launch of
Newest Nancy Drew PC Game ‘Nancy Drew: Legend of the Crystal Skull’

With Nancy Drew®: Legend of the
Crystal Skull, the 17th offering from its award-winning series hitting retail
shelves this week, Her Interactive today announced it is partnering with the
Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeast Louisiana to help support the six clubs located
throughout southeast Louisiana, an area still dealing with the deleterious
effects of Hurricane Katrina.

As part of the program, each
individual club will receive a complete library of Her Interactive Nancy Drew PC
games as well as financial support for the overall program. Her Interactive’s
latest release, Nancy Drew®: Legend of the Crystal Skull takes place in
“America’s Most Interesting City,” New Orleans.

“With the city of New Orleans as the
backdrop for Nancy Drew®: Legend of the Crystal Skull, we feel this is an
excellent opportunity to support one of the finest organizations for young
people in an area that is still in need of assistance,” said Megan Gaiser,
President and CEO of Her Interactive.

Adds Johnny DiBartolo, President of
the Boys and Girls Clubs of Southeast Louisiana: “We are thrilled to have such a
well-regarded company as Her Interactive support the wonderful computer programs
of the Boys & Girls Clubs. Their donation will assist in re-establishing our
clubs and giving youths a safe place to congregate.”

Rated “E” for Everyone, Nancy Drew:
Legend of the Crystal Skull finds the teen super sleuth in the Big Easy on the
case to find out what happened to Bruno Bolet. Bolet owned a legendary crystal
skull that allegedly protected him from any natural causes of death.

So what happened? Was he murdered?
In a mystery so big that it takes two characters to solve, Nancy Drew®: Legend
of the Crystal Skull allows players to play as both Nancy and Bess as they
explore a mysterious mansion, investigate a swampy cemetery, and infiltrate a
secret society. Players should take chances when deciphering cryptic clues, as
the game automatically returns the player to a point in the game before a fatal
decision, allowing players to discover tiny “treasures” and hidden rooms.