Nancy Drew: The Haunted Carousel Crack/Patch

Nancy Drew: The Haunted Carousel Nancy is invited to the Jersey shore to investigate a series of mishaps that have occurred at the Captain?s Cove Amusement Park. The missing lead horse was stolen from the carousel and now, the roller coaster has lost power resulting in a serious accident. Although the park is closed until the insurance company can investigate the accident, several workers still remain on site. Those workers include the park?s bookkeeper, Joy Trent, who has a peculiar robot companion named Miles; the chief engineer, Ingrid Corey; Harlan Bishop, the security officer and Elliot Chen, the park?s art director. Nancy starts investigating and learns about the reclusive genius, Rolfe Kessler, who carved the carousel in his long forgotten hidden workshop. She also discovers the sad history of the park?s former owner, Daryl Trent, who created the robot, Miles, for his daughter Joy. He hid puzzles and riddles about the park to reunite his daughter with her past. Nancy can only discover the truth behind the haunted carousel after solving a series of puzzles and avoiding several deadly traps. [Atari]

Download Nancy Drew: The Haunted Carousel Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1208
Genre Adventure, General, Point-and-Click
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Her Interactive / Her Interactive

Nancy Drew: The Haunted Carousel reviews ( 2 )

I_Am_Turok, Jan 22, 2012

Got this game cheap (very cheap), and embarrassingly being an adult, I enjoyed it! It is a young person's story (as you expect from the books), I would recommend it to the 8 to 10 age bracket, since it is short, clean, polite, fun, nice music, and easy puzzles for an adult, but a kid may have to think more on it. I assume the whole series is like this one, and will not give them a go myself, but playing one out of curiousity is worth the 2-3 hours, and this one is fun. As I said, would be happy to buy this as a present for younger kids, and would recommend it so if ever needing to go that route.

fijiboy, May 5, 2014

I love all the nancy drew games. they are something different from any other game I have played. all the puzzles in these games are relevant with the plot and setting, the characters are always suspicious and they keep you guessing, the plot is always very tight with no holes and is always a fun mystery. no game out there makes you feel like a detective more than these games. now they all play the same so to actually say anything else about the game would be somewhat of a spoiler. but I can say this, this game of the series is one of the easier ones for sure, not many of the puzzles really made me think to hard, but the setting is a lot of fun and the characters are somewhat memorable, those are things I judge when talking about a nancy drew game and there are better ones than this one, but its still a fun time, and has a great ending, just like all of them, some more than others though.