Nancy Drew®: Curse of Blackmoor Manor est un jeu d'aventure de point-and-click à la première personne.Le joueur incarne Nancy Drew et doit résoudre un mystère. Explorez des environnements riches pour trouver des indices, et résolvez des puzzles et des mini-jeux.
Évaluations des utilisateurs : Positive (18 évaluation(s))
Date de parution: 25 oct 2004
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Nancy Drew®: Curse of Blackmoor Manor est un jeu d'aventure de point-and-click à la première personne.Le joueur incarne Nancy Drew et doit résoudre un mystère. Explorez des environnements riches pour trouver des indices, et résolvez des puzzles et des mini-jeux.

Rien ne va plus au manoir Blackmoor, un manoir anglais du quatorzième siècle hanté par un passé tragique. Embarquez, en tant que de Nancy, dans votre première aventure afin de visiter Linda Penvellyn, la fille de votre voisin qui a récemment épousé un diplomate Britannique. Un mystère fait que Linda se cache derrière les rideaux. Est-elle en train de se cacher à cause de quelque chose ou de quelqu'un, ou une menace serait-elle en train de peser sur elle? Mettez au défi votre courage afin de trouver la vérité. Osez le jeu.

  • Voyagez en Angleterre et résolvez des puzzles difficiles afin de se débarrasser de la malédiction du manoir.
  • Traversez et observez à travers les pièces joliment détaillées pour trouver des indices.
  • Rencontrez de suspects intrigants, tels que le perroquet parleur cynique.
  • Effacez vos erreurs en utilisant le système de 'Seconde Chance'.
  • Jouez à votre rythme avec les niveaux de difficulté Junior et Senior.

 

À propos de la série Nancy Drew Adventure


La série aventure PC numéro 1 des ventes.
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Configuration requise

    • Système d'expolitation: Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP
    • Processeur: 400 MHz CPU
    • Memoire: 64MO RAM
    • Graphisme: Carte vidéo compatible 16-bit DirectX
    • DirectX®: 8.0 ou mieux
    • >Disque dur: 300MO d'espace disque disponible
    • Son: Carte son compatible 16-bit DirectX
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2 personne(s) sur 3 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
16.5 heures en tout
Posté le : 26 février
Good storyline for this sleuthing point and click puzzler. Unfortunately marrd by one annoying typing puzzle that you cant skip. If you are a slow typer or have arthritis or other problems with your hands you may struggle to complete. Otherwise all the puzzles are fairly simple and easily found without having to resort to cheats.

68/100
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1 personne a trouvé cette évaluation amusante
12.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 8 juillet 2014
My god. If you are looking for a good mystery game, this is it. I seriously have no idea how they expect little girls to play this and know what they are doing. You must do a great deal of in-game research, and talk to everyone in order to understand how to solve the insane ammount of puzzles. I learned every symbol for the Zodiak, the Planets, and I even memorized RUNES for goodness sake! Not only that, but you can actually die in this game, multiple gruesome ways! The lack of blood was the only thing that probably kept this at the rating it is now.

If you put the hardmode on (senior detective), all that changed as far as I can see if that you don't have a checklist to help you along. That said, I inform you to do two things: 1) Write stuff down in your own physical notebook. I had every bit of information at my fingertips, and I could put down what I thought would happen, and possible solutions and translations. 2) For the love of god, and all that is holy, finish the game without taking multiple days off fromt he game. There is no way you will remember all the things you were supposed to do after a few days of not playing.

There was absolutly nothing in this game that wasn't incredibly satisfying to solve. I loved this game, it's setting (very dark and spooky), and all the puzzles and the big mystery itself! The only sad thing is that it's pretty much one playthrough. Regardless, if you love mystery games, this is the game to get. I will be buying the other Nancy Drew games eventually to enjoy just as much as I did this one.
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10 personne(s) sur 11 (91%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
12.7 heures en tout
Posté le : 3 juin 2014
Adventure games are not for me...

But, this one has got some good qualities. Most noticeably, at least to me, this particular Nancy Drew game features a lot of traditional occult symbolism and you have to familiarize yourself with it to pass some of these puzzles. You get to learn runic, alchemical symbols and astrology symbols as well. So that's cool. The puzzles are also quite satisfying to solve, once you get it. Admittedly, I did have to consult a FAQ on a few occasions.

The interface of the game is pretty traditional for first-person adventure games. You have to click left or right or up or down in order to get anywhere, otherwise there's a scrolling screen where you get a 360 view. The thing is that navigating through the manor can get really tiresome. You sometimes have to solve a puzzle over again in order to get where you've already been. At that point, it's just annoying.

And speaking of annoying, there was one particular puzzle where you had to get an answer from a character, navigate to the point of the puzzle, plug in your answer and then run back... four times. And did I mention that you have to do one of those puzzles to open a passageway to get to the place where the puzzle is?

Well, I give this one a passing grade, but you feel more like a puzzler than a detective. THOUGH, there is a plot point that was never resolved that is driving me crazy.

TL;DR - It's a puzzle game, not a mystery solving game.
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6 personne(s) sur 6 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
18.4 heures en tout
Posté le : 25 novembre 2013
This is one of the first point and click adventure games that I played. I picked this up during a large sale as a way to introduce myself into the genre. And I'm glad that I did. It isn't the perfect game, but it is good. Some of the puzzles weren't exactly logical and you might need to guess until you get it right or look at a guide to figure it out. I'm sure some people will scoff at the idea of playing a Nancy Drew game, but I'd say you should look past that.

I haven't played any of the other Nancy Drew games, but I'd consider picking more of them up at the right price. I'd recommend picking it up at 75% off or maybe in a bundle that would offer the games at less than a dollar each.

I will update this review to be more in-depth at a later time.
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4 personne(s) sur 4 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
20.9 heures en tout
Posté le : 8 décembre 2013
From all the Nancy Drew games I have played (about 10), this is by far the hardest, and by a big margin. Many of the puzzles are extremely obscure and hard to figure out without a guide. If you like easy casual games and do not like hard puzzles that you have to figure out via vague hints given in the game, then you will get stuck and you will not like this game. Getting through this game without reading an online guide even once is a real challenge, and probably unsurmountable for most casual players.

That being said, you might notice that I'm actually giving this a positive review. That's because personally I just loved this game. When I started to play this game and noticed how amazingly hard and obscure the puzzles are, I decided that come hell or high water, I will complete this game without looking at an online guide even once. And I did.

And the thing is: When I finally succeeded, it was amazingly rewarding. I don't mean that the game rewards you with something special; I just mean that being able to figure out all the puzzles without any external help feels really rewarding all in itself.

All puzzles are solvable with logic, either using what the puzzle itself presents, or information gotten elsewhere (and most often both.) No puzzle requires blind guessing or trying all possible combinations. You will most probably require making notes or take screenshots to remember some of the info, but that's just part of the charm.

If you like hard logic puzzles and want to challenge yourself, I recommend this game. It's technically speaking very old (even for the year it was published), but that's not a big deal. However, if you don't have the patience, you will most probably not like this game.
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