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Nancy Drew: The Creature of Kapu Cave

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(Large File: 949.94 MB)

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There`s big trouble brewing on the Big Island, time to enlist the help of the Hardy Boys®. Nancy Drew is in Hawaii to work as a research assistant, or so she thinks. Someone or something has destroyed the environmental experiments in the forest around the Hilihili Research compound. Could it be the mythical Kane `Okala or other unfriendly rivals? Program your GPS to navigate beaches, forests, and volcanoes and reveal hidden Hawaiian secrets in Nancy Drew: The Creature of Kapu Cave.

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Game System Requirements:
  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 1.0 GHz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 7.0
  • Hard Drive: 995 MB
Game Manager System Requirements:
  • Browser: Internet Explorer 7 or later
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Nancy Drew: The Creature of Kapu Cave 3.9 5 13 13
Game is a challenge I always enjoy the nancy drew games, but I always say the same thing, you cant play them with a walkthru or the forum .. This was by far the worst game for not making since. There was no help like others by calling someone. The games were impossible to figure out. I am going to recommend this game to anyone that will get the walkthru. If you get the walk thru, you will enjoy the game. August 7, 2013
The Worst of the Nancy Drew Games I've Played This game looked so promising, with a pretty Hawaiian setting, but it was a big disappointment. The characters were mostly annoying, many of the puzzles and tasks were incredibly boring and repetitive, and the story did not make any sense. June 19, 2012
Where's the mystery? I began to start feeling that the developer cares more on Nancy being in tourist destinations that making a great game like their classics. Almost all of ND's games taken place abroad fall flat and this one, although taken in Hawaii is no exception. The characters are not likeable, even the Hardys, which look so much different than they are in Last Train to Bluemoon Canyon. We only met them once. There's this scientist that always screams and a big guy who does nothing but advertises himself. Basically conversation is minimal. You switch back and forth from Nancy to the Hardys (mostly Frank), and sadly Frank is the one who gets all the action. There is no scare factor at this game. All you do are sorting frass, fertilizing plants, fishing lots and lots of fish and collecting shells. All are for getting big island bucks. There is very little snooping, finding clues, there's no mystery. One good thing is that the background is great, the ocean looks very serene and nice, and the jungle looks real. But that's all I could praise on this game. Finally, the game is very short. After collecting lots of shells, you finally find the culprit and then you will learn what's going on. Everything is thrown at once without Nancy even finding the truth herself. Very disappointing. I don't recommend this game. June 30, 2012
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