Nancy Drew: Treasure in the Royal Tower

Nancy Drew: Treasure in the Royal Tower

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Join legendary detective, Nancy Drew, as she follows ancient clues to find the mysterious Wickford Castle`s legendary secret in this Large File Adventure game! The castle is a riddle, full of dead-ends and detours that hint at a legend left behind by Marie Antoinette! Solve baffling puzzles, search concealed rooms, interview evasive suspects, and sidestep danger on the hunt for a secret that the doomed Queen was desperate to hide, in Nancy Drew: Treasure in a Royal Tower!

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Game System Requirements:

  • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
  • CPU: 600 Mhz
  • RAM: 128 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 596 MB

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Nancy Drew: Treasure in the Royal Tower is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 15.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from One of the early nancy drew games This is the fourth in the series and it's over 10yrs old, and if you've played any of the recent games and then play this then it does show. As they have improved on all aspects and if you want a snowed in, stuck in a place mystery game I recommend the white wolf of icicle creek over this one. It's still worth playing it's just that there are quite a few better ND games. This has the old interface that takes up half the screen, it's 99% set inside this old hotel you are staying at. While I found the bigger plot of Marie Antoinette really interesting and I did learn a lot the smaller plot,/objective/mystery wasn't quite as crystal clear, concise as other games. Once you get past the deliberate maze type, where am I initial gameplay, then it is quite interesting. I found I had to get a pen and paper and literally draw a map and for the first few hours it's purely exploring and getting bearings. So it depends on your taste if you like that or not. If you haven't played any ND it's not a 360 game, you have to manually save (which naming the saves is fiddly). To advance game play here you have to put your bedroom clock alarm forward. Like a lot of ND games, there are only four people in it and they all are in the same places but only at certain times. There is something in ND called second chance which means you can die but don't worry if you haven't saved the game as you just hit the second chance button! You can't skip any puzzles, and here there are no achievements unlike later games(which you don't know what they are until after you finish unless you search online for them.) There are two modes of gameplay junior and senior. On both levels you can phone a friend for hints but on senior the hints aren't as easy or clear. On later games, the junior mode you get a task list which you can tick when you have finished each 'to do' item. Here there is no list on junior level. Usually the difference between the two modes is the hardness on puzzles. If you hate puzzles and are worried that this has a lot of puzzles/minigames in it, it doesn't. It has a jigsaw (click on upper left corner to rotate the piece), safe combination (click on triangle to enter each number), click on one move others, and move 'item' around a board to go in a hole. This game has a lot of back and forth within the hotel and you need a good memory to remember where everything is and what floor it's on. If you are only going to be playing a couple of ND games then this wouldn't be the one I recommend to you but if you don't mind that it's old and not one of the best then it's still an enjoyable game.
Date published: 2012-12-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Treasure in the Royal Tower Out of all of the ND games I have played this is probably one of my least favorite. At the same time, I didn't hate it either. There was some enjoyable game time and the storyline involving Marie Antoinette (sp) was interesting. What I didn't like most about the game was how long it took to learn the castle floorplan in order just to get around. I didn't find the interacting characters all that interesting either. Considering I love most ND games, this was disappointing.
Date published: 2012-08-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from cool location, but can be frustrating I enjoyed this game because it's a Nancy Drew game and I love castles, but the navigation could be a little annoying. After playing many of the more recent ND games, this seemed more cumbersome to navigate; if your mouse isn't on the very center of the screen in one specific location, you can't move around. It was better once I got used to it. Another difference was that the game wasn't as free flowing as some others...well it was, but then it didn't make sense. I played it very out of order from the walkthrough (which I needed to be able to finish the game) and some of the dialogue didn't make sense. The characters would talk about things they shouldn't know about and then after I found a different "trigger" then they would have the initial discussion that was missed, it was a little odd. This game had a lot of triggers where you can't do something else unless something specific is done first. I still liked it, but have enjoyed some of the later games more.
Date published: 2012-06-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Infuriating navigation I've finished 11 Nancy Drew games so far, and I hope this is the only one I don't finish. I'd read that this particular game tops some people's lists of the top N.D. games, so I thought I'd try it. However, endless walking through nearly identical corridors is not my idea of fun or mysterious (I guess you could argue that it's quite challenging ... but boring). There are so many other excellent games in this series worth spending your time and money on. I wouldn't recommend this one. Because the storyline is supposedly very good, I'm going to read the book instead!
Date published: 2016-06-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too Much Trouble for Too Little Fun. I guess I'm going to have to uninstall this one. After I couldn't figure out the locker (after the ski instructor said to try 311, and it still wouldn't work), I tried the walkthrough, and I can't get too many things to work. I've tried the locker about fifty times, and it won't open. Elevator won't run. I push buttons and all of her friends are saying try an elevator that won't work. I give up.
Date published: 2017-05-24
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