In this third game starring Nancy Drew, the famous teen detective has to solve a mystery in a Victorian mansion in San Francisco. The villa seems to be inhabited by ghosts... but this is not all. Somewhere in this strange house lies a treasure. That's why she's not the only one interested in this mansion. Could it be the antique dealer, the handy-man, the retired teacher, the owner of the estate or someone else? Everyone has something to hide and Nancy must find out who is behind the strange happenings going on.
The game is a standard point-and-click adventure game that includes two difficulty choices (Junior and Senior Detective) and a Second Chance
is offered to players who make a fatal mistake. There are a large number of puzzles to be solved, some of which are slightly different depending upon the difficulty level chosen. Setting the time of day in Nancy's bedroom is necessary for certain events to occur or the availability of some in-game characters.
Compared to the previous Nancy Drew
games, Message In The Haunted Mansion
underwent big changes in design. It is 360 degree with full motion freedom.
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Children's Software Revue, 2001 All Star Software Award
Parents' Choice Gold Award 2000
Nancy Drew: Message In A Haunted Mansion has won the following awards:National Parenting Center, Seal of Approval 2001Parent’s Guide to Children’s Media, 2001Outstanding Achievement in Computer Programs
Amazon.com, Best Software of 2000Kids' Domain, Gold Bear AwardThe Review Corner, "Highly recommended!" Five out of five star ratingWay Cool Software Review, 10 out of 10 rating, WAY COOL!Choosing Children's Software, Best Girls' Software