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Nancy Drew: The Final Scene

by Her Interactive
Windows 98 / 2000 / Me / XP / 95
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)

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  • Platform:   Windows 98 / 2000 / Me / XP / 95
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone Everyone
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Nancy travels to St. Louis to visit her old friend Maya and attend the premiere of a new blockbuster movie at the Royal Palladium Theater. The historic theater is scheduled for demolition in just three days and Maya is covering the controversial story. But when Maya is kidnapped just before her big interview with the movie's leading man, Brady Armstrong, Nancy's night out at the movies turns into a nightmare.

She's convinced that the kidnapper is hiding Maya in the mysterious theater in a desperate attempt to halt the demolition, but no one believes her. Nancy must juggle her efforts between searching for her friend, proving to the police that Maya is really in the theater, and finding a way to stop the demolition. It's not long before Nancy begins to unravel the tangled history of the theater's ownership, a web of secret deals and betrayals surrounding Harry Houdini, the world's greatest escape artist.

Will this information help Nancy save the day? Can Nancy afford to gamble with time when her friend's days are numbered? Play the game and find out. Use your best detective skills to explore this once grand theater in a frantic quest for clues, secret passageways, hidden rooms--anything that will help you find your friend. Her life depends on it. Tick-tock!

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A night at the movies turns into a nightmare for you, as Nancy Drew, when the final premiere at the Royal Palladium becomes a disappearing act for a friend. The historic theater will be demolished in just three days, and Nancy's sure her friend Maya is being held captive inside as ransom for the building. Is it a publicity stunt or a misguided scheme? Nancy must race against the clock to find Maya and expose a kidnapper who grows more desperate with each day's delay.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Decent Jan. 26 2014
By Julie
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This game is great. It's a classic case of those point and click adventure/mystery games that were popular in the 90's and early 2000's.
I got this game many years ago when I was younger and I played it all the time. It could actually be rather challenging, and I recall never being able make it through Day 2 of the game. I recently picked the game back up and I really enjoyed it. I did complete it for the first time as well, and I must say it was a blast. The old theatre in which the game is set can be flat out unnerving at times, and the people you meet and interview all seem to have ulterior motives.
The game can be suspenseful and sometimes challenging. You often find yourself running around, wondering where you should look for clues next, only to find a very tiny clue in the most random area. Sometimes you don't know what to do, or if you're going the right way. One minute you think you're figuring things out, the next minute you're stuck because you don't have X item and you need X item in order to advance.

If you were/are a fan of those point and click style PC games, this game and some of the other Nancy Drew titles are well worth checking out.
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5.0 out of 5 stars awesome mystery Jan. 24 2012
By Kimbo67
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
My daughters have played this twice since Christmas and love it. They especially like the insider's look at how some magic tricks are done. It was very creative.
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4.0 out of 5 stars I Like Theater, so i definitely liked this game! July 12 2004
By A Customer
I got this as a Christmas gift, and at first I thought it sounded good, but I didn't know if I would finish it. I finished it, and I played it again! I liked the way the music sounded, very jazzy, old-fashioned and carnivalish at times. The 3D graphics were good, the theater looked realistic, the characters were flavorful. It's rated E for everyone, but it says "ages ten and up" on the thing. And rightfully so. I'm almost thirteen and I thought some of the parts were spooky or tense and my heart was beating fast. Still, I liked this game.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very Fun and Spooky! March 16 2004
By A Customer
This was the second Nancy Drew game I played with my 15 year-old sister and I thought it was very fun! Nancy's friend gets kidnapped in an old theater called The Royal Palladium, which is scheduled to be knocked down in 3 days! At first, you meet star Brady Armstrong, and explore the theater. As you go along, you meet Joseph, the theater's sound man, Simone, Brady's manager, and Nick, the person who wants the R.P. to be a historical site. Also along the way, you uncover some buried secrets, hidden rooms, and more. I wouldn't recommend this game to anyone under 10 because it does get scary in some parts, unless they are playing with an older person. This game wasn't very very hard, but it does discourage you sometimes. Well, enjoy! This is an awesome game!
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5.0 out of 5 stars iit is great game it took me year to played Dec 15 2003
By A Customer
This was my first game and i love it . it took me while and it has very intersting trist to it you will be surpirsed by the games are not that hard. i was busy didn't have time to played my neice and I played together she is very smart the children will love it for chrismas
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5.0 out of 5 stars the final scene Dec 7 2003
This game was wonderful it took along time to finsh Ilove the ending of the game i will play agian it is so wonderful keep up the good work
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Final Scene Sept. 10 2003
Your visiting your friend Maya in St. Louis, Missouri and she has scored an interview with one of today's hottest young stars, Brady Armstrong. The interview is taking place at the Royal Palladium Theatre, which is undergoing demolition in a few days! Maya lets you tag along to the interview but, of course, you have to wait outside! Maya goes in and but a few seconds later, you hear a scream! It's Maya! You dash into the room and she's no where to be found! All of the sudden, the phone rings. It's someone saying they've taken Maya! They tell you that you have to stop the demolition to save Maya's life, What are you going to do?
That is what starts the game, "The Final Scene" and let me tell you, it is exciting as it sounds. You can get behind Nancy 100% and you have to find Maya! I've played this game nearing 10 times and I do have to say it's one of my favorites. There are a wide range of challenges to deal with, each unique in there own ways. The graphics and movement in this game are wonderful and great for this type of game.
If you've never played a Nancy Drew/Herinteractive game before, I assure you you will fall in love! I've been into Herinteractive's games for about 2 years and I absolutely love them! They never seem to get old, and with new ones coming out each year you always have something to look forward too.
So if you're thinking about buying, The Final Scene, you won't be disappointed, weather this is your first ND game or your 10th!
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