Nancy Drew: The Final Scene puts the player in a race against time searching for a kidnap victim being held captive in an historic theater.
Shortly after Nancys friend, Maya Nguyen, enters the mens dressing room to interview movie star Brady Armstrong, Nancy hears a blood-curdling scream for help. Nancy rushes into the dressing room but Maya is nowhere to be seen. Seconds later, Nancy receives a call from Mayas kidnapper threatening Mayas life unless Nancy puts a stop to the demolition of the old theater. Nancy has three days, before the building is destroyed, to figure out how best to help her friend. Does she try to stop the demolition of the theater thereby guaranteeing release of her friend by the kidnapper or does she concentrate her efforts on finding and rescuing Maya herself? Nancy is on her own since the police dont believe that Maya has been kidnapped and as she enters a world of peeling wallpaper, graffiti and stained walls, she must keep a cool head in order to find her friend before time runs out.
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!
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.Published on Jan. 24 2012 by Kimbo67
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. Read morePublished on Dec 15 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 workPublished on Dec 7 2003 by Heather Turner
The Final Scene is a great game. The surroundings, music and story is wonderful, and the ending is a complete surprise. Read morePublished on Aug. 1 2003 by "pianogal198"
this is one of my favorite nancy drew games(ghost dogs of moon lake being on the top also). The puzzles are such brain strainers but you can still figure them out. Read morePublished on July 13 2003
I love this game but i think the whole magic thing is a little weird.Also when I played the game the music was spooky.I didn't like it so i just turned it down. Read morePublished on June 15 2003