Friday, November 8, 2013

Nancy Drew: The Silent Spy PC Game by @HerInteractive Review & #Giveaway 2 Winners!

*I received the product in this post via Her Interactive for purposes of review, however all opinions expressed are my own.

Check it out!  I love me some Nancy Drew and I am so blessed to have become an official Nancy Drew Her Interactive AmbassadHER this past year.  If you didn't see my review of the last Nancy Drew Game, Ghost of Thornton Hall, you can check it out HERE.  
I was so excited earlier this month to get an email letting me know that I was going to get to play the newest Nancy Drew Mystery, #29 The Silent Spy before it was released and as soon as I got my game downloaded, I was on it!  I really love playing Nancy Drew PC games and have in fact been playing them for over 10 years.  I am so into solving crimes and I find these games educational as well.  I have learned so many little things that I may never have learned otherwise if not for these games.
As a long time fan of Nancy Drew I have always wondered about Nancy's mom, and I was excited to see that this game might just answer some of the questions that have been unanswered.  What happened to Kate Drew?  

Nancy Drew:  The Silent Spy - Nearly a decade ago Agent Kate Drew left home to neutralize a biochemical weapon in Scotland. While her assignment was a success, Kate died in a car accident. Or so we were told. Now the echoes of a similar plot reverberate and it's up to you, as detective Nancy Drew, to thwart the sleeper cell and expose the truth about your mother's tragic demise.

You will be traveling to Scotland in this game and the case this time is very personal.  I really enjoyed being able to travel by train to other locations, like the secret cabin.  Although the "secret cabin" didn't seem like it was in a secret location.  
Nancy experiences some flashbacks that I thought made the game more personal, it brought Nancy's mom to life so we could see her how Nancy saw her before she left her life and Nancy's dad has some things to deal with too.  Ned is available as well.  
I was glad to see the hints included in the task list, not for every puzzle, but helpful enough to not get frustrated.  I really enjoyed the puzzles as well, there were 3 that I couldn't solve and I had to seek help.  The spy theme is thick and there are plenty of spy gadgets involved!  And there are hidden coins and phone charms laying around, but you will have to look for them.

Loch Lamond Cabin and Training center

Train Station

I was excited to see that Nancy needs to make some money, cause that train ain't free and what better way to make money than to bake!  I really enjoyed it and found myself making a whole lot of money, way more than I needed for the game! lol But that is the fun too, there are souveniers to be bought so that money can be spent! 
I really liked some of the characters and some I found slightly strange, and there was just so much that wasn't revealed that I was kinda left wondering about some of these characters. But there are plenty of surprises that kept me intrigued.  I finished this game in about 2 days, I didn't want to stop once I started.
For more information on Nancy Drew: The Silent Spy you can visit and it is available for order at

Thanks to Her Interactive I get to share the Nancy Drew love and give 2 lucky Check it Out! with Dawn readers their very own copy of The Silent Spy!  Enter via the Rafflecopter form below.  US residents only.


  1. yes <3 them i own almost all i liked the kupa cave game with the hardy boys

  2. Yes! I forgot the name of it precisely, but it was Wolf Lodge I think? It's such a fun mystery game!

  3. my oldest loves these games. I know she has played quite a few but the one that comes to mind is white wolf of icicle creek

  4. I've never played nancy drew games, but I love mystery games, search and find games and problem solving games, this would be totally ideaL!


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