Catch this train — it’s your ticket to solving a century-old mystery!
The Hardy Boys have invited you, as Nancy Drew, on a train ride out West hosted by beautiful and prominent socialite, Lori Girard. Lori has gathered the greatest minds in mystery to solve a century-old secret and the haunted train is their best clue. The luxurious train once belonged to Jake Hurley, who set out long ago to find the mother lode during mining mania. Years later, Jake’s train was found in Blue Moon Canyon with the engineer slumped over in the car – dead. Jake had mysteriously vanished… Climb aboard, as Nancy Drew, and see if you can uncover the truth at the end of the line in Nancy Drew: Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon!
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10 to Adult
Retail Release September 2005
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“This is an entry in the series that long-time fans will love… the game delivers strong in so many ways that you will look over any of the weak puzzles and enjoy another outing with Nancy, the Hardys, and the usual collection of goofy and humorous characters (even a recurring character from a previous mystery!), accompanied by dialogue that’s more crisp and witty than it has been in a while.” ~Just Adventure
The game offers hours of thrilling detective work. As all the Nancy Drew games, Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon is targeted to mystery fans ages 10 to adult. It is worth noting that this is the kind of game that can be particularly enjoyable to play with other people. You can have a wonderful time discovering the mystery with a friend or family member. Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon can be easily recommended to adventure and mystery fans. ~Adventure Lantern
“These puzzles are varied, logical, and make sense in the train’s historical context, and there is something simply enjoyable about investigating the different characters and piecing together clues to the mystery of both Lori Girard’s disappearance and Jake’s old mine. Although more could have been made to involve them in the investigation, the introduction of the Hardy Boys is also a nice reward for longtime Nancy Drew fans.” ~Adventure Gamers
First off, I love the train setting. It's really unique and makes it stand out amongst other games in the series. The story flows very well in this game, and there's always something for you to do. The characters are memorable and the animation is beautiful. There are some really nice sequences and it really pays off.
This is my favorite game in the series. The game is so enriching, with the train, the town, Copper Gorge, the Hardy Boys, characters, and funny Bess & George conversations.
These two brothers are no strangers to mystery and are friends of Nancy. They’ve been solving crimes and going undercover for ATAC. Lori invited them along because she thinks they’re cute.
Host of the Ghost Channel, John analyzes electromagnetic fields to determine if there are any ghosts in the area. He thinks that Camille’s ghost may know something about Jake’s mine and disappearance.
Beautiful, rich Lori loves to party. And what could be cooler than a party on a haunted train with world-famous detectives bound for an unknown destination to discover a century-old secret?
He’s a hot-shot detective who solved a big case in Chicago. Some people say it was just luck. Tino’s out to show that he is the best detective and will do anything to prove it.
Charleena’s historical novels have sold millions of copies, but she’s not interested in parties. She’s done her homework about Jake Hurley though – maybe she knows more about the treasure than she’s letting on.