Unveil a Ghostly Legend and Find a Vanished Groom! Touted as the most romantic event to grace the ruined halls of Ireland’s Castle Malloy, the Simmons-Mallory wedding was supposed to be a fairytale beginning, but now the groom is missing! Did a banshee crash the wedding or is this a case of cold feet? Can you, as Nancy Drew, unravel the knot of scattered clues and scary superstitions? You’ll need to catch more than a bridal bouquet to make this a happily ever after!
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10 to Adult
Retail Release October 2008
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“Great example of the mystery genre adventure game. Perfect for those of us with a nostalgic love of point-and-clicks.“ ~IGN
“This is a fun adventure! Fans of Nancy Drew will be pleased, and any adventure game fan will enjoy it, even adults. The puzzles are well-designed and challenging.“~PC GameZone
“I have a self-satisfied smile on my face, knowing that as usual Ms. Drew and the gang have managed to solve the mystery again, and in doing so, they’ve created yet another hit for Her Interactive.“ ~Just Adventure
This game takes place in Ireland,You will love the characters and be captivated by the storyline. If you love Ireland you will love this game!
Haunting of Castle Malloy was wonderful! It had a great plot. I loved the characters and the splash of Ireland facts. The countryside in the game is amazing. It really felt like an old castle close to the middle of nowhere, where anything, and everything could jump out of the shadows. It wasn't your typical Find the missing person game. The puzzles are unique just like the plot. And getting a glimpse of people who had been in Nancy's life previously was great. I always love those little tidbits. I highly recommend this game for any Nancy Drew lover, and especially for any one who loves adventure games!
One of the coolest Nancy Drew games I have ever played! and it is also one of the scariest! This game will make u jump if you wear headphones. Its happened to me:) I recommend this game for any Nancy Drew fan!
This game was definitely my favorite. Mostly because I've been to Ireland. I love all of the Nancy Drew games! They're challenging and keep your brain working. You learn a lot.
This is by far one of my favorite games in my collection. This game includes some of the classic puzzles with a twist, you'll find yourself learning a lot about Irish lore among other things. This is one of those games I keep coming back too, even though I know how it ends just because the story line and puzzles that come with it are so amazing, not to mention the astounding graphics of the castle.
If you are new to ND games, I would definitely recommend this one to add to your beginning collection as it one of the best.
Even though i was scared everytime the banshee appeared and went into Fiona's room and heard the screeching, I LOVED IT. You can really get Irish culture in this by being a mixing maid and playing drums. This game has an overall sad story, with the right amount of creepy to make you love it. The characters seem genuine and you get a jetpack at some point, sooo bonus! The amount of creepiness is enough to make you curious but exciting. DEFINATELY PURCHASE!!!
This game has one of the most interesting background stories of the series. Learning about the castle's history and how the puzzles connected to that history was wonderful and felt very engaging to the story. Also really liked the fact that Nancy could walk around the grounds and the puzzles that the game provided. Great job overall!!
This is a fun game with a spooky atmosphere. It is one of my favorite games. The beautiful Irish countryside and the ruined castle where prominent features of this game. A beautiful soundtrack of Irish-themed music makes this experience complete. It had an interesting twist to the resolution to the mystery. It love it.
This game is honestly one of my favorite Nancy Drew games. I own and have played each and every game, and while each one has their own merits they also each have a feature that makes them stand out above the rest. For me, this game stands above the rest. The story is interesting, engaging, and thrilling. The end result is one I definitely did not see coming, but it was incredible! The scare factor is pretty good, not as scary as games like SAW, but I think the scare factor in this game works really well. The characters are well developed and really fun to learn about. I keep wishing that they make returns in future games because some of them were really fun to talk to. It is the type of game that keeps you interested the whole time, and you won't want to stop playing until you solve the mystery! It really is a load of fun, and I seriously recommend this game to EVERYONE :) I've played them all, and this game truly is the best.
This is my all-time favorite Nancy Drew mystery! Full of fun puzzles and mini-games, as well as interesting culture and characters.
Kyler is now engaged to Matt Simmons and is excited to hold her wedding at Castle Malloy. Her grandfather recently passed away and he never spoke about his childhood. Kyler is just now learning about her true family history — did she find something she wants to hide from?
A travel and sailing free-lance writer for magazines. Known for his dry wit, Matt loves to play pranks on others. He’s marrying Kyler and wants to make the occasion something no one will ever forget, but has he gone too far this time?
Matt’s best friend and accomplice on sailing trips. Kit was born in the US and moved to London when he was young, but he never picked up the British accent. He currently works as a land developer, but he may be here for other reasons than just to help out with the wedding…
As Castle Malloy’s ever-present caretaker, he’s the resident expert on Irish mythology and lore, which might explain his overly superstitious nature. This Irish born gentleman isn’t particularly fond of foreigners and he’s the first to admit it. Did he kidnap Matt to protect the castle from being cursed?
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