Archive for August, 2011


Weekend Puzzle #117

It’s the weekend! Time for some brain-trickery and teasing. 😉 This puzzle requires no keyword, and is actually a two-step puzzle. RDDHOKBOQ MOUOSCUNS Good luck detectives! ~Little Jackalope~

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Puzzle Boxes

We like puzzle boxes! The easy-to-carry, easy-to-hide-things-in boxes are always so creative. They are decorative to perplex your mind, and complex for you to solve. Take for example the puzzle box in Shadow at the Water’s Edge: this one’s a slider sort of puzzle. It is a simple concept that has you fingering the panels […]

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Sneaky Sleuthing

I was in need of some blank DVDs to burn some content onto, but the case of discs I had in mind were missing from their original location. Time to solve a little mystery! After questioning a few suspects and eye-witnesses, I went on a search for those missing blank DVDs. My first stop: my […]

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File Formats

There are several different video formats that you can create, edit, and view. On of the current struggles at a few of our desks here is getting the right file made. Some captured videos capture only one type of format, yet the video editing software can only import other kinds. When that happens, it’s time […]

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The Sharp Eye

Today I’ve been looking at some printing proofs. Sometimes the paper samples look so similar and the differences so minuscule that any normal person would not notice a difference. Although, I bet some of you super sleuths have a trained eye for finding differences! This is an important detective skill to have and practice. For […]

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Weekend Puzzle #116

OK savvy sleuths, here’s a little teasing for your brain over the weekend. (This one’s rather easy, so I don’t expect it should take very long). 😉 If you’d like to discuss this puzzle, the “Blogs and Tweets” forum on the Message Boards an awesome place to do so. My message to you: Good luck! […]

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Office Lingo

While in several of the Nancy Drew games we have the opportunity to hear and learn a few different languages, such as Spanish, French, Italian, German, and a wee bit ‘o Cockney, here at Her Interactive we have our own language: English. That is, English with a bit of computer speak. We have words that […]

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Like a Horse Race

Sometimes in the circle of Her Interactive life it feels like we are in a horse race, like in Last Train to Blue Moon Canyon: The horses represent tasks and the finish line is the deadline. Each horse has a position they need to finish in before another task (horse) can place. This might sound […]

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Hidden Clues

I was thinking about puzzles just now, and how I love adventure movies with puzzles that requires cracking codes and finding clues. Have you noticed that we often hide clues to our next games? Some are pretty vague, and if you don’t pay attention, you can easily miss them. Some random text or image could […]

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Another Monday Checklist

After a relaxing weekend of…well, call me guilty, but I played a Nancy Drew game and read a little of a Nancy Drew book. Yeah, some of us Nancy Drew geeks cannot let it go. But then, does Nancy ever really take time off from what she does? ~.^ This week’s task list is as […]

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