A Sudden Decision

We had another top-secret walk-through meeting today for Ghost of Thornton Hall. I’ll try not to spoil it for you, but a small mention came up of a few second chances that we have done in the past. This instance is where you, as Nancy Drew, must make a quick-second decision to… well… do something.

A couple of examples that came to my mind were the ones from The Final Scene and The Haunted Carousel.

In The Final Scene, there is a moment where you are walking back stage and you see dust falling from above as you hear something coming from that direction. You are left with a few decisions: continue forward, stay put, look up, or move backwards. If you don’t move fast enough, your head will soon be hurting and it’s lights-out Nancy.

Same thing in The Haunted Carousel; you receive a note to arrive downstairs, but it’s a dead-end. At this point something big from above comes flying down at you!!

Perhaps a word of advice to culprits and villains in the future: when it comes to Nancy, giving her a 2-second warning does not improve your chances of hurting her. Giving her a smack on the head from behind is more risky, but definitely a more accurate, and guaranteed hit.

Also, Happy 18th birthday to Andreea!!!

~Little Jackalope~

5 responses to “A Sudden Decision”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I’m glad I’m not the only 18 yr old who plays these lol.I’ve been playing these since i was about 10. 🙂

  2. Anonymous says:

    I definatly remember the one in the Haunyed Carousel but never played the final scene. isn’t there an instant like those in Kapu Cave??

    From me,

  3. Oh my gosh HeR, I can’t wait until the day comes for the premiere of The Ghost of Thornton Hall! I feel like it was just yesterday where I was 11 years old and I was waiting until Curse of Blackmoor Manor was coming out. Keep up with the insider scoop on this awesome game(:

  4. Haha – I also remember several moments in SAW that required quick thinking. 🙂 But I won’t give any spoilers around here…

  5. Anonymous says:

    Now I know that when I’m playing the game, I’ll have to be on my toes.

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