Love from Sonny

Here comes the smolder…

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Yeah, I thought that face he made was pretty cute. Anyways, the physical BONUS EDITION pre-orders are running even lower still. So be sure to order your copy before they run out! (We already received ours here in the office.)

Here in the Her Interactive office, the strategy guide was completed, the artists are working on the next game (which looks AWESOME), and our lead tester let me try out a puzzle to see how easy or hard the Amateur and Master levels are. It was pretty cool. You’ll get to see a little bit of it soon, or should I say, as soon as you finish playing The Shattered Medallion next week.

I think I’m going to go snoop through the artist folders and see if the character illustrations are done yet…

We have a birthday!

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-Little Jackalope

5 responses to “Love from Sonny”

  1. Firestone2430 says:

    I was just wondering, how long does it actually take for a Nancy Drew game to be created, made and completely done? I know we get ND games, one in May and th other in October but what goes into it. I’ve seen the videos of like the characters being made, but i was interested in how like, the designs came about.

  2. Abby says:

    Love the Smolder thing! Love it!

  3. YAY! I cant believe you are already starting on another game already! But I guess that makes sense since the games take so long to make. Is it based off of a book? I read a book that would be perfect for a game. It would need alterations but it could work. The book is called The Clue In The Old Stagecoach.It’s Nancy Drew of course. As I was reading it,I could imagine it animated! #thesmolder

  4. Abby says:

    Ya know, Sam, there are a lot of books that could be made into games. Such as…The Clue of the Dancing Puppet! I love that book, and it would be easy to animate and stuff! That of The Clue in the Old Stagecoach would be perfect!!! Awesome!!

  5. Emma says:

    I agree, the Clue of the Dancing Puppet would be awesome! Since the “puppets” in the book were actually automatons, the game could be done with a steampunk theme, or at a robotics convention (return of Rentaro, anyone?) The game could also have some puppet history, or even be set at a struggling marionette theater and museum.

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