Independence Day 2014!

Happy independence day! I hope you have plans to hang out with friends and family this weekend and have some fun! I love BBQs and summer food. My family likes to play board games and table-top games because we are “gamers.”

Someday I hope we have the pleasure of making a Nancy Drew game that involves our nation’s history and early culture. Perhaps throw in some old missing documents and old buildings from the 1700s. That would be awesome, I think!

For now, we get to enjoy the 30 mystery games we have made. Will you be playing a Nancy Drew game this weekend? Are there any that you are missing from your collection? we have a weekend sale to help with that! Shop here and get 25% off any digital game!


On another note, be sure to visit our YouTube channel to watch Dahlia’s latest video!

(No weekend puzzle today because of the holiday.) See you Monday!

-Little Jackalope

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7 responses to “Independence Day 2014!”

  1. If you do decide to make a game like the one you suggested, a book to base it off of could be Nancy Drew,Girl Detective : High Risk. It’s about stolen documents! I can imagine some puzzle that would take place in the game like they did in the book.

  2. Joey says:

    if you did do the 1700s game you could make it about the missing white house corner stone.

  3. jadyn byrne says:

    Im gonna play WAC, and VEN or TOT 🙂

  4. ND's #1 fan says:

    Happy Independence Day, HeR Interactive and fellow HeRians! 😛 I went over to my grandparents’ house and my uncle grilled burgers and hot dogs. Yum! And we had key lime pie too 😛 And that sounds like an awesome game idea, LJ! Oh, and I didn’t see a new video from Dahlia? The newest one was last weeks’ ND trivia challenge. (which was awesome, btw!) Oh well, see ya next week! 😀

  5. Katie says:

    Yes! Nancy Drew meets National Treasure! PLEASE. 😀

  6. CG says:

    You should make a game that takes place in Maryland! If you need any info on the state or cities in the state let me know! There’s a great mystery in Carroll County about a lost silver mine in Silver Run!I even have a book about ghosts and legends in the area! And, Maryland history goes back to at least the 1600s. Once again, If you have any questions, just let me know.

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