My First Nancy Drew Puzzle

Today’s Throwback Thursday is a favorite of mine from Message in a Haunted Mansion, which my first Nancy Drew game. And yes, for me, this was the first ND puzzle I had ever solved in my history of playing Nancy Drew games. <3 If you haven’t played this classic, you can get the digital download for 50% of using promo code MHM50 at checkout. (That means it’s a $5 game.) 😉


What was your first Nancy Drew game?

-Little Jackalope

8 responses to “My First Nancy Drew Puzzle”

  1. Karesha3 says:

    I think my first Nancy Drew game was Tomb of the Lost Queen.I really like all the puzzles.

  2. Alex says:

    Same here, LJ! MHM was my first game and yeah I guess this was my first puzzle. One of my fav games for that reason

  3. Katie says:

    This is the most impossible Nancy Drew puzzle ever! I tried for hours, and had to download the patch!

  4. felicity18 says:

    Hey Little Jackalope!

    My first Nancy Drew games was ironicly enough Message in a Haunted Mansion. I have very nostaligic feelings towards that game. I received it as a present for Christmas and I pretty much haven’t stoped playing Nancy Drew games since.


  5. RedWitch says:

    Hm, when I was younger (about 6 years old) I played CUR with my older sister. Btw, these four: SHA, CUR, CLK and TRN were the first ND games in my country. So, CUR was my the first ND game, and only later I played ND1-9.

  6. Kerri says:

    Message in a Haunted Mansion was my first game, too!! My family had just gotten our very first computer, so I was in the store with my mom, randomly perusing the video game aisle… that..???
    Me(while nearly jumping up and down): “Nancy Drew!!!! A Nancy Drew computer game! Can I get it?? Please, please, please?”
    Mom: *sigh* “Yes, I guess so.”
    Lol! I’ve been hooked ever since!!

  7. Lily says:

    Mine was Curse of blackmoor Manor which is probably my favourite one:)

  8. Vivian says:

    Message in a Haunted Mansion was my first game too!! When I got it years ago I played it in the dark, it was pretty scary but all the puzzles and secret hideaways made me love it. Ever since then I’ve been hooked and my passion for the games as well as books will never go away.

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