Easter & Podcast (Weekend Puzzle #337)

Happy Easter weekend! Enjoy a little casual gaming time with your family, shop the Dossiers for 50% off this weekend!

Nancy Drew Mystery Adventure Games Easter Sale

Are you a fan of Bet Rawley, Hilda Swenson, or Emily Foxworthy? Check out the latest podcast on iTunes! Or watch it on our YouTube channel. πŸ˜‰

Nancy Drew Mystery Adventure Games Podcast

We have some birthdays to celebrate!

Nancy Drew Mystery Adventure Games Fan Birthday

Nancy Drew Mystery Adventure Games Fan Birthday

Here’s your weekend puzzle, enjoy! (It’s about TMB.)

Nancy Drew Mystery Adventure Games Puzzle

-Little Jackalope

Save

39 responses to “Easter & Podcast (Weekend Puzzle #337)”

  1. Jackson says:

    Hi LJ!

    Have you seen the news in the MIss Clue game website? I think this is what people mean when they say “please, please please updates :)”

    No one really cares about the release date if they got little “proof of life” morsels

    THank you for considering this! πŸ™‚

  2. Gnillet Ton says:

    Why is the visitor comment section disabled on the Facebook page?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello “not telling,” we have not disabled visitor comments or messaging on our Facebook page. I see you were able to post a comment on Saturday, was it a matter of momentary Facebook error, perhaps?

    • Anonymous says:

      Hello . . . may I ask that you stop using this name on the amateur sleuth blog? While I do not post on the amateur sleuth blog, this is my name on social media. I don’t want there to be any confusion (i.e. people thinking it is the same person.) Thanks.

      • Little Jackalope says:

        Hello “anonoymous.” We know you are the same person, but if you wish for us to not to refer to you by name, we can honor that. Please keep in mind that if we forget it is you, we may reply back to some of your questions with a repeat answer – since we wouldn’t remember if we answered you in the past.

        • Anonymous says:

          Hello LJ – I am unsure of what you mean. I have a social media account with the name “Gnillet Ton” which is a pun/inside joke with my family because it sounds close to my real name, and now it’s what I prefer being called. However, the person on the amateur sleuth blog who is going by the name of “Gnillet Ton” is not me. The point I was trying to make is that there are two different people going by this same name. I was asking the person here if they might adopt a different name just to eliminate any confusion. Sorry if I confused you. I may have responded to you by mistake, instead of the other Gnillet that posts here on the blog. I hope I that makes sense. Let me know if there is anything further I can clear up.

        • Anonymous says:

          “Hello β€œanonoymous.” We know you are the same person, but if you wish for us to not to refer to you by name, we can honor that. Please keep in mind that if we forget it is you, we may reply back to some of your questions with a repeat answer – since we wouldn’t remember if we answered you in the past.”

          What do you mean? I’m still confused about what you meant.

          • Alex says:

            Gnillet, admins on here can probably see the IP addresses of the posters or something like that. So if posters claiming to be different people post from the same internet connection, admin would know that they’re actually the same person.

          • Anonymous (aka the REAL Gnillet) says:

            Thank you Alex, I appreciate that SOMEONE was kind enough to respond back to me. However, this does not make sense, because if this was the case, then they would be able to see that there are, in fact, two separate addresses. All I know is that I am the REAL Gnillet, and that the person who has been posting for a while now under the name of Gnillet Ton is somebody else pretending to be me. Whether this was intentional or not, I do not know. Ever since I noticed the name appear a while ago, I have been keeping tabs on it. I was hoping that they would discontinue the use of this name on their own accord, but as they did not, I felt the need to speak up about it.

            I do use a shared computer with other family members, but they are not malicious, and why would they steal my identity? So the only conclusion I can come to is that, for whatever intents and purposes, someone out there is pretending to be me.

            Thank you again for your response, Alex. The lack of concern I have been shown from Her Interactive personnel is shocking, to say the least.

          • Little Jackalope says:

            Hello Anonymous, I’m sorry if I seemed unconcerned. However, I cannot enforce username rules for commenters on social media or on the blog, unless I simply delete their comments. I only delete comments if it is spam, or if they are inappropriate or rude. And yes, I see each of your IP address, so I know whom I am speaking to when responding to comments on the blog. (If there is an issue with usernames on Facebook, please see their privacy policy and contact them for action.)

            If you have any questions, concerns, or feedback for us, please email us at feedback@herinteractive.com. If you have questions or comments about the blog post (or the weekend puzzle or weekend sale shown in this post) keep writing! I’ll be sure to respond to all. πŸ™‚

    • Anonymous says:

      Hello . . . may I ask that you stop using the name “Gnillet Ton” on the amateur sleuth blog? While I do not post on the amateur sleuth blog, this is my name on social media. I don’t want there to be any confusion (i.e. people thinking it is the same person.) Thanks.

  3. tsuki says:

    According to the MHM credits, it’s “Emily Foxworth”. Just wanted to let you know πŸ˜‰

    Anyway, loving the emphasis on TMB this week! It has some of my favorite atmosphere out of all the games.

  4. Milly says:

    Please please please could you beg the leads of the company to give us an actual update? Fans are getting really upset . . . I hope the leads can see all the comments that ask about MID, and know the state of their fan-base.

  5. Dany says:

    Can it at least be confirmed that we will see MID sometime in the next 5 years? 10?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Dany, I wish I could confirm, but I really don’t know when we will have an estimated release date. When we have an idea, I will be sure to share the news with you.

    • Sggoren says:

      Ouch. Lol they cannot even confirm if it will happen in the next 5 years. 7 years to make MID? With such a weak plot line? Yikes.

      • Little Jackalope says:

        Hello Sggoren, I do not want to confirm anything about the next Nancy Drew game until we are more sure and closer to finishing the game. Only then will we know that the content will not change dramatically from what we would have shown you before. The plot line we released in the teaser trailer is very simple for these reasons. The game and story can go through many changes until it is complete. Stay tuned for real news in the future, as I will be sure to share it. πŸ™‚

  6. Bob says:

    Are you working on MID? Because I’m getting pretty tired of waiting. I’ve already finished every single one at least twice while waiting (Except Resorting to Danger)!

  7. Leah says:

    Thanks for the birthday wish!

  8. Holly says:

    I’m a fan of MID being released.

    • Teresa says:

      Me too Holly! But they have to take their time to get the game to be the best Nancy Drew game ever!! Plus they are doing updates on their game system so we can have a better experience right LJ????

  9. Natalie says:

    I’m so excited for MID to come out (hopefully soon)! I’ve been playing these games since I was little and still do as an adult.They have gotten better through the years so who knows how awesome MID will turn out!

  10. Cole says:

    When you say “we” are working on the game, do you mean the company to which you outsourced? Or are there still employees in Bellevue that are contributing?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Cole, I mean everyone involved in our company and with our company.

      • Cole says:

        But aren’t the only people currently physically working on the game, the outsourcing company?

        • Little Jackalope says:

          Hello Cole, everyone with HeR Interactive is working on MID in some capacity. When I have more behind the scenes things to share, I will, but at this time I do not have any details to shed light on.

  11. Teresa says:

    Lj, I’m sorry for asking about MID! I know your probably annoyed by all the questions about updates about the game. How do you guys deal with all of it? I hope whenever it comes out it’s good with all the troubles of us fans asking for updates

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Teresa, we are just as anxious for the release of MID as many of our fans are. πŸ™‚ I’m particularly excited for when I get to share little tidbits and behind the scenes things, but that time hasn’t come yet.

      • Teresa says:

        I Bet that’s your favorite thing to do is share behind the scenes of ND! I would be so excited if i was you!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *