Pizza Videos & Fan Art (Weekend Puzzle #338)

We had another fan share her coloring page of Kate Drew! If you want to do a little coloring this weekend, you can download and print the page here. Another coloring page will be released on Monday. ๐Ÿ˜‰

Nancy Drew Mystery Adventure Games Fan Art

If you hadn’t heard the news, Ovation brands restaurants (Country Buffet, Old Country Buffet, Ryan’s, Furr’s, Hometown Buffet etc.) are hosting Nancy Drew: Codes & Clues Family nights on Thursdays, starting now through May 25th. I thought this video was really fun and well put together by Tess, so I had to share it for the animation quality. ๐Ÿ™‚

Here’s your weekend puzzle, themed after Shadow at the Water’s Edge. Enjoy!

Nancy Drew Mystery Adventure Games Crossword Puzzle

-Little Jackalope


Posted in: Artist, Blogs, Codes & Clues

15 responses to “Pizza Videos & Fan Art (Weekend Puzzle #338)”

  1. felicity18 says:

    Hey LJ!

    I really like the coloring page of Kate Drew that you posted. Maybe HerInteractive should consider putting together an adult coloring book! I would certainly buy that! ๐Ÿ™‚


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  3. Samuel says:

    Are the Codes and Clues nights everywhere or just in certain locations?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      At those restaurants, it’s every Thursday. I believe you could check and see if your local restaurant is participating.

  4. Kate says:

    So . .. .what’s going on with MID? It’s been 2 years. Are we ever going to get an update? Fans are starting to give up here.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Katie! Don’t give up! We are still working on MID. I hope to have an update to share with you in the near future.

      • Kate says:

        Oh thank heavens. That is good news indeed. I will keep checking back. Thank you.

        • Gnillet Ton says:

          Yay for an update soon! Thanks LJ! ๐Ÿ™‚

          • Anonymous (aka the REAL Gnillet) says:

            Hi, this is the REAL Gnillet. I am unsure if you saw the message I left for you on one of your past blog posts . . . would you consider adopting another name here on the blog, please? It is very upsetting to me to have my identity stolen.

          • Little Jackalope says:

            Hello “real Gnillet”, it was considerate of you to ask this request. If it is any consolation, I will still be able to tell you both apart here on the blog, since you both use different internet addresses, and will be able to reply to you each accordingly. (It is also common for people to share similar names, even if the name is uncommon. I cannot enforce two Elizabeths to change their names, however, for example.)

          • Anonymous (aka the REAL Gnillet) says:

            Thanks LJ ๐Ÿ™‚

          • Gnillet Ton says:

            I mean…your identity hasn’t been stolen just because someone has the same username. I find your request slightly absurd but I will however stop using this name if it’s really that big of a deal to you.

          • Anonymous (aka the REAL Gnillet) says:

            Hi Gnillet #2 . . . thank you very much. It wasn’t the name itself that was the problem. It was when you commented saying that the facebook visitors comments were disabled, and LJ responded saying that you had no trouble posting on Saturday. Except, that was ME who posted, and I’m sure you were confused, thinking “Huh? No I didn’t post on Saturday!”. It was mistakenly assumed that we were one and the same person, and I thought a name change would be a good idea, not just for me, but for you as well, to eliminate any confusion in the future. Again, thank you very much! I appreciate it. ๐Ÿ˜€

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