Fan Art – Class Card

Today we received a great big card with art from the book The Secret of the Old Attic. This card was from a class we sent a Nancy Drew game to, which they loved!

-Little Jackalope

11 responses to “Fan Art – Class Card”

  1. That’s magnificent! Which game did you guys give to that school? Warnings at Waverly Academy? I love that game one of the best ones! I wished they had Nancy Drew games when
    I was in school! Hey LJ, did you guys get my thank you letter from me for my meeting with you guys?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      I think we gave them Nancy Drew: Ghost of Thornton Hall. 🙂 WAC is one of my favorites, too, it’s a great game! I believe we did get your thank you letter! Thanks!

  2. OH I LOVE GHOST OF THORNTON HALL!!!! My aunt and uncle got me that game along with The Shattered Medallion, such a creepy awesome game! My Mom has always encouraged me to write thank you notes to very gracious people! Did you get my message about when your birthday, Tess’s birthday, Jared’s birthday and Penny’s birthday is so I can mark them on my calendar?

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Writing thank you notes is always a pleasure to the recipient, thank you for yours! My birthday is February 14th, and everyone else’s I think is January, but I’m not entirely sure. Sorry!

  3. Julia Pettys says:

    Little Jackalope! I know a few months back we had the suggestion of The Young Socratics for game play in the mean time – is it possible to get another one or two suggestions to hold us through till spring – it would be awesome if so!

    • Little Jackalope says:

      You bet! Maybe next week I’ll write a post on the topic. For now here are my quick recommendations: “The Room” for PC or in the iTunes App store for iPhones and iPads. “Myst” for PC, “Obduction” for PC (maybe Mac, too), “Syberia 1, 2, 3” for PC. That’s a start!

  4. Sakura says:

    Hi LJ! Are you going to have a back to school sale this year 🙂 I’m hoping on finishing my collection.

  5. Andrew says:

    Hi LJ. I was wondering if there is a way to obtain copies of early versions of any of the Nancy Drew games? I am asking because it will help me understand why things change during development. I also like to compare the difference between an early version of a game and the final version of a game.

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hello Andrew! We do not offer early game builds and anything before beta to non-employees. All the work in progress stays within the company unless it is concept art or photos that are shared on the blog. If you are curious about general game development, be sure to check out other game developers’ blogs, and some may have podcasts you can listen to! 🙂

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