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Weekend Mystery Part 3 = “Donut Evidence”

“It’s a semaphore code, when you use flags to signal letters,” replied Nancy. “Although I’m not sure what to make of the answer…” George offered to take a look at Nancy’s decoding. “Bavarian Rosslyn?” she questioned. “Sounds like a funny character you missed seeing on your last trip, Nancy!” giggled Bess. “There could be several […]

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Koko Kringle – Have a Kow!

I don’t have much time to talk, because Little Jackalope might be back from getting some cookies any minute… I snuck into the office late as most of the workers have already left for the day. I wanted to practice my computer-hacking skills and leave a huge hint about finally sharing Koko Kringle bars with […]

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Beginnings

I recently realized that last week a year ago I began writing to you all. I’m excited about this. In honor of the Little Jackalope’s being here for so long (and yes, I’m temporarily referring to myself in third-person) I plan on updating the look of the Amateur Sleuth blog. After all, it could use […]

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After Thanksgiving + Driveways

If you are reading this today (Monday), then you only have until the end of today (11:59 PST) to purchase a digital Nancy Drew game download for 50% off, and if you purchase any physical product, you will get free shipping. 😉 I made a silly decision to go shopping over the weekend when the […]

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Thanksgiving Weekend

Hey all! I just wanted to share a few announcements before the Thanksgiving weekend: The latest Newsletter has just been sent out! Yesterday we posted an interview with our Sales and Operations Manager, Maureen. There will be no Twitter Quote Contest today 🙁 Congrats to our Testimonial of the week winner, Veronica! She will receive […]

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Weekend Mystery Part 2 = “First Clue”

“Of course Nancy will take the case! She’s really good at tracking down the source scary notes,” chimed in Bess. “Sure, Mrs. Wilkins, I could take this case for you, as long as it’s ok if my friends can help..?” replied Nancy. “Oh of course!” answered the nervous lady. “Just please hurry, I’m not sure […]

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Character Animation

Today I got to attend a super awesome animation meeting! A few animators presented their work on the latest character’s movements and lip syncs, so I got to see them for the first time moving along with their speech. It was super cool! It takes a while to get to this point. Character development is […]

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Fall Leaves

The autumn leaves are still falling at our office. With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, I have been looking at a lot of fall-related images, and there are a lot of pretty leaves. Digging into Ghost Dogs of Moon Lake, I find several different kinds, such as oak, maple, ivy and one titled “shrub”. ~Leaves outside of […]

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Weekend Mystery Part 1 = “The Threat”

“Oh, Nancy!” A middle-aged woman waved her arm and scurried up to Nancy and her friends as fast as she could in her tall heels. Nancy, Bess, George and Ned were gazing at the old Town Hall one last time before the construction crew began to demolish it in preparation for the work on the […]

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Pockets and Coats

Today our writer was walking around with a sub sandwich tucked in his vest pocket. It made me laugh because it looked so random and funny. If someone has big pockets in a coat or vest, one could hide a lot of different things inside. I particularly like large pockets because I can put my […]

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