Delve into Dark Legends Lurking in the Shadow of an Old English Mansion!
All is not well in Blackmoor Manor, a fourteenth century English mansion haunted by a tragic past. You, as Nancy Drew, embark on your first international adventure to visit Linda Penvellyn, your neighbor’s daughter and newlywed wife of a British diplomat. A mysterious malady keeps Linda hidden behind thick bed curtains. Is she hiding from something or someone, or is a more menacing threat stalking her? Face your fears to find the truth in Nancy Drew: Curse of Blackmoor Manor!
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10 to Adult
Retail Release October 2004
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“Blackmoor is a sure winner. It has a good, strong story line, the primo ingredient in any game, and the developers have attended to details in a way that their enthusiasm becomes apparent throughout the gameplay.” ~Just Adventure
“The gameplay is exactly right: intriguing, engaging and challenging, without being frustrating. The game is long enough, and not too long… The puzzles are great, the mini-games are great……it’s a great game.” ~PC GameZone
“The best of the Nancy Drew adventures to date, and even if you don’t like the series, this is one you just might wish to try. A well written story, colorful graphics, and interesting puzzles make this a winner.” ~GameBoomers
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I thoroughly enjoyed this game. It was a little scary at times, but not too bad! I loved the conservatory. I wish that I could have explored the kitchen. The puzzles take patience. One took me two days to understand, but it paid off. With some I ended up looking online for the answers, but I could have done them with more time and patience. The culprit was not who I thought it would be. I enjoyed playing the games with Jane!
This is one of the first games I played at about age 7, some ten years ago. I still get nightmares about it, really. I played with my mom as a child and I remember this one being particularly difficult so it definitely isn't a beginners game. It's a classic and my all time favorite of the oldies and I would LOVE to see a remastered version.
i got eaten by a plant.
The creepy atmosphere, the bizarre plot, and the overall feel of this game are what makes me love ND. The setting is mysterious and beautiful. I still remember the song about Bridget... Fun and interactive. I love this game!
This is one of my favorites. It's one of the old ones, but the setting is so beautiful, the plot great and the characters are quite funny. The ending was a little to far-fetched in my opinion (the end puzzle, that is), and playing the games with Jane over and over again is sometimes annoying. But overall, super game!
This is one of my favorite games. The environment is great, the puzzles are great, and the characters are great. I love how every puzzle has a purpose, and that purpose is to solve the ending puzzle, and it just all ties in very nicely. Is it just me or is the moving rooms puzzle so much fun? And beware of Ethel, you'll understand why I said that when you get to the part.
I liked this game. It was a little confusing when it came to the passages under/around the manor, and I'm still not sure what those little 'ghosts' were supposed to be, but the setting was really cool, especially Nancy's room! I loved learning about astronomy/astrology and alchemy, which made the puzzles really interesting. Worth playing.
Even at 22 years old, this game still creeps me out (with the red eyes in the window and the mysterious night-time figure). It was easily one of the more challenging ND games but the puzzles are definitely worth it! I may end up taking another stab at it....with the lights on, at least.
Out of all the Nancy Drew mystery games I have played, "The Curse of Blackmoor Manor" has been one of the most complex and exciting. There were many puzzles, but it was so satisfying when they linked together in the end.
This game has everything that I am looking for in a ND game. It has mystery and spookiness and makes you hunger for more. This game had me on the edge of my seat and really intrigued by its history and stories. Keep them coming!
A historian currently researching and cataloguing the Blackmoor Manor library. Nigel is interested in writing a history of the Penvellyn family. Could he be the one who can help find the key to unlocking the past? But what’s really behind his keen interest in the manor and its quirky inhabitants?
Ethel is Jane’s tutor and comes from a long line of tutors to the Penvellyn Clan. She is very mysterious; her oh-so-charming demeanor has an edge that hints at something deeper. Is there something painful in her past, or is she hiding a secret?
Grand-aunt to Jane and housekeeper of Blackmoor Manor. Mrs. Drake puts up a no-nonsense attitude and is truly confounded and frustrated with the recent spate of events. Outwardly she ‘pooh poohs’ the issue of curses and witches, but she is superstitious herself.
Linda married Hugh Penvellyn and recently moved from America to Blackmoor Manor, his ancestral home. She now refuses to let anyone see her face — even Nancy. She says there are some doors that should never be opened. What is she hiding besides her face?
Jane is unhappy with her move to Penvellyn Manor having enjoyed being raised in the US. Very curious and smart, she is knowledgeable of the manor’s secrets — is she stirring up trouble so she can go back home to her mom?