Nancy Drew: Codes & Clues app from Her Interactive #NancyDrewCodes
Code your robot puppy to help Nancy Drew solve the mystery!
This is a really cute game that even my 11 year old daughter loves – and she is very picky. She was captivated the moment she was able to name her robot puppy. My favorite feature is that there are no in app ads or purchases or notifications! She is able to simply just play and have fun. I don’t get begged every five minutes to add money to her account. Simple fun.
About Nancy Drew’s App
As a member of Nancy Drew’s de-TECH-tive crew, choose disguises, find clues, and program your robot puppy to solve the mystery of a missing project at the Tech Fair. The mystery unfolds in a full narrative story spanning six chapters, as Nancy and friends encounter students who may have taken the missing project. Help Nancy track down suspects and discover what happened to the project before the Tech Fair competition begins!
Throughout the game players develop and use their growing de-TECH-tive skills. Players find clues in hidden object games and apply basic coding concepts to code their puppy and help Nancy out of tight spots at the end of every chapter. It’s the ultimate introduction to computer programming as the coding challenges increase as the story progresses and leads to a super coder award.
Kids will learn two of the three basic logic structures in computer programming:
Super de-TECH-tives will develop critical thinking skills:
- Pattern recognition
Attention to detail
Kids will follow the story and have fun while narrowing down their list of suspects:
- Read along with story dialogue!
Find clues within 20+ hidden object games!
Review clues, evidence, and possible suspects in the player’s Clue Book!
Select undercover disguises for Nancy, Bess and George!
Investigate a new location in each chapter!
Play bonus coding levels in Obstacle Course mode!
Collect in-game charms!
Listen to the “Codes & Clues” theme song composed by Berklee College of Music contest winner, Ana Tish, performed by Sofia Mazursky and produced by Grammy Award winner Tena Clark.
I used to love Nancy Drew (and the Hardy Boys) when I was younger. Couldn’t get enough of them. I am thrilled to have my daughter exposed to a new and more trendy Nancy Drew. My daughter was immediately able to come up with a name for her robot puppy, meet the girls, give them clothing she preferred and head off on their investigation. Interestingly the very first set of clues were horse related which captivated her even more since she loves horses.