I have already written a review of Nancy Drew: Treasure in the Royal Tower, and I find that I have very little to say that is different. Read my previous review, and it will describe this game almost exactly.
This game did have a slider puzzle, and there was a maze. On the plus side, you could hit the "M" key and a map of the maze popped up on the screen.
I don't think I will bother to write any more reviews of these games; my sample of two shows that they are following a formula, so I will only post reviews of them if there are substantial differences. I enjoyed the second one enough that I still plan on playing the entire series of Nancy Drew games.
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