Following footprints on the beach
Bird ID/Finding by sound or sight
Use Head Lamp
Hidden Waterfall cave
Making shell Jewelry
I wonder which ones made it?
This weeks highlights:
- I met with the box designer on Wednesday and we brainstormed some terrific ideas for the cover image.
- The opening scene is being created - it's going to be scarrrry.
- All of the character animations are in the game. They look great. Big Island Mike and Quigley are a hoot.
- The final puzzle has been a huge challenge for design, art, development and production- it will be worth it!
I guess most of our hardcore fans have Danger by Design and are excitely solving the mystery. Do you guys like it so far? Was this your favorite setting? Where you surprised by the ending? These questions float in my mind and I wonder what our fans are thinking. Can you tell me? We'll hear more from the media critics in the coming weeks, but it's our fans that are the most important voice.
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This is the second launch with our online store and it's been a learning process. We've grown more than we had ever anticipated and we thank our fans for that. Of course, there are growing pains and we hope to get through them. Zero hour is exciting as it is terrifying (for all the things that could go wrong).
It saddens me that our online store has to be taken down for maintenance in the middle of one of our greatest launches, but it heartens me to know that you guys keeps trying so hard to order DAN.
So call us to order your game! We want to talk to you and hear your thoughts. Nancy Drew fans unite!
This got me to thinking. What if ND17 tells two stories; one in present day and one that will take place in the future? Of course, we wonâ€™t even start design on ND17 until the future. By that time the future will probably be the present, and the present will already be the past. Oh well. Nancy Drew in the future would be kewl.
JJ's closet is filled with the coolest outfits straight from the catwalks of Paris. When we designed the Paris Fashion Adventure mini-game, we looked through magazines, watched fashion shows, and scoured the internet for the latest trends. Here are some of the outfits we found that inspired the clothes for our mini-game.
This one is from Chanel. It's perfect to wear to the office.
And what's haute couture without a gorgeous evening gown fit for a princess? We changed ours to coral to make it less like a wedding gown.
JJ is so lucky that she gets to wear all these couture fashions. I guess the next best thing is playing Paris Fashion Adventure. Dress JJ up in your favorite outfit and then email it everyone (don't forget yourself!) to admire. Strike a pose!