Nancy Drew®: Treasure in a Royal Tower

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Nancy Drew®: Treasure in a Royal Tower

Uncover a Royal Mystery!
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Game Info & Requirements

Nancy Drew®: Treasure in a Royal Tower

While snowed in at the Wickford Castle Ski Resort, Nancy Drew uncovers a mystery fit for a queen. Play as the girl detective to search the castle, with its dead-ends and detours that hint at a legend left behind by Marie Antoinette! Solve baffling puzzles, search concealed rooms, interview evasive suspects, and sidestep danger on the hunt for a secret that the doomed Queen was desperate to hide. The full version of Nancy Drew®: Treasure in a Royal Tower features:

  • Junior or Senior Detective difficulty levels
  • A twisting, turning plot to uncover
  • Exciting mini-games!

What did the ill-fated Queen of France have to hide? Find out when you dare to play Nancy Drew®: Treasure in a Royal Tower!

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Copyright © 2001 Her Interactive, Inc. HER INTERACTIVE, the HER INTERACTIVE logo and DARE TO PLAY are trademarks of Her Interactive, Inc. NANCY DREW is a registered trademark of Simon & Schuster, Inc. Licensed by permission of Simon & Schuster, Inc.


Use the mouse to search the castle, interview suspects, play mini-games, and conduct your investigation.

See in-game help for detailed instructions.

Minimum Requirements:

Windows XP/Vista
500 MHz processor
256 MB RAM
585 MB free disc space
DirectX 9.0c
16 MB video RAM


Developed and Published by: Her Interactive, Inc.

Ratings & Reviews

  • Average Rating:
  • 3.65
  • 3.65
Anonymous - May 28, 2016 -
This game was long and tedious. Don't get me wrong I still love this game but it's not one of my favorites.
Anonymous - Mar 17, 2016 -
great game love ND games
Anonymous - Jun 24, 2013 -
Probably one of my least favorite of the Nancy Drew Games, and I have played ALL of them, at least twice. The plot is fine, and puzzles, but the navigation is infuriating! It is beyond obnoxious to navigate through the castle. I would rate it really bad as far as ND games go, but since even the worst of ND games are still better than most I gave it Pretty Good.
Anonymous - Jul 27, 2012 -
My FAVORITE of the ND games! :D
Anonymous - Nov 16, 2011 -
Zinning - make sure you have updated your directx


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