Investigate a school plagued by suspicions and lies in Nancy Drew® - Warnings at Waverly Academy, a fun new case with the young female sleuth.
Nancy Drew is going undercover at a prestigious girls' boarding school. Her aim is to discover the culprit behind a series of threatening notes and dangerous accidents targeting valedictorian candidates. Is there a secret someone wants to protect, or are the malicious pranks intended to scare away the competition - permanently?
Find out as you, Nancy Drew, solve this case before the threats turn deadly. Immerse yourself in high school life by texting, cramming for projects, and navigating social cliques. Play air hockey and darts in the student lounge or run the snack bar for credits.
Stay up past curfew to explore in the night and snoop through dorm rooms. Use your phone to take pictures of evidence or to call for hints.
Try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of Nancy Drew® - Warnings at Waverly Academy today!
Solve threats to students before they turn deadly in this Nancy Drew Adventure.
Immerse yourself in high school life by texting, cramming, and navigating social cliques.
Play air hockey and darts in the student lounge or run the snack bar for credits.
Stay up past curfew to explore in the night and snoop through dorm rooms.
Choose from Junior or Senior Detective difficulty levels.
This is one of my favorite ND games!! I've played it about 4 times now, and I still enjoy it a great deal. It's challenging, but not so much that you need outside help. This one is also great for kids. My 12yr old daughter loves ND games, but always needs a walk-through, however, she is able to get by without one on this game. I highly recommend this one!
AllieCase | Added on: June 20, 2013
This game is in my Top 5 of favorite ND games! One of the most unique storylines for a Nancy Drew game and for how different it is it definitely paid off. It might be more fun for me because I am a student and this plot was somewhat relatable, but I also like it because what you end up learning about (Edgar Allen Poe) is very, very cool. If anybody has any questions about any of the Nancy Drew games contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org! I can help if you're stuck or just want to know the best games.
I hadn't played the other Nancy Drew games, but I found this one unbearable. I wouldn't have said this was a 'hidden object' game at all. I ended up wandering around, even on the 'easy' setting, getting frustrated at trying to navigate around and understand the game. It would have been great to have some hint buttons.
TriannaLi | Added on: July 26, 2012
This is one of my all time favorite Nancy Drew games. Gameplay is beautiful, voice acting is high quality and the story is one of the best ones the series has done. The mystery is interesting and challenging without being impossible, and actually makes sense. Sets a high bar for all Nancy Drew games following!
pavarox | Added on: August 3, 2012
Well, it is indeed one of the best of the series, maybe it looks a little with the Blackmoor Manor, but is totally different. This one has better graphics, better scenes. It was launched in 2009 comparing with 2004. One of the things that I like in Nancy games is that you can replay them after a year or two, because you'll be forgotten anything and you'll have the same fun as for the first time.