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Nancy Drew: The Final Scene Cheats and Links
Okay, first of all, there aren't any trainers or hex editors for Nancy Drew: The Final Scene, because Nancy has no stats, skills, hit points, or anything else you could
conceivably want to edit. I'm really surprised how many people ask me for that sort of thing.
The only way to really cheat in this game is to look up the
solution to a puzzle rather than figuring it out yourself. If you want to do that, or you just want to learn more about this game, here are a few good
links for you:
My Final Scene Pages:
Nancy Drew: The Final Scene Hints, with general gameplay information and suggestions.
Nancy Drew: The Final Scene Walkthrough, with details of each game location.
Nancy Drew: The Final Scene Spoilers, listing all the possible ways to die in Nancy Drew: The Final Scene along with some other spoilers.
Nancy Drew: The Final Scene Story, giving a plot summary and list of character subplots and resolutions.
Nancy Drew Review, with a spoiler-free overview of the games for those considering playing.
Nancy Drew: The Final Scene Game Critique, with detailed spoilers and discussion of plot holes.
Nancy Drew Villains, with my ranking of which game villains were most dangerous.
Other Nancy Drew: The Final Scene Pages:
Universal Hints System is a great place to get a spoiler for one specific puzzle you're stuck on without accidentally ruining any of the rest of the game--they have
their walkthrough uniquely structured to reveal only one hint at a time.
Here is Her Interactive's homepage, with patches, technical support, and forums covering all 15 of their Nancy Drew adventure games.
Very explicit walkthrough, lots of spoilers and screenshots of puzzle solutions.
Wikipedia article about The Final Scene.
The rest of these links aren't related to Nancy Drew: The Final Scene, but you may enjoy them anyway...
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