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This is the place to chat about the games or to make suggestions regarding the games. Remember that each game has its own rules of play and it is best to read the guidelines listed in each discussion and to check out the guidelines listed for Post and Solve, Mystery Parties and Teasers.



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dawnyoder - 12:33pm Jan 30, 2004 PST(#10 of 26)

With all the re-arranging going on, would it be possible to separate the Post & Go folders from the Post & Vote ones?


Fran Hinkel - 10:48am Feb 23, 2004 PST(#11 of 26)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Hi Dawn, sorry it took me so long to get here. That actually is not a bad idea. I will email Sunny and direct her to this post to see how she likes the idea. Thanks!


dianawolf - 03:04pm Feb 27, 2004 PST(#12 of 26)
Procrastination is a virus

If someone likes to pick out answers and perhaps does get them correct occasionally, is there an acceptable way to refrain from hosting (if they accidently win without being fast enough to avoid it) since they know (big time) that they're extremely inept at producing an acceptable, challenging puzzle in the correct manner?


Atanua- 8^) - 08:05am Feb 28, 2004 PST(#13 of 26)
Short and unpronouncable ... and proud of it!!!

Just try not to solve the last bit, Diana. If you intend to solve the last but one bit and someone posts the other bit just before you do, you can always delete your post.

And remember that you can always ask for help when creating a puzzle. On the Resources page, there's people listed for most of the puzzle that will gladly give you some help with your puzzle. And your puzzle doesn't have to be difficult and challenging. An easy one from time to time is fun too. :-)


Tibbadee - 09:32am Jun 27, 2004 PST(#14 of 26)

dose anyone know how to get in to the control room in Stay Tuned for Danger? the password might help!


Tibbadee - 09:34am Jun 27, 2004 PST(#15 of 26)

or how to find Millie's Stranghorn's password on the computer. yeah, that mgiht help too.


Jinx - 11:11am Jun 27, 2004 PST(#16 of 26)
All you need is a chip and a chair. Shuffle up and deal!

hi tibbadee, welcome to mysterynet! if you look over on your left there is a greenish-gray bar with various links. if you click on the link for games and puzzles i'm sure someone there will be able to answer your questions about your game :o)


Fran Hinkel - 07:34am Jul 17, 2004 PST(#17 of 26)
You can check out anytime you like...but you can never leave!

Thanks, JInx. tibbadee, click on the link at the left side of the page for Nancy Drew Games. Then look for the discussion of the game you are playing and post your message there. Someone should be able to help you there.


josephmazzaferro - 12:48pm Feb 28, 2005 PST(#18 of 26)

Suicide or Homicide?When a 96 year old Reginald Van Houston's last act is to dial 911 When the police arrive on the scene thay find his Body lying in a pool of his own blood next to the phone,the blood still ozing out of the knife wound to his chest. The blood splatter indicates he crawled from the kitchen to the parlor, a kitchen knife had blood on it was found on the floor in the kitchen. The phone in the kitchen had been pulled lose and was not working,in the kitchen was medication for prostate cancer,he was in pain suffering suicide or homicide. Should I investigate further?


josephmazzaferro - 12:50pm Feb 28, 2005 PST(#19 of 26)

If you said yes you where correct!


josephmazzaferro - 12:57pm Feb 28, 2005 PST(#20 of 26)

On the kitchen table was yesterday mail bills and a statement from the bank also a note pad. Forensics brought ot the writing from the prevous message from a bank examiner checking out three thousand dollars that had been with drawn. Van Houston noted somethings wrong.


Atanua- 8^) - 01:02pm Feb 28, 2005 PST(#21 of 26)
Short and unpronouncable ... and proud of it!!!

Joseph, If you want to host a mystery puzzle, please check our teaser section. There you find all info on how to play.


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