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Nancy Drew uses science to solve her 27th mystery

7:07 AM, Jan. 15, 2013
In Her Interactive's 'Nancy Drew: The Deadly Device,' science and math puzzles appear throughout the mystery making it fun and intellectually challenging. (Gannett/File)
In Her Interactive's 'Nancy Drew: The Deadly Device,' science and math puzzles appear throughout the mystery making it fun and intellectually challenging. (Gannett/File)
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Looking for video games with positive role models for girl gamers? Developer Her Interactive sets that bar high in its series of Nancy Drew games. The latest, Nancy Drew: The Deadly Device, is the 27th installment in this award-winning series of games playable on computers. And this time detective Nancy Drew uses science to help her to solve a mysterious death.

Players step into the shoes of Nancy Drew, a teenage sleuth who is strong, resourceful, and intelligent. Nancy has been hired to investigate the baffling death of brilliant physicist Niko Jovic, a scientist who was inspired by the work ...

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