The Final Scene is the fifth game in the Nancy Drew adventure series. It is based on Nancy Drew Files #38: The Final Scene.
Search a darkened movie theater to free a hostage from her captor's dangerous plot!
Nancy's high school friend, Maya Nguyen, who is now a reporter for Washington University's paper, has invited Nancy to the Royal Palladium Theater in Saint Louis, Missouri to help her interview the star actor in a new movie, Brady Armstrong. His movie, Vanishing Destiny, will be the final premiere at the theater before its demolition. However, when Maya gets kidnapped just seconds after entering Brady's dressing room, you, as Nancy Drew, are now plunged into a desperate race against the clock. With the theater being torn down in just three days, can you outwit the kidnapper and rescue your friend before the wrecking ball flies? Or will this be Maya's final scene?
- Learn about Harry Houdini and his magic tricks
- Explore the inner workings of a historical theater
- Coordinate with the police and local groups to save a landmark theater
Brady is the star of Vanishing Destiny, the final film to premiere in the Royal Palladium. Maya was supposed to interview him before her kidnapping.
Simone is Brady's agent. She's focused on his career and success, and doesn't hesitate to exploit situations for publicity.
Nick is the leader of the activist group HAD IT (Humans Against the Destruction of Illustrious Theaters). Stationed inside the theatre, he's campaigning for its preservation. However, he seems to have a reputation for taking drastic measures to preserve theatres.
Joe is the theatre's caretaker, who works in the projection room and looks after the theatre.
The phone is located in the ticket booth.
Bess and George are cousins and both are good friends of Nancy. They can give her advice on her case.
Ned is Nancy's boyfriend, and also offers her advice and hints.
Eustacia is an elderly woman who is Harry Houdini's cousin by marriage. Nancy can call her to hopefully find a way to prevent the Royal Palladium theater from being knocked down, given that Harry Houdini had half ownership of it.