A museum curator hires you, as Nancy Drew, to assist with the most anticipated event of the year, but artifacts from the exhibit are mysteriously disappearing. Are these mishaps connected to the amphitheater’s upcoming performance? Or is an unseen villain pulling strings behind the scenes? Uncover the truth and recover the missing artifacts from the Labyrinth of Lies!
The Suspects/Character Profiles:
Xenia Doukas: Playing the lead role in the performance of “Persephone in Winter,” Xenia is a talented actress who is also the show’s director. She keeps busy with her work on the play, but is her sweet personality and demanding workload blinding Xenia from what’s truly going on behind the scenes? Or is her obsession with being a great actress masking her true intentions?
Niobe Papadaki: Niobe plays the role of Demeter, Persephone’s mother, but is also the show’s prop and stage artist. She has a strong interest in the artifacts in the museum and is referencing the pieces for the on-stage props and design. Terrified of being on stage, Niobe tends to keep to herself and focus on her work. But has Niobe been observing more than just the artwork? Could she possibly shed some light on her other observations at the museum?
Thanos Ganas: Hades, Greek god of the underworld, is large and intimidating, much like the actor who portrays him. Thanos lingers under the set, keeping an eye on all the stage hydraulics and making sure that the sets are working properly. He doesn’t like you snooping under the stage and is very protective of the set. Is there more to reveal in the underworld than Thanos is letting on?
Grigor Karakinos: Cast as Hermes the messenger, Grigor is also the stage manager and technician for the play. He works backstage with the lights, lifts, and other various stage assets. Charming and talkative, Grigor seems to know everyone and everything that is going on. He may be helpful in sharing interesting information, but is he holding anything back?
Melina Rosi: The curator of the museum, Melina Rosi, has called you in to assist with the exhibit in time for the grand opening and upcoming play. Her museum staff is mysteriously abandoning their roles. However, Melina is undeterred and will do whatever it takes to hunt down the truth. No one is closer to the artifacts than Melina, but could she be hiding her true involvement in the missing exhibit pieces?
Frank and Joe Hardy: Returning as phone contacts, the Hardy Boys are available to help you with your case. They can provide vital information regarding Greek myths and can shed additional light on the actors and the museum.
Playing the Game:
Walkthrough (where to go, who to talk to, etc.)
Cheats (puzzle solutions, Easter eggs, etc.)