Her Interactive launched as a subdivision of American Laser Games in 1995, by releasing McKenzie & Company. In 1996, they released The Vampire Diaries, a video game adaption of L. J. Smith's novel series; the novels were also later adapted into a popular television series by The CW. McKenzie & Company and The Vampire Diaries went out of print around 2000 (when Her Interactive bought out American Laser Games), and copies are extremely difficult to find.
In 2007, Her Interactive released The Cody Capers: Cody Pops the Case. The game was an arcade-style adventure, revolving around a curious dog named Cody who tries to find the culprit of mysterious bubbles invading his neighborhood. The game is presumed to have had low sales, and went out of print around 2010.
In 2009, Her teamed with Sega to debut a Hardy Boys spin-off series for the Nintendo DS, beginning with a game titled Treasure on the Tracks. Although the game was presumed to have sold moderately well, a series was not forthcoming.
In 2011, Her released Shadow Ranch, a "game-book" for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. The game is similar to an e-book, but is also an interactive adventure with unique animations, voice-overs, and mini-games. Shadow Ranch was intended to be the first in a series called Nancy Drew: Mobile Mysteries, with the second game being Castle Finster (based on The Captive Curse); however, the series was cancelled due to poor sales of Shadow Ranch.
In 2016, Her Interactive released Nancy Drew: Codes & Clues for iOS tablets/smartphones, Androids and Kindles. It was the first release under their Her Interactive Kids division. The game is the first in a series featuring a younger Nancy who uses coding to solve mysteries.