Nancy Drew: Trail of the Twister

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Nancy Drew: Trail of the Twister
Developer(s) Her Interactive
Publisher(s) Her Interactive
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows

Mac OS X

Release date(s) June 29, 2010
Genre(s) Adventure
Mode(s) Single-player

Trail of the Twister is the 22nd installment in the Nancy Drew point-and-click adventure game series by Her Interactive. The game is available for play on Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X platforms. It has an ESRB rating of E for moments of mild violence and comic mischief. Players take on the first-person view of fictional amateur sleuth Nancy Drew and must solve the mystery through interrogation of suspects, solving puzzles, and discovering clues. There are two levels of gameplay, Junior and Senior detective modes, each offering a different difficulty level of puzzles and hints, however neither of these changes affect the actual plot of the game. The game is loosely based on a book entitled The Mystery in Tornado Alley (2000).[1][2]


A series of equipment meltdowns have been plaguing a prominent Oklahoma storm research team. They are expected to win a $100 million grant in the upcoming Green Skies storm competition. P.G. Krolmeister sends Nancy Drew to the join the team undercover as an intern, replacing the previous intern, Pete, who wound up with a broken leg after an accident stranded him directly in the path of a storm. Nancy needs to keep her wits about her, as she not only has to expose a saboteur, but is in danger from the powerful storms.



Scott Varnell - Scott is the leader of the Canute Storm Chasers and a professor at the University. Although he is in charge of the team, he's quick to blame others for all of the troubles they're having instead of taking responsibility. Is he trying to divert attention from something he has done? Debbie Kircum - Debbie is eager, passionate, and dedicated to her work. As Scott's right hand, she handles the majority of the day-to-day operations of the team. At times it seems like she does most of the work but receives the least amount of credit. Could she be sabotaging the team to show them just how important she really is? Chase Relerford - As a meteorology undergrad student, spending his first season out in the field, Chase is a remarkably good mechanic. He is capable of fixing everything from computers to cars, and as far as he's concerned, "there's no saboteur, things just get broke and have to be fixed." If he's so good with machines, why doesn't he notice the sabotage, or is he just covering for his own crimes? Tobias "Frosty" Harlow - Frosty is the team's media expert who earned his nickname from a close encounter with a large and dangerous hailstorm. The nickname unfortunately went to his head and continues to increase his appetite for fame and fortune. Would he go so far as to sellout his own team just to make his financial dreams come true? "Pa" Ochs - Pa runs Ma 'n Pa's General Store and local oddity museum. He's got a lot of experience with Oklahoma weather and seems to think of the researchers as naive city-folk. But out in "the sticks", Ma and Pa's is the only place for a team to get supplies and gas. Would Pa stoop to sabotage to keep the storm-chasing clientele coming back for more?


  • Nancy Drew - Lani Minella
  • Debbie Kircum - Jessica Avellone
  • Scott Varnell - Alex Robertson
  • Tobias "Frosty" Harlow - Andrew Perez
  • Chase Relerford - Richard Sloniker
  • "Pa" Ochs - Brian Lewis
  • Brooke Tavanah - Ashley Flannigan
  • Frank Hardy - Jonah Von Spreecken
  • Joe Hardy - Rob Jones
  • P.G. Krolmeister - Mark Waldstein
  • Radio Voices - James Crowder, Robert Riedl, Ian Schwartz, Alex Yopp


  1. ^ [1], Teaser Trailer
  2. ^ "Nancy Drew Trail of the Twister | Girl Games Online". 
Preceded by
Nancy Drew: Warnings at Waverly Academy
Nancy Drew Computer Games Succeeded by
Nancy Drew: Secrets Can Kill Remastered

Nancy Drew: Shadow at the Water's Edge