Nancy Drew: Trail of the Twister
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$100,000,000 is at stake in this competition to discover a formula to predict tornado touchdowns. But when equipment starts failing and crew members are injured, you as Nancy Drew, must join the team to keep them in the competition. Is it just bad luck that's plaguing the storm chasers or is someone sabotaging their chances of winning in the action adventure Nancy Drew: Trail of the Twister?
Nancy Drew®: Trail of the Twister is a first-person perspective, point-and-click adventure game. The player is Nancy Drew and has to solve a mystery. Explore rich environments for clues, interrogate suspects, and solve puzzles and mini-games.
Play as Nancy Drew and go undercover as a storm chaser.
Immerse yourself in meteorology by studying clouds, reading Doppler data, and surviving tornadoes.
Collect pennies by playing arcade games to purchase candy from the store.
Choose from Junior or Senior Detective difficulty levels
Not bad overallDanielZo0 | June 10, 2013 | See all DanielZo0's reviews »
As if pursuing criminals wasn’t enough of a challenge, Nancy Drew adds tornado chasing to her repertoire in her 22nd PC adventure, Trail of the Twister. P.G. Krolmeister, maker of all sorts of meteorological equipment, has hired Nancy to help a team of storm researchers who have been experiencing a suspicious streak of back luck. This could really hurt their chances of winning the $100-million Green Skies Storm Competition for the best twister predictions. Scott Varnell, an Atmospheric Science instructor at the financially-strapped Canute College and the leader of the research group, is worried that if the team doesn’t get the data they need, there is a good chance they won’t be around next year. Nancy is brought in to figure out who’s been sabotaging their efforts, and while it seems pretty clear who it is early on, the game does keep you a little off-balance until the end. Then again, you’ll spend far more time playing an undercover summer intern than an actual detective this time around.
Another decent game from Nancy Drew seriesShav | June 7, 2013 | See all Shav's reviews »
I personally enjoy the Nancy Drew series (I own most of the games), even though most of them are mediocre. Anyway, I had pretty big expectations with Trail Twister, as the movie "Twister" is one of the most memorable films that I've seen when I was younger. This game features some elements that remind me of that movie - there is a huge tornado, mystery, and some puzzles that involve metheorological knowledge. As in every other Nancy Drew game, you can choose one of two difficulty levels - junior or senior detective, so the game is easily accessible even for people completely new to this series. Not the best game in the genre, but still fun to play. IMHO it is one of the best in Nancy Drew series.