Follow a Trail to Hidden Secrets and Sabotage! Nancy Drew travels to the Canadian Rockies to investigate the Icicle Creek Lodge. Chantal, the owner of the lodge has asked her to uncover the culprit behind a recent string of suspicious accidents. A wolf also appears at the site of accidents and then mysteriously disappears when the police arrive. As Nancy makes her way to the lodge, an explosion rocks the night. A wolf howls mournfully in the distance. Nancy has barely set foot on the premises and already trouble is afoot! Can Nancy solve this mystery before all the guests leave and Chantal is left out in the cold?
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10 to Adult
Retail Release July 2007
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“Nancy Drew fans will NOT be disappointed in this latest installment. It’s a solid game effort by Her Interactive and those who might have been passing on the Nancy Drew series might just want to give this one a try. In my opinion, The White Wolf of Icicle Creek is an excellent step in the right direction” ~Just Adventure
“Suitable for all ages, the game also contains some educational tidbits on wildlife and brain-teasing puzzles that may make it a good choice for children and families, though prospective buyers may want to note that there are some characters that fall into possibly offensive racial stereotypes. In any case, though, it’s a decent adventure game, and fans of the series will probably find it worthwhile to take a look.” ~Game Chronicles
“At the end of the day, Nancy Drew: The White Wolf of Icicle Creek is everything we have come to expect from this series of games. It has nicely enmeshed puzzles peppered throughout the game, a number of quirky characters to interact with and a solidly written dialogue” ~Adventure Gamers
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I cannot describe how much I am in love with this game. I played it over and over about 5 times over the past 10 years. I just wish I could erase my memory to play it again!
The graphics, the soundtrack, the story plot and the mini games are so well mastered together. And the ending is unbelievable.
I wish it was available or remastered for Mac, as since I switched from Windows I wasn't able to play it. Otherwise - highly recommend.
I liked the game overall. First of all, it's beautiful. However, chores are required for a time in the game, and it takes away from sleuthing time. You can only go outside during the day in the game, and that took even more from the fun sleuthing. I found myself repeatedly setting a clock to fast forward the time. Some of the puzzles are difficult. The most difficult and frustrating part is the ending. I had no idea who the culprit was until the end, but catching them was HARD. It reminds me a lot of The Secret of the Old Clock ending.
This is a really good game...really, really good! It's one of my favorites. I find myself going back to play it again. The background story is very engaging and I really enjoyed the white wolf. I found myself caught up with the characters and the plot. The puzzles and the Fox and Geese game are a bit of a challenge, but that's what makes it fun to play the game. I also enjoyed being the cook and seeing how fast I could prepare the different orders. Quite a good mystery, too. I never did figure out who the culprit was until the very end. I highly recommend this game!
The setting was gorgeous, and the plot was great. Definitely one of the better ND-games. And once again, a Krolmeister Device (this always makes me laugh!). This time, the culprit wasn't all that obvious, so it really was exciting! The constant up-and-down walking is nice the first 2 times. But the waiting untill you get there gets boring after a while...
After Deception Island and Shadow Ranch, this is my favourite Nancy Drew game. If you haven't played it, do.
VERY FUN, this is an interactive, fun, easy to download game
Nancy is undercover at Icicle Creek Lodge working as the maid and the cook to discover who is sabotaging the lodge, causing accidents that are driving away the guests.
I've always found this game to be one of the hardest to play. Every time I'm in a sleuthing groove I have to stop and go to the kitchen to cook, it ruins my momentum. The mystery is really good, the characters are interesting and the wolf is great. The Fox and Geese game is SO hard though.
I love Nancy Drew games so much. When I play them I get obsessed and finish the in like 1-4 days. This one was one of the first ones I ever tried and I loved it soooo much...... Except every time I got really far it erased all my progress and I had to start over. It got really annoying. I tried about 4 times and every time it got erased. After the first time I was really careful with saving it but it was no use. It might've just been my computer but I don't know. It had my thing in load game but when I clicked on it I was back at the beginning. I hope no one else had this problem. But overall it was still one of my faves.
This was my first nd game and it is still one of my top favorites. The chores got a little annoying when i would be progressing in the game and then i would have to go back to the lodge and cook the meals. I loved the games a lot and especially the wolf. Over all i think this a great game and if you haven't play it you should.
White Wolf of Icicle Creek has a really fantastic plot line. If you are not into doing side tasks (chores that are required to be done each day by a certain time) then you might get frustrated with this game. There are loads of puzzles, some more challenging than others, and a plethora of characters who keep you guessing and uncertain. There are lots of places to explore outside too, which gives you a wide range of spaces to see.
The hardest puzzle in this game for me was the maze towards the end. My game copy actually panicked and left the side journal tab open so I couldn't navigate correctly. I had to replay the game in order to beat it but the mistake never happened again. Aside from that strange defect it's probably my favorite ND game of all time.
The resident handyman at Icicle Creek Lodge is tired of the wolf disrupting his day and terrorizing guests. Shooting the wolf and mounting it on the wall will solve all of the resort’s problems, or so Ollie claims at least. Could he be using the wolf as a cover for his own personal agenda?
This egotistical Olympic cross-country skier believes his competitors are spying on him and trying to rattle his nerves. The wolf and Nancy, Yanni says, have been sent to distract him! What is so secretive about his technique that he would like to get rid of all the guests at the lodge?
A birdwatcher who knows very little about birds, but plenty about wolves. Guadalupe arrived at the lodge just as the trouble with the wolf started, and she hasn’t been frightened away yet. Is this suspect trying to scare away the other guests?
An avid ice-fisherman who would like to spend his days catching record setting Northern Pikes at the lodge. The prowling wolf has put a damper on Bill’s trip, and he wants it destroyed. Even if it means destroying Icicle Creek Lodge. Could his obsession and hatred cause him to resort to sabotage?
With his handsome features hidden behind his tousled bangs, Lou’s a world of contradictions and complexities. He’s the only one who says the wolf isn’t responsible for the sabotage, but there’s a lot more to the story that he’s not telling.