Nancy Drew: The White Wolf of Icicle Creek (Nintendo Wii)
Nancy Drew: The White Wolf of Icicle Creek (Nintendo Wii)
Manufacturer : Sega
Amazon Price : $49.99
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Product Description
Nancy goes undercover at the Icicle Creek lodge in the Canadian Rockies, to investigate strange accidents and a mysterious wolf which appears before each incident. When Nancy arrives, there is an explosion and a bunkhouse is destroyed. Nancy soon discovers a dangerous plot afoot that could have international repercussions. Will she discover the source of the sabotage before someone becomes seriously injured? And will the lone howling wolf turn out to be friend or foe?
Product Details
  • Amazon Sales Rank: #18821 in Video Games
  • Brand: Sega
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Platform: Windows
  • Number of items: 1
  • Dimensions: .55" h x 5.39" w x 7.52" l, .36 pounds
  • Product Features
  • Ollie Randall - 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 he claims at least. Could he be using the wolf as a cover for his own personal agenda?
  • Yanni Volkstaia - This egotistical Olympic cross-country skier believes his competitors are spying on him and trying to rattle his nerves. The howling wolf and Nancy, he says, have been sent to distract him from his training! What is so secretive about his technique that he would like to get rid of all the guests at the lodge?
  • Guadalupe Comillo - A birdwatcher who knows very little about birds, but plenty about wolves. This suspect 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?
  • Bill Kessler - 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 his 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? Lou TalbotRecently graduated from the University of California - Brea, this suspect is a lot more mature and sophisticated than he seems. With his handsome features hidden behind his to
  • Customer Reviews

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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
    5Enjoyable mystery game for all ages
    By Amy Badger
    My 8 yr. old daughter and I enjoyed playing this. It doesn't make much use of the wii remote functions in the main portions of the game, but there are times when the unique wii remote functions come into play - especially in the cooking portions (Nancy has to make meals at the lodge). It takes awhile to get to the fun part, but the puzzles are fun to solve. There are several puzzles/challenges that are spoiler-proof. What I mean by this is - even if you look up a walkthrough, you still have to have the skill to complete the challenges - and it's very satisfying when you do! The wrap-up is kind of blah, but along the way, we had plenty of "YAY" moments. It's a mystery game - not an action game, and not an "I Spy" game. Totally clean and suitable for family play. All in all, a very enjoyable game.

    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
    5Great game!
    By VeggieGirl83
    I think most people are not into the Wii much anymore since the new one has came out. I had this game a few years ago and still to this day I always think about how great this game was. No stressful situations, no one dies, and you get to solve mysteries and puzzles. It was so much fun. I wish they made more games like this for the Xbox :)

    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
    5loved it! wish there were more nancy drew wii"s
    By Vanity
    I got this game last christmas for my 8-yr old daughter...and actually she found the repetition part kinda boring. I, however, fell in love with this game. I thought it was clever, i didn"t mind the "cleaning the room biz" and (surprise!) my 4 yr old son loved to sit with me and "help find clues". He really enjoyed the daily cooking & he liked to listen to the "mystery music" that plays in the background. And they were all rooting for me as I played fox and geese eight billion times. I liked the mood of the was family-friendly..i really, really hopoe they make more for the Wii...

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