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  • Summary: Nancy Drew: The White Wolf of Icicle Creek finds Nancy far from home in the middle of the Canadian Rockies to investigate several suspicious accidents occurring at Chantal's spooky Icicle Creek Lodge. To make matters worse, an eerie wolf's howl in the distance is haunting the guests at night, causing Nancy to wonder if the accidents and the mysterious wolf are connected. Assuming the role of Nancy Drew, players embark on a mystery adventure that tax their deductive reasoning skills as they tackle intricate puzzles and master a variety of gesture-based mini-games with the Wii Remote. Additionally, Nancy Drew: The White Wolf of Icicle Creek lets players choose either a Junior or Senior Detective level, making it a perfect game for players of all skill levels. [Her Interactive] Collapse
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  1. 75
    Another engaging Nancy Drew mystery full of colorful characters. Along the way it provides a wide range of game play activities and keeps things interesting with some of the most creative puzzles I've seen in an adventure game.
  2. Nancy Drew clues Wii owners in on some fun mystery gameplay.
  3. Nancy Drew’s console debut doesn’t make a huge splash, but it’s solid enough for fans that aren’t into PC gaming to take the series for a spin.
  4. The beginning will probably put you off a bit, but if you're able to make it past that, there's some genuinely fun gameplay here that's worth checking out.
  5. The gameplay isn’t terribly challenging, but the mystery portion can sometimes be a brain scratcher.
  6. Still, flawed as I found The White Wolf of Icicle Creek to be, I enjoyed it. A lot. It isn't terribly challenging of course, but it still has a sense of mystery to it that makes it intriguing and perhaps nostalgic for those of us who survived puberty and fondly remember good old Nancy Drew.
  7. There's old-school, and then there's just old. Nancy Drew: The White Wolf of Icicle Creek feels like one of those antique PC games that you occasionally find beneath your computer desk, lost amid a powdery mess of thick, gray dust and cheap, flimsy CD cases.

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