The White Wolf of Icicle Creek is the sixteenth game in the Nancy Drew adventure series. It is based on Nancy Drew Mystery Stories #164: The Mystery of the Mother Wolf. The main menu was eliminated in this game and integrated into a new interface. It was also released only 8 days before the 2007 movie, Nancy Drew.
Alberta, Canada's Icicle Creek Lodge has been encountering mysterious accidents! Some blame a white wolf that's been seen in the area, and say that it's causing the lodge bad luck. Bet and Ed Rawley (from Shadow Ranch) are friends with the owner of the lodge, Chantal Moique, and recommend that she get Nancy on the case.
Ollie is the lodge's caretaker. He's gruff and quiet, and also believes that the white wolf should be shot so it won't be a thread. He has a 6-year-old daughter known as Freddie, who spends all her time outside and is known as the snow princess.
Yanni is an Olympic cross-country skier who believes he's the best in the world. Originally from Fredonia, he is training at the lodge and believes his competitors are spying on him and trying to sabotage him.
Bill is a Canadian who has come to the lodge for some ice fishing, although he's usually napping in the lodge proper. Like Ollie, he thinks the white wolf has to go.
Lou is a student majoring in art at UC Brea, on vacation at the lodge. He likes to create earthitecture - art out of dirt - and thinks the white wolf should be left alone.
Guadalupe is a birdwatcher and environmental advocate. She strongly disapproves of Ollie's actions against the white wolf. If you're having trouble finding her, set your alarm clock to 11 AM, face the kitchen, turn around and she'll be there.
The phone is located on the front desk next to the computer.
Ned is Nancy's boyfriend and can give her advice and hints.
Chantal hires Tino as a consultant for this case. Despite her dislike towards this idea due to her experiences with him in the past, Nancy can get advice from him as well if she's a Junior Detective.
Chantal owns the lodge and wants Nancy to find out what's been going on with it.