Nancy Drew has gone a lot of places and done a lot of things in her 75-plus years of detective work, but this fall she'll encounter the Nintendo Wii for the first time, as Her Interactive has announced plans to port the PC adventure The White Wolf of Icicle Creek to the popular console.
Originally released a year ago, the 16th entry in the long-running detective series sends the plucky teen to the Canadian Rockies, where a series of unexplained incidents and the late-night howling of a wolf is driving guests away from the Icicle Creek Lodge. Posing as a hotel employee, it's up to Nancy to sift through the stories of the remaining guests and hunt down clues in order to discover the culprit and the wolf's connection to the case.
The Wii port is being produced in partnership with SEGA, promising not only a conversion of the original mystery but also a "variety of gesture-based mini-games with the Wii Remote".
The White Wolf of Icicle Creek is currently targeting a release on the Wii this October. In the meantime, there is more Nancy Drew action on tap, as The Phantom of Venice is due to arrive on PC next month. For more information about both titles, including a second trailer for Phantom, be sure to check out Her Interactive's website.