WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition. Understanding the controls and user interface. See individual Quest articles for additional, in-depth gameplay help about hunting,territory, finding a mate, and raising pups.
Fighting is an inescapable part of a wolf's life. Becoming a skilled fighter may make the difference between life and death in Yellowstone National Park.
More tips for hunting newborn ungulates, ambushing beavers, and more.
As a lone wolf, you must learn how to hunt on your own. You'll have to become a good hunter before you can persuade another wolf to become your mate.
Winter is coming, so it's time to start looking for a mate.
With your pups coming, you first need to establish a territory to help keep your family pack safe.
Spring is coming, so it's time to find a home.
Time to learn to be a parent.
Your pups have outgrown the den, so it's time to move to a rendezvous site.
Hunt, socialize with your pups, and relax.
WolfQuest: Anniversary Edition features nearly 50 in-game achievements. As you explore each map or fulfill specific criteria, you can unlock various achievements. All achievements are listed, except for eight hidden achievements which are not revealed until unlocked.
The Age Perks system offers a selection of physical, clout, and wisdom bonuses for each year of your wolf's life.
You only live once. One game save only.