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Dec 14, 2010 | 3:47 PM EST

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Help Santa prepare his gift bag. Match three packages of the same type full the quota for each level.
Click and drag to form rows or columns of three or more same colored presents.

If you get 4 or more of the same color you get a snowflake that removes an entire row, column or both.

Reviews


Nick-GerzNick-Gerz

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

i got high score

wheee for me. game was ok. there are a lot of games out there like this. christmas makes it ok for this version.



ErichoEricho

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Mediocre

I thought this was a pretty mediocre game, mostly because it did not have that much out of the ordinary. I guess it is kind of original to use Santa's presents for this, but I digress. It was hard to understand the instructions but luckily, I am a quick learner at those kinds of things. The music was alright and fit the Christmas mood fine. It seems like next time you could put some more detail in the presents and make some more things stand out. It was pretty cool to have a list of how many you needed left.



23432432343243

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It was alright..

My only real problem is that there are NO instructions to tell you how to play or what anything does, people are just soposed to know you have to drag the presents over to match 3 in a row?

The Snowflakes I thought were blockades at first, but when you click them they just get rid of random rows of presents? I have no clue in the world what they really do..

The presents just change into other things when you clear them, or the game moves so fast you can barely see the others fall down, either way it was confusing when you get a big combo.

Asides from those things it was a pretty okay game, nothing too new or old.



rcacrcac

Rated 1 / 5 stars

not very good

I didnt find this game exciting but the graphics and play were nicely made. Don't appreciate the pop up at all.



MenachemMenachem

Rated 0 / 5 stars

Unplayable

It could have been fun, but even though I can find plenty of matching pairs there's no way to select three at a time.


fiddi responds:

I've added instructions to authors comments.