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Dec 24, 2010 | 4:08 AM EST

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Its so much easier for Santa to deliver presents... WITH HIS BAZOOKA!
Your main goal is to put the gifts into the chimneys and stay alive!
This is a Physic-based puzzle with platform elements, easy to play, but harder than it looks

Instructions
- Move with the arrow Keys and aim with the Mouse
- Click and hold the mouse to charge the bazooka
- Release to shoot the gift.

Let me know what do you think and how can i improve the game.
Please keep feedback constructive and courteous! Thank you!
:)

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UPDATE:
I would love to read your suggestions to improve my game.
Right now, i'm fixing the screen size in some levels so you can see the whole area where is required

Reviews


PacmanRebuildPacmanRebuild

Rated 0 / 5 stars

this horrible Game and boring!-.- Please remove!



ErichoEricho

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I think this is a pretty fun game. I am SOOO glad you have the ability to move around. Judging from the first level, I thought you had to ricochet everything into the pipe. This is a fairly weird game. There's one part where you fire into a chimney that isn't even attacked to anything, so why do it? Of course, I've never let surrealism stop me from liking a game before.

While it may not be Christmastime, it can still be a playable game. I really appreciated how the music was really suiting. It's a very unpredictable game, especially given how there are things like hazards that come after you. It may get frustrating, but you can always try again. It's just a pretty homey game. Maybe not that well detailed, but still enjoyable.


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xmorpher responds:

Thanks for your review! i'm glad you enjoyed it :)


KristeronKristeron

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

It's okay..

Nice game but..

There's nothing really new in this game, just another cannon game


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xmorpher responds:

This was my first AS3 game and first time with Box2d Physics, i made everything (code, graphics, level design, etc) and learnt a lot. I'm glad it was ok at least :)