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Santa Drop

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It's Christmas and Santa is running late with his present delivery and for the first time in recorded history he's been forced to deliver presents during daylight.

You're objective is to help Santa deliver presents to the children of the world. You must select the right colored present that matches the color of the Xmas sock on the ground. A targeting system at the front of the sled will turn green when it is time to launch the present.

Because of his daylight deliveries, Santa is being mistaken by military around the world as an enemy aircraft and many countries are actually shooting at him. Watch out for missiles and other flying objects that can hurt Santa or his reindeer.

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I found this to be quite a good game. A lot of these Santa games are pretty forgettable. This one boasted of decent graphics. I like how you get a second chance. A lot of it was hard to understand, so I'm not giving it the full score. It really is worth checking out.

I remember the radio talking about Christmas today! At least you can play these games all year round! The music was pretty good. It seemed like hitting the birds didn't have much effect on me. I imagine Santa would be targeted in real life like that.

half the time the present didnt drop

sumtime id hit the button but it didn't drop until it turned red again


The game was alright, but it gets boring pretty fast.


High quality! entertaining!

Wrong audio credits.

That is the link to the audio you used in your flash. Though I'd love if you used Santa's Child Slave Factory instead. :D Either change the credits or the song in the actual flash.

Good game by the way, nice graphics. The underground looks a bit too much like it's taken out of Google Earth or something though.

Merry Christmas :D

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4.60 / 5.00

Dec 23, 2007
7:41 PM EST