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Letters From Secret Santa

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Jan 7, 2015 | 4:26 PM EST

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From the minds of Robert Denner and Taro Omiya, take a holiday trip through various locales and discover different Christmas traditions as you journey inside the imagination of a small boy reading letters from his secret Santa, in this text platformer unlike any other you've ever played.

Controls (Mouse & Keyboard):

WASD or arrow keys to move.
Up arrow key or W to jump.
Down arrow key or S to pick up or place items.
Q or E, Z or X to rotate the level.
Esc or P to pause the game.

Controls (Xbox 360):

Left stick to move.
A to jump.
X or B to pick up or place items.
Right or left shoulder triggers to rotate the level.
Start to pause the game.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

the story is nice,the character is so cute! i like the gameplay,its nice


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

On December 4th, if you're clever, you can go back and take the word nothing and put in up in the air to make "nothing here." What's that for? I thought I was discovering some cool secret, but nothing happened.

And why is there a quit button in the main menu? It doesn't do anything.

OmiyaGames responds:

Haha, yeah, the "nothing" text was actually a way to prevent you from getting stuck. You can only carry one word at a time, so if you ended up carrying "nothing" to the point Krampus shows up, you won't be able to progress further without dropping it elsewhere. You did technically find a cool secret: it completes a secret sentence.

As for the quit button, it does do nothing on the webplayer. Seeing that this was exported in native executable format as well, it serves a better purpose for those platforms. We simply forgot to take it out for the webplayer.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is a interesting gameplay. I like it a lot. Really heart-warming and adorable.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

An inspiring venture through homely places! Fun idea, easy controls (good you can use either WASD or arrows too) and pretty nice visuals. Nice work!


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Rated 4 / 5 stars

Not too short or too long. A creative idea and lovely music.