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Interactive Christmas Greeting Card
DemGam posted a topic in Game ShowcaseThis is Interactive Christmas Greeting Card made with Construct 2. Don’t forget to wish your friends a happy New Year and merry Christmas. The only thing to do is to enter his/her name and send a generated link by the most popular messengers. This card will leave no one cold. How To Use: Enter name(s) to whom you want to send wishes. Copy URL and send it to your friend. Enjoy a colorful and beautiful card. TRY IT HERE Or copy this link: https://preview.codecanyon.net/item/interactive-christmas-greeting-card/full_screen_preview/29408502?ref=demgam
Santa's Warehouse (Christmas Sokoban HTML5 game)
Whirlwind Games posted a topic in Game ShowcaseJust wanted to show our Christmas HTML5 Sokoban game here, called 'Santa's Warehouse'. We would love to hear your opinion. The game can be played on: http://www.cargochallenge.com/play/xmas.html Game story: "Santa Claus lives in a large house located at the North Pole. In this game you help Santa to organize the presents in his warehouse by moving them to the designated storage locations. During Christmas there’s a lot of work to be done; Santa would appreciate it if you lend a hand!" Santa’s Warehouse is a modern day interpretation of the classic Sokoban game. Santa’s Warehouse includes 99 original Boxxle and Sokoban levels. The game features modern graphics and can be played on many platforms, from your favourite web browser to mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. Besides keyboard, mouse and touch input Santa’s Warehouse also supports game controllers and game pads. Because many Sokoban levels are hard to solve, Santa’s Warehouse makes it possible to select the level that you want to play. By doing so you don't need to solve each puzzle to advance. The game tracks the time and the number of moves and pushes to publish the best scores of all players on the Cargo Challenge / Santa’s Warehouse website (www.cargochallenge.com). Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all of you!