Bad Present Revenge: Vent Your Frustration
The holidays are a stressful time. Whether it’s shopping for a Christmas gift or having to buy the perfect present for your beloved on Valentine’s Day, we all have experienced the added pressure that these days bring to our life. XDA Member HellRaz3r has come up with a solution.
It’s called Bad Present Revenge, and it’s a little game designed to ease the tension in your life through the calculated (or not so calculated) destruction of St Nicolas. According to HellRaz3r:
Your gift to Santa Claus: Turn the festival of love to
the feast of the blows. Here those can take revenge on the Bearded, whom the stress of Christmas has under control. Lousy gifts, explosive atmosphere, annoying family and commerce till vomiting.
The game is a wonderful time killer for those looking to vent their stress, whether it’s from the holidays or just everyday life. So head on over to the here and let loose on Old Saint Nick.
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