Get Into the Christmas Spirit With This New WP7 Game
This holiday season, XDA Member varavut has developed a game for WP7 people to enjoy. Who knows, it could be your next holiday tradition!
The game is called Flying Santa and the premise is quite simple. You play as Santa Claus and deliver gifts to all the good girls and boys out there. Sounds boring? Oh, it gets better. While delivering gifts you must be on the lookout for the monster who’s out to steal Christmas gifts. When you find this not-really-the-Grinch-but-the-game-plan-is-similar creature, you must thwart their attempts to take the gifts those kids spent all year working hard at not being brats to earn (and that you worked hard to deliver!).
If you’d like to know more and check out some screen shots, follow the link above to the Flying Santa game and check out the details. If flying Santa Clauses, bats, super happy smiley sun faces and whooping some monster booty seems like your thing, then by all means go grab it from the market. Have we mentioned, it’s totally free too!
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