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Christmas Quest 2: the Yuletide Flows in

by AGA

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25 Dec 2006
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About this game

This is the sequel to last year's Christmas Quest, made by the Adventure Gamers staff

AGS Panel Review

"This more polished follow up to the original Christmas has interesting puzzles and enough puns to choke a mule."

8 people commented on this game (newest first):

A true Christmas puzzler. Use your wits and wintry snowman inventory items to save the day.

2017-03-09 14:24:52 by Andy
there's no game, just review -
2012-08-23 08:48:53 by Sledgy
No fun.
Too much dialogs, too.
2009-04-27 08:42:36 by azerty
The game has a really nice Christmas atmosphere to it. The puzzles quite surreal and difficult, but do follow a funny sort of logic and will give you a buzz from solving them (even if it takes a while.) The only drawback with the game is that the sprites aren't quite as good the backgrounds ie: The sprites are good but the bacgrounds are fantastic!
2007-11-01 20:55:57 by paperfrogs
The graphics are fantastic, especially the backgrounds, but for some reason I did not enjoy playing this game very much. Maybe it was the fact that what you had to accomplish in the puzzles seemed so ridiculously easy to do in real life, while in the game you had to fiddle around forever to finally get what you want.
2007-10-18 00:06:36 by Groogokk
Well made... tough puzzles.
2007-10-15 03:20:46 by uvaagsfan
Wow, a lot of work went into this, especially the diaglogues (i understood a lot, but not all of the references..) and small but important things like the opening and closing screens. It really helped the overall atmosphere of the game. Great job!
2007-10-05 17:50:41 by Tinkerer (tinkerer)
A very nice Christmas present, thanks guys.

The puzzles aren't immediately obvious... you need to think about things. If that fails, just try using what's in your inventory on all the hotspots, or combining inventory items. Everything does make sense, though.

Well, almost everything... I thought I had worked out the clock puzzle but I had to use a bit of trial and error with it as it didn't quite seem to match the clues.

Otherwise great graphics, great humour and just generally great!
2007-01-01 13:59:28 by paolo
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