Christmas Stories: Nutcracker Collectors Edition

A classic Christmas tale tail, with a whole new twist! Help the Nutcracker rescue the princess from the evil Rat King in this memorable hidden-object puzzle adventure game. You might be too late for the Christmas Ball, but you're just in time for adventure! The Nutcracker needs your help, and there's an army of rats running rampant through the kingdom. Luckily, a few cute little sidekicks have got your back. Uncover the Rat King's evil plot - and find out what created the toothy little monster. This Collector's Edition includes a bonus game that tells the story of your agile sidekick and his super band of feline fellows. Other fun extras:


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You just can't help yourself to purchasing this one. Go to the tower. Use the ice axe to crack the ice; collect the spindle. Examine the bridge to trigger a puzzle. Examine the right pedestal; put the cat statuette onto it. A hidden objects area will be activated. The characters are charming and fun to interact with. Mad Mouse though I have been playing Big Fish games for quite a while, this is my first review. Summary: Nice made HO game with nice story. Put the arrowhead into the quiver; collect the quiver. Use the hammer to remove the nails. Examine the arbor; insert the Prodigy of the North: Akatori amulet into the groove. Examine the cat near the steps. But later that night, Eition awoken by a strange voice, and discover it's none other than Storids: kitten himself, who you've named Simon, standing on his hind legs and talking to you. Maybe play at least enough of the demo just so you can see how it unfolds after the snowball-throwing Christmas Stories: Nutcracker Collectors Edition.

Cut the flowers using the scissors. Still, it's not without its more serious moments. There are Snowflakes above some inventory items, indicating some type of interaction is required before the item can be used, some of which involve solving a puzzle of some sort. I especially liked the lovely artworks and the nice story. Easy to follow. Read the note. It isn't the hardest game I've played by a longshot, but it's one I've really enjoyed playing. Simon will join you on your investigation to nab the star thief, and proves himself invaluable when it comes to retrieving items only a cat could accomplish. The fun factor is diffidently there. The Mini Games are a delight, however, they are all really easy to complete, but keep in mind that Christmas Stories games are intended for family fun, a game that can be enjoyed by young and old. See, Christmas can't happen without the magical star on the North Pole's tree, and someone's stolen it. If something needs his assistance, it'll pop up with his silhouette when you pass over it, so just click Simon, then what you want him to look at, and he'll get to work. Use the hammer on the nails. Put the arrow mold over the coals. Go to the hunting lodge.

Put both the Editino and the gnome with lantern onto the stump. I look forward to these each Christmas and they never fail! I am looking forward each Christmas to the Christmas game. Rated 5 out of 5 by RaiBonen from Nice Spooky Solitaire: Halloween HO game with nice story You adopt an abandoned kitten on Christmas Eve, but you did not know what this innocent cat Mad Mouse bring with it. If you are lucky enough to have young kids or grandkids to enjoy your gaming with you, this series is a safe bet! Edittion really happened here? Better reviewers than I will go into the details. Examine the window sill; collect the doll and the blade. Examine the grate. I Nuttcracker inspired to do so because I was so blown away by this game.


While adults may wish the puzzles had more heft to them, it's likely the perfect choice for kids, or simply anyone looking for something casual to kick back with a mug of their favourite holiday beverage. My only complaint, is with the graphics, although they are decent, they are nowhere near the quality of the Nutcracker eye candy. There are 12 Morphing Objects that morph between a cat and a mouse, and there are 36 Hidden Puzzle pieces that will create 3 different Screensavers once completed. Examine the right pedestal; collect the hammer. I am looking forward each Christmas to the Christmas game. Collect the ice axe head. Christmas Stories: Puss in Boots like most current hidden-object adventure games, has fully customiseable difficulty, down to the seconds the hint and skip functions take to recharge, so it can be enjoyed by just about anyone. Zoom into the fireplace. Play the hidden objects area. Examine the mechanism; put Fred onto the scene. Examine the frame; place the mirror in and tilt it two times. Go to the tower cellar. Hitting a gift with snowballs. Yes, there are critics deeming this too 'childish'. Examine the stump.

The beautiful graphics, music, and story may just grab you like it did me. I knew that the past Christmas Story games would be hard acts to follow but this one is at the top in my opinion. It's Christmas Evening, not a creature was stirring, except for that cute cuddly kitten shivering on your doorstep! Click the cat; look at the recipe. Put the arrow mold over the coals. The characters are charming and fun to interact with. Place the metal bar into the mold and click the tongs. A hidden objects area will be activated. Examine the cat near the steps. If you are lucky enough to have young kids or grandkids to enjoy your gaming with you, this series is a safe bet! Go to the kennel. There are 12 Morphing Objects that morph between a cat and a mouse, and there are 36 Hidden Puzzle pieces that will create 3 different Screensavers once completed.

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Christmas Stories: Nutcracker Collector's Edition [Bonus Content] - Episode 1

As you explore, you'll gather objects needed to solve puzzles, rifle through hidden-object scenes of all types to find items, and even get help from Simon when you need a cat's special touch. Enter the doorway to the cave. Light the coals with the candle. If something needs his assistance, it'll pop up with his silhouette when you pass over it, so just click Simon, then what you want him to look at, and he'll get to work. Play the hidden objects area. Examine the stump. Collect the mammoth amulet. I loved this game from the first scene to the last. Read the note. The Mini Games are a delight, however, they are all really easy to complete, but keep in mind that Christmas Stories games are intended for family fun, a game that can be enjoyed by young and old. Seems by taking him in, you've proven yourself kindness personified, and as one of Santa's Helpers, Simon now knows you're who they need to help save Christmas. Examine the right pedestal; collect the hammer. Go to the tower cellar. There are 12 Morphing Objects that morph between a cat and a mouse, and there are 36 Hidden Puzzle pieces that will create 3 different Screensavers once completed. As you'd expect, Puss has his reasons for not wanting Christmas to come, and, well, it's a TEAR-JERKER, so parents who have very young kids might want to play this themselves first to judge if this is a discussion they want to crack open yet.

6 thoughts on “Christmas Stories: Nutcracker Collectors Edition

  1. It looks like a thief has searched Santa's toy city and stolen the christmas star. There's a throwback to Elephant games in the toy factory. Examine the window sill; collect the doll and the blade. Maybe play at least enough of the demo just so you can see how it unfolds after the snowball-throwing kittens.

  2. Collect the mammoth amulet. Yeah I could do without some of the 'childish' voices but they are just kittens so they should have young voices! It's meant to be a very light adventure, with a very Disney-esque approach to the capering cat antics and sentient furniture, and it might just have the BEST voice acting in a hidden-object adventure I've heard yet. Use the archer cat on the wolves.

  3. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by skullfun from Big Fish and Elephant games deliver the Magic of Christmas There's a Secret Room and of course the Bonus game. Go to the hunting lodge. It's an adorable, sweet, and fun holiday adventure that makes up for low challenge with stunning production values and a relentless sense of spirit.

  4. Use the diamond to cut the glass; collect the mirror. The Russian dolls. It isn't the hardest game I've played by a longshot, but it's one I've really enjoyed playing.

  5. Put the shaman cat into the fireplace. Play the hidden objects area. It's the sort of game it's hard to be in a bad mood while playing. It looks like a thief has searched Santa's toy city and stolen the christmas star. I loved Cats town and the cat snowmen.

  6. It's an adorable, sweet, and fun holiday adventure that makes up for low challenge with stunning production values and a relentless sense of spirit. Use the wrench to remove the bolts on the plaque; collect the sunflower. Click the cover and place the gear into the mechanism.

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