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LGR – Santa Claus in Trouble – PC Game Review


Want a 3D platformer with a Christmas theme that doesn’t suck? Here’s my review of the freebie known as Santa Claus in Trouble by Joymania Development! Also covers the sequel, Santa Claus in Trouble… Again!

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  1. In Brazil, in the 2000s, some cereal brands packed this game in their boxes to boost sales around Christmas. I had a lot of fun playing it back then and I'm glad you got a chance to review it

  2. This game is so awesome. Besides a game called Bombic (a great Bomberman game), that I I cant find anywhere in the Internet, it was one of my very first video games I played.

  3. That worse version of the game at the beginning was so funny. I'm really tired though, so I'm a bit loopy.

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    Childhood bruh

  5. Plot twist of the year right here, I thought the game was just that terrible and didn't expect compatibility issues

  6. Clint, you're great! Been a fan for years man! Merry Christmas to you and your family! Thanks for everything man, you're a great person. And I'm a really good musician. If you ever need anything like that, it'd be an honor. I'm not playing, look at my channel!

  7. holy heck i think i played this long ago!! finally i know what its called after just vaguely recalling a 3d santa platformer.

  8. And Here i go again,grabbing the free game and grabbing the second one,thanks to your nostalgia video here,all the way to Europe-Romania,Keep it up Dude!!!

  9. Oh, man. I played this for hours and hours when it came out…an embarrassing amount, considering what was still available to me…

  10. This is the kind of game that means nothing to a gamer, but when you're bored at the office and have a lot of dull work to do, it begins to go up in enjoyment value really fast.

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