The Snowman is a children’s book by English author Raymond Briggs, published in 1978. In 1982, this book was turned into a 26-minute animated movie by Dianne Jackson for the fledgling Channel 4. It was first shown on Channel 4 late on Christmas Eve in 1982 and was an immediate success.
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Santa is in trouble as he left the North Pole without enough presents for the children. To stop Santa, you have to unwrap all the wrapped presents on the board. Use the mouse to click and swap holiday items and make matches. Visit Website
In this game you left-click your mouse to fire snowballs at the accountants as they pop out of the chimneys. You will receive more points the faster you hit the accountants. You must earn enough points to progress to the next level. Avoid hitting Santa with a snowball. Hit Santa 3 times and it’s game […]
The elves have been slacking off in Santa’s workshop again and the presents keep piling up! Help Santa prepare for Christmas Eve by stuffing those presents! Click and drag a toy from the shelf and drop the toy into a gift box that has the same toy icon. Remember to keep an eye on the […]
Throw letters into the delivery van and you’ll receive a present in return. Use the arrow keys to move left and right and the spacebar to throw a letter. Don’t let the gifts fall to the ground. If you miss three gifts then it’s game over. Visit Website
A bout of reindeer hiccups has scattered presents throughout Europe. Santa has given the reindeer the day off to recover and needs to collect the presents in time for Christmas. Draw snow lines with your mouse to guide Santa to the missing presents. Visit Website
In this game, you have to decorate the Christmas room. Drag and drop furniture, accessories, and decorations into your room to give it a new look in your very own style. Visit Website