Let's entartain ourselves with this seasonal game, although the title gets me very confused about the season it's about. Anyway, today is Christmas and this is the only official commercial release with a Christmas theme from 1986. You're Santa Claus and you must deliver the presents. You start in your white grotto, as a funny shaped black sprite, you switch a lever, you pick up a gift, and you throw yourself onto some rooftops [no flying reindeers and sleigh, this time], where you turn white against the black night. Now you can wander in domestic environments searching for a sock to insert the gift in, avoiding dogs and objects, leaping all around, accompanied by an obsessive and clumsy jingle that stops only to make room for a sound effect or two. I delivered a present at the bottom of an occupied bed, and then I descended into the floor underneath because I wasn't able to go back to the rooftop, and from there to my grotto, which seems to be somewhere in the sky, in order to take another packet. Down there, once turned cyan against a blue background, I met an insomniac aunt or some acid spinster, which killed me again and again - and that's how I spent my Christmas. Whoever in 1986 received this remarkable budget game as a gift, must have passed a very memorable Christmas day, in a sense. But you're still in time to experience the thrill today. Play it now.