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Christmas Classics


License:  Public Domain (PD)
Year:  1989
A500 (OCS) A600  (ECS)
Number of disks
Harddrive Installable
Number of Players
1 only
Game Developer's Credits
Developer:  Free Spirit Software
Graphics:  Joanne Ashdown
Game Notes and Information
Not really a game, this is a Workbench based program that autoboots into a series of traditional Christmas Songs with some graphics and the words.

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This is an odd little piece of software. It isn't a game at all because it isn't even interactive! This disk boots into Workbench and then launches straight into the software. It begins with a splash screen, and then some quite basic Christmas themed graphics load and you gain control of the mouse pointer. But you can't actually do anything with the mouse pointer other than hold the right button down to access the menu to quit the software. Strange.

This a actually a non-interactive music disk. Once loaded it displays a basic animated image (think Deluxe Paint rotating colour animation), and then starts to play a Christmas Song related to the image, along with scrolling the words for the song up the screen, below the image.

Once the song has ended it then loads a new image screen for the next song and then continues playing the next song with lyrics. I managed to sit through 6 songs before I got bored and quit it.

This would be OK as a little Christmas music disk if it were not for two problems. The graphics are very basic and not very professional, so don't really hold any interest. But worse is the music which is completely chip based and doesn't sound any different to that produced by an older 8-bit system. Sad as the Amiga could have been used to create some nice sounding traditional Christmas songs.

Quite a missed opportunity for a Christmas Music karaoke style disk for the Amiga.
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