Review: Christmas Stories the unforgettable world of Haunted Hotel
December 3rd, 2020
Elephant Games LLC
WHO STOLE CHRISTMAS FROM LALENHALL?
WHY DID INGA’S MOTHER NEVER RETURN HOME?
FIND OUT WHERE HIDES A BEAUTIFUL SOUL THAT CAN SAVE CHRISTMAS AND INGA’S MOTHER
PLAY AS A POSTCAT JULES AND FIND OUT WHO GIVES FAKE PRESENTS TO KITTENS IN CATSTOWN!
Christmas Stories- The Christmas Tree Forest will engage you in the unforgettable world of Haunted Hotel and put your skills to the test in thrilling hidden-object puzzles, fascinating locations, and uncovering the hotel’s mystery that is robbing people of their years of life before it’s too late. Will you be able to solve the puzzles in “Christmas Stories: The Christmas Tree Forest”? Elephant Games LLC’s Christmas Stories series has returned with a fresh game named The Christmas Tree Forest, which was released on December 3, 2020.
Christmas Stories- The Christmas Tree Forest is based on the time of Christmas Eve a year ago, something awful happened in the magical country: children stopped having nice dreams and received broken gifts from Santa. Magic Forest was engulfed in a never-ending winter. We’ll have to pretend to be a girl, Inga, and figure out why spring isn’t coming, what dangers lurk in the enchanted forest, and, most importantly, where our mother has been missing for a year.
The game was fantastic; it gave us great holiday vibes while also making us miss Christmas. Beautifully crafted scenery and graphics, as expected in the Christmas Stories series, with a sweet storyline and a fun bonus chapter. We’ve enjoyed all of the Christmas Story-themed games, and after a couple of hours with this one, we can say that we’re enthralled by the story, the puzzles, and the mini-games, which are both tough and entertaining. The characters are adorable, and there are some lovely scenarios that add to the game’s appeal. Every scene has morphing objects, which sounds wonderful; collectibles are also featured in some scenes, and there’s a great teleportation map. We had a wonderful time-saving Christmas because it reminded us of our childhood Christmases got to spend with our family and friends, which was rather nostalgic. We were also glad to see that the puzzles had been left for us to solve, but we were unable to return to pick up the one puzzle piece, which is a shame. Overall, a fantastic game that worked well on our device and was well worth the money, and we hope that the developers will continue to add to this adorable series of Christmas stories and offer top-notch games.