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Snow Hill is a magical town that preserves the Spirit of Christmas for the whole world. But now an evil sorceress threatens to plunge Snow Hill into eternal darkness! Do you have what it takes to save Christmas?

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Christmas Eve: Midnight's Call 3 5 13 13
A potpourri of Christmas magic? I?m not sure why this game has gotten such bad press. In part, maybe because another popular Christmas game came out before it? I was leery, going into this, (after having read the low reviews)- and am so glad I bought it during the sale anyway. I try not to compare (I bought the other one and played it last week) and with that in mind, based on its own merit- I found this game interesting as well as fun- and very in keeping with the holiday! It is confusing to me why people think Santa shouldn?t be in a game with a land that keeps Christmas (per reviews for CE). Yes, this game is a bit of a potpourri mishmash- fairytale like, magical, snowy winter wonderland, complete with a snow queen, her prince and an evil villainess and her minions, and then having Santa and his Christmas land in another part of game- but it worked, since the fairytale part was about a town that kept Christmas - and it's your job to save it- and them. And of course, Santa would help in that too. Maybe not the most riveting story, but for the season, cute and fun- which is what a Christmas game should be. This game doesn?t hand everything to you- it made me use my brain a little more, which I think is a good thing. You need to think outside the box a lot of the time, thinking of unique ways to fix things. I like games that do that. It doesn?t feel contrived and like the same old solution to a problem most games deliver. There are a lot of mini games- but maybe there were only 4 in the demo and that?s what the reviewer meant? I don?t remember- I played the CE demo, and found it short but fun- yet really not worth a CE price. The length of the demo is misleading- the game is of good length - I played for approx. 7 hours or more on casual, but I do like to look at my surroundings, appreciate the artwork, and not just rush through to the next area. **Most of the mini-games are in keeping with the season or theme of story. I loved leading the prince to fight the dragon with the sword and leading the queen to find the key, then bringing them together. Putting together the boy and girl elves one was tricky but cute (sliding squares into place), and the suction ball one took a bit of deducting- those were some of my faves, as well as rolling balls into their holes, though there were others that were a lot of fun too. Some puzzle games are so much easier than others, and some really took a lot of brain work. You?re also given a choice to play on hard or casual with many of the games. **HOP are interactive lists and silhouette as well as find the difference and pair similar items. Also finding items and putting them back in the scene, which would cause some sort of reaction to next item - I really enjoyed the one with the robotic reindeer and others like it - some very innovative gameplay! Some HOPs you visited more than once, but they were as you left them - nice. **Something I found cool- to get an item to put in a slot to open something up (like a door or container) ? sometimes you have to hunt for the pieces of the emblem and put it together like a puzzle. It usually happened inside a pop up box involving another interactive action/puzzle, but not all the pieces of the emblem puzzle are always there- they can be in other scenes. I liked that- making the emblems, etc. needed to put in the slots and hunting the pieces for it. Rather than just finding the emblem to put in a slot. It was a fresh idea. :) **The map was transportable, taking you where you needed to go. It showed when areas were cleared and also where things needed to be done, though not always at that point in time. So, to sum it all up, a lot to do and see, and a lot of unique ways to do them! I also really enjoyed doing the good deeds for the boy and the wolf pup too- Charity toward others and Goodwill toward men, all in keeping with the Christmas spirit and heartwarming. ****The main game ended conclusively- the CE a sequel to it (I didn't buy the CE, but I did see the ending elsewhere).***** The only thing I missed was having Christmas music as the accompaniment. The music was pretty, however, and familiar to another game I recently played by these devs (I think Spirits of Mystery - I just played the second one of the series and the music sounded a lot like that). But it wasn't Christmas music, so I missed that. I would normally give this 4 or 4.5 stars, but because it's gotten such bad reviews and it has really cute and unique gameplay, I'm giving it 5 stars to boost the ratings. All in all, it was a fun Christmas game! :) December 30, 2014
Love ERS games I used a free game coupon for this game. Couldn't be happier...especially when the little snowman helper appeared. I have been hooked by ERS games from day 1 and this one does not disappoint. Nothing drastically new..but a nice way to spend a few hours. January 5, 2015
Christmas Eve: Midnight's Call Another great hidden object game to play December 26, 2015
i liked this game even though others weren't exactly thrilled good story line where you are trying to find out why your twin sister has gone rogue and is hurting people. you were separated when you were young skating in central park and she fell through the ice. you find a medallion just like the one she pushed all those years ago and put it in the rock where there was identical indention where the one your sister pressed and the ice started cracking. then it happened to you. you and your family have always believed she was alive somewhere. there is an interactive map and a "custom" level. another in the series.....i believe it could be. January 1, 2015
Christmas Eve; Midnight's Call Really enjoyed the game. Thought it would have been more along the line of Christmas story. Was glad it wasn't. Graphic and story line are great. Finish the demo section in 45 min. December 24, 2014
Lump Of Coal "On Christmas Eve, your dreams are sweet, at midnight all your fears you'll meet. When the clock strikes 12, it's time to hide, from the darkness emerge those who've died. The ancient evil is again made flesh, they'll turn your living world to ash. What do you see, is it a dream? Wake up, try not to scream!" With an opening poem, such as this, I was expecting more, than just Christmas bliss. I'm told that an ancient evil will soon be alive, but there's really nothing scary, so why should I hide? The Queen of Snow Hill, want's to make me a deal, just save the kingdom from the wicked sorceress so real, and she will return my dear sister, so our family can heal! I haven't yet seen the dead arise, just presents and decorations as you can surmise! The Hidden Object Scenes are mostly interactive list finds, with only one or two items requiring a simple interaction such as pulverizing a mushroom with a pestle. I did however, really enjoy the mini games which allow you to choose between Casual and Hard modes for each game. My personal favorite was putting a calendar together by matching two sections of different animals. The center buttons rotate the outside disk, the inner disk is stationary with pictures of half of the animal, and there are dragons on the outside of the disk on the left and right side which will swap to adjacent tiles until you have complete pictures of each of the animals. The Collectors Edition has Music, Screensavers, Videos, Wallpapers, Concept Art, replayable HO's and Mini Games, Collectibles, Achievements, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter. This is an entertaining game, but it just left me wanting a little more, see what you think, enjoy! December 28, 2014
Who Did You Say Was Calling? Setting: The time is present day - but you won't spend too much time there. Back when you were about 7 or 8, you and your twin sister Odri were ice skating in NY's Central Park. You opened a portal in the ice and she fell through, never to be found. Fast forward to the present day and you're now an adult. The portal-opening medallion is mysteriously delivered to your doorstep. So you return to Central Park and enter the portal to a place called Snow Hill in search of Odri. Later, we are told that on Christmas Eve, the portal will open and.... well, you get the idea. I had the benefit of a sneak peek of this game a while back so this was my second time through the demo. Not much is known about your character except you have dreams about Odri, you leave your violin on the floor, and you drive a red sports car. This game has the easily identifiable look of this developer. The portal world is done in a fantasy style with the seasonal colors you would expect. Voices are good, an improvement over the beta version. However,the story is fairly simplistic, and the "surprise twist" at the end of the demo was not really unexpected. According to the game menu in the Collector's version, there are only 10 HOS and 4 mini games. There are a lot of other items that can only be opened with the right key. So expect to do a lot of backtracking. The map is transportable - it is a large map and the kind that you have to click and drag to move to the desired location. In addition, game play involves finding and identifying items which belonged to your sister by using a magnifying glass to search for clues on the items. There are four levels of difficulty, all of them being fully customizable for features including sliders for hint and skip recharge. Some mini-games have a Casual and Hard setting within the game. For comparison, the CE has achievements and the usual array of pseudo extras like soundtracks, wallpapers, concept art, etc. And of course a strategy guide and bonus level. Based on the small number of HOS and games, I have concerns about game length. Also I do not see much in the way of extras to induce me to buy this as a CE. Now that the SE is here though, I may take the midnight call. Three an 1/2 snowflakes. December 24, 2014
Much to young for me... Didn't care for this at all.... might be a great game if i was under 15 or so. More for younger children. Was bored within seconds December 27, 2014
Really frustrating game I really wanted to like this game (which isn't nearly as good as others from ERS). The lack of a notebook as well as numerous problems I encountered playing mini games -- perhaps because I'm Mac-based -- resulted in a lot of frustration. Although there is a map, if you don't keep lots of ongoing notes, you will need to use the Hint button frequently. I had to retry one mini-game a couple dozen times because I could not complete the mini-game or continue with the game (the Hint button indicated "I've done everything I can here" but the game would not continue until the mini game was completed). I get *very* determined when challenged, or I would have quit the game at that point. I wish I had. I felt there was also somewhat of a disconnect between the "cutesy" aspect of a lot of the game and the darker aspects, such as shooting birds. I'm sorry I wasted the time I spent playing this game. I have deleted it from my computer, as there is no way I would ever want to play it again. Some may like this game. I did not. December 25, 2014
Odd, odious ode to Christmas: Christmas Eve: Midnight's Call: Oh gads, If you cherish the true meaning behind the holiday for which it's named you'll want to stay away from this insultingly awful, nightmare of a game. Enough said... January 28, 2015
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