The Christmas Spirit: Trouble in Oz
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Domini Games invites you to celebrate Christmas in Oz!

Oz is celebrating its first Christmas, and your friends want you to join them for the festivities! But your joy is short-lived when goblins steal all of Oz’s presents! It’s up to you to track down the culprits and bring the Christmas spirit back to the people. Can you save the holidays in time? Find out in this marvelous hidden-object puzzle adventure game!

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  • OS: Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10
  • CPU: 1.6 GHz
  • RAM: 1024 MB
  • DirectX: 9.0
  • Hard Drive: 1291 MB

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The Christmas Spirit: Trouble in Oz is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from a good game it bases this game on the original wizard of oz but with a twist. a great HO game with a good hint system and a custom level.
Date published: 2018-09-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great! Thank you for a fun-filled, festive holiday game. I enjoyed the storyline very much. Great graphics, colors, and whimsical holiday spirit. Exactly what I love in a holiday game.
Date published: 2018-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent hidden object adventure The graphic are amazing. It brings me back to the amazing movie, I was excited the whole time olaying the game.
Date published: 2017-12-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from i'm off to see the wizard ho ho ho !!!!! a little odd butt not bad good game
Date published: 2017-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from fun, fun, fun Bought the game this morning and just finished it. The first game I bought was Dec.2007, so have been playing for ten years. This game is among the ones I really like. I love the Oz games & this is no exception. Games were not too hard & had a lot of variety. The graphics & story line was great. If you want a fun time, this is a game to purchase.
Date published: 2017-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It was just OK MAYBE I would have given this a 4 star if it wasn't so loaded with puzzle after puzzle. I'm not a puzzle lover and won't do a puzzle unless I can get through it quickly. A lot of HOS too, but you can switch to a very slow match 3 if you get tired of HOS. Voice overs drove me nuts and way too much dialog and cut scenes. I guess the main thing they wanted to do with this game was to tell a story...sort of a dumb one. On the other hand, it did bring in some Christmas spirit which was fun in August! Play the demo...you decide. Glad I didn't spend full price for it though.
Date published: 2018-08-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The Spirits Are Restless I wouldn't think of combining a Christmas themed game with The Wizard of Oz story, but maybe that's the point here. You play as Dorothy, returning to the scene of the storybook to help the Munchkins and your well-known trio of friends save Christmas by getting their gifts back from the Wicked Witch. It's a fresh take, I'll say that. The game flows pretty well overall, and many of the minigames are quite challenging, especially on the harder setting. There are a few hidden object scenes, all very easy, and you can switch to Match-3 if you prefer. Graphics are decent with some very good points, especially when your character is traveling. Voice acting is fine, although whoever they got for The Tin Man doesn't really fit with his character at all. Minor gripe but you'll notice it too. Where this game comes up short is the story, as it's far too simplistic given the circumstances. I don't think this game quite figured out the tone, trying to make it really playful despite the dire circumstances. It's interesting if you're an Oz completist, but otherwise you can most certainly skip it. Consider it a Christmas gift wrapped well that turns out to be socks.
Date published: 2018-02-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from ~~THE STORYLINE COULD HAVE BEEN EXECUTED BETTER.~~~ The Wizard of Oz is a story that has been told countless times in the past few decades, and its ideas have been borrowed by many other books and movies. Naturally, the video games market did not remain silent on the subject either, so there are plenty of games out there that show you Dorothy’s tale one way or another. As with everything else, the idea can be taken out of context and presented in a different form. The Christmas Spirit: Trouble in Oz is a hidden object adventure game in which you get to visit the magical land of Oz during Christmas, as well as solve a mystery involving goblins and Santa Claus himself. The way you go about solving these mysteries is the same as in every other HOPA out there, which means that the veterans of the genre should be able to find their way around the puzzles and the interface in no time at all. The story starts with the main characters preparing for Christmas, and you are invited to join them for a party. Unfortunately, things go wrong when a bunch of goblins decide to steal Santa’s presents and possibly ruin Christmas for everyone in Oz in the process. Thankfully, you have a plan to get everything back to normal and save the pesky goblins a lesson as well. As you might expect, everything in The Christmas Spirit: Trouble in Oz is Christmas-related, including the puzzles and the level design. Speaking of puzzles, most of them follow the classic formula that sends you on object hunts, followed by a mini-game of some sort at the end. It can get repetitive, but there’s enough variety for that not to happen during a normal session of an hour or so. I was impressed with the graphics more than the storyline. The graphics are about as colorful as they get, given the fact that the action takes place in a fantasy world and during Christmas, no less. Every scene is full of color and various Christmas decorations, and the characters are pretty detailed as well. Not the same can be said about the cut-scenes, unfortunately, mainly because they come in very low resolutions for some reason. In the end, The Christmas Spirit: Trouble in Oz can be described as just another hidden object adventure game with Christmas lights, but that’s not a bad thing at all. Hence, if you want something uplifting to get you hyped for the holidays, this might just do the trick. Cheers!
Date published: 2017-12-27
Rated 3 out of 5 by from THE STORY LACKS SUBSTANCE AFTER THE DEMO This new Christmas entry had such potential, although the theme was a bit weird for a Christmas story, it really could have worked. After the demo, there was very little substance, you help a few munchkins, rescue a rabbit (who can amazingly climb a vertical rope) and have a close encounter or two with the goblins. You even get to fly inside a soapy bubble, but this is another example of how a game doesn't always need 6 or 7 chapters to tell the story. They should have just had 3 or 4 chapters, because what ended up happening, was just "filler" chapters, There was very little added in the middle chapters that actually benefited the plot, it was two chapters filled with meaningless tasks that had very little or nothing to do with the story line! Instead of having a few really good chapters, this game is stretched far too thin with 6 chapters. It's a good game, don't get me wrong, but at times, it becomes stagnant and boring, and I even found myself questioning the storyline. Perhaps it's because there were so many Christmas themed games this year, with back to back versions (Collector's Edition followed by Standard Editions) Here's a recap of my review to help you decide which version, if either is right for you: Dorothy and Toto are building a snowman, having fun, and minding their own business when out of nowhere appears a hot air balloon. As luck would have it, the balloon immediately collides with a falling star. (I guess it's more like karma) Toto panics and begins barking, roughly translated, "the sky is falling, the sky is falling" The deflated balloon apparently has no ill effect and the basket lands gently in the snow, poof, the glistening snow dissipates into the cold wintry air. The unscathed pilot brushes the snow off his freshly pressed uniform's epaulettes, and introduces himself to Dotty, as Clutch the guardian of the gates of Emerald City. Clutch has traveled over the river and through the woods, to deliver a very important invitation to Dot, an invitation to join her good friends from Oz for their very first Christmas Celebration! Let's not forget, the balloon has been badly damaged by a fiery ball of light entering our atmosphere so Clutch hands you the balloon (how'd he remove the balloon so fast? Must be a Christmas Miracle!) and tells you to sew a patch on the balloon to repair it. (I have no good comment about this sewing gig, so I'll just leave it at, "oh no he didn't) Thanks to my awesome domestic skills, the Balloon is good to go, Do & To are off to Oz to see the wonderful Wizard of Christmas future. This leaves me with one question, am I young D or a much older D? I'm quickly becoming a fan of Domini Games, they have creative stories, and the graphics are always colorful and very realistic.I wasn't super thrilled with the tasks, they didn't seem very creative, but the story is kinda cool! Toto joins Doto on this Christmas journey as a helper, but he's not annoying or cutesy, I'd put him in second place right next to Elf, who is much more adorable and has a name more fitting for a Christmas themed game. In the Collector's Edition version, there are some really good collectible features, so I prefer that version over this Standard Edition version. There are missing Diary pages that are scattered throughout the adventure, which allows you to read about each character and what they have been up to since you've been gone. There are collectible, hidden Emeralds, that allow you to buy 19 different Decorations for the Christmas Tree, hopefully not the one that Dory chopped to shreds! The coolest collection, by far, are the Fireworks, which allows you to blast them into the night sky for an awesome personalized fireworks display! The Hidden Object Scenes are varied each time with Keywords in Sentence finds, Interactive Listed Item finds, Silhouetted Shape finds, Reversed Item finds where you take items from your inventory and place them into the scene where they logically belong. There is an optional Match 3 game to play if you're not into HOP's. The Mini Games are decent, but I haven't come across anything new. All of the puzzles allow you to select an Easy or Hard difficulty mode! Below are brief descriptions of some of the games you'll encounter during the demo: 1) Select and drag the buckles to the outlined spaces, moving one buckle may affect others. 2) Lead the hot air balloon to the finish while avoiding obstacles hidden under the clouds. 3) Lead the gnome token to the bag after collecting all other tokens without backtracking. 4) Press disks to move the token to the bottom right. The coin will enter any open adjacent disk slot. 5) Swap chips correctly based on the images located on each column and row. 6) Move the characters chips into their correct frames based upon their color and the matching colored map areas. 7) Pose the scarecrows arm and Leg sections based on the image shown, moving one section may affect others. The Collector's Edition has 10 Concept Art pictures, 15 Wallpapers, 5 Music Soundtracks, 30 Achievements to earn, 18 re-playable Mini Games, 17 re-playable Hidden Object Scenes, 27 re-playable Movie Videos, 60 collectible Emeralds which allow you to buy decorations for the Christmas Tree, Missing Storybook Pages, 13 Fireworks that can be loaded in a cannon and shot into the sky for a personalized Fireworks display, a built in Strategy Guide and a Bonus Chapter, enjoy!
Date published: 2017-12-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Awful I like hidden object games, but this one is so bad, could not get through the first parts of it. Rip off of the Christmas Stories - a bad one...
Date published: 2017-12-26
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