You are an elf (the festive kind), and your job is very simple. In challenge mode, for each house in the town, you will be presented with a photograph of how Santa expects the house to look. Head down their chimney and get decorating using your Tinsel Cannon, a specially designed weapon that allows you to shoot tinsel, baubles, stockings and more. But you have to be fast, you only have 30 seconds before the big man arrives!

 

If you want to practice, or just relax and decorate, that is fine too. In Free Decoration mode, some of the houses are empty for Christmas, so you can decorate those to your heart’s content. In these houses, you also get a camera that saves pictures to your computer as png files. You can use these for Christmas cards, phone backgrounds, or whatever you like!

 

Deck The Halls is supported by a donation model, meaning that customers can pay whatever they choose. The reason for this is that the festive period can be a tough time of year for many people, so I wanted to, in a small way, help out people who might not be able to afford luxuries like new games, by allowing them to get a copy for free.