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Game Giveaway of the day — Santa Jump

Santa Jump is an arcade game about Santa.
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Santa Jump was available as a giveaway on January 1, 2022!

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Santa Jump is an arcade game about Santa who has to give gifts to all the kids for the holiday. For a larger area of coverage, he needs to climb higher and higher, jumping on platforms. The game has 24 levels, 6 backgrounds and, most importantly, the festive atmosphere of the New Year! As you progress, the process will become more complicated, with falling icicles, new types of platforms, the platforms will be farther and farther from each other.

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Publisher:

Ashoot

Homepage:

https://ashoot.itch.io/santa-jump

File Size:

103 MB

Price:

$5.00

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Happy New Year to all who celebrate this as the new year. I hope that 2022 is going to have happier news than the past two years have given us.

Stay safe.

Regards Whiterabbit aka Stephen
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In Brief:
Santa Jump is a casual arcade jumping game ported from android.

You can see a video of game play HERE.
Introduction:
Santa Jump is an arcade game about Santa who has to give gifts to all the kids for the holiday. For a larger area of coverage, he needs to climb higher and higher, jumping on platforms. The game has 24 levels, 6 backgrounds and, most importantly, the festive atmosphere of the New Year! As you progress, the process will become more complicated, with falling icicles, new types of platforms, the platforms will be farther and farther from each other.

Reference accessed HERE 1st January 2022.
The Game:
A simple android game where the aim is to jump to the top of each level. Jumping is automatic. When the countdown reaches zero, Santa will jump. You need to move Santa into a position where he will move left or right to reach one of the platforms. This is accomplished by moving your mouse pointer and clicking to a position above a platform or tree stump. On the way you can pick up power ups that add extra lives or enable you to jump large heights. Some planforms act like trampolines giving your Santa a boost to his jumps. Once you reach the correct height for example the first level is 1500 presents high. Your present height can be seen in the top right hand corner of the game field. There are 24 levels to complete; with increasingly difficult levels and obstacles to avoid. After completing every fourth level the background changes. From the options screen you can change the sound and music as well as toggle between full screen and windowed.
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Notes on Security

I scanned a zipped copy of the installed game using Virus Total and it found zero hits from 57 antimalware engines.

The downloaded executable 'may' include some low level adware that only opens your browser once to Falcoware's home page after the game has installed and also places four shortcuts onto your desktop (which can be safely deleted once the game has installed).

The installation does NOT inject any malware into your system. When your browser is opened to Falcoware's home page following the games installation, it earns Falcoware games some money, part of which is given to the developer of the game for allowing the game to be given away free. Once you've installed the game, there are no more browser redirections. This is because Falcoware removed their installer over a year ago (that installer would show an advert for a game and then open your browser each time you played and then closed the game down.)

You can see the results of the scan via the following link:


https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/e86bdb577e0df00072868dff04a02f41a7b5f9cbacb4aa14537d46d2725e02a8?nocache=1

Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

Whiterabbit-uk,

Other Free Games:
Please check Delenn's threads over in the giveaway forums HERE and HERE for the latest non Steam and Steam freebies. Also for the latest Steam sales check THIS Steam database site out. You can list the games in 'price' & 'percentage off' by clicking the headers. If you link SteamDB with your Steam account, all games that you already have will be highlighted in green. When there are Steam games being given away, you'll see 100% off.
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Don't forget to check Indie Gala's freebie section HERE, then click on the Showcase header, selecting freebies from the drop down menu; recent additions include Pixel Puzzles 2: Christmas ( a traditional style jigsaw puzzle game), North (asylum seeker game), Nostradamus the Last Prophecy, (a point and click mystery adventure), Snowball (A more "discovery-based" approach to pinball. Learn the secret rules of the board to access hard to reach places and rack up HUGE SCORE BONUSES, which are generally agreed to be more important than any other current event in the real world) and the full version of Die Young (you play as Nehir, a field agent of a well-known political party. The party's agenda is to deconstruct and eliminate Brother n.1, the leader of Island's community); we were previously given the prologue version, (which is still available free) Recent games such as Distortions, Dino Run DX, Cheap Golf, Kill Em All, Dead Hungry Diner and Contract with the Devil have now been removed. All remaining freebies can be found in the showcase section (around 100 are available). Not all games that go into the showcase remain free, so you should grab them as soon as you can.


The daily Epic giveaways have now ended. The final game was actually a trilogy of Tomb Raider games worth around £120 when not on sale. Two of the games are heavily discounted at 90% and 85% if you prefer Steam versions.

Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration - Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration includes the base game and Season Pass featuring all-new content. Explore Croft Manor in the new “Blood Ties” story, then defend it against a zombie invasion in “Lara’s Nightmare”.
Shadow of the Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition - In Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition experience the final chapter of Lara’s origin as she is forged into the Tomb Raider she is destined to be. Combining the base game, all seven DLC challenge tombs, as well as all downloadable weapons, outfits, and skills, Shadow of the Tomb Raider Definitive Edition is the ultimate way to experience Lara’s defining moment.
Tomb Raider GOTY - Tomb Raider is a critically acclaimed action adventure that explores the intense and gritty origin story of Lara Croft and her ascent from a young woman to a hardened survivor. Armed only with raw instincts and the ability to push beyond the limits of human endurance, Lara must fight to unravel the dark history of a forgotten island to escape its relentless hold. The Game of the Year edition includes the Tomb of the Lost Adventurer, 6 single player outfits for Lara and 4 characters.

These three games will be available until the 6th January where a new game will be offered called Gods Will Fall. - Experience the trials of 8 warriors in their plight to sever the gods’ grip on humanity as you take on legions of beasts in each of the gods’ realms.


If anyone has theHunter: Call of the Wild or it's free version theHunter: Classic, Second Extinction, Generation Zero, Left 4 Dead, Left 4 Dead 2, Zombie Army Trilogy, Dying Light, Red Dead Redemption 2, Red Dead Redemption Online, Sanctum 1 , Sanctum 2, Strange Brigade, Barotrauma, The Elder Scrolls Online , fallout 76, Serious Sam 3: BFE, Serious Sam 2, Serious Sam HD: The Second Encounter and Serious Sam HD: The First Encounter on Steam; or who got either theHunter: Call of the Wild or Second Extinction via Epic when they were free recently and is interested in playing some co-op with me, please leave a message in the thread I posted over in the forums HERE; I'll then contact you via the email you've used for your forum sign in and I'll send you a link to my Discord channel and make some arrangements to play. I've been playing the first few games in the list regularly this year (approaching 700 hrs for theHunter and over 250 hrs for Second Extinction) and have played all of the others over the last few years and am familiar with their mechanics (these include FPS, TPS, Hunting, 2D Submarine sims, tower defence and zombie shooters, all of which are co-operative games, or can be played cooperatively. I've found playing with friends much more enjoyable than playing solo. If you are new to any of these games and are maybe shy online, then I will help you get to grips with any games (though I may be a little rusty with some). I've always been quite shy when online and always treat people with respect. I don't swear and conversation is usually just about the game; at least until I get to know the people I'm playing with. I've made some very good friends around the world since playing my first online games back in the early 2000's (America's Army, Vietcong, Men of Valor, Men of Honor, Battlefield 1942/BFVietnam and BF2 as well as the early Serious Sam games. The HD reskins are excellent. If you only have theHunter base game, when playing co-op with me you will be able to join any of the 11 reserves that are available and explore them, as only the person running the server requires the reserves. Any thing you unlock while in my server will be saved and added to your reserve if you later decide to purchase those DLC reserves that you don't already have.
The best Indie Bundles sites that have been operating from around 2011 are the Humble Bundle and Indie Gala sites (though the latter isn't as good as it used to be) where you'll sometimes find decent bundles with over 90% off the usual price of the games included in the bundles. The Humble site is in my opinion the best. A more recent addition that is worth checking out are the Fanatical bundles (that used to be called Bundle Stars) that you can find HERE.


Cave Story®'s Secret Santa is still available free over on GOG; when I first posted this over a week ago, it wasn't actually available; you will need to revisit the page to claim the game if you tried grabbing it last week).

There are several thousand (+) free games available on Steam, though if you go to the free games section you'll only find a few hundred listed. Many of them have been removed from the Steam store over the years, but, because some Steam community members have added them when they were available, they are still accessible via the Steam database. Because they are free, you can still access these using a particular script that is available via SteamDB. When you first access the correct page it will list every free game available together with it's Steam app number. Initially I copied the list of games to a document then searched Steam for each game, but this method was very time consuming; I reckon I only looked over less than 1% of the games available over several hours (doing short stints each day), so in the end decided just to run the script and let them all be added. A friend told me about it some time ago. He enjoys running the script for one run every morning while he takes breakfast, ). Because Steam 'rate limits' the number of games you can add in any one hour, the script will only add 50 games at a time. He then looks those 50 games over and then removes the ones he doesn't want in his library and adds the ones he's keeping to a category he created specifically for free games so that they don't saturate his paid for games library. He then repeats the next day, sorting through the next run, while having his breakfast. He's been doing this for several months and said it's quite exciting discovering what games you can get for free.

Many of the games are decent first attempts by fledgling developers; for example, I was playing one of them that I'd added some days ago called Sinking Simulator where you can model the sinking of various ships and other floatables. If you like destructible physics based games, it's quite entertaining and an ideal coffee break game. It includes a level editor and access to over three thousand Steam WORKSHOP, items that include models of famous ships and other models that you can use to create your own ships. This is just one example from the several thousand totally free games you can add to your account.

There is a Script you can use in conjunction with SeamDB that will add every free game into your Steam account (It doesn't install them, just adds them to your account). I will be posting details of how to claim all those free games over in the forums when I get some time to myself. At the moment things are really manic for various reasons, so it probably won't be until the new year. I will be posting a link to the thread once I've posted it. :)

p.s.

I have one spare Steam key for each of the following games:

Siberia 2 (adventure game)
The Mims Beginning (sandbox god game)
Persian Nights: Sands of Wonders (CLAIMED)
The Secret Order 5: The Buried Kingdom (CLAIMED)
Settled (2D pixel graphic horror)
Visitors (action horror)
Pozzo Jello Crusade (casual indie puzzle)
TREBUCHET (CLAIMED)
Green Game: TimeSwapper (indie action)
Overlord (Atmospheric third person strategy)
Torchlight (CLAIMED)
Dead In Bermuda (CLAIMED)
World's Dawn (farming/dating sim RPGMaker)
The Flame in the Flood (isometric post apocalyptic rogue-lite strategy open world survival)
100% Orange Juice (family friendly turn based card game, Anime)
Zombo Buster Rising (side scrolling zombie tower defence)
The Seven Years War (1756-1763) (CLAIMED)
The Battle for Sector 219 (abstract strategy card game)
Super Hop 'N' Bop ULTRA (retro casual split screen PvP platformer)
Fox & Flock (CLAIMED)
In Celebration of Violence (CLAIMED)
Razenroth (top down action roguelike)
Road to Ballhalla (CLAIMED)
Survivor Squad: Gauntlets (top down real time zombie game) - if you enjoy todays game, this one is much better.
The Tale of Doris and the Dragon - Episode 1 (CLAIMED)
Car Mechanic Manager (management sim)
Car Mechanic Simulator 2014 (Automobile sim)
Euro Truck Simulator (Open world truck driving game)
Ice Lakes (open world fishing sim with VR support)
Megapolis (CLAIMED)
Romopolis (CLAIMED)
Safety First! (twin stick physics puzzler)
Townopolis (isometric city builder)



I'm offering a Steam key for the above games to the first person who asks. Only one per community member; however, if there are more you would like, please add more choices - if no one claims those titles by Monday 3rd January, you may get a surprise via your email).

However, please check Steam to see if the game will interest you first. I'm really busy, so I may not respond until late in the day or even tomorrow. If someone has already asked for a particular title (unless it's other choices apart from the first), please don't ask for that game because the first person to ask will get the key. I 'may' include more titles later (probably over the weekend). I have thousands of spare keys from Bundle Stars (now called fanatical games) and other indie bundles; but I recently read on Fanatical that all keys sold by them are not guaranteed after a certain time and I know for certain that many of the thousands of Indie Gala keys I purchased were voided without being redeemed; Grrrr.....; so, it's always recommended that keys are redeemed sooner than later. I gave away a large number of Indie Gala Steam codes last year to a friend and almost all of them had been voided, even though they had never been redeemed. Many of the keys I've given away have been pre Summer 2017, so there's a chance those may be invalid even though they have never been redeemed; however, so far all of the keys I have given away recently i.e. around 100 games (that to purchase when not on sale would have cost well over a thousand pounds ) have activated on Steam. Though none were from Indie Gala.



Reply   |   Comment by Whiterabbit-uk  –  22 days ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
#2

Uh, a bit late or too early? ;)

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