Twas The Night Before Christmas HD
Reignite the Christmas cheer with this interactive rendition of a timeless classic
Twas The Night Before Christmas HD Review
by on January 11, 2011
This festive interactive book from XIMAD will entertain the kids and infuriate the parents through a blend of classic narrative and plenty of gay apparel.
Featuring Clement Clarke Moore’s timeless Yule Tide poem Twas the Night Before Christmas, Before Xmas takes users through one of the world’s most memorable holiday tales in the 21st century’s rendition of the pop-up book.
Kicking off with a user adaptable title page, each of the story’s eight narrative pages features a section of text enhanced by a different, classically drawn image relating to the included copy.
Making this interactive book a joy for nostalgic parents to share with their youngsters, each of the images include a variety of freely movable and adaptable aspects from throwing Santa down a chimney to helping a fleet of reindeer take flight from a rooftop.
Whilst a discreetly hidden pop-up navigation bar at the bottom of each page allows for fast, out of sequence, transitions between pages, the lack of a swipe to turn page function is sorely missed as users a forced to turn via small arrow keys.
Adding to the festive theme and irritation factor of what developer XIMAD is dubbing a BookAlive, Before Xmas comes equipped with a backing of Christmas jingles. Fortunately an easily accessible in-app mute button is available to silence the frivolity.
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