Flooded Village Xmas Eve 4
Note: Special thanks to staalmedia for providing JayisGames with an add-free version!
You'd think by now the pirates of staalmedia's Flooded Village series of puzzle games would have moved somewhere a little less arid. Maybe then they wouldn't need to divert so many rivers and lakes to float their boats and grow their Christmas trees. But I suppose then we wouldn't have Flooded Village Xmas Eve 4, also available for iOS and Android, where once again you need to click tiles to remove them and divert water to where it's needed. Water will flow into any open space it can, and you need it to be adjacent to all things that need it, such as trees and pirate boats, to win the level, though if water comes in contact with ice it'll freeze solid and won't be able to flow, and of course, you don't want to drown any hapless elves. The fewer moves you complete a stage in, the better your star rating, and as gamers we are contractually required to love stars. Though by now a familiar mechanic and concept, Flooded Village Xmas Eve 4 is a cute and fun little puzzle game no matter what the season.
Play Flooded Village Xmas Eve 4
Flooded Village Xmas Eve 4 (iPhone, iPad, ipodtouch)
Fun! Much easier than figuring out how to tie ribbon on packages or how to wrap paper on that odd tetrahedral cube gift. See what I am avoiding;)
Oooh, I hear ya! Those expensive services to wrap presents FOR you look better and better each year to me, not the least of which being my husband's come out looking like they were gently crafted into being by benevolent angels, and mine look like a toddler had a tantrum with tape and paper.
I would like a benevolent angel to come down and wrap the 'weeping angel' that I bought. Wish ThinkGeek offered wrapping. Thankfully many stores offer the gift wrap but those tend to be the ones I can handle - like books or sweater/shirts. One year, many decades ago when I had few responsibilities other than myself, I wrapped everything in brown paper bags, stapler, and red ribbon. Green marker to label the recipient. Easiest Christmas ever!