I Live at Santa's House! 1.8
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|This activity center game offers kids the delightful fantasy of being an elf in Santa's House, decorating the tree, baking cookies, wrapping gifts, testing toys in the workshop, and more. Ages 3-7.|
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36|
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista|
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This holiday season activity center lets kids explore the delightful fantasy of being an elf living and working in Santa's House at the North Pole. There are ten main activities, including decorating the tree, baking cookies, wrapping gifts, and testing toys in Santa's Workshop. Beautifully illustrated by Brigid Skelton, I Live At Santa's House! captures the timeless appeal of an old-fashioned Christmas. Windows shareware for ages 3-7.
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Full Windows 7 compatibility, enhanced configuration utility, improved installer.
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