Fun Windows 8, 10 Christmas Game: North Pole Invasion
Christmas is just around the corner and everybody is talking about Santa Claus and his elves. North Pole Invasion is an unusual, but fun game with a Christmas theme where elves get transformed into zombies. Read below for more details.
North Pole Invasion is not a traditional Christmas game, but one with an unusual twist. If you are also counting how many days there are left until Christmas, you could kill the waiting time with North Pole Invasion. The game is better to be played on your Windows 8 or Windows RT tablet, but you can also enjoy it on your Windows 8 laptop by using your mouse. Your job is to defend Santa Claus’ gift from the elves that have turned into zombies after an invasion on the North Pole.
Zombies have invaded the North Pole, infected the elves, and created a zombie elf army! Take control and help defend Santa’s gift bag from the zombie elf invasion. Use your fingers or mouse to toss and fling the zombies around using an advanced ragdoll physics engine! Battle through 70 levels of intense physics action!
Lots of hours of fun gameplay
By using your fingers or your mouse, you can grab the zombified elves and toss, fling or throw them in their to transform them into green gift boxes that will earn you points. You can then spend your earned gifts in the Workshop to upgrade your attacking means, as there are 15 unlockable weapons to choose from. The game is very well designed, with top notch art and animation. What’s really awesome is that another friend can play along on the same screen! Here are some more important features that it has:
- 70 progressively difficult missions
- Up to 10 point multi-touch support for crazy ragdoll tossing action!
- Survival Mode
- Bonus rounds
- 14 unique zombie types
- 5 big bosses to battle!
- 15 physics based weapons to deal out massive damage to the zombie elf horde
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