Another title from the obscure "Little Softie" software house back in 1983, and another which seems to have gone missing from time.
The adverts in Personal Computer Gamer detail the game as follows:
"A programme for the young child with 2 skill levels.
Let your boy or girl be a special helper for Father Christmas in this personalised Christmas story. The visit from the fairy – the ride on the sleigh – journey to the Pole and the delivery of the presents makes this a magical game for the young to be played again and again. Both games run on Spectrum 48K and Commodore 64 (on cassette)."
This seems to indicate that the game could have been an adventure game providing choices for the user, like with the Adrian Mole games on the C64.
This would I think have been one of the first games to implement such a system. Just how the game would have looked and felt is a question we cannot yet answer. Maybe someone from the company will come across this review and have something to say?
Check out the scans for now…
Contributions: Peter Weighill