PNP Santa Sprint : Review
We certainly are getting into the Christmas Spirit in the Clearly Household, Lewis has already been to see Santa and has made his Christmas List which will be posted in the next few days.
To help continue the Christmas Spirit, the people at PNP (Portable North Pole) have designed Santa Sprint (only available on the iPhone or iPad app stores).
The aim of the game is to guide an Elf around to collect various items (stars, warm drinks and timers) scattered around Santa’s Workshop whilst evading capture from various frosty creatures on each level.
There are 3 worlds which need to be completed, the Workshop, Library and Stables. Within each world there are 15 levels.
Stars collected on each level equate to gingerbread men which can be used to make purchases to upgrade your magic, clothes, heat or agility (up to 20 upgrades per ability).
Upon completion of each world you are greeted by a short video from Santa reading a story. Something my son really enjoyed.
I found this a good little game to play, well worth the £1.99 app price. Although I’d put the age rating to about 6+ as my son, aged 4, easily lost his patience as he kept dying but we’ll certainly try him again with it as he gets older.
**This is not a sponsored post, I was provided with a free download of Santa Sprint to play and review. All words and opinions are my own.