Escape From A Christmas Tale

Welcome!

Santa Claus has been kidnapped by Mr. Scrooge in his mansion. Could you help him to escape?

Instructions

Santa

Santa:

Ho ho ho! Please help me to find my REINDEER, my SLED and the PRESENTS before escaping from this mansion.

Mansion - living room

Butler

The Butler:

Sir, welcome to the mansion. From here you can access different rooms. Please, choose a door.

Mansion - kitchen

Elf

Arthur the Elf:

If you are looking for the REINDEER, it is better to look outside. Slurp, and the PRESENTS? Maybe up…

Mansion - dinning room

Gingerbread Man

The Gingerbread Man:

Are you looking for the gifts? Hahaha Maybe you should rest a little and drink something before continuing.

Mansion - tea room

Mrs. Claus

Mrs. Claus:

Oh darling, be careful. I just saw Mr. Scrooge in a hurry and he would not like you to be around his house.

Mansion - toilets

Mr. Scrooge:

Mr. Scrooge:

Excuse me Sir! You ought knock the door before entering here.

Mansion - drawing room

Elf

Nicholas the Elf:

If you're looking for something BIG, slurp, maybe it's hidden in the basement. And I don't recommend you go to the toilets.

Mansion - hearth

The Snowman

Nicholas the Snowman:

It's hot herre, right? You can finish your adventurre or continue explorring if you arre missing any object.

courtyard

Santa

Santa:

Ho ho ho! Rudolf needs space to run and play. Maybe he is somewhere in this courtyard. Rudolf! Rudolf!

Courtyard - greenhouse

Elf

Arthur the Elf:

The REINDEER just passed through here, slurp. He was asking about the GARDENER, because he wanted to eat some flowers.

Courtyard - yard

Gingerbread Man

The Gingerbread Man:

Hahahah. Can I tell you a secret? The reindeer has long been lost, and surely they are looking for a place to drink.

Courtyard - Barn

The Grinch

The Grinch:

Ha ha ha! It's not halloween but there are still some pumpkins. Does Rudolph like eating pumpkins?

Courtyard - gardener-house

Butler

The Butler:

Sir, the gardener is not here right now. If you are not looking for any tool, it is better to get out of here.

Courtyard - graveyard

The Snowman

Charlie the Snowman:

Did you know that to make snow you need verry cold waterr? I'm a big fan of waterr and you should be too.

Courtyard - Pumpkin Patch

Mr. Scrooge

Mr. Scrooge:

Who is there? ... Mr. CLaus? Come back to the Mansion please.. right now!

Courtyard - fountain

Mrs. Claus

Mrs. Claus:

Well done my darling. Rudolph was very thirsty but now he is ready to help you again.

Courtyard - reindeer

Reindeer

The Reindeer

Congratulations! You got the Reindeer

basement

Santa

Santa:

Ho ho ho! Yes, definitely this is a good place to hide my sled. Let's search room by room.

Basement - boiler room

The Snowman

Luke the Snowman:

It's hot herre, right? Also, this place is very dirrty. We need someone to clean it morre often.

Basement - workshop

Elf

Linus the Elf:

We've been repairing your SLED here, slurp. And Mrs. Claus said she was taking him to the GARAGE.

Basement - woodshed

Gingerbread Man

The Gingerbread Man:

This room is full of wood, hahahah. If we had some tools, we could build the sled you're looking for, hahahah.

Basement - broom closet

Butler

The Butler:

Sir, why are you looking for a sled in the broom room? Clearly, it does not fit in this small room.

Basement - wardrobe

The Grinch

The Grinch:

Boo! I like hiding in small sites ha ha ha. This trapdoor looks so small for you...

Basement - game room

Mrs. Claus

Mrs. Claus:

You are far away from your goal, darling. Fortunately, there is a trapdoor nearby.

Basement - trapdoor

The Snowman

Clark the Snowman:

It's hot herre, right? And we're also verry tight ... We'd better go to a larger place. And not so hot, please.

Basement - trash room

Elf

Geoffrey the Elf:

Are you still looking for the SLED? Slurp, I don't think it fits in that WARDROBE there.

Basement - Laundry

Mr. Scrooge

Mr. Scrooge:

For the love of God, how have you got so far? You will only find old and dirty clothes here…

Basement - corridor

Elf

Timothy the Elf:

My candy cane is almost finished, slurp! And where is the SLED? Where it can be PARKED?

Basement - garage

Gingerbread Man

The Gingerbread Man:

Do you like racing? Really? Hahahah, Mrs. Claus just passed recently, asking me about a car.

Basement - sewer

The Grinch

The Grinch:

Santa in a sewer? ha ha ha. I thought you would prefer chimneys....

Basement - water

The Grinch

The Grinch:

You can find smoke in a chimney....but what are you going to find in a sewer? Ha ha ha

Basement - more-water

The Grinch

The Grinch:

ha ha ha...bye bye Santa!

Basement - Abandoned Car

Mrs. Claus

Mrs. Claus:

Yes, that was a wise decision, you are so clever...but hurry up, pick the sled up and continue your path!

Basement - Sled

Sled

The Sled

Well done! Santa got the Sled.

Upstairs

Santa

Santa:

Ho ho ho! I remember my presents were kept in somewhere on this floor. Let's find them!

Upstairs - library

Gingerbread Man

The Gingerbread Man:

There are no gifts here, only books, hahahah. Although I've been hearing strange noises up there for a while ...

Upstairs - office

Elf

Arthur the Elf:

This is full of papers! I hope not to stain them, slurp. The PRESENTS? An elf has hidden them nearby, OUTDOORS.

Upstairs - reading room

The Snowman

Alfredo the Snowman:

Are you looking for the presents, Santa? I think I've seen them on this floorr, but in a colderr place than this one.

Upstairs - attic

The Grinch

The Grinch:

Surprise! ha ha ha. Do you like surprises? There is someone waiting for you in the guest room...

Upstairs - main room

Butler

The Butler:

Sir, it is not very polite to enter the room of the owner of the mansion. Please, keep your composure and go away.

Upstairs - guest room

Mr. Scrooge:

Mr. Scrooge:

Could you explain me what are you doing here? Get out of here immediately!

Upstairs - balcony

Elf

Felix the Elf:

I've hidden the PRESENTS here, Santa! I hope they haven't been filled with CANDY, slurp.

Upstairs - presents

Present

The Presents:

Fantastic! The presents are safe now.

Exit

Ending Rope Ending Reindeer Ending Presents Ending Santa Ending Sled

We did it!

And Santa run away with all his staff. Christmas can go on! Thank you!

However we left some important element in the Mansion. Congratulations anyway!

Credits

"Escape From: A Christmas Tale" is an experimental retro game based on CSS Grid Layout. Credits:

- Press Start 2P Google Font [Link]

- NES.css framework [Link]

- The Deck by James Clarke [Link]

- Reset CSS by Eric Meyer [Link]

- We are SiloCreativo [Link]

Thanks for playing!