What do you want for Christmas? A new car? That awesome new video game? Or maybe you want your room turned into a room escape game? If you're the protagonist of Endless X'mas, then that last one's what you want... and that last one's exactly what you get when Santa comes down your chimney one Christmas.
So what do you do when St. Nick turns your living quarters into a room escape puzzler for the holidays? Naturally, you try to escape. Like most games in this genre, you pick up items you find around the room, use them in various places, and try to solve puzzles. When an item goes into your inventory, click once to use it, or double-click to examine it further. The rest you should have down by now.
Analysis: What a delight! Endless X'mas is a good sample of what room escaping should be like. The puzzles are exceedingly creative compared to most, and the graphics and music are quite nice as well, bringing everything together into a quaint atmosphere.
The only serious flaw Endless X'mas has is its difficulty, or lack thereof to be more precise. Most of the time it was fairly obvious what I had to use and where, but maybe that's just because I'm a seasoned room escape veteran. There was really only one part that slowed me down, and I got over it quickly. If you're a hardcore escaper, then this game may seem like more of a light snack to you.
But don't let that stop you. This is a charm of a game that's especially appropriate for the holidays. Now go forth and open your present... and with this present, getting it open is the whole point!