Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow... and snow... and then snow some more in Snow Tree, this charming little arcade physics game from Alexey Izvalov. Control the snowfall by clicking and dragging with the mouse to create invisible air currents, directing the flakes into a tidy pile to form a delicate, branching, and ever-growing tree (presumably keeping the white stuff away from your front door and driveway in the process). Pile the snow as high and efficiently as you can to build your score, and snag some of those neatly wrapped presents floating high in the clouds to earn extra points and increase the maximum amount of snowflakes available to build with.
Fans of the Sugar, Sugar series will find a lot to love here in terms of the simple click-and-drag play style, though without the added puzzle element. The premise of Snow Tree is simple, the music is lovely, and it all combines together to create a surprisingly soothing and cozy wintry environment which conjures up images of roaring fireplaces, roasting chestnuts, and steamy hot chocolate.