Santas Super Friends

Find out who Mr. Stink is and why he would steal all the toys right before Christmas. As you make your way from Candy Cane Cove to Santa`s Workshop, you`ll meet some Super Friends along the way like Gingerbread Jr. and Edmund the Elf. They`ll give you information about Mr. Stink to help you get the toys back! With 60 progressively harder levels of play, 3 skill levels to choose from and even your very own Christmas Tree ornaments to collect you'll be instantly hooked!

Playing it for an hour should be enough to decide whether game is naughty or nice. The conveyors can go slightly off the screen blocking the view of the toy in progress. Stink goes where the Grinch and Scrooge have gone before him, attempting to ruin our holiday spirits. Have never played it again. Survival mode simply means endlessly making toys until a part reaches the end of the line, seeing how long you can go before the conveyor belt wears you down. But it got tedious level after level. I only finished about half of the trial. If you like playing the same level an hour till you can get past it - this game is for you! Put two pieces of a helper together can reverse the conveyor belt, slowing it down. It was an endless series of piecing together teddy bears and then monkeys. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sereneorchid from Is there more to the game? These are parts of ornaments that will go on the bonus Christmas tree. And this happens in the later levels of easy mode.


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If you like playing the same level an hour till you can get past it - this game is for you! So, with little time to spare before the big day, the task is to work with each Super Friend to make Sparkle 2 toys super fast. Kids would probably enjoy this, but I don't know for how long, since the game didn't change much within the first 10 levels. And this happens in the later levels of easy mode. Frriends conveyors can Mad Mouse slightly off the screen blocking the view of the toy in progress. It was an endless series of piecing together teddy bears and then monkeys. As an adult who has played many Time Management games this Santas Super Friends was an disappointment. But it got tedious level after level. It's repetitious to the point of boredom. Not only do you need to make sure a toy gets one of every part, but you must also put the right colors together as the number of colors grows with the levels. Have never played it again. The graphics are cute and colorful. Date published: Unfortunately, one of the Super Friends, Stanley Reek, stunk of smelly cheese which leaked onto Sanhas toys, bringing the children to tears. You Santas Super Friends try, try again.

But it got tedious level after level. After all this work, you find out that only the second and third pieces connected missing the first entirely and losing the chance to complete a toy. The snow, the toys and the friends will put you in a holiday mood, but the music and frenzied pace could take that away in seconds. Depending on how quickly and successfully you complete a level, you can earn a bronze, silver or gold star for your performance. And this happens in the later levels of easy mode. The conveyors can go slightly off the screen blocking the view of the toy in progress. As an adult who has played many Time Management games this game was an disappointment. These are parts of ornaments that will go on the bonus Christmas tree. My kids wouldn't play this game. After hiding for a year Stanley, returned the day before Christmas to steal all the toys. Stink goes where the Grinch and Scrooge have gone before him, attempting to ruin our holiday spirits. As for the music, it was tolerable at first but then became distracting and overpowering like hearing elevator music for too long.

So, with Santas Super Friends time to spare before the Sangas day, the task is to work with each Super Friend to make more toys super fast. Talk about Pirates Solitaire Three difficulty levels and two game modes. After all this work, you find out that only the second and third pieces connected missing the first entirely and losing the chance to complete a toy. Sanras do not know how long the other people who left reviews saying it was boring played this game, but it gets tougher every couple of levels till you get stuck on Death and Betrayal in Romania: A Dana Knightstone Novel Collectors Edition level and can not progress. I only finished about half of the trial. It was an endless series of piecing together teddy bears and then monkeys. Playing it for an hour should be enough to Suepr whether game is naughty or nice. Not only do you need to make sure a Skper gets one of every part, but you must also put the right colors together as the number of Santas Super Friends grows with the levels. The situation grows worse when clicking on a piece, then an associated piece, and then a third piece. The graphics are cute and colorful. Put two pieces of a helper together can reverse the conveyor belt, slowing it down.


Frustration sets in when mistaking the magnet for the question mark, which only adds one piece. I will never get to play all the levels. Depending on how quickly and successfully you complete a level, you can earn a bronze, silver or gold star for your performance. My mistake for not trying it out first. Put two pieces of a helper together can reverse the conveyor belt, slowing it down. This could hide critical information as to which piece you need to complete the toy. If you like playing the same level an hour till you can get past it - this game is for you! It was an endless series of piecing together teddy bears and then monkeys. I only finished about half of the trial. And this happens in the later levels of easy mode. It's repetitious to the point of boredom. Have never played it again.

Lack of Help instructions. Rated 3 out of 5 by LizinKC from Only get this game if you want a challenge! After hiding for a year Stanley, returned the day before Christmas to steal all the toys. It makes sense to create a holiday-themed version of a popular game. Have never played it again. The situation grows worse when clicking on a piece, then an associated piece, and then a third piece. Talk about insane! Not only do you need to make sure a toy gets one of every part, but you must also put the right colors together as the number of colors grows with the levels. This could hide critical information as to which piece you need to complete the toy. Fortunately, during the frenzy, helpers and bonuses show up on the conveyor belt. After all this work, you find out that only the second and third pieces connected missing the first entirely and losing the chance to complete a toy. These are parts of ornaments that will go on the bonus Christmas tree.

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13 thoughts on “Santas Super Friends

  1. Playing it for an hour should be enough to decide whether game is naughty or nice. Kids would probably enjoy this, but I don't know for how long, since the game didn't change much within the first 10 levels. As an adult who has played many Time Management games this game was an disappointment. After hiding for a year Stanley, returned the day before Christmas to steal all the toys. It was an endless series of piecing together teddy bears and then monkeys.

  2. I only finished about half of the trial. The goal for each level contains the number of presents to make. Stink goes where the Grinch and Scrooge have gone before him, attempting to ruin our holiday spirits. Three difficulty levels and two game modes. Survival mode simply means endlessly making toys until a part reaches the end of the line, seeing how long you can go before the conveyor belt wears you down.

  3. And this happens in the later levels of easy mode. As for the music, it was tolerable at first but then became distracting and overpowering like hearing elevator music for too long. Not only do you need to make sure a toy gets one of every part, but you must also put the right colors together as the number of colors grows with the levels. The conveyors can go slightly off the screen blocking the view of the toy in progress.

  4. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sereneorchid from Is there more to the game? After hiding for a year Stanley, returned the day before Christmas to steal all the toys. Not much variety. It's repetitious to the point of boredom.

  5. It makes sense to create a holiday-themed version of a popular game. Date published: Rated 1 out of 5 by BeachLuvr from Teddybear Factory Rewritten This game seems to be a replica of a game called Teddy Bear Factory, which in itself was boring. The goal for each level contains the number of presents to make. My mistake for not trying it out first.

  6. Kids would probably enjoy this, but I don't know for how long, since the game didn't change much within the first 10 levels. Date published: Rated 3 out of 5 by sereneorchid from Is there more to the game? Bits and parts of the toys rest on the conveyor belt where you must match up the right pieces in the correct color to complete the toy.

  7. It's repetitious to the point of boredom. If you like playing the same level an hour till you can get past it - this game is for you! Three difficulty levels and two game modes. After hiding for a year Stanley, returned the day before Christmas to steal all the toys.

  8. Not only do you need to make sure a toy gets one of every part, but you must also put the right colors together as the number of colors grows with the levels. Lack of Help instructions. Frustration sets in when mistaking the magnet for the question mark, which only adds one piece. Kids would probably enjoy this, but I don't know for how long, since the game didn't change much within the first 10 levels.

  9. I only finished about half of the trial. Kids would probably enjoy this, but I don't know for how long, since the game didn't change much within the first 10 levels. As an adult who has played many Time Management games this game was an disappointment. I will never get to play all the levels. You can try, try again.

  10. It was an endless series of piecing together teddy bears and then monkeys. Survival mode simply means endlessly making toys until a part reaches the end of the line, seeing how long you can go before the conveyor belt wears you down. But it got tedious level after level.

  11. As an adult who has played many Time Management games this game was an disappointment. You can try, try again. Bits and parts of the toys rest on the conveyor belt where you must match up the right pieces in the correct color to complete the toy. As for the music, it was tolerable at first but then became distracting and overpowering like hearing elevator music for too long. It's repetitious to the point of boredom.

  12. Lack of Help instructions. Playing it for an hour should be enough to decide whether game is naughty or nice. After all this work, you find out that only the second and third pieces connected missing the first entirely and losing the chance to complete a toy.

  13. This could hide critical information as to which piece you need to complete the toy. These are parts of ornaments that will go on the bonus Christmas tree. The situation grows worse when clicking on a piece, then an associated piece, and then a third piece. Stink goes where the Grinch and Scrooge have gone before him, attempting to ruin our holiday spirits. It's repetitious to the point of boredom.

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