Get into the Christmas spirit with Digital Eclipse's free game, Poll! This festive title is a great way to bring some joy and fun into your holiday season. With Digital Eclipse giving it away for free this week, there's no excuse not to try out this cute, lighthearted game. If you're on their mailing list, don't miss out – get your free copy of Poll now!
The developer is offering away a free Christmas-themed game to Steam users this week to everyone on the company's mailing list! The game in question is called Jolly ball. As its name suggests, Jolly ball is a festive take on the sport of volley ball, pitting teams of fairies versus one another.
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For those unfamiliar with Digital Eclipse, the developer is accountable for critically-acclaimed collections such as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Cowabunga Collection and Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration; the studio clearly wants retro video gaming! There aren't a great deal of Christmas-themed computer game, and the ones that do exist usually aren't very excellent. Jolly ball might be an exception, and it definitely seems worth having a look at for the asking price! With simply a couple of days left to get a complimentary code, Steam users interested in getting Jolly ball ought to register for the subscriber list sooner, instead of later.
The designer is offering away a complimentary Christmas-themed video game to Steam users this week to everyone on the business's mailing list! The video game in question is called Jolly ball. Jolly ball is the third video game in Digital Eclipse's DE Game series.
Jolly ball is the third video game in Digital Eclipse's DE Game series. It stays to be seen whether Digital Eclipse will follow suit with video games centered around Valentine's Day or Easter, however it appears like a safe bet!
A trailer for Jolly ball can be discovered in the Tweet ingrained below. Readers can register for the mailing list right here. The final batch of Steam codes will be sent on December 21st.