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A Xmas Eve Tale – Walkthrough (Scoobar Entertainment/2002)

By Leon | May 8, 2008

A Xmas Eve Tale Walkthrough Warning! This page contains the complete solution or walk-through to this game. Reading this page can spoil the challenge to complete the game by yourself. Please consider this when reading on. The walk-through of this game given here might not be the optimal solution, it’s a solution. Just to prove that the game can be finished. If you want a section of the walk-through or just a hint, send us an email with the part where you’re stuck, we’ll send you the section of the page you’ll need.



So this is the night the famous burglar will strike again. We need to get a better look at the location he will attack at 03:00 exact.

Look in your inventory. Your gun, Polly, and a magazine. Wow, the PlayHouse. Look at it. That’s a nice issue. Look at the magazine again to discover what’s on the cover this time. It’s Laura Brown, wife of an officer….. How coincidental! Look at the man standing against the car. According to his tag John Brown….. Give the man the magazine and tell him about the cover.

He’ll ask you to stand guard for him while he goes home to have a nice conversation with his wife. Walk to the left and enter the garden behind the police car. Walk to the front door.

As you try to open the front door, a monkey jumps out and blocks your way. Now you can’t enter the building. Use the welcome mat under the monkey and give it a pull. This will make the monkey fall over and hit it’s head. Use the door to enter the house.

It’s pretty dark in here. As soon as you hear someone in the house stumbeling, coughing or making other noise, use your Polly and aim at…. somewhere in the center of the screen. There’s your burglar! Case closed!

Game source: A copy of the game was found here on the internet.

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