The Santa Express is a free web-based game due to launch this Christmas. In this game, players decide which gifts Santa Claus should deliver to ‘good’ and ‘bad’ children. The game has been created and developed by Jenkat Media Inc., a major casual game company which was set up by Fox Interactive Media veterans and Intermix Media. Jenkat Media will be releasing The Santa Express game this Christmas, according to a recent news report.
Because the game is web-based, players can access it from virtually anywhere that has an internet connection. They can play for as long as they like, from their homes, offices, or even whilst away on vacation. The game is totally free, so players don’t need to worry about the expense incurred by their gift choices. The game combines enjoyment with convenience, as it allows people to send holiday cheer and appreciation to their loved ones in far-off places.
‘The Santa Express is a free online game where players of all ages can get into the Christmas spirit, whether during a short work break or playing as a family,’ said Malcolm Michaels, co-founder and President of Jenkat Media Inc. Malcolm Michaels also pointed out that the Christmas holidays are a chance for us all to ‘be kids again,’ so even though Santa is only supposed to bring gifts for children, there’s no reason why grown-ups shouldn’t enjoy sending and receiving Santa’s surprises through The Santa Express. But grown-ups need to remember that their behavior is also being monitored, and they will only be receiving nice gifts if they have been good!
Apart from its casual web-based games like The Santa Express, Jenkat Media also provides other downloadable games which are available for a price. One such new release, which has become quite popular, is the Finders Keepers game. This game involves a treasure hunt which takes place under the sea.
Jenkat Media has been producing social web tools and games for over ten years. Its headquarters are based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The company has also developed games which can be played on different types of media, including mobile devices. The company has secured six-figure revenues by creating more than a hundred casual web-based games.
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