A downloadable game for Windows

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Help Santa deliver all his presents on Christmas Eve night, all while inexplicably never going down a chimney. Avoid obstacles, collect powerups, and engage the long-dormant powers within him to keep going just a little bit farther... you know, for the children.


Keyboard and Mouse:

  • Space : (Double) Jump
  • Z : Activate Super Santa
  • X : Throw Present


  • A : (Double) Jump
  • X : Activate Super Santa
  • Bumpers : Throw Present

System Requirements


  • Windows XP SP2, Vista, 7, 8 or 10
  • Processor: Dual Core 2.0GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Shader Model 1.1 compatible Graphics card (Note: Intel HD 4000 was tested and sufficient to run the game)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • .NET 4.0 Client (included in installer if not pre-installed)
  • XNA 4.0 Framework (included in installer if not pre-installed)
  • Hard Drive: 100MB available space


Buy Now$1.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $1 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Here Runs Santa Claus Setup.exe 62 MB


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Nothing Can Stop My Asian Super Santa Powers!!! But seriously though this game was super fun, Check me out playin it here:

Asian Santa Power!

Awesome video. Glad you liked it. You are the first video I've seen who found the clouds or space level. Great job!

The reason being that i am primarily a Space Wizard and i sought out space as my first mission of exploration.

Supa Santa is coming! Your rooftop ornaments and chimneys will not stand a chance! Expect to lose power and water!

Don't believe me? I am not making this up:

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So sorry to hear that. Can you give me any info on your PC build? What version of Windows are you running? Direct X? .NET? Also, does it crash the same in windowed mode (1x or 2x)? Can yolu give me any info on the crash report itself? What does it say? Thanks!

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OK. I will investigate this issue as much as I can. I hope to have a reply back to you tomorrow if possible. Thanks for your patience!

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OK, I *THINK* it's an issue with Windows 10 and XNA working together. Can you try right clicking the executable and under compatibility settings, set the game to run in compatibility mode as Windows 7 and run as an administrator, and see if that fixes things?