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Ebenezer And The Invisible World is kinda good, thus excellent by Christmas game standards

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A cutscene in Ebenezer And The Invisible World where an unrepentant ghost reveals the Christmas Spirits have revealed their secrets
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I don't look for Christmas games. Partly because they're basically all terrible, and partly because of how tiresome it is when everything is saturated with the same theme wherever you look. But Ebenezer And The Invisible World is about helping Scrooge run around London bashing capitalists and other evil spirits with his cane, and summoning friendly ghosts to prevent Caspar Malthus from genociding the working class. I simply could not find out what the hell was going on there.

Turns out, it's kinda good. But it has too many problems to reach much beyond that.

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