Talking Santa

Talking Santa

Christmas is right around the corner and Google Play will soon be filled with Xmas-themed apps and games. In fact the first ones have already arrived. Just take a look around and you will surely find an app called Talking Santa.

Led by our curiosity we downloaded Talking Santa and our expectations were confirmed – the app was made by Outfit7, which happens to be the same studio, maker of hits like My Talking Tom and Talking Angela. So we knew from the start what Talking Santa would be. Here’s what you can expect – once you run the app Santa arrives and does some tricks for you – if you touch his bag he’ll give you a present, if you touch the dish on your display he’ll eat cookies and drink some milk, if you touch the postcards he will pose for you and you can take photos, etc. You can even punish him – touch the snowball button and he will be run over by a large snowball. You can also record your adventures with him and then publish them online. Finally, he repeats everything you say, hence the name of this app.

Talking Santa largely resembles My Talking Tom since the idea behind these apps is the same – say something and the character will repeat it for you. This is what’s most fun if you ask the developer but there are more fun things to do. Basically this free app is My Talking Tom in Santa’s clothes and then more and will perfectly fit the atmosphere that’s coming up later next month. Perfect for small children, Talking Santa is also free.

This app is right here on Google Play.

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