How the hell did I miss this one, when I did my list of Xmas Games: Festive Freebies & Christmas Cassettes? A give-away licensed game for the Commodore 64 from 1986, would have easily made the list. Only if I'd have known about it earlier. To be fair, this game was only a give-away to retailers of American Greetings, who manufactured the jolly gaudy coloured quasi-marsupials come teddy bears that could be turned completely inside-out. So how would I know?
What we have here is a weak (at best) loose adventure game, that even the makers should hang their heads in shame over producing. Even if it was a marketing give-away. A series of crappy ill-considered non-interactive 4 colour graphic set pieces, or just simply a slap-dash throw together bunch of weak tasks revolving around the Popples being in Santa's workshop. Or both! Who cares? It was utter garbage. A bad promotional tool for a bad toy. Let's move on and never talk of this again.