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  • Summary: Stop the evil hacker Hax from ruining your Christmas. This is a free holiday version of Hax Attacks, our addictivley fun cyber security game. Save Christmas by protecting your data from Hax's viruses and phishing schemes.Hax Attacks and Cyber Griffin have been featured on Anderson Cooper's "Anderson Live" and NBC's "Today Show". Besides having fun, you can learn valuable cyber security tips to keep your holiday online shopping safe. Use our "Hackability Meter" to learn about creating secure passwords for all your online activities. Expand
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  1. Nov 26, 2012
    Found this game after playing the original Hax Attacks. only one world instead of 4 but for a free app it was a perfect addition, I really like how its different levels than the full version so there really is a benefit to having both Expand
  2. Nov 26, 2012
    Really great game, especially for being free, actually got me to drop the .99 cents for the main hax attacks. this one is not just a demo version though it has totally different levels all christmas/winter themed. Expand
  3. Nov 23, 2012
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. "Hax Attacks Christmas" is the sequel / spin-off to Cyber Griffin's original "Hax Attacks." Though this holiday installation is shorter than the original, it's also a free, and effectively a must.

    "Haxmas," as the app is named once you download it, takes the "Hax Attacks" universe and adds a Christmas theme to Cyberspace. Though the developers were surely being tongue-and-cheek at times with the villain flying around in a cyber-sleigh among candy cane gingerbread landscapes, the artwork IS charming and the game-play engaging none the less. There are some new twists in "Hax Attacks Christmas" not seen in the original. The new buffers can collect and hold your data packets, which can be a good or bad thing depending on when you do it.

    All in all, its fun, free, and will remind you of your favorite Christmas when you were a kid. When you are waiting in line buying presents, or need a quick download to calm down the kids, I give a big recommend to "Hax Attacks Christmas."