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Video Game Christmas Cards


Cards featuring cute penguins and snowy robins are all well and good, but what do you send the discerning gamer at this festive time of year? A person whose only thoughts are of what new first person shooter Santa will deliver, before spending Christmas day taking people out at close range.

Fortunately, help is at hand, with the arrival of these brilliant game-themed Christmas cards designed by Dean Walton, aka Mr Shabba. Packs of 10, featuring a variety of classic gaming figures, are available from GamerPrint right now, so don't delay and invest in these festive treats. See if you can work out what they all are - answers are at the bottom.

Check out more of Mr Shabba's work at his Facebook Page.

Images: Mr Shabba











1. Ezio (Assassin's Creed), 2. Glados (Portal), 3. Mario, 4. Master Chief (Halo), 5. Pikachu (Pokémon), 6. Sackboy (LittleBigPlanet), 7. Samus (Metroid), 8. Snake, 9. Sonic, 10. Zelda



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