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Happy Holidays - The Christmas Game

I have a gift for you that was given to me by member JSutton a few weeks ago that I'd forgotten about until now...

Remember the Happy Holidays game that was given to LEGO employees last Christmas, and consequently hard to get hold of (unless you are an employee of course)? As far as I know, instructions for building and playing the game have not been been made available anywhere, but now, JSutton has reverse-engineered it and produced pictorial and written instructions, which you can now download exclusively from Brickset.

You probably have most parts in your collection so get building and have some seasonal fun with friends and family!

(Thanks James!)

9 comments on this article

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By in Germany,

LEGO DO care about their employees! They all get a FREE set! :P Hang on though, how did JSutton get the rules for playing the game?! :P

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By in United States,

Whoa that's a cool tree...

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By in United Kingdom,

Nice one James

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By in New Zealand,

one of them should have a red nose

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By in Canada,

Um why doesn't LEGO sell this?.... It'd be a big hit and a big seller.

Of course LEGO does seem to do a lot of dumb stuff :/

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By in United States,

Man, I love that tree! Where can I find me a glowing starfish? :)
Nightshroud: Probably because Lego want's to give their employees a nice little game to take home, and possibly play with their family.
Alemas: He's a Lego employee, right?

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By in United Kingdom,

Thanks James, this look really good! I'll have to go through my collection and build it for Christmas.
But why is there a toilet roll lodged between the top of the tree and the star? Looks like the shifty character is putting his master plan into action :P

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By in United States,

BrickBob: XD Good one!
I sure hope I can find all the parts, looks like a cool game.

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By in United Kingdom,

Thanks everyone - Merry Christmas!
itsaturkey: Sadly not, just a fan
Alemas: I stumbled across them elsewhere on the web and it prompted me to reverse-engineer the instructions to make the game for my daughters to play this coming Christmas.

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