Although it plays like gazillions of other platformers, the general feel of the game remains unique and joyful. The Christmas theme could have been better expressed through the graphics, but it is still quite fun to jump and run through the game and hum along with the cheery music. A negative side about it being seasonal is that it just doesn't fit as well during summer, but hey, that's just something that has to be the way it is. I think they could have put more time into making this game more original, harder and pretty-looking. Being as decent as it still is, Daze Before Christmas doesn't annoy me with bad hit detection or poor jumping dynamics which is so common in platformers. So it is suitable to pick up and play at least once per year, even though its company sibling Panorama Cotton undoubtly remains as the favourite rarity and should be the premier choice for all the collectors out there.