Our next app – Advent Calendar

In the middle of the autumn, we created a winter tale – the Advent Calendar game app.

It is thought that in the 17th century German people already tended to count the days till Christmas. They chalked little lines on the doors and walls and then erased them one by one every day, or just lit candles and hung some religious pictures on the walls. By the 19th century, that tradition had already been widespread.

The first Advent Calendar for children as we know it now (some windows with numbers and some small gifts hidden behind them) was made by hand in the middle of the 19th century. In 50 years, the first printed Advent Calendar was published. It consisted of 24 colored pictures attached to a piece of cardboard. That calendar was made by Gerhard Lang. On the internet, one can often find the legend about how his mother made a calendar for him when he was a child: little Gerhard wanted to know exactly how many days were left till Christmas. Perhaps, it was really like that.

Today, this tradition has spread all over the world and gained huge popularity. Both children and adults love getting gifts for Christmas.

This year, we’re also going to give some gifts with the help of our Advent Calendar)
This is our first app of this type, and we hope you will definitely like it.
There is a burning fireplace and a ticking clock there, the snow falls off the fir-trees because of a thrown snowball, and one can grow the carrot for Rudolph in a flowerpot.
So, let’s start waiting for Christmas!)

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