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Gallery: Developer Christmas cards and gifts!

Good news! Your big Christmas holiday is a mere few weeks away. Soon it will be socially acceptable – nay, expected – to pig on a haze of turkey, gravy, roast potatoes, chocolate, beer and wine.

And developers are extending their Xmas cheer with their own lovely unique Christmas cards.

So as a way of saying thank you, we’re going to publish all the cards we receive throughout the holiday season.

Thanks to all that have sent them in, and we’ll update and tweet this page as more come through.

Oh, and Merry Christmas 🙂

Want to send us some Christmas cheer? You can mail us at:

Develop
Saxon House,
6a St Andrew Street,
Hertford,
Hertfordshire,
SG14 1JA
UK

CRYTEK UK

Words cannot describe how hot it would get wearing a Father Christmas outfit on top of a nanosuit. This is their website.

WOOGA

The social gaming lovelies at Wooga have really stepped up with an advent calendar housing some genuinely good chocolate of sizes not insubstantial. We’re told that only the first ten chocolates are free-to-eat HA HA HA HA HA!!! This is their website.

Ninja Theory

Pigsy proves you can still find decent wrapping paper in a post-apocalyptic world. Thanks Ninja Theory! This is their website and this is what they’re working on.

Aardvark Swift

The lovely recruitment guys have send us a handy 2012 calendar, thanks guys! This is their website

Liaison PR

Blimey! Jam, chocolate, biscuits and more from the bloody brilliant guys at Liaison PR. How lovely! This is their website

Various lovely developers!

More cards here from lovely people. Sorry we’ve been so slow updating the article, have had loads on!

Merry Christmas one and all!

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