This is a Christmas choose your own adventure story game based on the Haunted House game someone made (I'll link in the inspired by).
Santa is getting ready to deliver presents on Christmas Eve. He must make choices throughout the night to make sure he delivers presents to each continent before sunrise.
I usually play as a whole class and have students vote for each choice by raising their hands and taking the majority. I start the class with 6 hours (you can do more or less to change the difficulty). If I remember correctly, there are about 11 opportunities to lose time if you play all the way through.
There are green arrows in the corner of most slides which will take you to the next part of the story. After you finish the first 4 pre-story scenarios, it will take you to the map screen. You can choose any of the houses (and the penguin for Antarctica) to start the storylines for each continent. There are transitions on some slides. You will usually know all of the transitions have played out when either "-1 hour" or "Time OK" appears and then it's okay to click the green arrow. If there is no green arrow, just click the slide like normal and it will take you to the next slide.
After each continent storyline, it will take you back to the map so you can play through each continent storyline in any order. If you get down to zero hours, click the red arrow on the map screen to go to the losing slide. If you get through every continent storyline without getting to zero hours, press the green arrow on the map screen to go to the winning slide.
Since I live in Nagasaki, I made the Asia storyline pass through Nagasaki, but feel free to change this to your area or delete it (but be careful not to mess with the slide order because it can affect the slide links).
I made this on Google Slides, so I apologize to anyone that this may inconvenience. Below is the link. You can save a copy to your own Drive if you want to make changes:
Below is the story document to follow along with out loud. Some of the grammar might be a bit hard and admittedly I just wrote some things to match my humor regardless of level. Usually I translate the harder stuff or my JTE helps. I also repeat things a lot and change to simpler language if they're struggling so feel free to adjust how you like.
I'm not the most skilled at creating PPT, so at times the formatting is pretty messy, but I was inspired by many of the talented people on here. I had a lot of fun making this and my kids enjoyed playing it. I hope more people can enjoy it too!!