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A Christmas Carol

icon We proudly present an interactive Dreamcast E-Book featuring the classic holiday story: "A Christmas Carol".

 

Christmas DCEBook 1


This unique CD Image uses the same text viewer that we used with the Alice In Wonderland project, but it includes so much more. In addition to the classic story in E-Book format, you will also find a Christmas MP3 Jukebox featuring some really nice freeware holiday tunes. You can also listen to a classic radio broadcast of the novel, which originally aired on December 23, 1938.

The scrolling background images used for this release are screenshots from the Oscar-winning animated version of A Christmas Carol from 1971.

Christmas DCEBook 2

Controls

  • Menu
    • D-Pad Up / Down - Browse
    • A - Select
  • E-Book
    • Analog Stick / D-Pad - Scroll Text
    • R Trigger - Chapter Forward
    • L Trigger - Chapter Back
    • Start - Exit to Menu
  • MP3 Jukebox
    • D-Pad Up / Down - Browse
    • A - Play / Open Directory
    • B - Back to Parent Directory
    • X - Stop
    • Y - Reload CD (Disk Swap)
    • Start - Exit to Menu
    • L or R Trigger - Info
Christmas DCEBook 3

About the Book

A Christmas Carol is probably the most popular piece of fiction that Charles Dickens ever wrote. Dickens began work on A Christmas Carol in October of 1843, It was published during the holiday season of that year.

A Christmas Carol was the most successful book of the 1843 holiday season. By Christmas it sold six thousand copies and it continued to be popular into the new year. Eight stage adaptations were in production within two months of the book's publication.

The book is as popular today as it was over 150 years ago. Charles Dickens, through the voice of Scrooge, continues to urge us to honor Christmas in our hearts and try to keep it all the year.

Credits

  • A Christmas Carol: Charles Dickens
  • DC Tonic Files: Dan Potter
  • MP3 Jukebox Files: ADK / Napalm
  • CD Image presented by: The DCEvolution Team

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