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Download Snowman in Hell v2.11 (232 MB).

Snowman in Hell v2.11 for Windows

File Summary

File Snowman in Hell
Version 2.11
File size 232 MB
Release date December 20
Release year 2011
Type Video game
Platform Windows
License Freeware

Game Summary

Developer Miska Natunen, Miikka Junnila & Co.
Publisher Miska Natunen, Miikka Junnila & Co.
Original release date
Original release year 2004
Genre Platformer
Subgenre Puzzle
Series [[:Finnish games:|]]
Article Snowman in Hell
Website {{{Website}}}


Snowman in Hell Gameplay screen.jpg
Snowman in Hell Main menu.jpg

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Version 2.11

Table of Contents

2.Recommended Minimum System Configuration
3.Download and Installation
4.Starting the Game
5.How to Play
6.Tips & Tricks
7.Project Background
10.Version History

1. Introduction

Hell is no place for a snowman - but some days are worse
than others. 
You start a desperate journey through the perils of evil
and treachery. Listening to the voice of a murdered man
inside your head, you begin to realize that your fortune
is bound to the souls burning in the eternal flames. 

Snowman in Hell is a game of both hectic platform action
and sophisticated puzzles. It’s also an epic horror
story about a snowman with nothing to lose, inspired by
Dante’s Inferno. 

Snowman in Hell features unexpected style combinations,
graphics & animation made of clay and garbage,
para-realistic simulation of physics, and a delicately
grotesque soundscape, creating an intellectual, yet
brutal gaming experience for people with no sense of

2. Recommended Minimum System Configuration

- Microsoft Windows operating system
- True color display with 1024x768 screen resolution
- 512 MB RAM
- 2.4 GHz CPU

3. Download and Installation

1. Click on the Download Snowman in Hell link to
   download the file "snowman_v211.exe".
2. Following your browser's instructions, save the file
   to your hard disk.
3. When the file has finished downloading, go to the
   folder where you saved the file, and double-click on
4. Click on "Yes" to start extracting the setup files -
   this may take a few minutes.
5. Wait until the Snowman in Hell Setup screen appears,
   then follow the on-screen instructions to install the

4. Starting the Game

Depending on which installation options you selected,
you may find the “Snowman in Hell” icon on your Deskop,
on your Quick-Launch Bar or in your Start Menu. Click or
double-click on the icon to start the game.
Alternatively, you can also navigate into the folder
where you installed the game, and double-click on

5. How to Play

Use the keys described below to move around in the game.
Use the mouse to navigate through the main menu.

<LEFT>	Move left
<RIGHT>	Move right
<UP>	Jump
<DOWN>	Pick up / Drop
<SPACE>	Kick / Throw / Skip cutscenes
<G>	Get snow from the tortured snowmen
<Q>	Quit the game

6. Tips & Tricks

– Keep pushing the < UP > key down to jump higher. Jump
  while you’re running to leap farther. 
– Avoid all the hot stuff, it makes you melt, and
  eventually die. 
– Try using your head as a weapon – kick or throw it at
  monsters and obstacles. 
– Your head is not the only object you can kick or pick
  up – experiment! 
– Try to reach the gate that is located on the far end
  of each level. But don’t forget your head! 
– To get snow into your body as well as your head, hit
  < G > while jumping over a tortured snowman.
– If you get stuck, pay attention to Vergilius (the guy
  hanging around inside your head) – he sometimes has an
  idea on how to get forward.

7. Project Background

The Snowman in Hell project was started during the
course “Creating Narration for 2D Games” in 2003 at the
Universty of Art and Design Helsinki by four Media Lab
students: Miikka Junnila, Janne Kaasalainen, Miska
Natunen and Jürgen Scheible. The project was further
developed in the context of the Interactive Audiovisual
Narration Production Period of 2004. At this time the
group was also reinforced with Tanja Bastamow, a new
member from the School of Motion Picture, Television and
Production Design. As of the fall of 2004, the work with
the project still continues to support its authors'
professional and artistic interests as well as the sheer
delight of creating and experimenting.

8. Credits

Miikka Junnila
Janne Kaasalainen
Miska Natunen
Jürgen Scheible

Miikka Junnila

Miska Natunen

Tanja Bastamow
Janne Kaasalainen

Miikka Junnila

Tanja Bastamow
Miikka Junnila
Janne Kaasalainen

Tanja Bastamow
Miikka Junnila
Janne Kaasalainen

Jürgen Scheible

Pipsa Asiala/Media Lab

Tuukka Jukola
Tanja Bastamow
Jürgen Scheible
Miikka Junnila
and Snowman as Himself

Teijo Pellinen, Tapio Schultz, Maureen Thomas, Rasmus
Vuori, Media Lab, School of Motion Picture, TV and
Production Design & Lume staff

Produced in 2004 at the University of Art and Design
Helsinki Media Lab School of Motion Picture, TV and
Production Design

9. Contact

For more information, please check out the Snowman
website at

or send e-mail to Miikka Junnila, miikka.junn***

10. Version History

Version 2.11
- Minor bugfixes

Version 2.1
- First released version

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