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From 1992: Sierra’s VGA Christmas Card “Season’s Greetings”

Yesterday we traveled back in time to 1986 to watch Sierra’s Christmas Card showcase of animation and music (From 1986 – Sierra’s “A Computer Christmas”).  Today it’s time to see what 6 years of technological advancement has wrought, as we arrive in 1992 to view Sierra On-Line’s “Season’s Greetings” electronic Christmas Card, complete with 256-color VGA graphics. Enjoy!

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