First of all, this is not a long game. It is, however, entertaining for the content it does have. If you've ever heard the Weird Al song "The Night Santa Went Crazy," this videogame explores the aftermath.
Based on the Viscera Cleanup Detail series of games, instead of being set in a typical video game world ("Space Janitors!"), this one takes place in Santa's Workshop, where you play the one elf who appears to have stayed home the night before. The rest your fellow toymakers can be found strewn about the workshop in various pieces. Santa's Rampage has left no survivors, (no, not even the reindeer), and it's up to you to clean up the mess.
Your job here is to mop up the spills and smears of blood, pick up and dispose of any inappropriate objects and generally return the workshop to it's original state, as much as possible, given that at least one door was blown off its hinges. Gameplay is fairly simple, though sometimes a bit wonky in the controls. You get a mop, a "mess detector" and a pair of gloves. You can also pick up buckets of water or biohazard bins to help in the cleanup. You use the mop to wipe up the mess, then dunk the dirty mop into a clean bucket of water, cleaning the mop, but eventually dirtying the water. Disposal of waste is handled in the most efficient manner possible: the fireplace, of course, Care must be taken because some objects are more volatile than others, and disposing of them in the fireplace can be hazardous to your health. But a steady hand, and lots of patience will see you through the game.
It's not high entertainment by any stretch of the imagination, but for an hour or so of laughing every time you pick up a mangled elf corpse ("Fritz! He killed Fritz! That lousy, stinking, pot-bellied slave-driver! That despicable animal toy-monger!"), nothing beats Santa's Rampage.