Julie's New Year's Night

Play Julie's New Year's Night game and experience a lovely Chinese holiday! Aim and shoot fireballs to light up the lanterns and earn points!

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About Julie's New Year's Night Game

  • Game Type
    Flash
  • Requirements
    Any Browser
  • Supported Devices
    Desktop, Mobile, Tablet
  • Game Resolution
    700 x 500
  • Last Updated
  • Play Count
    4187
  • Vote Count
    103
  • Rating
    91%

Discover the wonders of a Chinese holiday in Julie's New Year's Night game! Julie wants to celebrate the Chinese New Year with her friend Ivy in San Francisco. It is exciting for her to see the lights, the people, the colorful decorations, and the mighty Chinese dragon! But before the celebrations, Julie had a dream about the dragon!

Explore Julie's mind as she dreams of the Chinese dragon and light up all the lanterns for the New Year celebration! You can discover the creature's power as you shoot fire toward the floating Chinese items. It is a tradition to light up lanterns during the New Year holiday, and you can help! Will you be able to decorate the sky with many lanterns?

How to Play

You only need your mouse to play this game. Aim with your cursor and shoot to click fireballs at the lanterns. Try to get as many as possible lit to earn points. You can hit more than one lantern with your fire for extra points.

You have five energy beads to consume throughout the game. If any lantern passes by without being lit, you will lose one of the beads. Your chances are limited, so make sure you light up everything in your way! 

There are bonus yellow lanterns as well. If you light those up, they will offer you extra points for your final high score or an energy bead in case you miss any. However, if you do not shoot the yellow lantern and it passes by, it will not cost you an energy bead.

Are you ready to join Julie in her adventurous dream and help turn the Chinese New Year into a light show? Let the holiday begin!