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A Little to the Left Merry Mess Solutions

A Little to the Left is a puzzle game to sort, stack, and organize household items in pleasing arrangements.

The game has over 75 puzzles hidden among everyday objects with multiple solutions.

It also features “The Daily Tidy Delivery,” offering players a unique daily puzzle variation.

A Little to the Left has charming illustrations, atmospheric sound design, and humorous scenarios.

It’s a perfect choice for casual puzzle game fans and those who appreciate well-organized spaces.

In this walkthrough guide, you’ll learn all of the solutions to the Merry Mess Christmas event in A Little to the Left.

  1. Candy canes
  2. Trains
  3. Snowglobes
  4. Presents
  5. Nutcrackers

1. Candy canes

  • Arrange the candy canes from the most white to the most red.

2. Trains

  • Arrange the Christmas crackers until their ribbons line up.
  • A cat will show up and pop a cracker to reveal a train piece.
  • Pop the other crackers and put the train together.

3. Snowglobes

  • There are three solutions to the puzzle as shown above.
  • Solutions 2 and 3 are particular as you have to rotate them perfectly.

4. Presents

  • Connect the patterns of each present.

5. Nutcrackers

  • From shortest to tallest.
  • From the amount of gold baubles (the gold dot on the top of a hat or a point) they have from least to most.
  • The shortest to tallest held item (the shortest is the one not holding anything).
  • Beard length from the shortest to tallest.
  • The gold bands on their boots/legs (shortest/lowest ones to tallest/highest ones).

Further reading

A Little to the Left Trick or Tidy Solutions

How to Solve the Leaves Puzzle in A Little to the Left

How to Solve the Candles Puzzle in A Little to the Left


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