Summary: I bought this for my daughters 10th birthday. It is similar to Mario games. It is a bit challenging but not too hard that she has given up. The only she doesn't like, is if you die you have to go all the way back to the first level to try again. Even if you pass 4 of the 10 levels, and die in level 5, you have to start all the over at level 1. It does not save your game after each level. Other than that, she has truly enjoyed playing it.
Summary: i love this game it is hard to get through the levels which i like i don't like easy games and i love garfield so of course i love this game. garfield gets a letter from prince to join him at the castle for lunch well you have lots of opticals to go through just to get there!!!
Decent game, but not the best Garfield game out there.
C. Rogers, Amazon
6 December 2007
Summary: This isn't a bad game, but it is slightly unrealistic for being a Garfield game. Garfield jumps and runs more then you would think the fat, lasagna loving cat would. I am 22 and I still enjoyed playing this game. I think anyone who enjoys Garfield will enjoy playing this game. It is a little easy to complete, but it is aimed at children.
Summary: The game is a lot of fun but the instructions stink. It took me forever to figure out how to get past the first screen because the controls didn't work. It shows you Garfield's view but no menu and it shows you how the envelope is slipped under the door and the instructions tell you to open the envelope but you can't maneuver Garfield over to the envelope... it just lets you look around the room.
Excerpt: Where to start with this game! it is garfield and he's cute and if you kids love garfield they will love this game. there are lots of levels and as with most games they get more difficult but there are clues on most levels. garfield has to find food as always. my 7 year old found this game very addictive and has got through a lot of the game but is finding the odd level difficult so with a bit of help we are getting through it.