Reviews and Problems with Garfield's Nightmare
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7 December 2010
Summary: This game was more fun than I anticipated! It's a lot like the Mario-type games, but a bit easier - thank goodness, because I'm not very good at these types of games. The game is very true to Garfield - collecting food instead of coins is cute.
Summary: This is not exactly a thinking game (although occasionally you need to think your way thru a level), but it is a great game that will keep you entertained for a while. The graphics are good but not great, but the entertainment value of the game more than makes up for it.
Summary: This is a really fun game! It's a side scrolling game that use's no stylus (except in some of the mini games). I bought this game because it was said to be like the Mario games and there was no stylus involved except in certain area's and well it's true.
Summary: This is an old school type of game that keeps my kids attention even if it is 2D. It reminded me of the ones I used to play growing up but with many more levels and challenges. Garfield runs and jumps his way through the spooky landscape, eating along the way.
Summary: Garfield's Nightmare is a real fun game. It is just kinda hard. I know what to do and everything. It is good for 8 and up. I am 9 years old and i understand it perfectly. If you loose nine lives then you have to start over.
Summary: I have only had this game for a little while but I am enjoying it quite a bit. I am just going to list some of my personal pros and cons. Pros - Interesting and fun worlds each level seems to get harder as you go instead of being random. - It's classic Garfield, how great is that.
Summary: I had fun going through all the levels but I think the boss level on level 4 is rigged against being beaten. In fact I think they start to rig it to take lives on the 4th level. I got taken out when I wasn't even touching anything dangerous. All you had to do was to be near it.