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. It took me about 4 hours to beat, but I wasn't really digging into the levels and collecting/finding everything there was to lcoate. The mini-games didn't hold my attention for long - the perspective is kind of weird.
Summary: It's a really fun game with good graphics and levels, but in the end, there isnt anything to do. All you can do is open up a new folder and start over. But that itself isn't too bad. I would normally rate it five stars, but I like really hard games so I would say that if you like games that are easy but then challenging, this is the game for you.
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. Think Pitfall from the old Atari games (if you're old enough to remember it) with a sprinkling of puzzle solving and you'll get the gist of what this game is about.
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. When I first started playing, I thought the game was a bit too easy but as you progress, like any game, it gets harder. It actually started to get really tough when I started level 3.2.
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. There are 4 different worlds to roam through and find the 4 pieces of alarm clock that will wake Garfield up from this nightmare world. It is easy enough to figure out and doesn't grow old quick.
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. - Easy to master movements, but the game does not become repetative or simple. - This game actually requires some skills and co-ordination and definately some attention to timing those jumps.
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. Also, sometimes when you try to jump to avoid danger nothing happens. I believe that there's no way this game can be beaten.