Reviews and Problems with Garfield Lasagna World Tour
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Carol Vesperino "DRAGON LADY", Amazon
18 February 2010
Summary: Bought this for my grandchildren, and we all have fun playing it. There is enough challenge to make it interesting, but not so much that children give up playing. Graphics are cute, voice-overs well done, & situations interesting. Levels progress with lots of laughter from the kids and a few chuckles from the adults. Family time game for kids of all ages.
Summary: You wouldn't think, being a Garfield game, that it would be difficult. The first few levels weren't too bad. Then, I got to about 1/3 of the way through, and the tasks you had to complete were nigh impossible. I tried to get through one level about 25 times, and gave up afterwards. Another disappointment I had, being a big Garfield fan, was the voice for Garfield wasn't very good. I wouldn't have minded Frank Welker or even Bill Murray, who voiced him recently.
Summary: I purchased this for my 7-year-old son. He had recently taken several Garfield movies from the library and immediately wanted this game. I was afraid it would be kinda cheesy or too easy, but he really loves it. There are 10 levels; he's on level 6 as of this date, and he's had the game for 3 weeks. He says the levels are somewhat hard.
Excerpt: Lasagna World Tour de Garfield es un juego bastante curioso y divertido por su argumento y por sus personajes principalmente. Garfield, el gato que mas lasañas come viaja junto al perro Oddie, la otra mascota con la que comparte casa, viajaran por diferentes zonas del mundo resolviendo diferentes pruebas para intentar ser los ganadores de un premio muy especial, tu peso en lasañas, obviamente los que conocereis a Garfield sabreis que este es el mejor premio que se le...