A severe case of over-indulgence before bed leads Garfield to dream so deeply he can't wake up! In order to get out of his on-going nightmare he must piece together his smashed alarm clock, while facing enemies and crazy challanges. Will he ever get back to reality so he can once again eat his beloved lasagne?
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Play through 16 challenging levels to find each of the four alarm clock pieces
Tackle four different 3D, thematic worlds: Haunted Castle, Cloudy Realm, Kitchen Kingdom and Winter Wonderland
Take on tough bosses of the dream world who must be conquered in order to progress
Unlock hidden minigames to win the keys to a mysterious chest at the end of each level. Each mini game uses the Nintendo DS touch screen
Help Garfield maintain his energy level by collecting lots of tasty food throughout the game including donuts and, of course, lasagne
Garfields Nightmare is rated
4.5 out of
Rated 5 out of
Horror IconScariest game of my life! I cannot sleep now! My wife has left me because from the moment I finished it I could not take care of our children due to the fact that I had flashbacks. In result, I was cowering in fear twenty-four-seven. Otherwise, great game. :)
Date published: 2019-07-18
Rated 4 out of
The best Garfield game on DSIf your looking for a nice and VERY beautiful platformer on the DS for your child or even possibly yourself (as long as you dont mind it being easy) then Garfields Nightmare is a very easy recommendation. The first thing you'll notice when starting it up are the absolutely gorgeous graphics. I really like that fact that developer Shin'en didnt skimp out on the graphics "just because" it was Garfield and not some triple A game. Seriously, its one of the best looking games on the DS with fantastic 3D graphics, though its gameplay is strickly 2D. The whole point of the game is getting from point A to point B while avoiding enemies, pitfalls, and hazards on the way. An old school platformer to say the least. There is nothing here new but what it does (i.e. platforming) it does very well done (and keep in mind this was made for children anyway). Controls are very simple with A being your jump button, B is your stomp button, and L and R control the camera movement up and down respectively. One very strange note is the fact that John, Odie, etc are absolutely nowhere in this game. Not a cameo or anything. Other then that its a great childrens game that if given the chance I think adults will get a bit of enjoyment out of it also.
Date published: 2012-02-10
Rated 4 out of
your best fat catThis game is just great but sadly at boss battles you can't fight. My cousin own this game but I played it. This is the one good game that I want. Buy it baby.