1852 - Garfield The Search For Pooky (E)

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    [​IMG][​IMG]1852 - Garfield The Search For Pooky[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Â[​IMG][/p][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]Release Group:Rising SunSave Type:PasswordROM Size:128MbitPublisher:Interactive VisionRegion:EuropeROM Serial:AGB-BGOP-EURLanguage(s):English, Français, Deutsch And Italiano View NFO:Click Here[​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     


  2. Blue_GoD

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    finally garfield for gba [​IMG] i wonder if its crap as it looks like
     
  3. ShadowXP

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    I really do hope he finds Pooky... [​IMG]
     
  4. Lily

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    Yes! Garfield deserves so much more love, he's so overlooked in this era of that stupid yellow sponge, and other cartoon characters that I wish we could all forget about. [​IMG]
     
  5. Bryce

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    lol gonna play this one tonight [​IMG]
     
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    What a fine Christmas pres.. I'm overjoyed..
     
  8. Harsky

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    Phew, thank fuck that this doesn't look like the CG version of Garfield.
     
  9. Dragonlord

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    i'm with Qrayzie here... garfield is not my fav but still better than that nicelodeon children-dumbing cartoons. at last he had style [​IMG]
     
  10. jumpman17

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    What the crap? Is the window on the ground? Is he on the window or in front of it? Why the crap is the window in the middle of the floor?
     
  11. ShadowXP

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    It's the work of Pooky! That's why he has to find him to put everything back to normal! [​IMG]

    ...I think. [​IMG]
     
  12. bandidoquest

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    Garfield r0ckz.
     
  13. DeMoN

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    I think he's stepping on the windowsill.
    And no (U) release of this? Hell, I had no idea they were making a game about Garfield.
    128 Mb too....... o.0
     
  14. Lord Patamon

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    yeah, check the bottom of the bookshelf there are drawers there, like demonstar said above Garfield is stepping on the windowsill
     
  15. Tempest Stormwin

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    Here's something not many of you know: Davis has directly paced Garfield's merchandising in a cunning fashion, to make him popular enough that people know and enjoy him, but not so popular that it would collapse under his own weight. In other words, he deliberately makes everything worse than it can be, just so it can go on for an extended period of time.

    Job security, comic-strip style.

    And I'm with a majority of people here. It's not too great (I actually enjoyed the old animated series and specials that Lorenzo Music voiced far more than the strips), but it's passable, and it blows most of today's American animation/comics out of the water.

    The best comic strip of all time, though, will always be Calvin and Hobbes.

    -Tempest out.-
     
  16. jumpman17

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    But look where the bottom of the windowsill is and draw a line over to the left. Compare that to where the bottom of the wall starts and you see that the window isn't actually on the wall, but in the middle of the room!

    Calvin And Hobbes forever!
     
  17. WeaponXxX

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    While Calvin and Hobbes would be a bad game, it is still one of my favorite strips of all times. I own the first 7 books and look eager to finishing my collection. (Hopefully they are under the tree!)
     
  18. Yukiko

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    Actually, I think that wooden part that people are mistaking to be the floor is actually part of the wall. I've seen that type of wall before, so that might be it. XD

    Though I must say, the perspective on Garfield and the curtain is somewhat awkward. [​IMG]
     
  19. jumpman17

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    Oh! It's Wayne's Coating or however you spell it. My house has that. Okay, it makes since now. The floor isn't even shown in that screenshot. But why the window is cutting into the Wayne's Coating, that's just poor architechual design.
     
  20. Jei

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    Zillions of pixels far away~
    Did you think that the "floor" seen in the picture could be just part of the wall, and the real floor should be a simple line on the ground (full 2d perspective instead of isometric/semi-3d)?
    I think that may be it, even without downloading/playing, just because if you look at the jail and bookshelf, they seem to go way above the bottom of the screen, consequently ending on a entirely and simple 2d-like ground.