Most adventure games on smartphones are often designed with leveled learning curves to allow the player to get through stages progressively. Garfield's Defense, however, seems to bring back the same hard times that old gamers have experienced during the time of 16-bit screens.
The smooth, seamless motion and color palettes of the game's interface make it seem like you're simply watching an episode of "Garfield." We have even used an Android 3.2 unit, which makes gameplay a lot more fluid (though it can be used on older Android units). The game's mechanics are … Read more