Right, I don’t care that Garfield’s Wild Ride is “just another endless runner”… it has Garfield! When I was a wee tyke, I had Garfield everything.
In Garfield’s dreams, he can fly. Simply click to take off and release to descend, as you avoid obstacles and enemies to clear the various levels. On your way, collect coins and lasagna to help Garfield. Customize Garfield with fun accessories and add power-ups, and dive into this colorful cartoon world that everybody can enjoy. Featuring an original adventure straight from Garfield’s world, 45 missions to clear across three different worlds, and numerous items and power-ups, you will soar to great heights in Garfield’s Wild Ride.
Garfield’s Wild Ride comes with one theme installed, The Street. You can purchase extra themes with currency collected within the game but the cheapest theme (Jungle) is 100k coins. Even if you use the coin doubler (which of course, costs money), you’ll be lucky to average more than 400-500 coins a game, so you’d be back in nappies before you were able to unlock said theme. Then there’s the Island theme… a whopping 500k.
Of course you can outright pay for these items by buying extra coins, but you’ll be spending in the tens of dollars. Personally, I think it’s a little greedy and most people will simply make do with the default theme, which is a shame.
You can also upgrade your power-ups, and at first it’s relatively affordable, but as they level up the upgrade prices increase exponentially. On top of the themes and power-ups are a gazillion different options for costumes and head gear, as well as special effects like rainbows that appear to emit from Garfield’s bottom. There are also eleven different golden Garfield trophies that can be bought with the slices of lasagne collected during the game. All of these extras are utterly useless but fun nonetheless.
Maybe you will like