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With simple single-finger gameplay to take to the air, players navigate Garfield through an ever more perilous series of hazards to complete 45 different missions across 5 wildly varied game worlds. The numerous bonus pickups include riding a giant Odie or strapping on elbow pads for a spot of skateboarding, with the option to purchase coins for extra in-game items. Players can dress up Garfield in all kinds of crazy costumes – including more available to buy in-game – from a spacesuit to a festive Santa outfit. Garfield may not be as tall as Santa, but he’s sure got the girth.
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