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Charles Sanders
Charles Sanders

Garfield Kart Furious Racing



@scully1888 What have you done to deserve the 'honour' of reviewing three terrible kart racing games in a matter of weeks? At least it means we get more of your excellent and punbelievably funny reviews, so it's not all bad. I've been reading your critiques of games since the ONM days and for me, you're one of the best in the business.




Garfield Kart Furious Racing


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Garfield Kart is a kart racing game published by Microids and developed by Artefacts Studio [fr]. The game is based on The Garfield Show, which is based on the American comic strip Garfield. Garfield creator Jim Davis was executive producer. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, Macintosh and Nintendo 3DS, iOS, and Android.


Garfield Kart is a kart racing game similar to the Mario Kart series. The player can compete on various tracks, collect items, and power-ups which interfere with the other racers. Players can also customize their vehicles and play online, though the online feature is only available on Windows and is currently in beta.[1][2] The player can choose 8 characters, but only Garfield and Jon are available at first, with the others having to be unlocked. There are daily challenges the player can complete, which will give them options to customize their vehicle.


Similar to other kart racing games (like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled), during each race in Garfield Kart: Furious Racing, you can pick up special boosters and weapons that allow you to mess with your opponents or give yourself an advantage. For instance, lasagna gives you a temporary speed boost, while things like pies and springs can be placed on the track as obstacles for your opponents (and you) to avoid.


Garfield, the famous lasagna-loving Cat is back to take on Jon, Odie, and company in a no-holds-barred racing game! Choose your character and kart according to their characteristics and your driving style, get off the starting line first, and control skids to outrun your opponents. Use crazy bonus objects, like the pillow or the magic wand, to gain an edge and get over the finishing line first. Are you lazy like Garfield? Take shortcuts to overtake the other racers with the spring! Race your friends in local or online modes, with up to eight players on 16 iconic circuits from the world of Garfield.


Garfield Kart is go-kart racing game which bears many similarities to Nintendo's Mario Kart series. Following the its release on the 3DS and the Steam store in 2015, the game was widely mocked online for its unimaginative gameplay, low production value and poorly designed mechanics.


On November 7th, 2013, Garfield Kart was released for the PC, Mac, iOS and Android platforms. Developed by Artefacts Studios and published by Microids, in the game, the player controls one of many characters from the Garfield franchise while racing go-kart vehicles around various tracks. In the summer of 2015, the game was released on Steam[4] and on the Nintendo 3DS.


On December 22nd, 2015, the /r/steamsaledetectives[3] subreddit was launched for investigations into rumors regarding the 2015 Winter Steam Sale. On December 31st, Destructoid[2] reported that Valve had hidden a new alternate reality game (ARG) within the sale. After a /r/steamsaledetective user joked that Valve hid secrets within the game Garfield Kart, many began joking that it was the key to solving the sale's ARG.[5] On January 2nd, 2016, the /r/dankgarfieldkartmemes[6] subreddit was created. The following day, the Garfield Kart Wiki[1] was created in reference to the Steam sale joke. 041b061a72


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