Garfield: The Search for Pooky is a 2005 video game released for the Game Boy Advance. It was developed by Danish company Interactive Visino and published by The Game Factory.
One night when Garfield is sleeping, three mice come and steal Garfield's beloved teddy bear, Pooky. The next morning, when Garfield finds out that Pooky is missing, he sets out to find out what happened to Pooky and get him back.
During the game, players control Garfield in a side-scrolling platform adventure through familiar locations, as well as interact with characters from the comic strip and shows. Players must navigate him through each level, collecting food and power ups along the way. A few levels end with boss fights.
Some of the sprites have been taken from actual strips, thus showing numerous goofs. One notable messup is that the sprite of Jon's mother is about the same size as the Garfield sprite.