The SpongeBob games are a number of different online collections of single-player video games centered around the popular Nickelodeon cartoon show, SpongeBob SquarePants. SpongeBob is a plucky sea sponge who lives in the pineapple under the sea with his best friend Patrick. Together they fight bad SpongeBob day and night. Throughout the years the popularity of the SpongeBob games has soared. In fact, in many parts of the world they are some of the most well-known games on the internet.
SpongeBob games have been manufactured for many years and have often been among the very best selling video games when it comes to computer entertainment. The popularity of the SpongeBob games and characters have spanned generations. SpongeBob is an original cartoon that has had a great influence on many children. The SpongeBob SquarePants franchise has often been amongst the very best selling video games when it comes to computer entertainment.
The SpongeBob Games for the Nintendo DS is extremely popular amongst children of all ages. The SpongeBob games have a number of features that make them unique to this console. As the name suggests, the games are based around the world of SpongeBob and Patrick, the two main characters from the television show. They are often created in such a way as to incorporate aspects of SpongeBob’s home world as well as those of Patrick’s world.
In addition to the SpongeBob games for the Nintendo DS, there are also a number of other related products. The first of these is the SpongeBob: TV Spots game. This is a version of the classic children’s game called Bubble Bob Bobble that is re-created as an interactive game for the DS. The game sees you guiding Patrick around his home while avoiding all the potholes and walls that he meets on his way. The game also includes a number of bubble busters that will blow up once Patrick bumps into them.
If you would prefer to play SpongeBob with the added interactivity of the game on the go then you can purchase the’SpongeBob Mobile Phone’downloadable content for the Nintendo DSi. This accessory includes the game’s main features but also a number of other SpongeBob themed items including: the signature umbrella, the pineapple, a bouquet of daisies, a football, and even a snappy phrase. This means that wherever you may go, your SpongeBob buddies can join you on your next adventure too. When you buy the downloadable content for the Nintendo DSi you will also get access to over 100 SpongeBob games for free, including classic favourites like Beach Panic and Patrick Swayze: Panic at the Leisure Centre.
A special version of SpongeBob for the iPhone and iPod touch has also been released. The game allows you to take on the role of SpongeBob while playing it on your iPhone or iPod Touch. What you must first do is download a copy of SpongeBob and have him pop out of the water. Then you must run and hide from Patrick, jump over the sea crab’s, and cook up some jellyfish. The best bit is that you can now play SpongeBob online using the internet browser of your choice.
The SpongeBob Squarepants game series has received some updates in the last few years. One of these is the extremely popular’Poochy Palms’ game for the PSP. This time around you play as SpongeBob, and this time around you have a variety of different adventure characters to choose from such as Patrick, Squidward, and the Big Bad Wolf! In addition to the exciting new additions mentioned above, there are also a couple of older games that you can play.
The newest version of SpongeBob for the Windows is called the ‘The SpongeBob Adventure’ game. As well as featuring all of the new additions from the previous versions, this version also has some extra features that weren’t available in the earlier releases. These include a voice over by Patrick Starks (the lead character) as well as many new locations to explore including the Patrick’s Forest and Patrick’s Island. If you own the game on the PS2 or 3, you’ll be able to take this to the next level by converting it to an application. This will allow you to play the game on your Windows PC as well as the more popular PSP and Xbox consoles.