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Nicktoons Battle for Volcano Island 


The Gameboy Advance (GBA) version of Nicktoons Battle for Volcano Island is most definitely the longest. Length however does not always equate to the best version. The nine heroes are sucked into a weird dimension to stop the evil Mawgu. Mawgu is drawing energy from all these different dimensions. SpongeBob, Danny Phantom, Timmy Turner, and Patrick Star are all playable in this version of the game. The design of this game has the player swapping the different characters to get passed certain obstacles. Each of the four different playable characters have special skills suited for certain areas. There is very little story telling in this game. Each game level contains a certain item that the player needs to collect. Getting a certain number of items opens up a gate for more levels. There are specific levels where new characters, or skill upgrades are found, and then three normal levels.

Graphically Nicktoons Battle for Volcano Island GBA is okay. Most of the graphics are pretty bright and colorful. Many of the graphics are re-used heavily, and the details exhibit that. Certain characters like Patrick run around in their underwear, which we know will be offensive to many of our readers. The artwork in this game is interesting, but honestly some of the backgrounds made little sense.

The sounds in Nicktoons Battle for Volcano Island are a little below average in my humble opinion. The sounds are usually crisp and clear. The music is okay, but did not affect me in a positive or negative way. The main problem with the music is it repeats pretty quickly, and really passes along the repetitive nature of this game. The sound effects used when the player takes a hit grated upon my nerves. There were no profane sounds that I came across.

There are a lot of levels in Nicktoons Battle for Volcano Island. This game will keep most players busy for quite a few hours. Players can replay levels if they want to collect all of the golden hearts, but aside from that, there is no reason to replay it. Only one player can play this game at a time. If you like playing the same kinds of levels over and over again, then this game is worth your hard earned dollars. To me, the repetitive nature made the length of this game a nail in the coffin.

The controls are almost always quick and responsive. The set up of the controls works beautifully. The designs of the levels is brilliant in many desires. Unfortunately the nature of the levels makes this game completely mind numbingly repetitive. There was also a problem with the game locking up in the exact same place for some odd reason. I eventually found a way to get around that bug.

The story is very well told in the other versions, but the GBA version of Nicktoons Battle for Volcano Island mainly skirts on the story. It is really nice that the different characters are concerned for one another, and help each other out of jams. It is annoying that they think so poorly of the authority figure in the way of the crab. This is a game that I honestly never want to see again, and really do not need to see any sequels to. The other versions are much better.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 78%
Replay/Extras: 79%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%
System: Gameboy Advance
Publisher: THQ
'E' for Everyone
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