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Spongebob Creature from the Krusty Krab 


The WMG spent a little extra time on this game due to how controversial SpongeBob is. The WMG really knew very little about SpongeBob before playing this game. It seems to be a strange world at the bottom of the sea where they call their town Bikini Bottom. It is unknown if this is a reference to an adult theme. The Gameboy Advanced version of SpongeBob Creature from the Krusty Krab has some really varied gameplay. There are item collection, flying, smashing everything, fighting, and avoiding enemies levels. SpongeBob, Patrick, and Plankton are all playable characters, with specific theme based levels. The start of each level explains the controls, which is very important since the controls change from level to level. The boss levels are some of the most fascinating, and thought provoking.

The graphics in SpongeBob Creature from the Krusty Krab range from bright and colorful to drab in some levels. The details of the characters is nicely done for a GBA game. The artwork is better than expected, at least better than the WMG has expected; especially when compared to the other versions of this game. There are some graphics of violence, and the Plankton levels have a lot of smashing, shooting, and destroying of the army, buildings, etc. There were no offensive images that the WMG came across while playing this game.

The most surprising aspect of SpongeBob Creature from the Krusty Krab is how good the music is (editor: at least to the Working Man Gamer). It is very cheerful, and majestic. The sounds are all very crisp, and clear. The special effect sounds enhance the gameplay in quite a nice manner. There are sounds of blasting as there are shooting levels, and buildings being destroyed.

SpongeBob Creature from the Krusty Krab has quite a few hidden mini games that are spread throughout many of the levels of the game. These mini arcade style games range from fun to confusing. The length of this game will keep most gamers busy for a couple of days. Only one player can play this game at a time. The main drawback to this game is the brown things that slow, and hurt the player. In the Working Man Gamer’s humble opinion SpongeBob Creature from the Krusty Krab is worth your hard earned dollars.

As previously mentioned the gameplay in SpongeBob Creature from the Krusty Krab is varied. A few of the levels take a little bit to figure out the controls, but they always work quite well. The design of the levels works really well, especially the flying ones. The designs of the bosses are obviously very well thought out. The WMG had a lot of fun playing this game, and feels a little weird saying that about a SpongeBob video game.

The storyline is pretty weak in the GBA version of SpongeBob Creature from the Krusty Krab. The different characters are actually dreams from another character that ate a Krusty Krab right before going to bed. It would have been nice if that lesson would have been fleshed out more. This game also teaches to use violence to get your way, and to get revenge on those that attack you. It is great that THQ included some non-violent levels. Sadly they are the exception, not the rule.
- Working Man Gamer


Graphics: 79%
Sound: 91%
Replay/Extras: 87%
Gameplay: 95%
Family Friendly Factor: 73%
System: Gameboy Advance
Publisher: THQ
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Mild Animated Violence}

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