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  • Summary: FINALLY fans of SpongeBob can interact with SpongeBob's world like never before! Customize your game as you puzzle, race, platform and fight your way through to defeat "DoodleBob". Side-scrolling platforming action. Explore unique worlds that have their own special mechanics and goals. Over 20 levels, each with their own specific objective(s) that you need to complete before you can advance to the next stage. The action increases as you complete the objectives and conquer the levels. Puzzle, race, platform and fight your way through the game! Draw your own original character and control it. [THQ] Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 12
  2. Negative: 1 out of 12
  1. Although it's based on an idea we've seen before, the use of SpongeBob gives it a much broader appeal and the gameplay here seems slightly more refined.
  2. 80
    Although Drawn to Life: SpongeBob Squarepants Edition is a great game for fans of the little yellow sponge, we feel it could alienate older gamers who enjoyed the premier release of the Drawn to Life series.
  3. I definitely enjoyed Drawn to Life: SpongeBob SquarePants, and it's probably the best SpongeBob SquarePants game we've seen in the past few years.
  4. 70
    Some youngsters might get impatient with stopping the action to draw every little nick-nack in the game (which requires a lot of sheathing and unsheathing the stylus), but those with an artistic flair will have a great time.
  5. The game's 20 levels (including vehicle chases) give you plenty of play, but the reason to pick it up is to flex your creative muscles. [Nov 2008, p.104]
  6. Drawn to Life: SpongeBob SquarePants Edition is easily the lesser of the two different versions of the game. It ditches some of what makes Drawn to Life so enjoyable, in favor of pandering to the kiddy crowd. The move is successful – any young SpongeBob fan is going to love this title – yet most gamers should do themselves a favor and just go with the original.
  7. 42
    The game's run-and-bop antics unfold in the charming SpongeBob universe, but the portrayal of the characters falls flat and feels like a joke that never reaches the punch line.

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  1. Nov 9, 2011
    7
    The use of the Spongebob universe with Drawn to Life elements is well executed, even if it has been done before. You draw your own character and help Spongebob and his friends stop an evil drawn version of Spongebob from taking over Bikini Bottom. Expand