SpongeBob's Truth or Square Wii

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  • Summary: In SpongeBob's Truth or Square, players must journey through memorable SpongeBob locations to find the missing Krabby Patty formula in time for the Krusty Krab's Eleventy Seventh Anniversary. From the Jellyfish Fields to downtown Bikini Bottom, players will run, jump, spin and hammer theirIn SpongeBob's Truth or Square, players must journey through memorable SpongeBob locations to find the missing Krabby Patty formula in time for the Krusty Krab's Eleventy Seventh Anniversary. From the Jellyfish Fields to downtown Bikini Bottom, players will run, jump, spin and hammer their way through 10 challenging levels. Each level will take players back to one of SpongeBob’s happy moments from the show, such as when he becomes a fry cook, gets into the Salty Spittoon or meets Sandy for the first time. Equipped with special morphing abilities, players can transform SpongeBob into bizarre objects, such as the Spatula Slam, Propeller Spin and Sledgehammer Smash, to help him conquer treacherous obstacles and legions of Plankton’s robots. Players will also be able to soak up water, hose down enemies, and jump into a bubble gum fling as they navigate their way through an obstacle course of traps. In two-player co-op mode, friends will be able to join in on the action and control Plankton to help SpongeBob solve puzzles, unlock new pathways and defeat super-powered creatures. [THQ] Expand
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  1. Dec 19, 2010
    9
    An almost exceptional game. However occasional difficulty spikes,and only around 8 hrs. of game play spoil a otherwise perfect game for kids.An almost exceptional game. However occasional difficulty spikes,and only around 8 hrs. of game play spoil a otherwise perfect game for kids. One example being how there is only 10 levels, each level only taking an hour or, so to beat. I was hoping for at least 15 levels. Near the middle of the game the difficulty reaches a higher than suspected point catching you off guard a little. Expand
  2. Nov 29, 2014
    6
    This game sucks...a lot...I hate it. Maybe I should explain why...yea that seems like something to make my point sound good. I beat this gameThis game sucks...a lot...I hate it. Maybe I should explain why...yea that seems like something to make my point sound good. I beat this game 3 times as a kid, and from that point forward I never played it again until one day I decided to find out if it really was that bad...it was...okay, maybe I'm not being to fair. This game isn't terrible, the power-ups are interesting, the game itself is playable, and it has some unique game mechanics that can keep you interested, it's real downfall, that made this game one of my least favorite of all time, is the dialogue, every thing that Sponge-bob, Patrick, sandy, and every other character in this game says, makes me cringe.The terrible dialogue, single handedly made me not touch this game for 3 years, but it doesn't seem fair to give this game a one, for the abysmal dialogue. because other than that, it's a really good game. Expand
  3. Nov 11, 2014
    2
    PROS
    -Simple and easy to catch on to
    CONS -Bad graphics -Extremely Boring -Levels unbelievably long and tiring -If you quit then
    PROS
    -Simple and easy to catch on to

    CONS
    -Bad graphics
    -Extremely Boring
    -Levels unbelievably long and tiring
    -If you quit then nothing saves until you beat the 1hr and 30min long level
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