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User Rating: 8.5 | SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab PS2
The game takes place in the dreams of Spongebob Squarepants, Patrick Star and Sheldon Plankton. At the beginning you are in Spongebob’s dream, then Patrick’s then Plankton’s. Each dream is a different level, with a total of 6 levels with a final level and at one point all of the dreams converge into one dream.

The Good:

Although the game is pretty short, you can extend the game play a couple of hours by searching for ‘Sleepy Seeds’ which allow to unlock extras in the final level if you collect all 27 of the Patrick Sleepy Seeds and all 27 of the Plankton Sleepy seeds. The game play isn’t horrible, but some times it can get boring. There are some good jokes that can make you laugh, or at least smile. On some levels the graphics are decent to above average. There are also some really good button mashing parts of the game where you get to take down large amounts of enemies. This is also the first Spongebob game on the PS2 which you get to play as Plankton. The best parts of the game are:
1. When you are Giant Plankton and you get to destroy Bikini Bottom.
2. When you are Super Patrick and you get to take down mass amount of enemies.
3. When you are Sponge flying around in his airplane.

The Bad:

The game is shorter than most of the other Spongebob games. The graphics could have been better, which made this game look a couple years older than it is. On each level there are about 4 or more stages and, unlike Battle for Bikini Bottom, you can’t skip a stage that you already have done. There is no way to know if you have found all of the Sleepy Seeds in one level from the main menu, which can be frustrating. Again, like Battle for Bikini Bottom and Spongebob Squarepants: The Movie, the jokes can be childish, but only some of them. The fact that there is no multiplayer is disappointing. Also, the game feels unfulfilling for some reason…


Overall, the game has about as many good things as bad, the graphics aren’t great and game play can get boring sometimes, but only about 10% of the time. Diehard fans will probably want to buy this game, but everyone else should rent is first.