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Patrick! The Game is a board game created by Patrick and a major plot element of the episode of the same name. It later makes a cameo in the episode "Plankton Gets the Boot."


Patrick uses a numerous amount of board games, including Apologies!, Battling Robo-Tops, The Game of Misery, Grab 'Em Twigs, Bottomopoly, Sea Snakes and Ladders, Secret Date, World Take Over, Battle Boats, Surgery, Brain Trivia, Rat Catcher, Birdiecheesi, Cavityland, Slot Car Race Set, and Starving Starving Sea Stars, to make Patrick! The Game by cutting, gluing, taping them together, and bringing it to life in a Frankenstein style. The shape of the game is shown to be roughly the shape of Patrick.

List of rules

  • If a player is in jail, they have to stay in there until they roll a 6 or someone says their name. The former of these, however, has no purpose, as a player may not roll when they are in jail.
  • If a person declares "outsidies," all players must go outside.
  • No player may declare themselves the automatic winner.

Role in series

"Patrick! The Game"

SpongeBob and Patrick are playing Certified Public Accountant, but they think the game is too boring, so Patrick decides to invent his own game. First, he decides to create games such as Tic-Tac, Rock Paper Butter, and Whose Rope is Longer?, and asks Squidward to test out his games. All of these games turn out to be failures.

He then decides to go ask Sandy for advice, and she suggests using elements from other games he likes and begins to start researching. Thus, Patrick! The Game is created. However, the game is destroyed by Squidward, due to his anger about losing it and that the game made no sense to him.

"Plankton Gets the Boot"

It can be seen among a pile of other board games in SpongeBob's house when he and Plankton are watching a movie in the living room.


  • This game contains elements from real-world board games, such as Monopoly and Operation, among others.
  • At the end of the episode, it says the game is for ages 6 and under and may cause brain damage.
  • Though the rules of Patrick! The Game state that no player may roll while in jail, Monopoly the game of which it is based on requires the player to roll a double to get out of jail.

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