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Video game

The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (often simply called The SpongeBob Movie Game) is a SpongeBob SquarePants video game released for five different platforms: the PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox, Game Boy Advance, and PC. The game was first released for Windows and consoles on October 27, 2004. The game is based on the first movie, which itself is based on the main show. The game was released one year after and also plays very similarly to the video game Battle for Bikini Bottom.


Bigger! Better! More Absorbent! Join SpongeBob and Patrick on their most perilous journey ever to where no sea creature has ever returned from. Only you can help them save Mr. Krabs and all of Bikini Bottom from Plankton's dreaded "Plan Z."


Additional Voices (console version)

Additional Voices (PC version)

  • Michael Barnes
  • Bryn Schurman
  • Julia Newby
  • Steve McCormick
  • Joe Abbati
  • Trevor Talbird
  • Mark Bradshaw
  • Rick Daniels
  • David Alt


Console version

The plot is very similar to the film. King Neptune's crown has been stolen by Plankton and SpongeBob and Patrick must retrieve it from where Plankton sold it to Shell City. A few areas in the game are not seen in the film, such as where SpongeBob and Patrick must escape Gooberland (their dreams) by following the Goofy Goober in the Patty Wagon. Much of the locations in the game greatly exaggerate the film's screen time; for example, SpongeBob never had to tour "Planktopolis" in the film, but he does so in the game. And later again to the Krusty Krab 2, in the Patty Wagon. (requiring several Goober Tokens to get it back as this is in their reality, not their dreams)

PC version

The gameplay is similar to that of SpongeBob SquarePants: Lights, Camera, Pants!, and Employee of the Month. The game consists of eight chapters. It mainly follows SpongeBob and Patrick at various locations. It has many gameplay features that are reminiscent of point-and-click adventure games. The eight chapters the PC version contains loosely follow the plot of the film, for example, chapter "Entrenched" does not follow the movie's plot, as well as "Pain in the Back".

Game Boy Advance version

There are six worlds to progress through, plus many bonus levels. Unlike the console versions, there is no save feature; instead, players are given a variety of level passwords as they progress through the game.


There are five versions of the game:

  • The Game Boy Advance version.
  • The console versions on PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube.
  • The PC version.
  • The mobile phone version.
  • The PlayStation 3 Digital Download.

Console versions

There are 18 levels in the game that edge around the storyline of the movie.



  • SpongeBob (the main protagonist): A happy yellow sponge who fry cooks at the Krusty Krab and goes to get King Neptune's crown. His attacks are mostly distance-based. All of his moves have been copied from Battle for Bikini Bottom, but have changed their look, as all of his moves in Battle for Bikini Bottom had a bubble aesthetic. His disadvantage is that some enemies (like the Spinner) are resistant to his attacks. SpongeBob is also physically weaker than Patrick, so in some areas, he may need Patrick to cross.
    • Attacks:
      • Karate Spin: SpongeBob's basic attack in which he uses his red karate gloves to attack. When upgraded, they become metal gloves and can reflect enemy projectiles back at them (Flinger, Popper, and MERV). They also do more damage to enemies, usually making them take one less hit to kill. Basically the Bubble Spin from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
      • Bash: SpongeBob's secondary attack in which he flies into the air and uses a red boxing glove to attack enemies directly above him (Flinger, MERV), push buttons and hit floating crates. When upgraded, it becomes a spiked metal glove that will stick to things and detonate, destroying anything in the explosion range. They also do more damage than the unupgraded variant. It is available when SpongeBob has 5 Goofy Goober tokens. Basically the Bubble Bash from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
      • Sponge Bowl: SpongeBob's third attack in which he rolls a yellow bowling ball that can press buttons, defeat enemies and destroy crates. When upgraded, it becomes a spiked bomb that can destroy nearby things and detonate destroying everything in an explosion range. It is available when SpongeBob has 20 Goofy Goober Tokens. Basically the Bubble Bowl from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
      • Sonic Wave: SpongeBob's long-ranged attack in which he uses a guitar and portable amp to send a wave of energy that can be steered to press far-off buttons, and destroy distant enemies or crates. When upgraded, it becomes SpongeBob's "Goofy Goober Guitar" that sends a wave of energy that can lock on to even further targets, also doing more damage. It can only be used for six seconds and will destroy on impact. It is available when SpongeBob has 40 Goofy Goober Tokens. Essentially the Cruise Bubble from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • Patrick: (deuteragonist), A happy pink starfish and best friend of SpongeBob. His attacks are primarily physical. Patrick's main disadvantage is that he is slower than SpongeBob and some enemies (Flinger, Popper, and MERV) are unaffected and harder for him to defeat. Interestingly, unlike SpongeBob, Patrick's move set was not simply copied from BFBB but has been tweaked to make him much more versatile. This is most likely because the player could also play as Sandy in Battle for Bikini Bottom, so they made up for that by improving and changing Patrick's moves, one of which is actually one of Sandy's moves from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
    • Attacks:
      • Star Spin: Patrick's basic attack in which spins his arms to attack. When upgraded, it is a stronger spin that can reflect enemy projectiles, (Flinger, Popper, Merv) and do more damage to enemies. The Star Spin replaces Patrick's Belly Attack from Battle for Bikini Bottom, which only attacked in one direction.
      • Cartwheel: Patrick's new secondary attack in which he does a fast cartwheel that destroys anything in his path. It can be useful for destroying groups of enemies or making escapes. When upgraded, it resembles an orange comet with a tail and shield that destroys anything that comes too close. Available when Patrick has 2 Goofy Goober Tokens.
      • Smash: Patrick's third move in which he jumps into the air and lands on his butt destroying enemies, particularly ones with a defense on the sides but not from above like Spinners, breaking through floors and pressing buttons on the ground. When upgraded, he lands on his belly, stunning nearby enemies thereby allowing him to pick up and throw them (When he earns the "Throw Move"), as well as doing more damage. Available when Patrick has 10 Goofy Goober Tokens. Similar to his Belly Flop move in Battle for Bikini Bottom.
      • Throw Move: Patrick's long-ranged attack in which he can pick up, carry and throw crates, throw fruits, freezy fruits and stunned enemies (via his "Smash Attack") to press distant buttons, TVs (the level "Shell City, Dead Ahead"), destroy enemies, and (for freezy fruits) freeze water, oil, and lava. When upgraded, he spins around, allowing him to hit even further targets and do more damage. Available when Patrick has 25 Goofy Goober Tokens. Patrick can still use the non-upgraded move by tapping the button. He could do exactly the same thing in Battle for Bikini Bottom.
      • Swing: A move in which Patrick can swing from a floating block of ice with his tongue over large gaps (though it is unable to be used as an actual attack, it is still counted as one). This is what Sandy did in Battle for Bikini Bottom, who could swing from Texas Trailer Hitches with her lasso.


  • Dennis: The game's secondary antagonist, Dennis is a hitman hired by Plankton to kill SpongeBob and Patrick before they get the crown, who grows a personal vendetta against them after they get him stepped on by the Cyclops. He tracks them for most of the game and is the boss of two boss levels. He is the only person in the game who is not voiced by their original actor from the movie. Dennis is voiced by Alec Baldwin in the film, and Fred Tatasciore in the game.
  • Mr. Krabs: A greedy but understandable crab who owns the Krusty Krab. He has a brief but major role in the game, as he is frozen by King Neptune for supposedly stealing his crown and would be executed should the crown not be discovered.
  • Squidward: A lazy, grumpy, octopus who is a cashier at the Krusty Krab. He was chosen over SpongeBob to be the manager of the Krusty Krab 2 and discovers Plankton's plan before anyone else does, but besides that, he has no real impact on the story. He's only in the PC version.
  • Plankton: Mr. Krabs' nemesis, proprietor of the Chum Bucket, and the main antagonist of the game. He frames Mr. Krabs for the theft of the crown, steals his secret formula for the Krabby Patty, and takes over Bikini Bottom using mind control helmets.
  • Karen: The Chum Bucket's main computer system and the one who gives Plankton "Plan Z". She is in the cutscenes of the console version and is able to be talked to in the PC level "Evil Under the Sea".
  • King Neptune: The bald (or "thinning," as he puts it) and somewhat cruel ruler of the sea, he is tricked by Plankton into thinking Mr. Krabs stole his crown and is the final boss.
  • Mindy: King Neptune's kind teenage daughter who helps SpongeBob and Patrick on their adventure to recover her father's crown.
  • Phil: A orange fish who had a Krabby Patty with no cheese.
  • Frogfish: It's a giant monster that tries to eat SpongeBob and Patrick, it was the first boss.
  • Floyd and Lloyd: Two fish who live in the Gas station.
  • Boat jacker: A thug who took the Patty Wagon just like in the movie, and he is also the slammer in the boss arena for “Dennis Strikes Back!”
  • Ice cream lady: It's a tongue that was apart of the Frogfish.
  • Jelly Stinger: A thug who appears in one of the cutscenes.
  • Brown tall fish: A thug who appears in one of the cutscenes.
  • Trench monsters: A group of monsters.
  • The Cyclops: Unintentionally acting as a villain, the Cyclops who captures SpongeBob and Patrick is actually a human man wearing swimming gear who owns a seaside knick-knack shop. The only level he appears in is “Google Eyes and Smelly Knick Knacks,” where he constantly pops up out of nowhere as SpongeBob and Patrick pass by.
  • David Hasselhoff: For no particular reason, the Hoff helps SpongeBob and Patrick get back to Bikini Bottom, and he is also the boss arena for “Dennis Strikes Back!”
  • Sandy: An intelligent Texan squirrel who is friends with SpongeBob and Patrick. Sandy has two lines in the movie and is only seen in the game in "Welcome to Planktopolis... Minions" running on a hamster wheel in the background.
  • Mrs. Puff: A pufferfish who's always losing her temper due to SpongeBob's terrible driving skills. She is mentioned in the game.
  • Gary: SpongeBob's snarky pet snail who is only seen very briefly in the film, but appears in the first level of the PC version.
  • Robo-Patrick: A robotic clone of Patrick who first appears in Battle for Bikini Bottom, The only level he appears in is "Sundae Driving" in a picture frame.


There are four types of levels: Platforming, Driving, Sliding, and Bosses. Platforming levels feature "extra" sub-levels including "Floating Block Challenge", "SpongeBall Challenge", "Sonic Wave Guitar Challenge" and "Combat Arena Challenge". Driving and Sliding levels each have 3 other tasks; two-time challenges and a ring challenge.

The following is a list of levels within the game:

  • No Cheese: The first level in the game. Based on his dream of being promoted manager of the Krusty Krab, SpongeBob is rushing to the Krusty Krab to investigate the situation there.
  • I'm Ready... Depression: Both of them hungover on ice cream, Patrick strolls through Goofy Goober's Ice Cream Party Boat in an attempt to retrieve SpongeBob so they can leave. Mindy grants Patrick his Cartwheel ability when you have 2 Goofy Goober Tokens.
  • Sandwich Driving 101: The beginning of SpongeBob and Patrick's journey to Shell City and the first Patty Wagon level, they drive the Patty Wagon out of Bikini Bottom.
  • Three... Thousand Miles to Shell City: In a vast desert, SpongeBob must destroy Plankton's hypnotizing Radio Towers in order to prevent more fish from becoming his minions. Mindy grants SpongeBob his Bash ability in this level when already collected 4 Goofy Goober Tokens.
  • Rub a Dub Dub, Slip Slide in the Tub: The first Slide level in the game, SpongeBob and Patrick take out the last of Plankton's Radio Towers.
  • Bubble Blowing Baby Hunt: Patrick must traverse through the Thug Tug Bar and obtain the key while avoiding the dangerous thugs. Mindy grants Patrick his Smash ability in this level when already collected 10 Goofy Goober Tokens.
  • No Weenie Parking Anytime: Despite obtaining the key, the gates to the open road are locked, so SpongeBob and Patrick have to drive the Patty Wagon around the bar and obtain the five keys to unlock the gates.
  • I'll Let You Pet Mr. Whiskers: In the first boss level of the game, Patrick must defeat the Frogfish and the Ice cream lady.
  • Rock Slide: Having become men, SpongeBob and Patrick slide down the slopes of the monster trench and reach the bottom while avoiding the monsters.
  • Now That We're Men...: SpongeBob is challenged with traveling through the monstrous trench and getting to the other side alive. Mindy grants SpongeBob his SpongeBowl ability when already collected 20 Goofy Goober Tokens.
  • Shell City, Dead Ahead: In a trashed area of the ocean, Patrick must destroy Plankton's hypnotizing TV's. Mindy grants Patrick his Throw ability in this level when already collected 25 Goofy Goober Tokens.
  • Name's Dennis...: The second boss level of the game, Patrick must battle (and save SpongeBob) from Dennis.
  • Sundae Driving: In a surreal Goofy Goober dream world, SpongeBob and Patrick must follow Goofy Goober, who will lead the way out of Goober Land.
  • Google Eyes and Smelly Knick Knacks: Having reached Shell City, SpongeBob and Patrick finally obtain King Neptune's crown. They slide on the hoses and cables of the gift shop and find a way out while avoiding the Cyclops.
  • Dennis Strikes Back!: SpongeBob must defeat a deformed Dennis in their final confrontation on David Hasselhoff's back.
  • Welcome to Planktopolis... Minions: Having returned to Bikini Bottom thanks to the Hoff, SpongeBob and Patrick find it has been converted into Planktopolis, and SpongeBob must use his Sonic Wave Guitar (which is granted by Mindy in this level when collected 40 Goofy Goober Tokens) to destroy three giant Plankton statues to break his control over the bucketheads.
  • Drive of the Knucklehead-McSpazitron: With a fully repaired Patty Wagon, SpongeBob and Patrick must drive through the dangerous streets of Planktopolis and return Neptune's crown before it's too late. Mindy will magically bring back the Patty Wagon when already collected 50 Goofy Goober Tokens.
  • Turn the Tables on Plankton: In the final boss level of the game, SpongeBob must use King Neptune's own trident against him to free him from Plankton's control.

Bonus Levels

  • Combat Arena Challenge: A giant arena of enemies being spawned by giant Plankton heads on top of Jellyfish Fields plateau. This challenge appears in four levels: "I'm Ready... Depression," "Bubble Blowing Baby Hunt," "Now That We're Men..." and "Welcome To Planktopolis... Minions."
  • Floating Block Challenge: Patrick hops across a set of blocks, trying to reach the goal before time runs out. The blocks may be spinning, rotating, dissolving, bouncy, icy or spiky. This challenge appears in three levels: "Three... Thousand Miles To Shell City", "Now That We're Men..." and "Shell City, Dead Ahead."
  • SpongeBall Challenge: SpongeBob transforms into a ball to roll across a course. The obstacles can include moving blocks, windmills, tunnels, fragile boards, steam blowers, and rotating panels. This challenge appears in four levels: "Three... Thousand Miles To Shell City", "Bubble Blowing Baby Hunt," "Shell City, Dead Ahead" and "Welcome To Planktopolis... Minions."
  • Sonic Wave Guitar Challenge: SpongeBob must fly the Sonic Wave around the level through rings and secret tunnels, trying not to collide with anything. This challenge appears in three levels: "I'm Ready... Depression," "Bubble Blowing Baby Hunt," and "Shell City, Dead Ahead."


  • Goofy Goober Tokens: These are the main items in the game which are needed to learn new techniques from Mindy in order to progress through the levels. The player can earn Goofy Goober Tokens by completing various tasks within the levels and some can only be accessed once SpongeBob and Patrick get certain moves. There are a total of 68 Goofy Goober Tokens in the game, and collecting them all will unlock a bonus cutscene after defeating King Neptune. Goofy Goober Tokens are extremely similar to Battle for Bikini Bottom's Golden Spatulas.
  • Manliness Points: Items that take the form of dumbbells and weights, and collecting them will fill up the Manliness Meter on the upper-right corner of the screen. Once the meter reaches a certain limit, the player will be given the chance to upgrade one of SpongeBob and Patrick's health and techniques. Each Manliness Point has a different value depending on what type of dumbbell one collects. Red ones are worth 1 point, yellow ones are worth 2 points, green ones are worth 5 points, blue ones are worth 10 points, and pink ones are worth 50 points. The player can earn Manliness Points by finding them on the ground, breaking open crates, and defeating enemies. And if the player destroys multiple crates and defeats multiple enemies in a single attack, the player can earn bonus Manliness Points from smash combos. It should be noted however that the value of Manliness Points will drop over time the longer the player stays in the same level, eventually reaching a point where crates, enemies, and combos only give out one Manliness Point each. This is to prevent excessive grinding and prompt the player to proceed to the next level at a steady pace. Manliness Points are extremely similar to Battle for Bikini Bottom's Shiny Objects.
  • Treasure Chests: Items that are often hidden throughout the levels and collecting them will unlock special bonuses in the game. Ranging from artwork, soundbites, cutscenes, costumes, and special game mods. Most are found in hidden spots of the levels while some need to appear by completing a task or puzzle. There are a total of 42 Treasure Chests in the game. Treasure Chests are somewhat similar to Patrick's Socks in Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • Crates: Breakable items that give out Manliness Points. There are five types of crates in the game, and each has a unique perk on how to deal with them.
    • Plan Z Supply Crate: Wooden crates with Plankton's image on them that are often found in stack formations and are the most common type of crate out there. They are the easiest to break open. Similar to the Wood Tiki in Battle for Bikini Bottom.
    • Balloon Box: A box floating in the air on a balloon that can only be destroyed with air-based techniques like SpongeBob's Bash and Patrick's Throw. They can also be used as platforms to cross gaps. Similar to the Floating Tiki in Battle for Bikini Bottom.
    • Plan Z Computer: Computers that can detect SpongeBob and Patrick's presence and disappear when they come to close, only reappearing when they back out a certain distance. They can only be destroyed by an explosion from a Thunder Barrel or long-range techniques like SpongeBob's Sponge-Bowl or Patrick's Throw. Similar to the Shhh Tiki in Battle for Bikini Bottom. However, unlike the Shhh Tiki, the computers will disappear even if SpongeBob sneaks to it.
    • Thunder Barrel: Red barrels that are explosive and once touched, will detonate after a few seconds. The blast wave from the barrels will hurt the player if the player is too close to them and they will destroy any nearby crates and enemies in their vicinity. They can also set off other Thunder Barrels in a chain reaction. Similar to the Thunder Tiki in Battle for Bikini Bottom.
    • Steel Safe: Very hard safes that are invulnerable to normal means of attack and can only be destroyed by an explosion from a Thunder Barrel or upgraded techniques. Their durability also means that they can be used to get to higher inclines by stacking them, and they can sometimes be even more useful for carrying over obstacles than a Throw Fruit. Similar to the Stone Tiki in Battle for Bikini Bottom.


As one plays the game the player will encounter different enemies which have different ways of being defeated.

  • Jellyfish: Jellyfish roam many areas in the sea and can be very aggressive if provoked. They attack the player by stinging the player and are very slow, which gives one the strategy to quickly attack them before they zap the player. Jellyfish were also seen in BFBB (except the PC version). They can hurt the player too, but they aren't too common and the player doesn't get any Shiny Objects for defeating them. Also, there were pink jellyfish and purple jellyfish in Battle for Bikini Bottom, while only the pink ones are in this game.
  • Critter: It is the same as the Jellyfish, except with a bucket helmet.
  • Fogger: The Fogger is a chubby enemy that has incredibly bad breath, of which is their attack. They breathe a cloud of stink that can make you faint and must fade away before it is safe. Foggers are similar to Chomp-Bots from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • Slammer: The Slammer is slim and armed with a hammer like tool and can perform an overhead slam attack, which can knock one out and give the player a headache upon impact, they also create a small shock wave. Slammers are similar to Ham-Mers from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • Flinger: The flinger is an enemy that floats above the ground in a safety float and is immune to spin attacks, and attacks by spitting a glob of goo that, once hit, not only hurts you and makes the ground slippery, if one is to ever dodge, it will leave a puddle that lasts for an amount of time. Of all the Bucketheads, Flinger seems to be the most stupid, due to how it behaves and attacks. Their goo can also be deflected with an upgraded spin attack. Flingers are similar to Slicks in Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • Spinner: An enemy with a guard worm that spins around to attack the player. Spinners are similar to G-Loves from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • Turret: An enemy that hides in a barrel. If one gets close to it, it will pop out and shoot rockets at the player. Turrets are somewhat similar to Tar-Tar from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • Popper: An enemy which fires 3 or 7 blobs at a time. If one gets too close or if it is hit by projectiles, but not killed, it will burrow to a different area. This enemy has a weak point. Similar to Arf from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • Mini-MERV: An enemy that floats above the player and, if one gets too close, fires a laser. Mini-MERVs are similar to BZZT-Bots and Monsoons from Battle for Bikini Bottom. The laser attack is similar to Sleepy-Time's attack, but even if SpongeBob sneaks upon it, MERVs will still attack you.
  • MERV: Similar to Mini-MERV, yet also shoots out rockets at the player and has more health. The laser beam on the bottom of their machine is bigger, allowing them to deflect the SpongeBowl, but not the explosion of an upgraded SpongeBowl. Oddly enough, it appears before Mini-MERV ("Now That We're Men..." Combat Arena Challenge). Similar to Chuck and Sleepy-Time from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • Spawner: A machine that shoots projectiles which turns into enemies. Spawners are similar to Duplicatotron 1000s from Battle for Bikini Bottom.


  • Frog Fish ("I'll Let You Pet Mr. Whiskers"): The first boss of the game before the player heads to the Trenches. After SpongeBob gets caught by the frogfish, Patrick goes out to rescue him. The frogfish will charge at Patrick, so he must dodge it and use his cartwheel to knock him off the edge. After doing it several times, it sends out its tongue which will at first slam and then do a spin attack at the player. During the process, the frogfish also spits goo at them.
  • Dennis ("Name's Dennis..."): The assassin hired by Plankton to stop SpongeBob and Patrick. Throughout the fight, Dennis will use SpongeBob as a hockey stick and whack old toilets (which will release a toxic gas ring if it hits the ground) at Patrick. The player must either deflect the toilets with his upgraded star spin or throw melons at him. As Dennis' health decreases, he will summon Spinners into the arena. Once he is defeated, he gets stepped on by the Cyclops.
  • Deformed Dennis ("Dennis Strikes Back!"): After SpongeBob and Patrick get King Neptune's crown and a lift from David Hasselhoff, the Cyclops’ boot returns, along with Dennis! This time, he will throw several daggers at SpongeBob. Directly approaching him doesn't work, as he'll just leap to a different spot. The strategy to beating him is to use the bowling attack or deflecting his daggers using an upgraded spin attack. As Dennis' health decrease, he calls in Slammers into the arena. Once he is defeated, Dennis gets hit by an oncoming boat. This is the only boss level not to take place underwater.
  • Buckethead King Neptune ("Turn the Tables on Plankton"): Being the king of the sea, King Neptune cannot be harmed by any of the player's attacks, and he will hit the player (but not damage the player) if one gets too close, or block the Sonic Wave attack with his trident. For the first round, Neptune will shoot fire at the player. During the part when he reloads his trident, the player can hit all the tables with their karate spin. If one dodges his attacks twice without getting hit, they quickly run behind the frozen Mr. Krabs. King Neptune will then shoot a laser that will reflect on all the tables and Mr. Krabs, stunning him. Once he's stunned, the player should hit him with the Sonic Wave. After Neptune loses a third of his health, he will fire an electric wave at the floor. Repeat the same strategy as the first round. After Neptune loses another third of his health, he will break the floor into several small platforms and call two Flingers for backup. Repeat the same strategy while dealing with the Flingers. Once he is defeated, the bucket breaks and the player wins the game. This is the only boss level to take place in Bikini Bottom.

PlayStation 3 version

On February 7, 2012, the console version came out on the PlayStation Store as a PS2 Classic, meaning it's essentially the PlayStation 2 version upscaled to HD, but it's a flawed port, mostly due to several technical issues:

  • All still images (in things such as cutscenes and the pause menu) are noticeably blurry.
  • While the game was upscaled to HD, the horizontal field of view hasn't been changed, so the picture is always stretched when it starts, and one will have to manually change it every time they play the game.
  • All cutscenes using in-game graphics have severe audio de-syncing issues, where it will start perfectly synced, but then a section of an audio clip will play twice, meaning every clip after it plays about a full second after when it should.
  • There is a noticeable delay between pushing a button and the character doing an action. This is because the game is recognizing the controller (a DualShock 3 or a Sixaxis) as a DualShock 2 and must translate the code, causing lag.

The game was removed from the PlayStation Store shortly after release for unknown reasons. It was most likely removed because of customers complaining about the flaws and technical issues listed above.

Game Boy Advance version

The Game Boy Advance version of the game is a 2D platformer similar to the likes of Super Mario. There are six worlds, each world containing 4 levels and a boss fight. The player navigates the levels as SpongeBob and Patrick and must traverse through each stage before time runs out.

World 1: Bikini Bottom

  • 1-1: Management Materials
  • 1-2: Hey Chum! (A reference to Hey Arnold!)
  • 1-3: Not a Kid
  • 1-4: Shell City Ahoy!
  • 1-Boss: Thug Fish

World 2: Coral Canyon

  • 2-1: Where's the Reef?
  • 2-2: 100 Leagues Down
  • 2-3: Stop for a Bite
  • 2-4: Man Babies
  • 2-Boss: Thug Tug Thug

World 3: Desert

  • 3-1: The Long Road
  • 3-2: On the Walk Again
  • 3-3: Sea Cave
  • 3-4: Yoodle-a-Sea-Doo! (A reference to the saying Yabba-Dabba-Doo! from The Flintstones)
  • 3-Boss: Ice Cream Monster

World 4: Trench

  • 4-1: Stairs of Fear
  • 4-2: Trench Bottom
  • 4-3: Stairs of Freedom
  • 4-4: Run Men, Run!
  • 4-Boss: Dennis

World 5: Shell City

  • 5-1: Escape!
  • 5-2: Burn Baby Burn
  • 5-3: Man Hands
  • 5-4: Shiny Crown
  • 5-Boss: Cyclops Battle

World 6: Hasselhoff's Bikini

  • 6-1: Hold the Hasselhoff
  • 6-Boss 1: The Return of Dennis
  • 6-2: Bottom Running
  • 6-3: Krusty Krab I
  • 6-4: Krusty Krab II
  • 6-Boss 2: King Neptune's Wrath


PC version

Unlike the other versions of the game, the PC version has different gameplay and less levels. It has the same gameplay as the Employee of the Month video game, which is a point-and-click adventure. The game consists of 8 chapters. Also Plankton and Mindy are playable. Plankton is playable when you have to find Plan Z, and Mindy is playable in her castle in order to get out of the castle. Also, secondary antagonist, Dennis didn't make any appearance in the game.


  • Love Thy Neighbor
  • Evil Under the Sea
  • Hit the Road
  • Free Mindy
  • Entrenched
  • A Pain in the Back
  • Shell City
  • Planktopolis

Characters who don't appear in the movie, but appear in the game

Mobile Phone version

There are four mini games and three gameplay modes.[1]

In the first one, SpongeBob finds himself seated at the counter of an ice cream shop. SpongeBob is fickle, so players must only gobble up specific kinds of ice cream, noted by a hungry thought balloon above SpongeBob's head. There are only two kinds of ice cream: sundae and banana split. The ice cream may shoot by at various speeds.
In the second one, players must guide the Pattywagon through a slalom-type course with gates along the seabed.
The two other mini-games include a bubble popping contest featuring Patrick, and a King Triton "shooting" game where you must use a trident to nail watery folk as they walk through the lobby of Mr. Krabs' burger barn.

The gameplay modes are:

  • Challenge Mode: This is designed to allow you to focus on a specific challenge from Travel Mode.
  • Travel Mode


While the PC and Game Boy Advance versions were barely reviewed at all, the console versions have received positive to mixed reviews, all 3 receiving about 70% on GameRankings, and ranging from 73-75 on Metacritic. IGN gave the game a 7.8 saying "Instead of settling on oversimplified gameplay, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie delivers an entertaining (and oftentimes challenging) mix of platform and driving sequences. Controls feel responsive and the camera rarely hinders your view of the action." Most reviewers also complimented the fact that it was a licensed game that didn't simply exploit the license in order to sell well, which it could've easily done considering SpongeBob's popularity.

The mobile phone version was said by Levi Buchanan of IGN to have mini-games that are "too simplistic for most gamers to enjoy for very long", compared to console versions of the game and the other games released by THQ Wireless (Bowling and Darts).

Despite its relative obscurity, the console versions of The SpongeBob Movie Game and Battle for Bikini Bottom have developed a fairly sized cult following, claiming the two games are underrated and deserve more attention. Many old fans also have fond memories of playing the games as children.

The game sold well enough to achieve Greatest Hits on PlayStation 2, Platinum Hits on Xbox, and Player's Choice on GameCube.



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The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie: FAQ/Walkthrough by War Doc
Version: 1.03 | Last Updated: 2005-06-04
      | S P O N G E B O B   S Q U A R E P A N T S:   T H E  M O V I E |

           CREATOR:  THQ Copyright 2004
AUTHOR OF THIS FAQ:  Kevin Butler AKA War Doc
            E-MAIL:  kevinb(at)technologist(dot)com
       FAQ VERSION:  1.02


                              TABLE OF CONTENTS


 1.  Legal Stuff
 2.  Version Information
 3.  Acknowledgements
 4.  Welcome
 5.  Overview


 6.  The Levels


 7.  Getting Started

     7.1  Main Menu

 8.  Taking Control

     8.1  The Controls
     8.2  The Screens


 9.  General Strategies

     9.1  Strategies
     9.2  Challenges

10.  Specific Strategies for Missions and Tasks

     10. 1  Mission  1:  No Cheese!
     10. 2  Mission  2:  I'm Ready... Depression
     10. 3  Mission  3:  Sandwich Driving 101
     10. 4  Mission  4:  Three... Thousand Miles To Shell City
     10. 5  Mission  5:  Rub a Dub Dub, Slip Slide in the Tub
     10. 6  Mission  6:  Bubble Blowing Baby Hunt
     10. 7  Mission  7:  No Weenie Parking Anytime
     10. 8  Mission  8:  I'll Let You Pet Mr. Whiskers
     10. 9  Mission  9:  Rock Slide
     10.10  Mission 10:  Now That We're Men
     10.11  Mission 11:  Shell City, Dead Ahead
     10.12  Mission 12:  Name's Dennis
     10.13  Mission 13:  Sundae Driving
     10.14  Mission 14:  Google-Eyes And Smelly Knick Knacks
     10.15  Mission 15:  Dennis Strikes Back!
     10.16  Mission 16:  Welcome To Planktopolis... Minions
     10.17  Mission 17:  Drive of the Knucklehead-McSpazitron
     10.18  Mission 18:  Turn the Tables on Plankton


11.  Abilities and Upgrades

     11.1  Spongebob's Abilities
     11.2  Patrick's Abilities
     11.3  Upgrade Chart
     11.4  Manliness Point Calculations

12.  Enemies and Items
13.  Treasure Chests


14.  Conclusion


To find a particular chapter or subchapter do the following:

1.  Highlight the chapter or subchapter name you wish to find.
2.  Press CTRL-C
3.  Press CTRL-F
4.  Press CTRL-V
5.  Press CTRL-F
5.  You will arrive at the desired chapter or subchapter.


********************************* U N I T  I **********************************
| 1.  LEGAL STUFF |============================================================

This guide may not be reproduced under any circumstances except for personal
private use.  It may not be placed on any web site or otherwise distributed
publicly without advanced permission from the author.  Use of this guide on
any other web site or as part of any public display is strictly prohibited, and
a violation of copyright.  All content in this guide is Copyright 2005 by
Kevin Butler.  Only the sites listed below have permission to publish this
work or to display it:

If you wish to put this guide on your site, e-mail me and ask.  Save yourself
the headache of putting up with lawsuits and whatnot because you failed to ask
a simple "Can I post your guide on <insert site>?".  If you wish to use info
in this guide, please acknowledge that you have done so.  If I don't respond or
I say no, accept it as fact.  This especially goes out to Dave at since he has a habit of taking guides without permission.  In
addition, do not modify this guide in any way whatsoever to suit your purposes.
The latest version can always be found at

If you see this guide on any other site then the one listed above, please
e-mail me.  If you wish to ask questions or give input to this guide, please
e-mail me.  Just have SBSP:TM as the subject so I know it isn't another kooky
vendor trying to sell me hair gel or another XXX site telling me I have new

| 2.  VERSION INFORMATION |====================================================

Version 1.0    1/15/05:  A guide is born.

Version 1.01   1/18/05:  Fixed a couple of errors.

Version 1.02   2/ 4/05:  Added reader input.

| 3.  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS |=======================================================

The following are a list of people or organizations that have made this FAQ

My wonderful family (who has had to put up with the tapping on the keyboard)
THQ for making a great game
GameFAQ's for putting up this FAQ
Dave the Old Hippie for his strategy on Mission 9, Task 4.

| 4.  WELCOME |================================================================

Welcome to my FAQ for SpongeBob Squarepants:  The Movie (or SBSP:  TM for
short).  Since this is an action/adventure game, there is no walkthrough per
se.  Instead, this FAQ is broken up into parts.  First you will be given an
explanation of choices you have for playing the game.  Next, you will be given
all the possible commands you can give with a brief description of what those
commands are.  The last part is dedicated to strategy.  This strategy will give
you an idea on how to fulfill the requirements for getting the various items or
doing the various tasks required to complete each area.  Input is appreciated
along with constructive criticism.  If you wish to e-mail me thoughts on this
FAQ, better ways of doing things, other strategies, etc., feel free.  Make sure
you put SBSP:  TM in the subject.  If you don't, I'm liable to discard the
e-mail as spam.

| 5.  OVERVIEW |===============================================================

Spongebob Squarepants:  The Movie is based on the popular series that runs on
Nickelodeon.  The movie itself made close to 85 million dollars proving that
Spongebob is a rather popular character (or too many people had way too much
free time).  The basic premise of the movie was that Plankton was up to his
usual tricks of attempting to take over Bikini Bottom.  It seems that Mr. Krabs
has been implicated in the theft of one crown owned by none other than King
Neptune himself.  While Spongebob still dreams of being promoted at the Krabby
Patty, he and Patrick set out on a treacherous journey to prove that Mr. Krabs
is innocent.  There are many pitfalls along the way and only the strong can
survive.  Of course, Plankton isn't busy sitting around.  His plans (codenamed
"Plan Z") include the following steps:

1.  Frame Mr. Krabs for the disappearance of King Neptune's crown.
2.  Steal the secret Krabby Patty recipe.
3.  Brainwash the citizens of Bikini Bottom using souvenir bucket hats to
    control them.
4.  Conquer the world.

(excerpts taken from the instruction manual)

The action is fast paced as you go through the different areas to prove Mr.
Krabs is innocent while at the same time stopping Plankton from succeeding with
another evil scheme.

******************************** U N I T  II **********************************

| 6.  THE MISSIONS |===========================================================

SBSP:  TM will have you going through a possible 68 taskings located within 18
missions.  Of course, to make it to the end of the game, you will only need to
accomplish 50 taskings.  To get the 100% mark, though, you will have to
successfully complete all 68 taskings.

The missions are (in order):  NOTE:  The number after the colon is the amount
of tasks in that mission.

No Cheese!                            :  1
I'm Ready... Depression               :  5
Sandwich Driving 101                  :  4
Three... Thousand Miles To Shell City :  6
Rub a Dub Dub, Slip Slide In The Tub  :  4
Bubble Blowing Baby Hunt              :  6
No Weenie Parking Anytime             :  4
I'll Let You Pet Mr.Whiskers          :  1
Rock Slide                            :  4
Now That We're Men                    :  6
Shell City, Dead Ahead                :  6
Name's Dennis...                      :  1
Sundae Driving                        :  4
Google-Eyes And Smelly Knick Knacks   :  4
Dennis Strikes Back!                  :  1
Welcome To Planktopolis... Minions    :  6
Drive of The Knucklehead-Mcspazitron  :  4
Turn The Tables On Plankton           :  1

In addition, there are 42 treasure chests spread out amongst the taskings.
Getting treasure chests does not contribute to the 100%, but they do unlock
things such as FMV's, alternate costumes, artwork, etc.  Along with the
player's interaction are actual clips from the movie to give one the overall
sense of what is going on.  Good luck on your journey to prove Mr. Krab's
innocence and to stop Plankton from taking over Bikini Bottom.

******************************** U N I T  III *********************************

| 7.  GETTING STARTED |========================================================

Once the game has loaded, you will be able to Start a New Game, Load a
previously saved game, tinker with the Options, or see Promotional Materials
for other games.

| 8.  TAKING CONTROL |=========================================================

/ 8.1  The Controls /__________________________________________________________

The controls for this game are pretty simple.  It is just a matter of being
able to use them for split-second decisions.

                               << CHARACTER >>

              | BUTTON INVOLVED     | RESULT                   |
              | LEFT ANALOG STICK   |                          |
              | BUTTONS             |                          |
              | X                   | JUMP, DOUBLE JUMP        |
              | SQUARE              | KARATE OR STAR SPIN      |
              | TRIANGLE            | BASH OR TONGUE SWING     |
              | CIRCLE              | SPONGEBOWL OR CARTWHEEL  |
              | R1                  | SONIC WAVE GUITAR OR     |
              |                     | PICK UP, THROW           |
              | L1                  | DISPLAY STATS            |
              | PRESS R3            | CENTERS CAMERA           |
              | START               | PAUSE MENU               |
              | SELECT              | UPGRADE MENU             |

                              << PATTY WAGON >>

              | BUTTON INVOLVED     | RESULT                   |
              | LEFT ANALOG STICK   |                          |
              | OR DIRECTIONAL      | CONTROL YOUR VEHICLE     |
              | BUTTONS             |                          |
              | X                   | ACCELERATE               |
              | SQUARE              | BRAKE OR REVERSE         |
              | CIRCLE              | HORN                     |
              | R1                  | NITRO                    |

/ 8.2  The Screens /___________________________________________________________

These are the different screens in the game.

| 8.2.1  Game Screen |---------------------------------------------------------

By pressing the L1 button, you can bring up information on the main game

|                                              0_________________##      |
|  ## ## ## <-HEALTH                           [_________________]       |
|                                                MANLINESS POINTS        |
|                                                                        |
|                                                                        |
|                                                                        |
|                           MAIN GAME SCREEN                             |
|                                                                        |
|                                                                        |
|                                                                        |
|                                                             +          |
|  +--+                                GOOFY GOOBER TOKENS ->+ +         |
|  +--+ <-TREASURE CHESTS                                     +          |

Health Meter        -  How many burgers of health you have.

Manliness Points    -  Tells you how close you are to earning another upgrade.
                       A "P" to the left of the meter indicates you have an
                       upgrade point(s) waiting.

Treasure Chests     -  Tells you the total Treasure Chests you have found in
                       the game.

Goofy Goober Tokens -  Tells you the total Goofy Goober Tokens you have found
                       in the game.

| 8.2.2  Pause Screen |--------------------------------------------------------

Pressing START will get you to this screen:

|                                                                        |
|           +------------------------------------------------+           |
|      +----+                                                +----+      |
|      |    |                  MISSION NAME                  |    |      |
|    +-+-+  +------------------------------------------------+    |      |
|    |   |                                                        |      |
|    |   |                                                        |      |
|    |   |                                                        |      |
|    |   |                                                        |      |
|    |   |                                                        |      |
|    |   |<-MISSIONS          TASKS                               |      |
|    |   |                                                        |      |
|    |   |                                                        |      |
|    |   |                                                        |      |
|    |   |                                                        |      |
|    +-+-+                                                        |      |
|      |         +--------------------------------------+         |      |
|      +---------+       TREASURE CHESTS COLLECTED      +---------+      |
|                |                                      |                |
|                +--------------------------------------+                |
|                                                                        |
|                                                                        |
|      X WARP TO LEVEL         O OPTIONS          /\ RETURN TO GAME      |
|                                                                        |

Mission Name              - Name of the mission you have selected.

Missions                  - Mission selector.

Tasks                     - A list of tasks that must be performed for that
                            mission.  There are three possible icons:

Question Mark     :  This means you haven't unlocked that particular task yet.
Empty Oval        :  You have unlocked the task but have not completed it yet.
Goober-filled Oval:  You have completed that task.

Treasure Chests Collected - Treasure Chests collected for that mission out of
                            the total possible.

Warp to level             - Allows you to go to any level you have unlocked or
Options                   - Allows you to Save Game, Quit Game, Options, or
                            Extras.  See Chapter 13 in regard to the Extras.

Return to Game            - Self-explanatory.

| 8.2.3  Upgrade Screen |------------------------------------------------------

Pressing SELECT will get you to this screen:

|                                                                        |
|     +-----+                                                +-----+     |
|     |     +------------------------------------------------+     |     |
|     ++----+       SPONGEBOB                 PATRICK        +----++     |
|      |                                                          |      |
|      |               UPGRADE POINTS AVAILABLE  ##               |      |
|      |                     _  _  _                      _  _  _ |      |
|      | HEALTH             |_||_||_|  HEALTH            |_||_||_||      |
|      |                     _  _                         _  _    |      |
|      | KARATE SPIN        |_||_|     STAR SPIN         |_||_|   |      |
|      |                     _  _                         _  _    |      |
|      | BASH               |_||_|     CARTWHEEL         |_||_|   |      |
|      |                     _  _                         _  _    |      |
|      | SPONGEBOWL         |_||_|     SMASH             |_||_|   |      |
|      |                     _  _                         _  _    |      |
|      | SONIC WAVE         |_||_|     THROW             |_||_|   |      |
|      |          +------------------------------------+          |      |
|      +----------+         PRESS X TO UPGRADE         +----------+      |
|                 |                                    |          |      |
|                 +------------------------------------+          |      |
|                                                                        |
|      X CHOOSE          O UPGRADE DESCRIPTION           /\ RETURN       |
|                                                                        |

Go to Chapter 11 for full details on upgrades.

******************************** U N I T  IV **********************************

| 9.  GENERAL STRATEGIES |=====================================================

These are general strategies to make your journey through the different areas
more enjoyable (or tolerable at least).  These also can be used when you don't
want to look at the specific strategies and want to solve things on your own.
Again, these are not all-encompassing and I know there are other general
strategies to use.  These are, though, the best I have found to work for me.

Also I have listed the common challenges that occur throughout the game.

/ 9.1  Strategies /____________________________________________________________

-  Use your SAVE liberally.  Especially every time you do something important
   like get a Goofy Goober Token or Treasure Chest.  Nothing is more
   frustrating then playing a couple of hours on a game only to have the power
   go out and you having to start over.  Keep in mind that when you save, you
   will go back to the beginning of whatever Task you saved from if you restart
   your game.  This means you would have to redo Checkpoints if required.

-  Learn to use the controls with proficiency.  I know, this sounds so basic
   but you would be surprised at how many people complain about not being able
   to do certain things because they don't know how to use the controls.  There
   are quite a few tight areas, narrow ledges, killer jumps, etc. that the
   chosen character will be required to perform.  If you don't know how to use
   your controls, then you better be prepared for either a long game or
   quitting due to frustration.

-  When you are jumping, use this trick.  Sometimes you will have to jump on
   very small ledges or very thin surfaces.  Use your shadow for guidance.  If
   the chosen character's shadow is over the area you want to land, then it is
   safe to land.  You must also take into account if what you are jumping onto
   a moving object.

-  Never get just the minimum required for a level.  Just because you only have
   to do one task within a mission, try to do as many tasks as you can.  The
   reason is that as you progress through the game, you will need those Goofy
   Goober Tokens for upgrades to your character's skills.  Also, try to collect
   every barbell within a level (this also means destroying or killing every-
   thing).  This will help you to upgrade your current health or skill much
   faster.  This will pay untold dividends down the road when you need to get
   through an area quicker.

-  Some tasks have more then one part.  What I mean by this is that you may
   have to scale cliffs or go through caves to get through those other parts.
   Also, everything may not be contained within a single task.  It might span
   multiple tasks.  This is especially true of the Treasure Chests where you
   may have to do three tasks to get them all.

-  Use the Sonic Wave to "recon" an area.  What I mean by this is to use it to
   overfly different parts of an area to get an idea of what you may be
   encountering or where you have to go.

-  Learn to use the camera controls.  Nothing is more frustrating then trying
   to do a specific task and the camera angle only adds to the difficulty.  If
   the camera refuses to rotate in one direction, go the other direction to
   ensure that you have the best possible angle to accomplish your task.  There
   are a few mini-games and boss battles, though, that you aren't allowed to
   use the camera on.

-  Keep in mind that when you are carrying objects, you cannot jump.  You must
   toss the object onto the next level and retrieve it.  This means you need to
   plan your moves carefully, especially if the object has a short life (i.e.
   watermelons).  There are areas that you can bounce with an object but that
   is all you can do.

-  Manliness points are a primary thing you need to be collecting.  By
   collecting these, you can upgrade your skills to Macho much quicker.  I find
   the first skills that should always be upgraded is the Spin Attack.  This is
   because you can return any enemy missiles or projectiles fired at you with a
   devastating effect.

-  Learn how each enemy fights in combat.  This can go a long way for creating
   effective strategies to take them down with minimum pain to your character.
   Also, an interesting thing happens when an enemy does get a hit on your
   character.  All enemies on the screen briefly pause to laugh at your hapless
   character.  Of course, they forget your character has been honed into a
   well-oiled weapon.  Take advantage of this and destroy as many as you can.

-  Of course, when all else fails, consult the specific strategy section to get
   yourself out of a bind.

/ 9.2  Challenges /____________________________________________________________

There are challenges that appear throughout this game.  The general idea of
these challenges is discussed below.  More detailed discussions on them will be
contained in the walkthrough for that specific task.  The challenges are:

| 9.2.1  Bungee |--------------------------------------------------------------

Hop onto the fish hook and bounce down toward the targets below.  You will have
to destroy a specific number of targets in three areas.  In addition to the
targets, there are dangers that could end Spongebob's life very quickly if you
aren't careful.

| 9.2.2  Combat Arena |--------------------------------------------------------

Spongebob gets to tangle with 30 enemies in the first wave, 40 enemies in the
second wave, and 50 enemies in the third wave.  You must defeat all 120 enemies
to collect the prize.  Failure in any wave means you start over at the first
wave again.

| 9.2.3  Floating Block |------------------------------------------------------

Just as the name implies, you play as Patrick who must get across the different
floating blocks and trampolines to retrieve the prize.  You have a set time you
must accomplish this in.

| 9.2.4  Ring |----------------------------------------------------------------

In between the Time Challenge and Macho Time Challenge, you must do this one.
It basically involves you driving through a series of rings the game sets
before you.  Be careful, you have only a limited amount of time to make it to a
ring before it disappears and you fail the challenge.  Hitting them on the edge
and not direct center still counts.

| 9.2.5  Time |----------------------------------------------------------------

This is applicable to both the Time Challenge and Macho Time Challenge.  You
must complete the required task in or under the time that is required.

| 9.2.6  Sonic Wave |----------------------------------------------------------

Once Spongebob learns the Sonic Wave, he can crank up the amplifier and play to
his hearts content.  This challenge involves putting the Sonic Wave through a
series of rings to get the prize.

| 9.2.7  Spongeball Challenge |------------------------------------------------

Yep, Spongebob becomes a Spongeball as he attempts to navigate the hazards and
crazy paths to get to the coveted Goofy Goober Token.

| 10.  SPECIFIC STRATEGIES FOR MISSIONS AND TASKS |============================

These strategies cover the 18 missions and 68 tasks in the game.  For each task
completed, you collect one Goofy Goober Token.  You must collect all 68 to get
100% in the game.  In addition, I will give the locations to all of the
Treasure Chests.  To find out more about your enemies, go to Chapter 12.

I will list the missions as they appear on the pause menu.  They will be set up
like so:

/ Mission #:  Mission Name /

Treasure Chests:  Number of Treasure Chests for this task.

Brief overview of the overall mission.

| Task #:  Task Name |

Brief overview of this task.

Walkthrough for task.

SPECIAL NOTE:  There is an Easter Egg in the game that gives the times that it
took the developers to make it through the Time Challenges.  I will note these
under times required for those taskings.  It will be listed as Heavy Iron's

To find this Easter Egg, do the following:

It is located in mission 16, Welcome To Planktopolis... Minions during the
Monument-Al Destruction tasking. When you get to the high ledge overlooking the
lava pit (across from the twin Plankton statues) go right and fall onto the
ledge next to the castle wall. Follow the ledge around until you get to an
alcove. You will then see a series of messages being displayed with the
information in individual boxes.

/  10. 1  Mission  1:  No Cheese! /____________________________________________

Treasure Chests:  1

This is the introductory level (so to speak).  It seems that Mr. Krabs has been
busted for stealing King Neptune's Crown.  Of course, Spongebob living in his
dreams of being the manager knows that isn't right.  He embarks on his journey
to prove Mr. Krabs is innocent.

| 10.1.1  Task 1:  Crisis at the Krusty Krab |---------------------------------

All you will be doing during this task is going around the path and learning
about Spongebob's starting moves:  The Spin Attack and Smash.  The only enemies
to bother Spongebob will be a few jellyfish.

-  Get on the path and follow it around.  Go up and over the hill to the next
   valley.  You will see a truck with a load of crates crash into the barrier.

-  Use those crates to climb up to the next cliff.  Go up and around to the
   slide.  Go down the slide into the next valley.  Turn left and go across the
   small islands to collect the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  Go over to the switch and Spin Attack it to cause one of the rock pillars to
   lower.  Get on it and go up.  Break through the wooden crates to get to the

-  Head over to the buttons and push them to reveal a Sticky Wall:  Climb it.
   At the top of the Sticky Wall, destroy the rock wall in front of Spongebob
   and proceed through.

-  Jump on the springboard, on the back of the truck, to complete this tasking.

/  10. 2  Mission  2:  I'm Ready... Depression /_______________________________

Treasure Chests:  2

Looks like Spongebob and Patrick are drowning their sorrows in a few milkshakes
and sundaes.  Of course, now that they are on a mission, all heck breaks loose.
Patrick must find his way out of the Goofy Goober Ice Cream Parlor.

| 10.2.1  Task 1:  Sponge on a Wire |------------------------------------------

Patrick must make his way through this building to collect the Goofy Goober

-  Clear out all enemies in the cafeteria area and exit up the steps and around
   to the wooden balcony.

-  The balcony will collapse.  Take care of the Foggers and collect everything.
   Get on the candy cane elevator and cross the chocolate chip platforms to the
   next area.

-  Take out the Slammer and Spin Attack the button to drop some springboards
   across the cafeteria area.  Go across these springboards and you will be in
   a small kitchen area.

-  Follow the platforms, that are sitting in the chocolate "lake", around to
   the Spawner.  Take care of any Foggers in Patrick's path.  When you get to
   the Spawner, give it a good whack to put it out of commission.  Just don't
   stand too close to avoid the blast radius.  This will unlock the third task
   of this mission.  Exit this room.

-  You will pass a Checkpoint along this corridor.  At the end of the corridor
   is a large room.  In the center is a vat of boiling chocolate.  Before you
   go across and exit the room, it's time to collect a Treasure Chest.

-  Directly below where you entered is a storeroom.  Drop down and deal with
   the Foggers.  Use Patrick's Spin Attack to break down the door and collect
   the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  Use the springboard to get back up on the platform you started from.  Jump
   and press TRIANGLE to latch onto the floating ice block.

-  Swing across and land on the platform on the other side.  Spin Attack the
   switch to open the door.

-  When you go through the door, you will see an island in the middle of the
   chocolate.  Proceed slowly since three Foggers will break out.  Deal with
   them and exit this room.

-  This next room is a small cafeteria.  In the center is a Clam Communicator.
   Mindy tells Patrick she is willing to teach him the Cartwheel but he needs
   two Goofy Goober Tokens to learn it.  Turn right and head for the broken
   wall.  You unlock tasks two and five in this room.

-  At the broken wall, spin attack to break it down.  Go to the next wall and
   do the same.  Eventually you will end up in a room with springboards.  Jump
   on the lowest one and Patrick will be propelled to the balcony to collect
   his reward.

-  Go back to Mindy and she will give Patrick the Cartwheel.  The door opposite
   the door you first entered this room through will now be opened.  Go through
   it and exit this room.

-  You will enter a big storage-type room.  You will have to clear out three
   waves of Foggers and Slammers.  Once they are cleared out, collect every-
   thing in this room and go to the door.  Spin Attack the two switches and
   enter the corridor.

-  Follow this corridor around to the freezer.  Go through the freezer and
   stand on the big cookie.  You will be lowered into a giant ice cream room.
   Before you exit, time for the last Treasure Chest.

-  To the left you will see a row of boxes.  Use your Cartwheel attack and mow
   through these boxes in order from left to right.  When you destroy the last
   box, the Treasure Chest will appear after you destroy the last box.
   Treasure Chest #2.

-  Use the candy cane elevator to get to the springboard.  Then follow the
   alternating springboards and chocolate chip cookies to get to the next room.

-  In this room, you must Spin Attack the switches on the left and right sides.
   To add to your pain, a Spawner starts shooting out Foggers and Slammers.
   Get to the switches quickly and only kill those that stand in your way.
   Once both switches are activated, a path opens to the other side of the

-  Get on the path and destroy the Spawner.  When you enter this room, you will
   notice a Port-o-Head.  You will also note a sticky wall.  This is for when
   Spongebob gets the Sonic Wave attack.  Collect your Goofy Goober Token to
   end this tasking.

| 10.2.2  Task 2:  An Ounce of Bounce |----------------------------------------

This task is explained in Chapter 10.2.1.

| 10.2.3  Task 3:  Up Chocolate Creek |----------------------------------------

This task gets unlocked when you enter the area.  Patrick must have the Throw
Skill plus the upgrade to complete this task.

-  First, clear all enemies from the area.  Head over to the kitchen and get on
   the lower level behind the wooden boxes.  Destroy one of the boxes to leave
   one intact.

-  Pick up the box and head to the center of this room.  Aim for one of the
   four buttons on the opposite wall.  When you strike one, a chocolate chip
   path rises from the chocolate.

-  Go across this path and into the next room.  You must use the marshmallows
   to get to the other end of this room.  To make it a further challenge, buzz
   saws go across the path.

-  Just follow the path and when you get to the end, collect your reward.  Use
   the Teleport Box to go back to the beginning and exit this room.

| 10.2.4  Task 4:  Sonic Wave Guitar Challenge |-------------------------------

This is a pretty easy challenge.  Just watch for a tight right-hand curve after
you exit the ventilation duct.  Also watch out for tight curves when you are in
the cafeteria Patrick started Mission 1 in.

| 10.2.5  Task 5:  Combat Arena Challenge |------------------------------------

This is a good introduction to how the arena works.

-  The first wave of enemies are just Foggers.  Just run the edges and whack
   them when you can.  

-  The second and third waves bring in more Slammers and less Foggers.  Again,
   run the edges and take shots at them while you can.

-  Keep in mind that if you hit one enemy into a group, you can take out five
   or six in a shot.  Great for Manliness points.

/  10. 3  Mission  3:  Sandwich Driving 101 /__________________________________

Treasure Chests:  3
Heavy Iron's Time:  2:37

Your first driving experience in the Patty Wagon.  For a cheeseburger with all
the trimmings, it doesn't handle too badly.  Anyway, you must make it to the
other end of town and escape to continue your journey.

| 10.3.1  Task 1:  Escape From Bikini Bottom |---------------------------------

Time Limit:  N/A

The best route to take (which also yields all Treasure Chests) is listed below:

-  Follow the road around until you get to the second building a bulldozer
   breaks out of.  Go through the opening that was created to use this shortcut
   and to collect the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  When you get to the park, take the shortest path to the bridge.  Once you
   cross the bridge, head left into the grass.  You will see a rock to your
   left.  Go around it to get the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #2.

-  Keep going until you get to the second building the wrecking ball puts a
   hole in (the brown building).  Go through this new shortcut and collect the
   Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #3.

-  Follow the road to the edge of town.

| 10.3.2  Task 2:  Time Challenge |--------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  4:00

Use the strategies from Chapter 10.3.1.

| 10.3.3  Task 3:  Ring Challenge |--------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  N/A

Just follow the rings.  It will go through the first shortcut but not the

| 10.3.4  Task 4:  Macho Time Challenge |--------------------------------------

Time Limit:  3:00

Use the strategies from Chapter 10.3.1.

/  10. 4  Mission  4:  Three... Thousand Miles To Shell City /_________________

Treasure Chests:  3

Spongebob and Patrick are now in the middle of the desert.  Their objective is
to destroy the three radio towers transmitting Planktons message.  Of course,
there are enemies galore as they attempt to navigate their way around.

| 10.4.1  Task 1:  Topple a Trio of Towers |-----------------------------------

Spongebob gets the joy of navigating through the desert terrain.  Make sure you
have upgraded your Spin Attack since a few enemies like to "throw" things.

-  After you get the Bash from Mindy for four Goofy Goober Tokens, go to the
   rotating plank.  Bash it to rotate it over the sticker bushes.

-  Send the Flinger back to the junk heap and go left over the balanced rock.
   Take care of the Slammer and continue to follow the path to the right.

-  Bash to the two platforms and cross the goo.  Deal with the two Flingers and
   continue along the path.

-  After you cross the two balancing rocks, you will see three Foggers on the
   next ledge.  Send them back to Plankton and cross over this ledge.  Before
   you go up the steps, go right into the small valley.

-  Go all the way to the back and destroy the wooden crates to get the Treasure
   Chest.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  Backtrack and go up the steps.  Take out any enemy that opposes you and look
   for the switch.  Use your Bash ability and punch the switch.  This will set
   up a chain reaction which will blow the tower up.  After the tower fries, a
   new path will be created over the small valley.

-  Cross over this wooden path and get to the Checkpoint.  Follow this path
   around and blow through the large stack of wooden crates.  Take out the
   Foggers and Slammer on the other side.  You will then see some platforms you
   can bash.

-  After you bash the platforms, jump across the goo and take care of the
   Flinger.  Once they are dealt with, a Slammer comes out of the wall.
   Eliminate them as well.  Continue to follow this trail around and another
   Slammer pops out.  Again, clean their clock.

-  At the end of this path is a switch.  Bash the switch to bring up three
   floating platforms.  Time your jumps so that Spongebob isn't steamed and
   make your way across to the other side.

-  Follow the shoreline and deal with any enemy that gets in Spongebob's way.
   Take out the Bucket-O-Tron and then head up to the next radio transmitter.
   This switch is moving so take care of the enemies and bash the switch to
   bring it down.

-  Backtrack to where the Bucket-O-Tron was and you will see a switch.  Bash it
   to bring up some springboards.  By following these springboards, you will
   open up tasks number two, five, and six.

-  Use the springboards in the water to return to where you started.  Go
   through the wall that was opened by the destroyed transmitter and activate
   the Checkpoint.  Follow that path around.  Watch out for the steam vents.

-  The next area has some balancing rocks and more steam vents.  Make your way
   across this area and you will unlock task number four.  Continue to the next
   ledge and take care of the Flinger.

-  At the end of the path you will get to a springboard.  Jump on the spring-
   board to enter a rocky arena.  Here you will have to defeat all of the
   enemies before you can leave.

-  You get to deal with two Bucket-O-Trons spitting out Foggers, Slammers, and
   Flingers.  Get under these two contraptions and bash them to prevent any
   further monsters.  Then clear out what remains.  After you clear the last
   enemy, a springboard appears.

-  Jump on the springboard to get you to an island with a switch.  Bash the
   switch to bring up two sets of platforms.  One set opens up task number
   three while the other leads you to the last tower.

-  Head across the platforms and watch out for the steam vents.  Go to the
   middle and be ready for the two Flingers.

-  Take care of the two Flingers then head up the steps to the right (past the
   Port-O-Head).  You will see three switches floating around in a slow circle.
   You must bash all three switches to take care of the last transmitting

-  Once you bash all three switches, the Goofy Goober Token appears.  Congrats
   on shutting Plankton up.

| 10.4.2  Task 2:  Bouncy, Bouncy, Bouncy |------------------------------------

-  After you bash the switch next to the second radio tower, a series of
   springboards appear.  Just use them to go across to the island with the
   Goofy Goober Token.  You can break through the wall for the Bungee
   Challenge, task number five.

| 10.4.3  Task 3:  Patrick Gets Steamed |--------------------------------------

-  Change into Patrick in the Port-O-John next to the third radio tower.  Go
   back across the platforms until you get to the cave entrance.

-  All you have to do is go across the rocky platforms to the end of this cave.
   Just watch out for the steam vents.

-  Collect the Goofy Goober Token then hop into the cardboard box to return to
   the entrance.

| 10.4.4  Task 4:  Floating Block Challenge |----------------------------------

Time Limit:  4:00

This is a pretty straightforward challenge.  It is also a good introduction to
how these challenges work since the next ones only get worse.

-  You will first go across blue blocks that spin in place (on vertical axis),
   move up-and-down, and move side-to-side.  Stay to the left so you can
   retrieve the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #2.  Keep going to the plat-
   form to reach a Checkpoint.

-  The next blocks will be a little trickier.  It will be a mixture of the
   above plus blocks that rotate on a horizontal axis.  Go across these to make
   it to the next platform and Checkpoint.

-  The last part will be hard unless you can plan a route at least two to three
   blocks in advance.  The reason is because these are ice blocks and they
   disappear after a couple of seconds which means you have to move quickly to
   avoid the fall.

-  Move across these to get to the end and collect the Goofy Goober Token.

| 10.4.5  Task 4:  Bungee Challenge |------------------------------------------

The areas are arranged as so:

Area 1:  One Target
Area 2:  Two Targets
Area 3:  Three Targets

You don't have to worry too much about the first two areas.  It's the third
area that may cause some problems since steam vents line the walls.  Note the
pattern when the steam subsides and strike the targets before the steam

Before you start this challenge, or even after, you will notice four floating
boxes.  Against the wall you will notice stacks of wooden crates of varying
number.  It looks like this when you are entering this area:


                            | BUNGEE CHALLENGE |
                            |           F4  W2 |
                            |           F3  W1 |
                            |           F2  W4 |
                            |           F1  W3 |
                            |                  |

In order to get the Treasure Chest, you must break the floating boxes in
numerical order according to how many crates are next to it.  Therefore, you
will need to break the floating boxes in this order:  F3, F4, F1, and F2.  When
you do this, a Treasure Chest will appear next to the Bungee Challenge area.
Treasure Chest #3.

| 10.4.6  Task 6:  Spongeball Challenge |--------------------------------------

This is a good introduction to how you will be doing this and future Spongeball
Challenges.  The only difference, of course, is that they will get harder.

-  Roll up to the big block and wait for it to come down.  Get on it and ride
   it up to the wooden platform.  Then head toward the brownish-orange

-  The brownish-orange platforms will collapse after two seconds so you must
   quickly get across them to the wooden platform.  Follow the path up to the
   fan blade.

-  Wait for an opening and go through the fan blade and get to the wooden plat-
   form.  Turn and head toward the five blocks that are alternating going up
   and down.  Time your approach to move through these blocks.

-  On the next path, it slants to the right so you will need to move more left
   to stay on it.  You will then make it to another path of three brownish-
   orange platforms.  This time, there is a block going across the middle one.
   Again, time it to move quickly across these platforms and miss that block.

-  From the next wooden platform, head up the path to the double fan blades.
   Again, time your approach to pass through them.  Head up the path to four
   blocks that are doing alternating side-to-side motions.  Again, time it so
   you get across them and head down the path.

-  You will now be at a set of four brownish-orange platforms with a fan blade
   over the third one (as you face it).  Just time the blade so that you can go
   across without any hindrance.  Once you clear through this area, just follow
   the path to the Goofy Goober Token.

/  10. 5  Mission  5:  Rub a Dub Dub, Slip Slide in the Tub /__________________

Treasure Chests:  3
Heavy Iron's Time:  2:43

Seems like Mission 4 only destroyed a few of the towers.  There are five more
transmission towers that must be destroyed in order to secure the desert

| 10.5.1  Task 1:  Plankton's Towers:  Part Deux |-----------------------------

All you have to do is hit the targets located on the tracks to bring down the
towers.  You will be able to retrieve two Treasure Chests on this run.  This
track is pretty straightforward and I'll give you the route in Chapter 10.5.2
for minimum time.  To get the Treasure Chests:

-  After you pass through the fourth target, a new track opens up (with a red
   front).  Jump over to it and pass through that cave.

-  Go left and jump onto left-hand balancing rock.  When you get to the end of
   the rock, jump to the left.  If done right, you will end up on a track
   leading into a mineshaft.

-  Follow the mineshaft around and watch out for the boulders.  At the end of
   the shaft is a Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  Follow the tracks around until you get to the top.  Instead of going right,
   jump straight out to the middle row of balancing rocks.  Jump across them
   to pick up the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #2.

| 10.5.2  Task 2:  Time Challenge |--------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  3:40

There are really only a couple of deviations from the main path but they are
the time savers.

-  Follow the tracks around until you pass through the first cave.  Go through
   it and the tracks curve to the right.

-  At the end of the curve is a jump.  After you make this jump, start riding
   the right side.  Before you make the jump, jump to the right on the
   balancing rock.  Jump from that rock to the tracks.  At the end is the
   Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #3.

-  Follow the tracks around until you get to the final cave.  Instead of going
   left, jump straight out.  You need to land on the end of the balancing rock
   to give you the elevation to make it to the next one.  The turns are tight
   but after you go across four, you can then take the final path to the
   finish line.

| 10.5.3  Task 3:  Ring Challenge |--------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  N/A

Just follow the rings.  At the end, you will be using the balanced rocks on the

| 10.5.4  Task 4:  Macho Time Challenge |--------------------------------------

Time Limit:  3:15

Use the strategies from Chapter 10.5.2.

/  10. 6  Mission  6:  Bubble Blowing Baby Hunt /______________________________

Treasure Chests:  3

Patrick gets to go through this Mission.  He will first have to learn the
Porpoise (indicated by sound effect) Slam for the low price of 20 Goofy Goober
Tokens.  Once learned, Patrick is ready to rock and roll.  Also, make sure you
upgrade the Spin and Slam ability (if you haven't done so) for better effect.

| 10.6.1  Task 1:  The Key Ingredient |----------------------------------------

Patrick will be going through a ship full of rough characters to get to the
end.  It seems that Plankton is trying to stop Spongebob and Patrick from
fulfilling their mission.  Go figure that one out.

-  Before you head into the bar room, look to your right.  You will see a
   rickety stage.  Smash through the top to collect the Treasure Chest.
   Treasure Chest #1.

-  Clear out the bar room of the Spinners and Foggers.  Then head to the top
   and Slam the switch to open the door and proceed through.

-  Jump off the edge and use the TRIANGLE button to use Patrick's tongue to
   swing across the goo.  When you land on the other side proceed up to the
   explosive barrels.

-  Activate the barrels and stand back for a major explosion.  Go through where
   the barrels were and go up the steps to the next area.  You now get to deal
   with a Turret.  When he fires, return his shots via Spin to take him out.

-  On the other side, you will activate a Checkpoint.  Beyond that is a rickety
   floor.  Slam to the floor to break through to the next lower area.  Go down
   the stairs and you will be at a big room.  There is a rickety platform with
   a swing for Patrick.

-  Before you go across, drop down into this pit.  Two Spinners will come out.
   Take them out and use the springboard to get out.  This is important to do
   for later on.

-  Get on the collapsible platform and hook up to the ice to swing across this
   room to the other side.

-  When you get to the other side, two Slammers will break out from the room on
   the left.  Deal with them and continue to follow the corridor around to the
   next room.

-  Two Slammers will break out of the far wall to confront Patrick.  Confront
   them back and send them a "nice" message.  Slam the revealed button to start
   your way across the goo.

-  Keep slamming buttons and jumping until you are to the other side.  You only
   have about five seconds to get to the next button before the platform drops.
   When you slam the last button, the door will open.

-  In this next area, you get to deal with both a Turret and Spinner.
   Eliminate both to proceed into the next corridor.  You will be on a rickety
   floor.  Slam it to enter the corridor to task number two.

-  Follow the corridor to another big room.  As before, jump down to entice the
   Spinners.  Take them out and you will see a cut scene showing a barrel
   exploding next to the Combat Arena Challenge.  A Treasure Chest will appear.
   NOTE:  You must have done this in the last big room also for this to occur.

-  Springboard out and use the ice to swing across the room.  Follow the
   corridor around until you get to a big area of lava.  Smash the switch to
   bring out a conveyer.  Now follow the path around either by walking or
   swinging.  Take out all enemies in your way.  You will also gain access to
   task number six.

-  At the end, you will open up task number three.  It is from this task you
   will gain access to the Treasure Chest in this room.  Exit the area and
   activate the Checkpoint.  Continue through the corridor to the next switch.

-  When you activate the switch, a series of four conveyer belts will appear.
   Every other belt is going the same direction.  To make this harder, a Turret
   is on the other side shooting at Patrick.

-  Get across the belts and watch out for stray shots when you jump.  The shots
   go high so you are safe standing on the belts, it's just when you jump.
   When you get to the other side, deal with the Turret.

-  When you get to the other side, break through the weak wall and you will
   open up task number five.  Also collect the Treasure Chest (if you did the
   aforementioned prerequisites).  Treasure Chest #2.

-  Continue down the corridor and break through the rickety floor at the end.
   Take care of the Slammer and make your way to the next room.  Using the
   springboards and ice blocks to make it to the collapsible platforms.  Then
   use the conveyer belts to make it to the other end.  Deal with the Turret
   long distance.

-  Once you are to the other side, follow the corridor around to another room.
   The left wall will break open to reveal two Turrets.  Deal with them and
   continue to follow the corridor around.

-  Detonate the barrels and crates blocking Patrick's path and follow it to the
   next Checkpoint.  After the checkpoint, you can go left or right.  If you go
   right, you will do task number four.

-  Go left through the duct and when you drop out of the other side, you will
   be back where you started.  Take care of all the enemies in the room and
   collect your reward.

| 10.6.2  Task 2:  Disco Star |------------------------------------------------

After you break through the floor from Chapter 10.6.1, follow the corridor to
the switch.  Smash the switch to reveal a disco floor.  The big thing to
remember is each of the four dance floors has a specific pattern.

| 10.6.3  Task 3:  Throwing the Fruit Electric |-------------------------------

One of the more difficult tasks since you have to avoid the electric currents
running across the paths.

-  Pick up the watermelon and throw it on the pressure plate.  Get on the plate
   and pick up the watermelon and throw it at the switch to open up the next

-  Go down the slide to the next area.  Throw the watermelon toward the
   pressure plate.  Avoid the electric currents and pick it up and throw it on
   the pressure plate.  Get on the plate and throw it into the switch to open
   up the next area.

-  Before you do the next part, you will see to your left a Treasure Chest on
   top of the machinery.  Jump over to that area and collect it.  Treasure
   Chest #3.

-  Go back to the start of this area and get back to where you were before you
   went down to the Treasure Chest.
-  This next area is a bit tricky.  You need to throw the watermelon to the tan
   platform then quickly get to it avoiding the electric current.  Then throw
   it to the next platform.

-  Quickly jump over, pick up the watermelon and throw it on the platform.
   Then throw it into the switch to collect your reward.

| 10.6.4  Task 4:  Sonic Wave Guitar Challenge |-------------------------------

There aren't too many tight turns on this challenge.  Just remember that the
wave curves around back to where Patrick started this mission.

| 10.6.5  Task 5:  Spongeball Challenge |--------------------------------------

This challenge is a little more difficult since you will now be going through
rotating tubes and spirals.

-  Head through the cylinder to the five moving blocks.  Time them so you can
   get across without falling off the edge and get on the wooden platform.

-  After you get across them, go on the path.  The path slants left so keep to
   the right.  Keep going until you go around the corner.  The path will then
   slant right toward the fan blade.

-  Go through the blade and head up the path until you reach the cylinder.
   Avoid the blocks sticking out from the sides and go through to the wooden

-  Your next obstacle may be a bit tricky.  You will have to navigate around a
   path of brownish-orange platforms.  Blue blocks will block your way so you
   will have to do some quick circling to get around them.  Once you are clear
   of this obstacle, the path heads uphill.

-  A half-cylinder awaits for the next challenge.  Time the gap in the cylinder
   so that you land on the solid part.  Gently move forward so you miss that
   gap until you get to the other side.  Exit onto the wooden platform.

-  Another timing obstacle.  You must go across six brownish-orange platforms.
   Of course, it isn't that easy.  On the even numbered ones are double blocks
   moving back-and-forth to stop you.  Time their movement so you can quickly
   move across the platforms when the gap appears between the blocks.

-  Follow the path around to the spiral.  Again, time it so you get on the
   solid part and gently move forward with the spiral until you get to the
   other side.  Go up the path to the wooden platform to collect your Goofy
   Goober Token.

| 10.6.6  Task 6:  Combat Arena Challenge |------------------------------------

This challenge is a little more difficult.  In addition to the enemies, you
also have explosive barrels that can either be good or bad depending on how
they are used.

-  Two Flingers and a lot of Foggers make up the first wave.

-  Less Foggers and more Flingers constitute the second wave.

-  The third wave is mainly Flingers.

/  10. 7  Mission  7:  No Weenie Parking Anytime /_____________________________

Treasure Chests:  2
Heavy Iron's Time:  2:54

This will be your first encounter with a track where you have to go around
multiple times.  In addition to driving around, there are a few hazards you
must avoid so you don't destroy your Patty Wagon.

| 10.7.1  Task 1:  Now, How Do I Get Out Of Here? |----------------------------

Your goal is to collect five keys that will open up the gate.  You can also
collect all the Treasure Chests during this run.

-  Follow the road around, avoiding the oil slicks, until you get to the under-
   ground parking garage.  Instead of heading right, go left through the wall
   to enter a new area.

-  Jump out of that area, avoiding the spikes, and head toward the truck with
   a ramp on it.  Use that ramp to go up to the higher road.

-  Go straight and crash through the gate.  Follow the road around to the ramp.
   Jump it to collect the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  Keep going along the road, avoiding the hot sauce, until you get to the
   second ramp.  Slowly go over it to collect the Treasure Chest.  Treasure
   Chest #2.

-  Follow the road around and collect any keys you may have missed.  Then
   head to the finish line.

| 10.7.2  Task 2:  Time Challenge |--------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  4:30

Use the path from Chapter 10.7.1

| 10.7.3  Task 3:  Ring Challenge |--------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  N/A

This challenge is a little more difficult due to obstacles in the way.  In
addition, with three laps, you will be going different ways.

| 10.7.4  Task 4:  Macho Time Challenge |--------------------------------------

Time Limit:  3:20

Use the Path from Chapter 10.7.1

/  10. 8  Mission  8:  I'll Let You Pet Mr. Whiskers /_________________________

Treasure Chests:  0

Welcome to your first boss battle.  This one, though, should be relatively

| 10.8.1  Task 1:  Defeat the Frog Fish |--------------------------------------

-  Mr. Whiskers will start the show by charging at Patrick.  Step aside and let
   him dangle at the edge.  A good bash will send him over the edge.

-  Do this until his health is down by a third.  He will then jump to the
   opposite side and thrust his tongue into the ground.  His tongue will come
   up on the other side and turn into a Smasher.  Whack his tongue four times
   to bring him back over.  Also watch out for the ice cream bombs he launches.

-  Use the same tactics of charge, dangle, and bash until his health is down by
   another third.  He will again jump to the other side.

-  His tongue will become a Spinner.  As before, whack it four times to defeat
   the monster.

/  10. 9  Mission  9:  Rock Slide /____________________________________________

Treasure Chests:  3
Heavy Iron's Time:  3:33

To get to the other side, Spongebob and Patrick must cross the trenches.  It
won't be easy, though, since there are a lot of crazy jumps and multiple paths.

| 10.9.1  Task 1:  Getting to the Bottom of Things |---------------------------

-  Head down the path until you pass the first Checkpoint.  You will then go
   along a curve on the path and see a multi-eyed monster at the edge.

-  After you make the left curve, you will go through a cave with explosive
   barrels.  Just as you exit this cave, double jump right.  You will hit a
   springboard which will vault you much further down the path.

-  Continue to follow the path around until you go through the first monster
   cave (it is yellow, has tentacles coming out of the walls).  When you get to
   the gap between this and the second monster cave, jump right to the path
   paralleling the second cave.

-  Follow that path around until you see the first group of Foggers.  When you
   knock down the first Fogger, single jump to the right (if this is the first
   time, red barbells will be over the area) and hit the hidden springboard.

-  It will launch you to a higher path.  Follow the path around and at the end
   is a Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  Continue going down the path and take either the right or left fork on this
   path.  At the next split, take the left (lower) fork.  You will then go
   through a yellow cave.  At the very end, jump to the right.  You will hit a
   path down below.  Be prepared to spin around and follow that path to the
   Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #2.

-  You will eventually get to an area populated by a lot of steam vents.  After
   you pass these vents, you will come to a fork with the left path going high
   and the right path going low:  Take the left path.

-  After the jump, you encounter another fork.  This time, take the right path.
   Right after you get through the yellow cave, jump to the path, then
   immediately jump to the right on that path.  Watch out for the Minelayer as
   you go along this path.  At the end is a Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #3.

-  Continue to follow the paths to the end.  It doesn't matter if you use the
   left or right platforms to get to the finish line.

| 10.9.2  Task 2:  Time Challenge |--------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  5:30

Use the path from Chapter 10.9.1

| 10.9.3  Task 3:  Ring Challenge |--------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  N/A

Pretty straightforward challenge.  At the end, you will be using the left

| 10.9.4  Task 4:  Macho Time Challenge |--------------------------------------

Time Limit:  4:10

Use the path from Chapter 10.9.1


Dave the Old Hippie's strategy:

-  The FAQ's sixth bullet point says:  "Continue going down the path and take
   either the right or left fork on this path." I found that taking the LEFT
   path saved a second.  Also, once I reached the cave, I did not change paths
   and spin around.  I found that the time on either path is about the same,
   however, you should not change paths and waste the time it takes to spin

-  As indicated in the FAQ's seventh bullet point, you should take the left
   path.  However, you will notice that there are 4 barrels off the left side
   of the path.  Single-jump to the left between the second and third barrel,
   and immediately start guiding yourself to the right and inside the mouth of
   the cave.

-  The FAQ's eighth bullet points states:  "Right after you get through the
   yellow cave, jump to the path, then immediately jump to the right on that
   path".  Do not make that quick, right jump. As stated in my previous post,
   it will save you about 8 seconds if you stay on that path through the cave.

Here's a mental note that helped me.  I was regularly hitting the checkpoint
after the rotating, spiky platforms at about 2:46.  Once I started taking that
shortcut over the barrels and into the cave, I found that I hit that check-
point at about 2:35.  This should put you in the ballpark for finishing on

/  10.10  Mission 10:  Now That We're Men /____________________________________

Treasure Chests:  5

Spongebob gets to go through some pretty treacherous terrain to make it to
Shell City.  Besides the enemies, some of the places Spongebob has to go to
will create a certain "challenge".  Spongebob will have to acquire the Bubble
Bowl for 20 Goofy Goober Tokens.  Make sure you upgrade it.

| 10.10.1  Task 1:  Here Monster... Nice Monster |-----------------------------

Spongebob goes through a volcanic "desert" and gets to meet a couple of new
enemies along the way.

-  Before you head out, make sure you have the Sonic Wave.  Turn and look at a
   far ledge with stacks of crates, televisions, etc.  Use the Sonic Wave to
   detonate an explosive barrel.  If you are successful, all things on that
   ledge will be destroyed and the Treasure Chest will appear in front of you.
   Treasure Chest #1.

-  Go across the ledges to the first spinner switch.  Use the Spongebowl
   ability and roll one right into the switch.  It will drop a bridge to the
   next island.

-  At the next island, turn left and Spongebowl that switch to raise some more
   platforms.  Take care of the Popper who is firing at Spongebob from the next

-  Go over the platforms to that area.  When you jump to the next area, watch
   out for Foggers breaking out of a small canyon.  Spongebowl them to take
   care of the problem.  Head around the left side.

-  You will make it to a sticky wall.  Climb the wall and at the top, Spongbowl
   the Spawner.  Then go across the lower canyon using the horizontal sticky

-  When you get to the other side, be ready to deal with the Flinger.  Once
   they are taken care of, watch the pattern of the rocks in the lava.  They
   will fall and rise in a certain pattern.  Cross these to the other side.

-  It's time to get a Treasure Chest.  Turn right and go up the small path.
   This will lead you to task number six.  Go past this and up the steps.

-  Jump across the gap to collect the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #2.

-  Backtrack to where you started.  You will see a stone pillar on the right
   with a switch.  Spongebowl the switch to reveal another.  Spongebowl that
   switch and head across using the platform.  Blast the Minelayer to get a
   Treasure Chest on this platform.  Treasure Chest #3.

-  You will get jumped by a Popper and some Foggers.  Clear them out and head
   onto the slide through the cave.

-  Once you get off the slide, immediately deal with the Turret who is rapidly
   firing at Spongebob.  You will also activate a Checkpoint.  Go to the right
   and across the sinking and rising platforms to the other side.

-  Go to the edge of this cliff and look across.  You will see a switch.
   Spongebowl said switch and a pair of sticky walls will come down from the
   ceiling.  These sticky walls, though, are timed.

-  These sticky walls stay down approximately nine seconds so you had better
   be quick getting across.  Once across, head toward the moving platforms.  Be
   wary of the two Flingers lurking just across the way.

-  Either deal with the Flingers on the ledge or on the moving platforms.
   Either way, take them out before crossing to the other side.

-  On the other side, you can go right to unlock task number five.  In front of
   you is a Lava Monster.  Use the Spongebowl to get him to move.

-  Once he moves, a hump will appear.  You will be jumping from hump to hump as
   he moves along.  Eventually you will get to another small island.  A Mine-
   layer and Popper wait on the other side of this small lava lake.

-  You must step on the pressure plate to bring up the path.  Then Spongebowl
   across the path to the switch to make the path permanent.  Of course, you
   will have to avoid the mines being thrown at you.

-  On the other side, deal with the two enemies and look across the next gap.
   This time you must hit two buttons to bring down each side of the sticky
   wall.  Again, you will have nine seconds per wall so try to bring them down
   at relatively the same time.

-  After you have crossed this gap, be ready for an attack by another Turret.
   Take him out and go across the moving platforms.

-  Way across is another Spawner and it is busy generating Foggers and Poppers.
   You will also see a large fish-like monster on the top step.  Get over to
   that step as quickly as possible.

-  You must Spongebowl this monster three times.  Avoid the falling rocks and
   fire from the Poppers.  Once you have taken the monster down, the wall will
   collapse to reveal a cave.

-  Go into the cave and take care of the Flinger.  Go around and when you reach
   the Checkpoint, you will be at a door.  Enter it into the next area.

-  When you enter this area, you will see a some springboards with spinner
   switches (only the Spongebowl can spin the switches).  These switches raise
   and lower the springboards.  Your goal is to get all the springboards
   aligned so you can leave the area.

-  First, the alignment of the springboards is like this:

         AE=AREA EXIT

                              |     | S3 |    |
                              |  S2 +----+    |
                              +----+          |
                              |               |
                              +---     +----+ |
                              | S1 \   | S4 | |
                              D    |   +----+ |
                              +----+     \ AE |
                              | S5 |      \  \|

-  To set up the springboards, do the following:

   -  Raise S1 and climb the steps to the left and jump on it.  You will end up
      at S3.

   -  Raise S3 then jump down to S2 and climb the steps to jump on it to take
      you back to S1.  NOTE:  If you don't raise S3, then you will be bounced
      to S4.  From S4, you can get back to S1.

   -  Jump back on S1 and you will be bounced to S3.  Then you will be bounced
      to S5.  Raise S5 then jump back down to S1.

   -  Now jump on S1, which will bounce you to S3, then to S5, then to the exit.

-  At the exit, watch out for the Popper.  Then follow the path around up the
   hill.  At the top of the hill, watch out for the Turret firing from the
   other bank.

-  Take out the Turret and jump across.  Follow the path around to the lava
   lake.  Another Sea Monster awaits.  Spongebowl him and ride him around the
   lake.  This time, he turns so plan your jumps accordingly.

-  Get off at the prison-looking cave and go in.  Immediately a barred grate
   will slam shut and Spongebob will go down three levels.  Now the fun begins.

-  Spongebob must defeat five levels of enemies within this narrow tower in
   order to escape.  The enemy patterns are:

   -  Level 1:  Three Foggers

   -  Level 2:  Three Foggers and one Popper

   -  Level 3:  Three Foggers and one Flinger

   -  Level 4:  Three Foggers and two Poppers

   -  Level 5:  Three Foggers, one Popper, and one Flinger

-  Once you make it to the top, head out onto the rocky pathway.  Jump on the
   springboard to go to the next island.  To the left is a Spawner and in front
   are some Monster Eyes.

-  Take out the Spawner to the left and any Foggers on the island.  Then
   Spongebowl the Eyes until they are eliminated.  A platform will then rise
   up.  Follow this to the next area.

-  If you look left, you will see a Treasure Chest in the middle of the lava.
   You will be getting this during task number two.

-  Before you get the Goofy Goober Token to the right (by the steps), head left
   up the steps to unlock tasks two, three, and four.

-  Backtrack and collect the token to end this task.

| 10.10.2  Task 2:  Frozen Lava Desert |---------------------------------------

Once Patrick learns the Throw ability, head back to this task and change into
Patrick in the Port-O-Head.

-  Get the Freezy Fruit and throw it into the lava lake.  Head right and go to
   the small alcove to collect the Goofy Goober Token.

-  Freeze the lava lake again and go to the small island over the lava fall.
   Then use that Freezy Fruit and throw it down to the bottom.

-  Jump down into that area and quickly head left.  Grab the Treasure Chest.
   Treasure Chest #4.

-  Go right and use the springboard to return to where you started.

| 10.10.3  Task 3:  Swinging Starfish |----------------------------------------

Use the springboard to the left of the Port-O-Head to start this task.

All you will have to do is use the ice blocks to swing over and around to the
four platforms.  Your reward is on the fourth platform.  Use the springboard to
return to the beginning.

| 10.10.4  Task 4:  Floating Block Challenge |---------------------------------

Time Limit:  3:30

Things get a little tougher and you have less time to do this challenge.

-  You only have to deal with blue blocks and springboards on this part.  Just
   time your jumps as the blocks rotate and/or move.

-  After the checkpoint, you get to do some climbing.  Use the blue blocks and
   ice cubes to get to the next platform.

-  Off this platform, you will be doing some climbing using the blue blocks,
   ice cubes, and springboards.  Keep to the right to collect the Treasure
   Chest.  Treasure Chest #5

-  After you get to the next platform, you have to fall onto the moving blue
   blocks below.  Time your drops to get to the Goofy Goober Token.

| 10.10.5  Task 5:  Bungee Challenge |-----------------------------------------

The areas are arranged as so:

Area 1:  Two Targets
Area 2:  Three Targets
Area 3:  Six Targets

This one is pretty easy.  The first area has no hazards.  The second and third
areas just have steam vents that go upward so you should easily be able to take
out the targets.

| 10.10.6  Task 6:  Combat Arena Challenge |-----------------------------------

The bar has once again been raised.  This time you will deal with more
aggressive enemies.  In addition, you have floating explosive barrels you may
be able to use.

-  A few Poppers and many Foggers make up the first wave.

-  About half Foggers and half Poppers make up the second wave.

-  The third wave is mainly Poppers and Type 2 Mervyns with a few Foggers.

/  10.11  Mission 11:  Shell City, Dead Ahead /________________________________

Treasure Chests:  4

Plankton has set up a series of television screens in order to brainwash his
minions.  It is up to Patrick to take care of these televisions.  Patrick also
gets the ability to Throw for a mere 25 tokens.  Make sure you upgrade to make
life even easier on this mission.

| 10.11.1  Task 1:  Boob Tube Smashing Boob |----------------------------------

There are a lot of jumps and pitfalls associated with this level.  In addition,
Patrick will have to stack crates and utilize them to solve some of the

-  Grab a safe or the watermelon and hit the first switch.  This raises a stone
   platform to the next island.  Grab another safe or watermelon and face left
   to the farther switch.

-  Use the upgraded Throwing ability to sling whatever you chose to hit the far
   switch.  It will drop the lid down on the toilet goo and a Spinner will
   appear on it.  Go over to the first island.

-  A Mervyn will appear.  Use the watermelon to knock him out of the air.

-  After you have knocked the Mervyn down, grab the watermelon again.  Again,
   do a power throw to take out the distant Spinner.  Then head to the next
   rocky outcrop and get on that flat area the Spinner was on.  Before you do
   this, look right and you will see a piece of moldy toast in the toaster.
   Use the watermelon and hit it to drop it into the toaster.  This is a
   prerequisite for the Treasure Chest.

-  Jump across the rocky platforms until you get to the next one with a
   watermelon.  Grab the watermelon and throw it on the pressure plate in
   front of Patrick.

-  Jump over to that pressure plate and then jump across the other side where
   the thin, metal wall was.  From there, jump to the flat, metal plate to the

-  From there, jump to the stone platform with a watermelon.  Pick up the
   watermelon and throw it into the television.  The television will explode
   and fall down creating a path.

-  Follow the television path to the next platform.  You will reach a Check-
   point.  Pick up the steel safe and power throw it into the Flinger at the
   cave entrance.  Then follow the platforms to said cave entrance.

-  When you exit this cave, you will be overlooking a wide area.  There are
   Mervyns buzzing around and there is a Bucket-O-Tron busy spitting out
   monsters.  Go down the steps to the explosive barrels.

-  You need to be quick.  Grab an explosive barrel and target either the
   Bucket-O-Tron or one of the Mervyns buzzing around.  When they are
   destroyed, repeat with the steel safes until all three enemies are gone.

-  Go down the steps to that flat area.  If you look right, you will see a
   floating ice block.  This allows you to do task number 2.  Head to the
   left and get on the platform the Bucket-O-Tron was on.

-  Hop across the platforms until you get to the one next to the steam pipe
   on the right.  Pick up the watermelon and power throw it into the switch
   on the other side of the steam pipe.  This will create another pathway.

-  Follow the platforms around until you are almost at the television.  Two
   Flingers will try to stop Patrick.  Just return their shots to eliminate
   them.  Grab the watermelon and turn the television off permanently.

-  The television will drop creating a new pathway.  Follow it up to the next
   platform and a Checkpoint.  Beyond you will see a couple of Mervyns buzzing
   around and on the other side is a Bucket-O-Tron.

-  Use the available explosive barrel and crates to bring down the two Mervyns.
   The Bucket-O-Tron will toss out five Foggers.  Run across this platform and
   clear a path to said Bucket-O-Tron and destroy it.

-  If you look to the left and head that way, task number six will be opened
   up.  In front of you will be three watermelons.  Beyond is a pressure plate.
   You task is to stack those three watermelons on the pressure plate.

-  When completed, jump on the watermelon stack and onto the platform above.
   Go along the platform and you will reach another with two Spinners.  Stun
   them with a Smash and use one to take out the Mervyn.  Quickly jump to the
   platform with the Bucket-O-Tron.

-  Clear a path through the Foggers and shut down the Bucket-O-Tron and jump to
   the next platform.  You will see a Port-O-Head in the distance.  Go to the
   Port-O-Head and you will unlock task number four.  Jump on top of the
   Port-O-Head and onto the ledge above.

-  Patrick will get jumped by two Foggers and a Spinner.  After they are dealt
   with, head toward the third television.  Grab the watermelon and walk onto
   the springboard.  Throw the watermelon at the highest point of the jump to
   destroy the television.

-  When the television gets destroyed, a door and a Checkpoint are revealed.
   Before you go through the door, get back on the springboard and bounce
   toward the television.  On the backside is a Treasure Chest.  Treasure
   Chest #1.

-  NOTE:  When Spongebob gets the Sonic Wave Guitar ability, come back to this
   area.  If you haven't done so already, go back to near the beginning and hit
   the moldy toast.  From here, go behind the television again.  Use the Sonic
   Wave and hit that piece of moldy toast.  Do task four and follow the rings
   around until you see the toaster that is above the cave you entered this
   area in.  Hit that piece of toast.  If done successfully, a Treasure Chest
   will appear to the right of the Port-O-Head.  Treasure Chest #2.

-  Go around and head through the door to the next area.

-  When you walk forward, task number three is unlocked.  Go right around the
   corner and deal with the Flinger in front of the cave entrance.  Then go
   through the small cave.

-  Grab a wooden crate and when you round the corner, send it into the Mervyn
   on the other side.  Then continue toward the next television.  Use the
   watermelon to take care of the Spinner on the platform.

-  Follow the platforms to the moving steel platform.  Grab the watermelon and
   blow out the television.  Two platforms will rise connecting you to the next
   island.  Go across and hit the Checkpoint at the cave entrance.  This will
   also unlock task number five.

-  Go into the cave and you will be met by a wall of steel safes with an
   explosive barrel in front.  Grab the barrel and get it away from the safes
   so they aren't destroyed.  You are going to be using the safes for the next
   part.  Also grab the Treasure Chest from on top.  Treasure Chest #3.

-  First, go over the safes and use the explosive barrel at the end of this
   cave to take out the Mervyn.  Then go back to the safes and start the
   process of carrying them to the edge and tossing them to the island below.
   I would toss eight or nine safes down.

-  Once you have accomplished this, jump down to that island.  Avoid the
   Spinner and watch for the Flinger.  Eliminate him and get a safe.  Go to
   the right side of the island and power throw it into the Bucket-O-Tron on
   the right side.

-  Grab another safe and head to where the fan and switch are.  Time the fan
   blade and toss the safe into the switch to create a path up to the
   Bucket-O-Tron on the left.  Head up that path and be prepared to be jumped
   by four Foggers.

-  Clear them out and clear out the Bucket-O-Tron and go up to the next ledge.
   You will see a central area with two smaller areas to the left and right.
   These smaller areas have switches on them.  A Mervyn guards each of these
   smaller areas.

-  Use the monsters generated by the remaining Bucket-O-Tron to take out the
   Mervyns and activate the switches.  Once both switches are activated, a new
   path opens up.  Use this path to get to the next area.

-  Grab the watermelon and go to the second springboard.  Wind it up and
   launch.  You should be able to destroy the television and collect your

| 10.11.2  Task 2:  Cirque Du Malaise |----------------------------------------

Just use the ice blocks and sinking platforms to go around this cave.  At the
end is the token.

| 10.11.3  Task 3:  Three Meter Island |---------------------------------------

This challenge involves hitting switches and crossing the paths they create.
After you bash the first two switches and climb up, there are no enemies.  Bash
the third switch and you deal with one Flinger.  Bash the fourth you get two
Flingers and the fifth switch yields three Flingers.  After this, go to the top
to claim your reward.

| 10.11.4  Task 4:  Sonic Wave Guitar Challenge |------------------------------

Just navigate the Sonic Wave around this level.  Watch out at the end when you
go through the narrow tunnel.  The turns get very sharp so you will need to be
alert and ready.

| 10.11.5  Task 5:  Floating Block Challenge |---------------------------------

Time Limit:  2:30

Well, apparently you're a pro at this now.  This will be the biggest challenge
you have had on the blocks.

-  The first part consists of going across some ice covered blocks that rotate
   both horizontally and vertically.  In addition, some have spikes on them.

-  After you hit the Checkpoint, you will now have to climb up blue blocks that
   do all the usual stuff to make it hard to climb them.  In addition, you will
   have to go across the ice cubes and trampolines to make it to the next
   wooden platform.

-  Activate the Checkpoint and continue your journey upward.  Bear to the left
   across the ice covered blocks and you can retrieve the Treasure Chest.
   Treasure Chest #4.

-  Continue to move along this way.  When you get to the spiked springboards,
   you are almost there.

-  Carefully pick your way through the spiked springboards and land on the
   platform to collect your reward.

| 10.11.6  Task 6:  Spongeball Challenge |-------------------------------------

Well, now things get even harder.  In addition to past obstacles you had to go
through, you will now be going through things such as alternating path tiles
and the like.

-  You will first go across a path with rotating yellow panels.  Then you will
   turn left along the path.  It will go up and down until you reach a spiral.

-  Jump into the spiral and watch out for the fan in the middle.  Exit onto the
   wooden platform and head along that leads to the brownish-orange platforms.
   The middle one is moving back and forth so time your pass accordingly.

-  Head up the path and it will slant right.  Continue until you get to the
   rotating yellow and blue panels.  They alternate their rotation so head
   across as each set rotates down.

-  Continue up the path to the wooden platform.  Then go left and you will see
   a series of five blocks waving back and forth.  To make this more
   challenging, there is a fan in the middle.  Navigate across these blocks and
   avoid the fan.

-  You will come to another set of panels colored yellow, blue, and red.  They
   alternate, in a pattern, as to when they flip over.  Time your approach and
   go across.

-  Next you will go up a hill and into a half-cylinder.  Watch out for the gaps
   at the end and navigate through.

-  The next area might be a little challenging.  You again have yellow, blue,
   and red panels to cross.  This time, though, they are in a 3x10 grid.
   Again, watch the way they flip over and move from panel to panel until you
   get to the other side.

-  Once you are past this.  Follow the path around to your reward.

/  10.12  Mission 12:  Name's Dennis /_________________________________________

Treasure Chests:  0

Dennis has been looking for the guys and it looks like he found them.

| 10.12.1  Task 1:  Defeat Dennis |--------------------------------------------

Looks like Dennis has a score to settle.  As a matter of fact, he uses
Spongebob as a golf club to whack toilets at Patrick.

-  When Dennis whacks a toilet at Patrick, just send it back to him.  After he
   loses a third of his health, he will get reinforcements.

-  A Spinner appears so now you will have to deal with sending toilets back to
   Dennis and keeping the Spinner at bay.  When Dennis loses another third, he
   sends in a second Spinner.

-  Again, run around and avoid the Spinners while returning toilets to Dennis.

-  When Dennis is defeated, you will get your Goofy Goober Token.

/  10.13  Mission 13:  Sundae Driving /________________________________________

Treasure Chests:  3
Heavy Iron's Time:  3:55

You will be escaping from Goober City.  Of course, it won't be without its pit-
falls.  This is another three-lap track.

| 10.13.1  Task 1:  Follow That Peanut! |--------------------------------------

Just follow Goofy Goober for your three laps.

| 10.13.2  Task 2:  Time Challenge |-------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  5:30

Use the first path for all three laps.  On the third lap, you will have to go
across the waterslide.

-  When you enter Goober World, look for where the road leads into a wall.
   Crash it to collect the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  In the brown tunnel, right before the finish line, another Treasure Chest
   is inside.  Treasure Chest #2.

-  You can retrieve the other Treasure Chest on lap two.  At the beginning,
   after you pass through the first tunnel.  Go right instead of straight.
   Then go left through the gate.

-  Follow that tunnel around and the Treasure Chest is at the end of the ramp.
   Treasure Chest #3.

| 10.13.3  Task 3:  Ring Challenge |-------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  N/A

Pretty straightforward challenge.  You will be using all three ways out
including the water slide.

| 10.13.4  Task 4:  Macho Time Challenge |-------------------------------------

Time Limit:  4:10

Use the path from Chapter 10.13.2

/  10.14  Mission 14:  Google-Eyes And Smelly Knick Knacks /___________________

Treasure Chests:  3
Heavy Iron's Time:  1:23

Spongebob and Patrick have retrieved the Neptune's Crown.  That's the good
news.  The bad news is they have to escape from the Cyclops who has them
trapped in the aquarium area.

| 10.14.1  Task 1:  Escape the Shell City Cyclops |----------------------------

You will have to turn three faucets off and drop four lamps to make the great
escape.  You can collect the treasure chests during this run.

-  When you are on the high red hose.  Look down, to the right, and you will
   see another red hose.  Jump on it to collect the Treasure Chest.  Treasure
   Chest #1.

-  Jump from the blue hose to the red hose, in the upper part, to collect the
   Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #2.

-  As you jump across the lamps.  A Treasure Chest is in the gap.  Treasure
   Chest #3.

| 10.14.2  Task 2:  Time Challenge |-------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  2:30

See Chapter 10.14.3 for the route.

| 10.14.3  Task 3:  Ring Challenge |-------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  N/A

Pretty straightforward challenge.  This will give you the quickest route out.

| 10.14.4  Task 4:  Macho Time Challenge |-------------------------------------

Time Limit:  1:50

Use the path from Chapter 10.14.3

/  10.15  Mission 15:  Dennis Strikes Back! /__________________________________

Treasure Chests:  0

Dennis didn't take too kindly to Patrick defeating him so he is back for some

| 10.15.1  Task 1:  Defeat Dennis... Again |-----------------------------------

You get to be on the hairy back of some man lying in the water.

-  To make this easy, go over to the left side (on the arm).  All you have to
   do is return the fish that are thrown at Spongebob.

-  When Dennis loses one-third of his health, a Slammer appears.  When he loses
   two-thirds, another one appears but they won't bother Spongebob on this

-  Just keep returning the fish and Dennis will be history in no time and you
   get the reward.

/  10.16  Mission 16:  Welcome To Planktopolis... Minions /____________________

Treasure Chests:  3

Plankton's main headquarters.  This is probably going to be the hardest mission
of the game due to the jumps and other crazy things that you will have to deal

| 10.16.1  Task 1:  Monument-Al Destruction |----------------------------------

First of all, you must have 40 Goofy Goober Tokens to acquire the Sonic Wave
Guitar.  If you don't have it, you won't go very far in this mission.

-  From the pedestal you start at, fire the Sonic Wave at the switch to lower
   the spikes in the courtyard.  Hop down and get ready for some action.

-  Before heading down, turn toward the safes plugging up holes in the ground.
   Destroy these to get the steam vents going.  Look up at the crane and you
   will see a spinner switch.  Spongebowl the switch to raise the red door and
   reveal a Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  Take care of the Popper and head for the courtyard.  An electrical line will
   arc between the walls and three Foggers will pop out.  Destroy them and

-  Another two electrical lines will spring up.  In addition, a Type 2 Mervyn
   and three more Foggers will make their presence known.  Eliminate them and
   get into the courtyard.  Destroy the broken wall to open up task number

-  You will see a sticky wall with spikes coming out of one side, then the
   other.  Before you go up, Sonic Wave the Popper at the top.  Now, time the
   spikes so that you start on the wall opposite and climb quickly to avoid

-  The next hazard is a horizontal sticky wall over a pit of spikes.  Negotiate
   this wall and take a look.  You will see a castle on the far side of a lava
   lake, a truck with a crane holding a steel plate, and some craters in the

-  Go down to ground level and a Type 2 Mervyn will pop up along with three
   Foggers.  Hit the Mervyn long-range and eliminate the Foggers.  Then head
   over to the truck and activate the switch.  This will bring the steel plate
   over to your location.

-  Hop onto the steel plate and stand slightly to the rear to tilt the plate
   up.  When it stops, you will be in front of the first Plankton statue.  Be
   careful, when the eye opens, it fires a lava bomb (hence why the plate is
   tilted up).

-  Fire a Sonic Wave right after the Plankton statue fires and you should catch
   it as the eye opens again.  When the statue is destroyed, another steel
   plate comes to rest beneath the one you are on.

-  Hop onto this plate and be ready to deal with the Type 2 Mervyn.  Eliminate
   him and get on the ground next to the castle and activate the Checkpoint.
   You will also unlock task number 3.

-  Go to the doorway and take care of the Type 2 Mervyn and Popper.  When you
   step in, spikes will come in and out of the floor.  In addition, another
   Popper will show up to cause trouble.  Take the Popper out first then
   concentrate on getting things set up in this room for your transit.

-  Use the Sonic Wave to start pushing buttons.  You will see the spikes
   disappear from below a sticky wall and you will also put a stop to the
   spikes coming out of the floor.  Using the Sonic Wave on more buttons will
   bring up the floating, collapsible platforms and will also show a moving
   sticky wall.

-  Head over to the first sticky wall.  You will notice an electrical current
   running up it.  When the current starts at the bottom, get on the wall and
   quickly climb it.  Then get to the edge by the collapsible platforms.

-  Steam vents blow steam across these platforms at regular intervals.  Time
   the steam release with your jumps.  You must go across two of these plat-
   forms.  Be ready for the Popper at the end.

-  On the next platform, you will notice a sticky wall on the right and a small
   one, in the distance, on the left.  Sonic Wave the switch directly in front
   of you on the wall to bring that small wall to you.

-  When that small wall is at your end, start jumping between the walls.  Time
   it so you are moving at the same speed as the small wall on the left.

-  Turn left and you will see two platforms with the steam vent between them.
   Again, time the steam releases and jump across the platforms to the next
   sticky wall.  Be ready for a Popper at the top of that wall.

-  The electricity on this sticky wall runs up and down the entire length.  You
   must time your jumps so that you are constantly in the "X" portion of the
   current.  Once you are at the top, you only have one more set of platforms
   to navigate.

-  Again, time the steam cycles and jump across these platforms.  You will now
   be on a bigger platform.  Go up the incline and a Type 2 Mervyn will jump
   out on the opposite side.  Clear it out and hit the switch that now appears.

-  This will drop down a series of platforms.  Cross over these to reach a
   balcony overlooking a lava lake.  Across the lake are a pair of Plankton
   statues with a couple of stone pillars in front.

-  This, in my opinion, is the hardest part of the game.  You will see a switch
   to the left.  Spongebowl or Sonic Wave it.  This will bring up three spring-
   boards.  In the distance you will see a conveyer belt with an electric
   current running back and forth along its length.

-  At the end of the conveyer belt is a switch.  The goal is to Spongebowl the
   switch.  Of course, you have to deal with a conveyer belt moving away from
   the switch and the electric current.

-  Once you activate this switch, another springboard and conveyer belt appear.
   This time, the electric current is running the width of the belt back and
   forth.  The conveyer belt is also moving toward the switch.  NOTE:  All
   springboards from this point forward have electric currents running across

-  Activate this switch and yet another springboard and conveyer belt appear.
   This time, the electric current is running both the length and width of the
   belt back and forth.  The belt is moving toward the switch.

-  Hitting this switch will bring up three springboards, only the second has a
   current running across it.  Use this to get to the stone pillars.  The eye
   of the Plankton statues will open up.  Hop over to the left statue and fire
   a Sonic Wave at that eye.

-  Once that statue is destroyed, hop over to the other pillar and destroy the
   remaining statue.  When you do this, the pillar will collapse into the lava
   lake.  Hop off and activate the Checkpoint.

-  Deal with the two Type 2 Mervyns and Foggers on the front steps.  Head to
   the right to unlock task number two.

-  Enter the door to advance to the next area.

-  When you enter, immediately fire the Sonic Wave and hit the Bucket-O-Tron
   high up in the corridor.  Also deal with the Spinner that is left behind.

-  You will now go across the ultimate sticky wall.  When you advance a quarter
   of a way into this area, spikes will shoot out of the floor.  You must use
   the sticky wall to bounce all the way to where that Bucket-O-Tron was

-  Once you make it to the top, get ready for some heavy-duty action.  Quickly
   climb over the lip and be ready to return the Popper's shots.  Almost
   immediately, guided missiles will be headed your way.

-  Remember, don't stay in one play too long since they home in on you.  Return
   these missiles and advance up until you are overlooking another lava pit.
   Across the way you will see two Bucket-O-Trons and two Type 2 Mervyns.

-  Return the Mervyn's fire until they are destroyed.  Then quickly launch a
   Sonic Wave to destroy one of the Bucket-O-Trons.  The other will generate
   another Type 2 Mervyn.  Deal with it and destroy the other Bucket-O-Tron.

-  Head down the steps to your left and finish off the Popper if you didn't do
   so already.  Follow the path around until you cross the two conveyer belts
   and are on a stone platform.  Look to where you entered this area for a

-  Activating this switch unlocks task number four.  Just time your jumps
   across the collapsible platforms.

-  Enter the area that the Bucket-O-Trons were in and you will be jumped by
   some Foggers.  Deal with them and head into the area with the statues and
   stone pedestals.  When you get into this area, a wall will close behind you
   and you will be asked to solve a puzzle.

-  The room is set up like this with switches on the six pillars.  I have
   numbered them from left to right, bottom to top:


                                 +--+ S +--+
                                 |         |
                          +------+         +------+
                          |                       |
                          | PI5   PE      PE  PI6 |
                          |           PE          |
                          | PI3   PE      PE  PI4 |
                          |           PE          |
                          | PI1   PE      PE  PI2 |

-  This game is played like the old game Mindreader.  You will hit two
   switches.  The game then will tell you whether both switches are wrong; one
   right, one wrong; one wrong, one right; or both are right.  If you get any-
   thing other than both of them being right, the room fills with lava.

-  THE SOLUTION:  Stop if you don't want to know...

   -  Hit switches PI3 and PI6 to get the conveyer belt up to the sticky wall.
      Climb the wall to the next area.

-  You will next hit a small lava pit.  Lining said pit on the left and right
   are six offset pistons.  Guess what, these are sticky walls.  You will need
   to time the moment the piston comes down to jump.  Do it six times to make
   it to the other side.

-  Once you cross over, you will be jumped by two Foggers.  Eliminate them then
   Spongebowl the two spinner switches on the back wall.  Sticky walls will

-  Now ride the sticky wall elevator to the top.  Before you touch off the
   explosive barrels, turn around and look at the pistons.  Look to the left
   for an alcove.  You will see a Treasure Chest resting in that alcove.
   Treasure Chest #2.

-  Set off the explosive barrels to blow a hole through and go to the concrete
   balcony.  The Plankton statue will fire and collapse the balcony below you.

-  The fun really begins now.  Three Type 2 Mervyns will attack.  I recommend
   "crowding" the stone pedestal.  When their missiles come in, you can deliver
   the whole grouping back to them, plus, you won't have to run around all over
   the place.

-  Once they are destroyed, head right along the stone pedestals.  Be aware
   they sink immediately after you step on them so be quick.  Stop on the first
   conveyer belt and get ready.

-  The belt is moving toward the Type 2 Mervyn so make sure you Spin sooner
   then you should since you will be approaching the missiles.  Once he is
   dealt with, go across more stone pedestals to the next conveyer belt.

-  A Popper awaits on the other end and the belt is moving toward him.  Again,
   return his shots and continue along the stone pedestals until you reach the
   next conveyer belt.

-  Again, this one is heading for the Type 2 Mervyn so adjust and return fire.
   Go across more stone pedestals to the next conveyer belt.  This one is
   moving backwards so make sure you line up for the enemy attacks.

-  You will eventually make it to the center platform.  Eat up and jump on the
   springboard to deal with this Plankton statue.

-  There are two sets of conveyer belts going in opposite directions.  The
   Plankton statue has two attacks:  Electrical and Lava Bomb.

   -  The Plankton statue will electrify the conveyer belts in an alternating
      fashion and will fire Lava Bombs when done.

   -  You must score three hits on the eye to destroy this final statue.

   -  Jump between the belts.  Get on the very end of a belt opposite of its
      direction.  This gives you some time to launch a Sonic Wave without
      worrying about going over the edge.

   -  Repeat for the other conveyer belt and be sure to dodge the bombs.

-  When the statue collapses, Planktopolis is no more and his headquarters are
   destroyed.  Collect you Goofy Goober Token for a job well done.

| 10.16.2  Task 2:  More Bounce Please |---------------------------------------

Get to the Port-O-Head and become Patrick.  Then head to the edge of the large,
lava lake and get ready for some fun.

-  Jump and swing from the ice block to the platform.  The lava level in the
   lake will go down to reveal springboards.

-  The first three pairs of springboards alternate rising and falling below the
   level of the lava.  You must time them so you land on them when they are
   above the lava level.

-  Follow the next springboards around.  They are moving so you may have to
   stay on one springboard until the next one moves within range.

-  After going across four springboards, you will have to solve a puzzle, of
   sorts.  When you get to the springboard, two more pop up next to it.  Jump
   on the springboard to the right side (as you are looking at it from the
   first springboard up).

-  When you do that, the first springboard disappears and three more appear
   above the two.  Jump to the upper left springboard and a platform with the
   token will rise from the lava.  Jump over to collect it.

| 10.16.3  Task 3:  Ice Skating Idiot |----------------------------------------

-  Go into the Port-O-Head and change into Patrick.  Then go to the edge of the
   lake where the Freezy Fruit and Watermelon are.

-  Toss the Freezy Fruit into the lake and immediately toss the watermelon in.
   Then jump down.

-  You must move quickly on this.  Pick up the watermelon and throw it on the
   pressure plate.  Then run across to the open cave on the other side to get
   the token.

-  By now, the lake has "thawed".  Use the Freezy Fruit in the cave and run
   over to the springboard in the corner to return to where you started from.

-  Repeat the above except go right to unlock task number six.

| 10.16.4  Task 4:  Spongeball Challenge |-------------------------------------

This challenge will definitely put your reflexes to the test.  Be patient on
this one since there is no timer.

-  You first must move past three steam vents.  You must move quickly by them
   since they will blast you off the path if you aren't moving quick enough.
   The best way to get by them is to roll toward them when you pass.

-  You will be pushed to the opposite side of the path to the next one.  Do
   this on the third one and you have cleared this obstacle.

-  Two propellers spinning side-by-side are the next obstacle.  You will notice
   that a steam vent blasts across each of them.  The best time to get on the
   blade is when the steam vent is blowing steam.  The reason is because it
   will quit when you get next to it.

-  Go over to the other blade and that vent should also stop.  Get back on the
   path and continue.

-  By this time, the spiral should be pretty easy.  Avoid the fan in the middle
   and get to the wooden platform on the other side.

-  You will see a break in the path with a steam vent blasting steam upward.
   Get some speed and go across this gap.  That steam will float you over the
   gap and to the other side.

-  The next problem is another grid of yellow, blue, and red panels.  They are
   arranged in two 2x3 grids with moving brownish-orange platforms between the
   two grids.  Watch the pattern and get across.

-  Once across, you will see two steam vents to the left while the path slants
   right.  Get as close to these vents as possible and when they quit shooting
   steam, zip by them.

-  There is another steam vent blasting steam upward.  This time, though, the
   steam comes and goes.  You must cross when the steam is active.  Also, you
   must hit it at the highest point to collect the Treasure Chest.  Treasure
   Chest #3.

-  The next obstacle may be a bit tricky.  You will see two four-length blue
   blocks moving back and forth to two stationary blocks.  A steam vent sits on
   either side.  Time the way the blocks move and get to the stationary block,
   then go across the other moving blocks to make it to the other side.

-  Use the steam discharge from the seven vents as a path, and get across to
   the other side.  Follow the path around to collect the token.

| 10.16.5  Task 5:  Bungee Challenge |-----------------------------------------

The areas are arranged as so:

Area 1:  Two Targets
Area 2:  Four Targets
Area 3:  Four Targets

This one may be a challenge.  The first area has one line of electric current
running left to right and vice-versa.  The second area has a line of electric
current running left to right and vice-versa and another running up and down
and vice-versa.  The third area has three lines of electric current arranged
in a circle.  It goes out briefly at regular intervals.  Again, for all three
areas, time them so you can hit the targets and avoid the currents.  Take out
all ten targets and you get the token.

| 10.16.6  Task 6:  Combat Arena Challenge |-----------------------------------

This is the nastiest combat you will ever face.  This time you get to play
Patrick.  When it starts, it shows only one enemy.  Look around and you will
see a lone jellyfish.  Take him down to win the challenge.

/  10.17  Mission 17:  Drive of the Knucklehead-McSpazitron /__________________

Treasure Chests:  4
Heavy Iron's Time:  2:29

Seems that Spongebob and Patrick are heading back to Bikini Bottom.
Unfortunately, Plankton has made a few changes since they have been away.

| 10.17.1  Task 1:  Chaos Ahead, Expect Delays |-------------------------------

There are only a couple of shortcuts in this mission.  You will have to avoid
four areas where you can get trapped and fail this mission.  You can collect
all Treasure Chests at this time.

-  When you start out, get the nitrous because you will come upon a Plankton
   statue in the process of falling onto the road.  Use the nitrous (if needed)
   to get by.

-  You will get to a fountain with a ramp.  To the right are small Plankton
   statues.  Go over and run into one to start a domino effect.  At the end,
   they will break through a buildings wall and reveal a shortcut.  Get the
   Treasure Chest at the beginning of this shortcut.  Treasure Chest #1.

-  Keep going through and you will reach an area where you can go right on a
   collapsing road or left through a tunnel.  Go left and then go left again
   before you get to the water.

-  Follow this tunnel around to collect a Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #2.

-  You will make it to an arch with three openings.  Two random opening will
   close leaving only one open.  You must quickly get through the open one
   before it closes also.

-  When you exit, start pouring on the speed because you have to get by an
   overhanging block that is dropping.

-  You will then enter the park from the other way.  This time, though, the
   park is covered in oil wells and hot sauce bottles.

-  Follow the path until you see a fallen Plankton statue, oil well, and
   crane.  The Treasure Chest lies behind these items.  Treasure Chest #3.

-  Continue along the path and avoid falling rocks.  You will eventually make
   it to a ramp that leads to a building.  Take the ramp and jump into the
   opening of the building.  This is another timed event so be quick.

-  You will go through the hall and break out the other side.  Now turn around
   and you will see another room under the one you just drove over.  In the
   back is the Treasure Chest.  Treasure Chest #4.

-  Exit and follow the road out.  You will end up at the Krusty Krab and your
   reward will also be waiting.

| 10.17.2  Task 2:  Time Challenge |-------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  3:00

Use the path from Chapter 10.17.1

| 10.17.3  Task 3:  Ring Challenge |-------------------------------------------

Time Limit:  N/A

Pretty straightforward challenge.  Just follow the rings.  Some rings may be
moving so adjust accordingly.

| 10.17.4  Task 4:  Macho Time Challenge |-------------------------------------

Time Limit:  2:35

Use the path from Chapter 10.17.1

/  10.18  Mission 18:  Turn the Tables on Plankton /___________________________

Treasure Chests:  0

It's the end of the line...finally.  The boys have King Neptune's Crown but
Plankton has played his last card.  Seems that King Neptune is also a Bucket-
head so Spongebob and Patrick are going to have to set things right.

| 10.18.1  Task 1:  Defeat Buckethead King Neptune |---------------------------

Spongebob gets to deal with the good king on this one.  King Neptune has a
couple of attacks in his arsenal:  First, he can use fire or electricity from
his trident; second, he has a laser that can be use to auto-target his victim.

The goal is for Spongebob to spin all five mirrors so they are facing King
Neptune.  Then he needs to run over to the frozen Mr. Krabs and wait.  When
King Neptune fires his laser, it will reflect off Mr. Krabs and bounce between
the mirrors so they hit the kings bucket and stun him.  You will have to re-
adjust the mirrors after every hit.

Spongebob then needs to fire a Sonic Wave to knock some of King Neptune's
health down.  Continue this pattern until King Neptune is defeated.  Below are
how things work:

-  King Neptune attacks with a "rope" of fire.  Make sure you jump over it when
   you are running, and realize you may have to change direction multiple

-  Once a third of his health is down, King Neptune switches to electricity.
   The best way to hide from this attack is to get on the popped out board
   behind Mr. Krabs.

-  Once two-thirds of his health is gone, King Neptune collapsing almost the
   entire floor.  You will now have to jump between floor sections to get to
   the mirrors and Mr. Krabs.

-  As before, set up all the mirrors and wait for the fireworks to begin.  Once
   that is accomplished, your reward is the token plus Plankton being "helped"
   out.  Scene fade.

******************************** U N I T  V ***********************************

| 11.  ABILITIES AND UPGRADES |================================================

Both Spongebob and Patrick have special abilities that will allow them to get
through the game.  The first ability is already given.  It is the Spin attack.
After that, you must earn enough Goofy Goober Tokens to acquire the other

In addition to acquiring the moves, you can also upgrade their moves to a macho
level.  This enables them to destroy more enemies in one shot, increases the
damage radius, or allows a longer time for the attack to continue.  In order to
upgrade, you must earn manliness points.  For a certain number of points, you
will earn an upgrade point which can be applied to any stat (including the
health stat).

Below are the abilities and also the upgrade chart.

/ 11.1  Spongebob's Abilities /________________________________________________

Spongebob starts off with three health points and the Karate Spin.

| 11.1.1  Karate Spin |--------------------------------------------------------

When acquired  :  Starts with
Tokens required:  N/A
Upgrade        :  More power; able to deflect shots

Spongebob's basic attack.  Try to upgrade as quickly as possible so you can
deflect enemy shots from Flingers, Turrets, Poppers, and Mervyns.

| 11.1.2  Bash |---------------------------------------------------------------

When acquired  :  Mission 4
Tokens required:  5
Upgrade        :  Delayed explosive Bash

Allows you to hit overhead targets.  The upgrade allows you to leave your glove
as a delayed timer bomb.  It will go off in about three seconds.

| 11.1.3  Spongebowl |---------------------------------------------------------

When acquired  :  Mission 10
Tokens required:  20
Upgrade        :  Explosive ball

Enables Spongebob to utilize spinner switches and to hit targets at a distance.
When upgraded, the Spongebowl also comes with an explosive radius which can
destroy more enemies along its path.  In addition, it allows you to strike
multiple switches if they are close together.

| 11.1.4  Sonic Wave Guitar |--------------------------------------------------

When acquired  :  Mission 16
Tokens required:  40
Upgrade        :  Wider blast radius

Your basic guided missile.  Allows you to strike targets well out of reach.
Good for long-range strikes.  Upgrading gives you a bigger blast radius which
could be handy if the enemies are packed close together.

/ 11.2  Patrick's Abilities /__________________________________________________

Patrick starts off with three health points and the Star Spin.

| 11.2.1  Star Spin |----------------------------------------------------------

When acquired  :  Starts with
Tokens required:  N/A
Upgrade        :  More power, able to deflect shots

Patrick's basic attack.  Try to upgrade as quickly as possible so you can
deflect enemy shots from Flingers, Turrets, Poppers, and Mervyns.

| 11.2.2  Cartwheel |----------------------------------------------------------

When acquired  :  Mission 2
Tokens required:  2
Upgrade        :  Greater damage radius

Allows Patrick to "roll" around and strike multiple enemies or objects.  Up-
grading increases the damage radius so he doesn't have to directly strike one
of the above.

| 11.2.3  Porpoise Smash |-----------------------------------------------------

When acquired  :  Mission 6
Tokens required:  10
Upgrade        :  Stun enemies

The overhead Smash.  Allows Patrick to deal with enemies, such as Spinners,
that cannot be directly attacked from the side.  The upgrade allows Patrick to
also stun enemies.  When combined with the Throw ability, Patrick can use
stunned enemies as weapons.

| 11.2.4  Throw |--------------------------------------------------------------

When acquired  :  Mission 11
Tokens required:  25
Upgrade        :  Longer throwing distance and more power to throw

Allows Patrick to pick up objects and throw them.  When upgraded, it gives him
a greater distance he can throw and adds more power to his throw.  Allows him
to destroy enemies with one shot.

/ 11.3  Upgrade Chart /________________________________________________________

To get upgrades, you must acquire Manliness Points.  These points are gotten by
destroyed items or enemies.  In addition, you can also pick them up (in the
form of weights) along your path.  The point values for these weights are (they
are color coded):

Red Weights   :   1
Yellow Weights:   2
Green Weights :   5
Blue  Weights :  10
Purple Weights:  50

You also get bonus points for killing multiple enemies or destroying multiple
objects.  These points are based on how many Manliness Points you already have.
These points range from 1 to 200 points.  Chapter 11.4 will list the Manliness
Point spread for the enemies and items taken out.

Both Spongebob and Patrick require a total of seven upgrades to be totally
upgraded.  This translates to three more health points and the four abilities.
This means you will need 14 upgrade points total.  The chart below will
enumerate the upgrade points as if you didn't upgrade.


                           | UPGRADE # | MNPTRE |
                           |     1     |    250 |
                           |     2     |  1,500 |
                           |     3     |  3,000 |
                           |     4     |  5,000 |
                           |     5     |  7,000 |
                           |     6     |  9,000 |
                           |     7     | 11,000 |
                           |     8     | 14,000 |
                           |     9     | 17,000 |
                           |    10     | 20,000 |
                           |    11     | 23,000 |
                           |    12     | 27,000 |
                           |    13     | 31,000 |
                           |    14     | 35,000 |

/ 11.4  Manliness Point Calculations /_________________________________________

As you acquire Manliness points, all enemies and items can be worth more or
less depending on how many you have going into a mission.  The reason, I
suspect, is to make you move forward to gain more points and not try to
accumulate them by constantly going back to the "easy" missions.

This system also applies to certain tasks that may accumulate points.  These
tasks are the Combat Arena Challenge, Floating Block Challenge, and Spongeball
Challenge.  These also will be indicated on the chart.

Points are given as a range.  Anything below the first number is classified as
a low value and anything above the second number is classified as a high value.
All other values are classified as normal.  In Chapter 12, three values will be
given:  They will be High, Normal, and Low.  To figure out how many Manliness
points you will get for a particular enemy, just look at how many Manliness
points you already have and figure out which mission you are on.  Look at the
table of values to see where the low and high points lie.  Then, using the
numbers in Chapter 12, you can determine what a particular enemy or item is

You also get Manliness points for destroying multiple objects.  The more
objects destroyed at one time, the more Manliness points you will get as a

The table of values is as follows (NOTE:  If multiple missions or tasks use the
same range, it will be noted.  In addition, tasks will be denoted by chapter
number. i.e. task 10.4.4 for example):

                    LEGEND:  HV=HIGH VALUE; LV=LOW VALUE

      | MISSION OR TASK                              |   LV   |   HV   |
      | MISSIONS 1 - 3                               |      0 |  4,200 |
      | MISSIONS 4 & 5; TASK 10.4.4; TASK 10.4.6     |  4,201 |  8,200 |
      | MISSIONS 6 - 8; TASK 10.6.5                  |  8,201 | 14,700 |
      | MISSIONS 9 & 10; TASK 10.10.4                | 14,701 | 20,900 |
      | MISSIONS 11 & 12; TASK 10.11.5; TASK 10.11.6 | 20,901 | 25,800 |
      | MISSIONS 13 - 15                             | 25,801 | 29,800 |
      | MISSIONS 16 - 18; TASK 10.16.4               | 29,801 | 35,500 |

NOTE:  TASKS 10.2.5, 10.6.6, 10.10.6, AND 10.16.6 ONLY HAVE A LV OF 0 AND A HV
       OF 1

The point values of combinations are listed below.  In order to achieve a
combination, each item must be destroyed within approximately one second of the
last item in the chain.

         HV=HIGH VALUE

                          |  #  |  LV |  NM | HV |
                          | 0-2 |   0 |   0 |  0 |
                          |  3  |   4 |   2 |  1 |
                          |  4  |   6 |   3 |  1 |
                          |  5  |  10 |   5 |  1 |
                          |  6  |  20 |  10 |  1 |
                          |  7  |  30 |  15 |  1 |
                          |  8  |  40 |  20 |  1 |
                          |  9  |  50 |  25 |  1 |
                          | 10  |  60 |  30 |  1 |
                          | 11  |  80 |  40 |  1 |
                          | 12  | 100 |  50 |  1 |
                          | 13  | 120 |  60 |  1 |
                          | 14  | 150 |  75 |  1 |
                          | 15  | 200 | 100 |  1 |

| 12.  ENEMIES AND ITEMS |=====================================================

Both Spongebob and Patrick will need to defeat their enemies and be able to
manipulate items in the game.  These enemies and items have distinct
characteristics.  Also note that most of these enemies have an antenna on top
of their head.  This is an indicator as to whether they are going to attack
Spongebob or Patrick.  Green means they are clueless, Yellow means they are
alert but not ready to attack, Red means they are actively engaging Spongebob
or Patrick.

/ 12.1  Enemies /______________________________________________________________

Although there are only nine named enemies, each of these is a general class.
As you move farther into the missions, the enemies also upgrade and become a
little tougher.  These types will be noted in the description of the enemy.

| 12.1.1  Bucket-O-Tron |------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  100 points
Normal:   50 points
High  :    1 point

Their only purpose in life is to generate monsters.  They can only take one hit
to shut them down permanently.

| 12.1.2  Flinger |------------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  80, 90, or 100 points
Normal:  40, 45, or  50 points
High  :   1 point

As their name implies, they like to throw frozen goo.  Not only does it detract
from the health of Spongebob or Patrick, it also causes the surface they are on
to become very slippery.  This can be especially hazardous when one is on
narrow ledges.  Their shots can be returned to them via the Spin Attack.

| 12.1.3  Fogger |-------------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  20, 30, or 40 points
Normal:  10, 15, or 20 points
High  :   1 point

There are three versions of this enemy.  All share a common trait of exhaling a
toxic cloud.  Getting caught in this cloud subtracts one health point.  After
the Fogger exhales, it retreats so it can recharge.  Type 1 and 2 Foggers take
only one hit but the Type 3 takes two Spins to kill.

| 12.1.4  Jellyfish |----------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  10 points
Normal:   5 points
High  :   1 point

Your basic jellyfish.  They attack with electricity if Spongebob or Patrick get
too close.  They come in regular and Buckethead varieties.

| 12.1.5  Mervyn |-------------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  140, 160, or 200 points
Normal:   70,  80, or 100 points
High  :    1 point

Probably one of the most dangerous enemies in the game.  The Type 1 and 2
Mervyns are only equipped with a laser.  Unfortunately, this laser can not only
drain health quickly, it can also push Spongebob or Patrick away from where
they are going.  The Type 3 launches a rocket which is MIRV (Multiple
Independently-Targeted Reentry Vehicle) capable.  This means that the rocket
breaks up into six MIRV's that home in on Spongebob or Patrick.  These shots
can be returned.

| 12.1.6  Popper |-------------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  120, 130, or 140 points
Normal:   60,  65, or  70 points
High  :    1 point

As their name implies, these enemies like to "hit and run".  The first two
types fire three slow shots while the Type 3 fires six fast shots.  If
Spongebob or Patrick get too close, they dive into the ground and appear else-
where.  They also do this if you make a successful hit on them without
destroying them.  Their shots can be returned.

| 12.1.7  Slammer |------------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  60, 70, or 80 points
Normal:  30, 35, or 40 points
High  :   1 point

These enemies usually carry around a heavy object.  Their claim to fame is the
ability to use this heavy object to reach out and touch someone...namely
Spongebob or Patrick.

| 12.1.8  Spinner |------------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  100, 110, or 170 points
Normal:   50,  55, or  80 points
High  :    1 point

This "master/dog" combination packs a mean punch (as well as bite).  When the
dog starts spinning around its master, only an attack from above can stop him.
They can chew through any obstacle to get to Spongebob or Patrick.

| 12.1.9  Turret |-------------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  40, 50, or 100 points
Normal:  20, 25, or  60 points
High  :   1 point

These enemies will appear out barrels and launch their attack.  The first two
types typically fire a single, slow salvo one way while the Type 3 does it
"machine-gun" style by raking the area back-and-forth.  Their shots can be

/ 12.2  Items /________________________________________________________________

Although there are only nine named enemies, each of these is a general class.
As you move farther into the missions, the enemies also upgrade and become a
little tougher.  These types will be noted in the description of the enemy.

| 12.2.1  Balloon Box |--------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  10 points
Normal:   5 points
High  :   1 point

These are upside-down cardboard boxes on balloons.  They can be used as
stepping-stones or broken apart.

| 12.2.2  Explosive Barrel |---------------------------------------------------

Low   :  20 points
Normal:  10 points
High  :   1 point

Just as the name implies, these barrels explode.  When you get too near them,
you will have approximately three seconds to get clear of the blast radius.
Great for flinging into enemies or blowing apart large walls of objects.

| 12.2.3  Freezy Fruit |-------------------------------------------------------

Freezes goo, lava lakes, rivers, and other bodies of liquid for 18 seconds.

| 12.2.4  Krabby Patties |-----------------------------------------------------

Restores one unit of health to Spongebob, Patrick, or the Patty Wagon

| 12.2.5  Steel Safe |---------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  50 points
Normal:  25 points
High  :   1 point

These virtually indestructible items have many uses.  Besides being used as a
weapon against your enemies, they can also be stacked up to allow access into
higher parts of an area.

| 12.2.6  Teleport Box |-------------------------------------------------------

Use these for shortcuts.  You must open the boxes at either end for them to
work.  This means you may have to navigate the hazards the first time around
but after that, you can go around them.

| 12.2.7  Television Monitor |-------------------------------------------------

Low   :  30 points
Normal:  15 points
High  :   1 point

These items disappear when you get too close.  That means you must hit them
from a distance with either your character's ability or another object.

| 12.2.8  Watermelon |---------------------------------------------------------

Good for solving puzzles, using on pressure plates, or stacking to reach higher
elevations.  Deteriorates over time:  More so when left on the ground.

| 12.2.9  Wood Crate |---------------------------------------------------------

Low   :  4 points
Normal:  2 points
High  :  1 point

Your basic wooden crate.  They are easily shattered by a simple Spin attack.

| 13.  TREASURE CHESTS |=======================================================

Although not required for 100% completion, the Treasure Chests give a variety
of extras to the player that unlocks them.  The Treasure Chests are unlocked
sequentially as you find them.  It doesn't matter what mission or task you are
on, each chest found opens the next one in line until you get all 42 of them.

The Treasure Chests themselves are arranged in a 7x6 grid like this (NOTE:
These numbers will be used later on to show what is in each Treasure Chest):

                       |  1   2   3   4   5   6   7 |
                       |  8   9  10  11  12  13  14 |
                       | 15  16  17  18  19  20  21 |
                       | 22  23  24  25  26  27  28 |
                       | 29  30  31  32  33  34  35 |
                       | 36  37  38  39  40  41  42 |

The following is a breakdown of what each chest contains.  Since a majority of
them contain FMV's, Soundbites, and Artwork, these will be grouped together by
their location numbers on the chart.  For the remaining things, Costume and
Game Mods, they will be explained in more detail.

/ 13.1  Movie /________________________________________________________________

Chests:  1, 6, 8, 13, 15, 18, 21, 23, 26, 29, 35, 38, 40, 42
Icon  :  Film Clip

This represents both the trailers and clips from the original movie in addition
to the in-game movies.

/ 13.2  Sound Bites /__________________________________________________________

Chests:  5, 11, 16, 19, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36
Icon  :  Musical Note

These contain witty sayings from Spongebob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs, and Plankton to
name a few.  Many of these are in the game but there are a few that aren't.
Great for quieting someone up.

/ 13.3  Art /__________________________________________________________________

Chests:  4, 9, 10, 14, 22, 28, 34, 37
Icon   :  Artist's Palette

These are captures of the original artwork that was considered for the game.
It also shows how drawings were fleshed out to show how some of the missions
were put together.

/ 13.4  Costume /______________________________________________________________

Chests:  2, 20, 32, 41
Icon  :  Hanger

This allows you to put an alternate costume on Spongebob and/or Patrick.  It
also allows you to make them totally blank and without features.  Keep in mind
that if you activate two costumes for the same character, the game will default
to the last (highest chest number) costume.  Also be aware that these costumes
may not be available or function on all missions.  The costumes are:

Chest  2:  Mermaid Man Spongebob
Chest 20:  Disco Patrick
Chest 32:  Plain Patrick
Chest 41:  Plain Sponge Spongebob

/ 13.5  Game Mods /____________________________________________________________

Chests:  3, 7, 12, 17, 25, 31, 39
Icon  :  Cog

These are things that allow you to change the appearance of in-game objects or
enemies.  The changes are:

Chest  3:  Long Buckethead Antennas - Extends the length of the antennas on the

Chest  7:  New Targeting Hand - Replaces the old arrow with a bigger arrow with
           a happy face.

Chest 12:  Buckethead Antenna Fountain - Turns the light on top of the antenna
           into a sparkler.

Chest 17:  Fish Hook Hand - Changes the out-of-bounds hand into a hook.

Chest 25:  Tiny Foggers - Reduces the size of the Foggers by about 75%.  They
           can still inflict the same damage, but they are just very small.

Chest 31:  La Cocoracha Horn - Gives the Patty Wagon a new sounding horn.

Chest 39:  Magnetic Pickup -  Allows Patrick or Spongebob to grab objects they
           are close to.

********************************  U N I T  VI *********************************

| 14.  CONCLUSION |============================================================

Spongebob Squarepants:  The Movie is a fast paced, highly energetic game.  It
is both very challenging and very frustrating at times.  THQ did a good job of
integrating the movie with the game.  If you didn't watch the movie, don't
worry, since the game does a great job of explaining the plot.  If you already
saw the movie, then this will be more of a review except you get to be in the
"driver's seat" and play some of the main characters.  There is good replay-
ability as you attempt to get through each task and trying to get all the
Treasure Chests for each mission.  Plus, this game shows how the Spongebob
games, in general, have progressed through the couple of years that they have
been made.  This guide, though, was a lot of fun to write and I hope you get as
much enjoyment out of reading it as I did writing it.  If you do have other
ideas or thoughts, please e-mail me and share them.  Who knows, maybe I'll
start a Q&A chapter in this guide if enough people ask the same questions.
Anyway, thank you again for reading this guide.

To see other FAQ's I have written please go to:


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The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie: FAQ/Walkthrough by War Doc
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  • All versions of this game have backward compatibility.
    • The PlayStation 2 version can be played on old PlayStation 3 units.
    • The GameCube version can be played on various Wii units.
    • The Game Boy Advance version can be played on all DS and DS Lite units.
    • The Xbox version can be played on all Xbox 360 units.
    • The PC version can be played on all older computer units.
  • There is a glitch in the GameCube version where if one holds the X button before starting a Spongeball challenge, the sound of SpongeBob charging a Spongebowl is heard but it never ends unless you die or finish the challenge.
  • The menu theme from the PC version was actually used in another PC game named Age of Sail, a game released by TalonSoft in 1996.
  • In some of his combo moves, SpongeBob can be heard saying "SuperSponge: saving the day!" This is a reference to the PlayStation 1 game SuperSponge.
  • The PC edition is the only version of this game told in chapters.
  • Even though the PC edition is meant for Windows XP, it will run on all versions of Windows from Windows Vista and above without compatibility mode.
  • For some unknown reason, David Hasselhoff is never referred to by his actual name throughout the entire game; instead, bad word #11 (a reference to "Sailor Mouth") is used whenever it is uttered. This possibly might be because of royalty fees or because Nickelodeon didn't have the rights to use his name in video games.
    • However, in the GBA version, he is mentioned by his actual name.
  • Alec Baldwin does not reprise his role of Dennis in this game. Instead, Fred Tatasciore voices him here.
  • This game is the only SpongeBob Heavy Iron game that had Clancy Brown voice Mr. Krabs.
  • In the PC version, the familiar- looking guy (the same one from SpongeBob SquarePants: Employee of the Month) can be seen sitting at a table at the Krusty Krab and Goofy Goober's Ice Cream Party Boat.
  • During the fifth chapter of the PC version, trying to make SpongeBob traverse the trench too soon causes him to say, "It's too foggy to see! I could get eaten by a Grue." This is a reference to Zork I: The Great Underground Empire, a popular PC text adventure, where if one wandered into a dark location without any light source, the player would be unable to see. Shortly thereafter, the text would pop up saying "You were eaten by a Grue."
  • In the PC version, in Squidward's house there is a chalkboard displaying his new phone number and a picture of Flats the Flounder beating up SpongeBob.
  • Although the game is based on the movie, the Hotel Deep Six (Chapter 5) and Dr. Louie's Office (Chapter 6) from the PC version never appear in the actual movie.
  • Both the original DVD from 2005 and the 2014 re-release of The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie contain a demo of the PC version of the game, the demo is exactly the same as the original game, but if you complete the mission in which SpongeBob needs to brush his teeth, a screen which promotes the full version of the game will appear, and after that, the game will close itself.
  • Some scenes from the movie that are used in the game's slideshow cutscenes are different from the movie. For instance, the slideshow cut-scene where SpongeBob and Patrick meet Dennis, where it has been shortened down and Dennis' mask disappears when he is evilly laughing.
  • The game's title on the Mixer website and app is "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Movie" instead of "The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie."
  • When compared to the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions, the GameCube version has dimmer lighting, a lower framerate in driving levels, some details removed and scaled down textures due to the GameCube disc having less space than the PlayStation 2 and Xbox discs (which are DVDs).
  • The PlayStation 2 version of this game would later be bundled with Battle for Bikini Bottom in the Happy Squared Double Pack, which was released on March 3, 2009.
  • The console versions have the same gameplay, while the GameBoy Advance and PC versions each have their own gameplay style.
  • The game was temporarily ported to the PlayStation 3 as a downloadable PS2 classic. However, the port received negative feedback due to many technical issues such as: the 4:3 display being stretched to fill a 16:9 aspect ratio, audio files suffering from delays of over a second during in-game cutscenes, noticeable input lag, and many other unspecified problems. The game was soon pulled from the PlayStation store without an explanation but many believe it was due to the issues.
  • Just before Mindy makes SpongeBob and Patrick "men" (before the level where you slide down the trench), Mindy's golden band around her left wrist vanishes, then appears again.
  • Towards the beginning of the movie, after Plankton has gone over Plan Z with himself, he is standing outside the Chum Bucket and The Chum Bucket is turned at a 90-degree rotation to the left of facing the Krusty Krab. In the next shot, it is facing the Krusty Krab.

The Spongebob Squarepants Movie Video Game - What happens if Patrick enters the SWG challenge

  • Although the Sonic Wave Guitar is designed for SpongeBob, it will inform the player that only SpongeBob can use it if Patrick is standing on the guitar stand instead of him. Despite this, the guitar stand shows a drawing of a starfish on it instead of a sponge.


In the console versions of the game, the player must hold then press certain buttons to activate a cheat while the game is paused.

For the Nintendo GameCube, it must hold L and R and press the following buttons:

  • X, X, Y, Y, X, Y, Y, X - Double Manliness Points
  • X, X, X, X, Y, X, Y, X - Health upgraded to its max
  • X, Y, X, X, Y, X, Y, Y - Unlock all tasks
  • Y, Y, X, Y, X, X, Y, Y - Unlock all moves
  • Y, Y, Y, Y, X, Y, X, X - Unlocks Cave Patrick
  • Y, Y, Y, Y, X, Y, Y, Y - Unlock cave SpongeBob
  • Y, Y, Y, Y, X, Y, X, Y - Unlock Goofy Goober Patrick
  • Y, Y, Y, Y, X, Y, Y, X - Unlock Ripped Pants SpongeBob
  • Y, Y, X, Y, X, X, Y, X - Upgrade all moves

If using the PlayStation ports, hold L1, L2, R1, R2, then press these buttons:

  • Circle, Circle, Square, Square, Circle, Square, Square, Circle - Double Manliness points
  • Square, Square, Square, Square, Circle, Square, Circle, Square - Unlock Goofy Goober Patrick
  • Square, Square, Square, Square, Circle, Square, Circle, Circle - Unlock Patrick Caveman
  • Square, Square, Square, Square, Circle, Square, Square, Square - Unlock SpongeBob Caveman
  • Square, Square, Circle, Square, Circle, Circle, Square, Square - Unlocks all moves
  • Circle, Circle, Circle, Circle, Square, Circle, Square, Circle - Unlocks all six health slots
  • Circle, Square, Circle, Circle, Square, Circle, Square, Square - Unlocks all tasks
  • Square, Square, Circle, Square, Circle, Circle, Square, Circle - Upgrades all moves

Else if using Xbox, the required holding buttons are the same as the GameCube version except that certain cheats do not work on that console port:

  • X,X,X,X,Y,X,Y,X - Goofy Goober Patrick costume
  • X,X,Y,X,X,X,Y,X,X,X,Y,X,X - Have all coins
  • X.X,X,Y,X,X,X,X,X,Y,X,X,X - Max Health
  • X,X,X,X,Y,X,Y,Y - Patrick Caveman costume
  • X,X,X,X,Y,X,X,X - SpongeBob Caveman costume
  • X,X,X,X,Y,X,X,Y - SpongeBob Ripped Shorts costume
  • X,X,X,X,X,X,X,Y,X,X,X,X,X,X,X,Y - Super High Jump
  • X,X,X,Y,X,X,X,Y,X,X,X,Y,X,X,X - Unlock All Extras
  • Y,Y,Y,Y,X,Y,X,Y - Unlock all health
  • X,X,Y,X,Y,Y,X,X - Unlock all moves
  • X,X,Y,X,Y,Y,X,Y - Unlock all moves to macho
  • Y,X,Y,Y,X,Y,X,X - Unlock all tasks
  • X,X,X,X,Y,X,X,X,X,X,Y,X,Y,X,Y,X - Unlock Everything

Easter Eggs


The Spongebob Squarepants Movie - Spongebob speaking but with Patrick's lines

  • In the level "Shell City, Dead Ahead," an old license plate reads "HVY IRN," an acronym of "Heavy Iron," the game's developer. Also, a golf iron has "Heavy Iron" embedded into it.
  • In the level "Three... Thousand Miles to Shell City," the character that is not playing can be seen balancing on a rock, then falling off in the background.
  • If a player enables all tasks with in-game cheats on the console versions of the game, it is possible for SpongeBob to use Patrick's voice in "I'm Ready... Depression" at the area where Patrick receives the Cartwheel move after obtaining two Goofy Goober tokens. To achieve that, make sure you are playing a new game and enable the tasks cheat, go to the I'm Ready... Depression section and go to the Sonic Wave Guitar challenge there, when you're on the guitar board, jump down to the room where the Goofy Goober token is nearby the wall and switch to SpongeBob. When playing as SpongeBob, perform a wall jump back up to the guitar deck and jump off to the beginning of the level and playthrough until you reach the area where Mindy will give Patrick the Cartwheel technique. However, SpongeBob cannot stick his tongue on the ice block here. To bypass the need for that, jump on the pipes, then jump off and use Karate Spin to reach the other side of the room. When you reach the room with Mindy and it comes to SpongeBob talking, you will hear Patrick's lines. When you have two or more tokens, she will reward Patrick the Cartwheel technique using SpongeBob. When using SpongeBob in this room and not the first time speaking with Mindy, she will say "Well Hello There SpongeBob" instead of telling him that he still needs the required tokens to unlock the technique.
  • The robots from the preceding SpongeBob game, Battle for Bikini Bottom, make a cameo in the game as rotting junk in "Shell City, Dead Ahead".
  • In the PC version, in Squidward's house, there is a chalkboard displaying his new phone number and a picture of Flats the Flounder beating up SpongeBob from "The Bully."
  • In "Welcome to Planktopolis... Minions," when the player gets through the "Monument-al Destruction" task and the play are facing the lava pit, drop down to the right lower ledge and keep going right. When the player passes the corner, it will say "Heavy Iron's best times" with a leaderboard showing all the fastest racing times of the members of Heavy Iron Studios.
    • There's a jumpable area In the beginning of the level, where you're able to leave the main map and the game starts to glitch after awhile, this also happens when you jump off the map.
  • In "Welcome to Planktopolis... Minions," there is a part where one can see Patrick swinging and hanging from the ceiling while wearing a suit.
  • In PC version, when Plankton arrives in Neptune's castle, a graffiti can be seen on his left, which says "King Neptune is Baldy, I am not!"
  • In the level "Sundae Driving" inside the Goober World building, the player can see a piece concept art from Battle for Bikini Bottom.
  • In the level "Drive of the Knucklehead-McSpazitron," when the road is blocked, Patrick will occasionally say: "Maybe we shouldn't have stopped to use our gift receipt for Deam's Little Shop of Dried Fish Flakes and Flowers." This references Battle for Bikini Bottom as SpongeBob received a gift receipt for the same store when he defeated Robo-Sandy.
  • In the level "Three... Thousand Miles to Shell City," there is a combat area in the game. The combat area has 2 Spawners, 3 Krabby Patties, and a few shiny things. The player can only access this area once, after that one will no longer be able to access it again.
  • In the level I'm Ready, Depression, if you swap characters. Instead of playing as a normal SpongeBob. You'll play as the drunken SpongeBob that pops up during the level.

Episode references

This game makes many references to the show. Despite that this game is based on the movie there are some references to the show.

  • SpongeGar and Patar from "Ugh" can be used cheat code for a costume for both SpongeBob and Patrick.
  • SpongeBob's unlockable costume is him in his Mermaid Man outfit from "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy".
  • SpongeBob's unlockable costume is him in his swim trunks from the episode "Ripped Pants".
  • SpongeBob and Patrick had some costumes that were never in the game from concept art from the episodes "Frankendoodle", "Big Pink Loser", "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy", "Bubble Buddy".
  • In the episode "Hooky," SpongeBob gets his pants caught on a fishing hook. In some points of the game, SpongeBob can bungee-jump on the fishing hooks, with his pants caught on them of course.
  • Both of the gloves SpongeBob uses to punch himself from "I'm Your Biggest Fanatic" are used from SpongeBob's attacks.
  • During the intro of the PC version, after when Plankton hits one of the plum trees of Bikini Atoll and lands in the water he says "Well, this stinks." this line was from the episode "Plankton!"
  • In SpongeBob's Pineapple, the player will see the same pictures of SpongeBob from "Frankendoodle" and "Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy II".
  • A drawing of Flats the Flounder from "The Bully" can be seen in Squidward's house in the PC version.
  • Robot SpongeBob from "Welcome to the Chum Bucket" appears in the second level and final level in the PC version.


Storyboard Scenes

Upgrade Screens

International covers

Promotion Art


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Video games (VE)

Battle for Bikini BottomBattle for Bikini Bottom - RehydratedCreature from the Krusty KrabDrawn to Life: SpongeBob SquarePants EditionEmployee of the MonthLegend of the Lost SpatulaLights, Camera, Pants!Nighty NightmareOperation Krabby PattyPlankton's Robotic RevengeRevenge of the Flying DutchmanSpongeBob SquigglePantsSpongeBob vs. The Big One: Beach Party Cook-OffSpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantisSpongeBob's Boating BashSpongeBob SquarePants Diner DashSpongeBob Diner Dash 2SpongeBob's Surf & Skate RoadtripSpongeBob Moves In!SpongeBob's Truth or SquareSuperSpongeSpongeBob HeroPantsThe SpongeBob SquarePants MovieThe Flying DutchmanThe Yellow AvengerUnderpants Slam!

Nicktoons: Attack of the ToybotsNicktoons: Battle for Volcano IslandNickelodeon Kart RacersNickelodeon Party BlastNickelodeon Toon Twister 3-DNicktoons BasketballNicktoons Freeze Frame FrenzyNicktoons MLBNicktoons Movin'Nicktoons RacingNicktoons Unite!Nicktoons Winners Cup RacingSpongeBob SquarePants featuring Nicktoons: Globs of Doom

Bikini Bottom 500Nicktoons Nitro

The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (VE)

Characters: Princess MindyDennisDavid HasselhoffCyclopsPerch PerkinsSquireRoyal crown polisherGoofy GooberWalter the WaiterFloyd and LloydBoat jackerVictorDJTwinsFrogfishIce cream ladyMr. WhiskersGiant eelTrench monstersMaximusAlexander Clam BellShell City creaturesPhilFishermanThe PiratesCaptain Bart the PirateMERVFoggerFlingerJesterBiologistDollyDr. Lumbar LouieOctavioPopperRobed fishTurretSpinnerSlammerCharles Winthorp

Locations: Krusty Krab 2PlanktopolisGoofy Goober's Ice Cream Party BoatShell CityThe County LineGasThug TugIce cream (location)King Neptune's castleSurf

Objects: King Neptune's crownMagical bag of windsThe tear of the Goofy GoobersPlan ZHair in a CanChum Bucket bucket helmetNitroManliness pointsGoober dollarsGoober MealGoofy Goober guitarGoofy Goober tokensIce blockSpawnerSonic Wave Guitar ringsToothy ToothpasteTreasure chestTriple Gooberberry Sunrise

Songs: Goofy Goober SongNow That We're MenGoofy Goober RockOcean ManSpongeBob and Patrick Confront the Psychic Wall of EnergyJust a KidThe Best Day Ever

Shorts: Pants-CassoWatch MeAround the WorldInterview with CarlosWatch

Miscellaneous: DVDVHSUMD videoBlu-rayBookVideo game3D gameCine-Manga bookMagazineRoad Trip in 3-D!Ice-Cream DreamsTrouble at the Krusty Krab!Bubble Blowers, Beware!Are We There Yet?I'm Ready!Shell City, Here We Come!Bring on the Rock!Hold Your Sea Horses!SoundtrackBest Day Ever marathonPromo CDNASCAR raceMovies & TV CollectionNickelodeon Splat Pack!Quad Pack: Volume 1Double Feature Volume 13 Movie Pack3 Movie Pack Volume 2Nickelodeon 6-Movie CollectionThe SpongeBob Movie Double PackSpongeBob Double FeatureThe SpongeBob SquarePants Double FeatureKids Double PackThe SpongeBob Movie Collection DVDThe SpongeBob Movie Collection Blu-RayThe SpongeBob 3-Movie CollectionLimited Edition 2 DVD Box SetReally Big Box SetSpongeBob StarPantsSpongeBob Z-A CountdownThe Absorbing Tale Behind The SpongeBob SquarePants MovieInside the Pineapple with David HasselhoffCase of the Sponge "Bob"

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