Summary: Spongebob video games have never really had the best track record, but they had shown their potential in or . This especially applies to the Nicktoons games, considering the amount of fanservice the series plays with. However, in the end, those games haven't really paid off well. Or at least...not as well as they should have. Enter Globs of Doom, the latest crossover escapade, with Nickelodeon's biggest cash cow front and center. So I thought, anyway.
OK game for under 10 crowd, Serious save game flaw
A. Guma, Amazon
15 September 2010
Summary: My 6 year old really likes this game (as well as a couple of 8 year old neighbors) and I admit I enjoy playing it sometimes as well. The difficulty level is not too high, in fact given that when you die you restart from that same point (but lose a small number of coins), the game is too easy for me at times, but I can see how it reduces the frustration for kids.
Summary: I bought this game becouse it has invader zim in it. I give this 3 stars becouse of all the flaws. this shipped fast & in good condition. all threw the game it glitches! from walking backwards to other graphic flaws! it should have been recalled. the angels on the cam sucks & at times you cant even see what your doing.the game doesnt tell what to do or even tell you when to hit the + sighn . if your a fan of the nick shows pick it up but dont pay much for it .
Summary: My son really enjoys this game. The game features a number of the Nick Toon characters which he likes to watch. You and another player (either CPU or human) battle glob like aliens from space who have captured your friends and it's up to you to free them. In the one player game you are able to switch back and forth between the two characters on screen. When two human players are participating the game runs into problems however.