SpongeBob SquarePants games are more numerous than fish in the sea, but what are the best SpongeBob games? To answer that question, you've got to find yourself a list of SpongeBob games ranked by user votes! Guess what? You've found it. A yellow smiling sponge makes for an unlikely gaming hero, but there are many, many games about SpongeBob and you can vote up your favorites here.
Whether you want to travel to the depths of Atlantis in SpongeBob's Atlantis SquarePantis, or just playing some spongeball in Nicktoons Basketball, there's a crazy big number of SpongeBob video games to choose from. Wanna race? Nicktoons Winners Cup Racing is just for you!So vote up your favorite games under the sea! Add any SquarePants games we may have missed and rerank to create your own list of the best SpongeBob SquarePants video games!
- SpongeBob Moves In! is an app that was released on June 6, 2013 by Nickelodeon and MTV Networks© Viacom International Inc. SpongeBob Moves In is a city-building app that lets you experience what it is like to be in Bikini Bottom. The player plays as SpongeBob. The app is now available on iTunes and the Google Play Store. It is for iPhones, iPod touches (3rd, 4th and 5th generations), iPads and Androids. This app is $3.99 USD and £1.96 GBP.SpongeBob Moves In! is a city-building app that lets you experience what it is like to be in Bikini Bottom. It also provides information on characters that was not told in the show. The player will learn about Sandy before going into the Ocean and get to see tons of short videos with all of the characters in the show. The player will also get to see Bikini Bottom grow as the player builds Bikini Bottom up.
- SpongeBob SquarePants Typing is a good alternative to drill-based typing software. It runs the risk of boring some students, but for SpongeBob fans it's a big win, featuring all the goofy characters that make the popular Nickelodeon show silly fun. While the game has playful art and a comical story that has the player helping SpongeBob in a typing tourney, learners will inevitably tune in to what the "lessons" truly offer -- less a game than typing practice. The upside is that developers pepper practice drills with gamelike interludes that do well in breaking up the tedium involved with practicing QWERTY. With 17 lessons and multiple levels of challenge, it gives teachers and students options, though students are likely to be drawn to "Glove World," the shortcut to games that are more fun.
- Nicktoons Movin' is a video game for the PlayStation 2. In Nicktoons Movin’, the player will watch as SpongeBob and Patrick host the game, but alongside mini games influenced by the SpongeBob SquarePants cartoon, the player will find some influenced by Jimmy Neutron, Rocket Power, Danny Phantom and Fairy Odd Parents. They are all inspired by an episode in the cartoon series, a part of which is shown prior to the mini game in order to set it up. The game includes 1 mini game inspired by these series. They can be played in three difficulty modes and the change is readily apparent as the difficult mode (Jimmy, a nod to Jimmy Neutron’s genius kid) is much more involved than Patrick (the easy mode).