The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie game, released one year after this game, shares the same developer, many gameplay elements with it, and is sometimes considered a spiritual successor. He builds a machine called the Duplicatotron and uses it to create an army of robots, which he plans to use to destroy the Krusty Krab and succeed in his long-time goal. Although the plan goes smoothly at first, the robots start to rebel against Plankton when he gave them their first order, and soon after, Plankton realizes his fatal error. He forgot to set the "Obey Plankton" switch to "Obey. Patrick explains to SpongeBob that if he puts the toy robots in the shell, says the magic words and shakes it, the next morning he will be rewarded with real robots to play with.
To be honest, the game wasn't exactly revolutionary. Gameplay-wise, it was a fairly generic action-adventure title with 3D platformer elements. The game's expansive world is loaded with references and landmarks straight from the show. It's kind of like the brilliant Simpsons: Hit And Run in that respect. Considering that the game was released around the peak of SpongeBob SquarePants ' popularity, you can understand why so many fondly remember what is considered to be a cult classic.
The player attempts to defend Bikini Bottom from an invasion of robots created by Plankton with a machine called the Duplicatotron , who has lost control of them. The playable characters are SpongeBob, Patrick, and Sandy. However, for the PC version, the game is a series of minigames. To defeat these robots, SpongeBob, Patrick, and Sandy have to collect golden spatulas, which allow them to advance to different parts of town and eventually enter the Chum Bucket.
This videogame has not yet been released. The information about this videogame may rapidly change as soon as more information becomes available. It is a remake of Battle for Bikini Bottom , which was released in