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Spongebob Squigglepants - uDraw
In SpongeBob's most crazy, creative adventure yet, be prepared to laugh your SquigglePants off as you tilt, flick, tap and draw through more than 100 Nanogames set in six zany worlds. SpongeBob SquigglePants puts you in the driver's seat for a dizzying series of lightening-speed Nanogames, giving you mere seconds to finish one before moving right on to the next. Within this rapid-fire succession of challenges, SpongeBob SquigglePants exposes players to never-before-seen SpongeBob art styles from the Nickelodeon vault. SpongeBob SquigglePants also lets players digitally draw, paint, color and choose from dozens of SpongeBob-themed stamps, using the uDraw to create a masterpiece worthy of a place in Patchy's own collection of SpongeBob art, or their own refrigerator, thanks to the uDraw's exclusive ability to export art to the Wii's SD card slot. The entire game is hosted by SpongeBob's biggest fan, Patchy the Pirate, in a never-before-seen live action experience for an added level of under-the-sea silliness.
Tilt, flick, tap and draw through more than 100 Nanogame challenges, frantically timed for laugh-out-loud and fast-paced excitement
Never-before-seen SpongeBob art collections unlocked from the Nickelodeon vault and featured in six zany worlds
President of SpongeBob's fan club, Patchy the Pirate, serves as a guide for the game in a never-before-seen live action experience adding hilarity and under the sea silliness
Create, color and draw anything imaginable with custom paint, palettes, stamps and art tools fit for Patchy's own collection of SpongeBob art, or your own refrigerator
uDraw GameTablet capability enables players to save, share and print their artwork
||April 12, 2011|
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26 of 27 found the following review helpful:
It's a total blastApr 16, 2011
By Jeffrey R
I could only find a couple of reviews online for this game, but after playing it with the family and taking turns doing these "nanogames," I had to let people on Amazon know that the REVIEWERS ARE COMPLETELY WRONG. Of course, they are reviews from video game websites so these people have a warped idea of what makes a "good" video game. But let me say this: WAY better than "Epic Mickey," because it's actually fun and humorous and colorful. It's got a LOT of play value, and my kids were laughing throughout the whole thing while we adults were trying to get the Udraw away from them so we could take a turn. You don't have to know anythingat all about video games to play it. It's a blast. One downside is that there is no way to have "multi player" and also after about 20 minutes you feel like you want to put it aside for a while but we think that's a good thing because it means we'll come back to it again and again. This was a GREAT game to purchase for our family and if you like SpongeBob or you just want to have a little fun with your video games that doesn't reqiure you sit there for five hours at a time, give this a shot, because I am betting you will LOVE IT - whether or not you have kids!
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Favorite uDraw game!Aug 23, 2011
By Cherise Kachelmuss
"Mom and More"
We are big Spongebob fans in our house and Spongebob Squigglepants was actually the game that pushed us to get the uDraw Tablet for the Wii. It is a game with so much jam packed in it that I haven't even played with half of the game yet. The game starts out with the actual Patchy the Pirate skits and from there you start exploring different picture frames.
The big part of this game is Nanogames, which are basically minigames. You have to complete 20 challenges without dying to beat the level. If you loose five times in a nanogame then you have to start all over. You use the uDraw tablet then to draw lines, tilt the board, flick items, drag, tap to take a picture and more. You see a brief description of what you need to do and then the game pops up, you have to be quick! If you are looking to draw you can check out the Art Studio where you can use Spongebob stamps and just free-draw. You can even save your masterpieces to an SD card for your computer but I haven't tried that out yet. My boys (3 and 4) really like drawing and stamping in the game as it is a little too quick for them to play on their own. I like the game though as it keeps me on my toes and allows me to do a bunch of fun activities on my uDraw. This is definitely my favorite uDraw game.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
fun bunch of mimigamesJun 12, 2011
This is a fun but short game. It is good that it is priced like a DS game. It has about the same depth but much better graphics. My daughter loves it and atleast we have another game she can use her udraw on. Not many out there right now. When I bought the udraw I didn't realize it was made by thq not Nintendo. All in all, I am still glad I bought it. Getting lots of use atleast.
1 of 1 found the following review helpful:
fun! (but frustrating for little ones)Feb 22, 2012
By Chel Micheline
This game was primarily for my six year old daughter who is sort of an "expert" Wii player. She's been able to pick up any game she's played with ease and work her way through them.
However, "Spongebob Squigglepants" had her in a tizzy. It's NOT for the easily frustrated. The gameplay is simple, but it takes a while to get the feel for what you need to be doing on screen.
Don't get me wrong- this is a FUN game. Very simple graphics, VERY quick playing. This is not a complex and well- rendered and developed Wii game. It's simple and fast. The first set of mini-games are split second- swat off some flies, turn a crank, match two cards (so much harder than it sounds!). And if you can't master them, there's nothing else to do in the game! My husband and I had a blast trying to figure out the games and beat the VERY FAST time, but my daughter hated it. I think as we play more and more and we are able to get the hang of each challenge, it will become a favorite, but I wouldn't present it to a younger child and leave the room because they'll wind up either turning it off and never playing it again or coming to you in tears.
You know what this game reminds me of? WarioWare: Smooth Moves It's VERY similar- the funky, simply rendered graphics, the gameplay. But my daughter loves that game.
So, your mileage may vary. i think this would be great for older kids. But for kids that actually watch the show? I don't know...
3 of 4 found the following review helpful:
Very fun in short sessions, not great replay valueJun 22, 2011
By D. Eno
My kids had a blast plowing through the mini-games, striving for 100% (close but not quite). After a couple of play-throughs it's gathered dust with most of the other Wii games now that they are both over 10 and into Xbox games more. I'd say worth the cost, the best game we've tried for the UDraw, just don't be upset once it's been played it doesn't come out again.
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