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ZOOM SpongeBob Squarepants
Employee Of The Month
$19.95 (Win95/98/Me/2000/XP) (Retail) (SPONGEMPPR)

Publisher: THQ

Comic Mischief

Ratings:

from Four Fat Chicks

This Month's Winner Is.........

Once again it's time for the Krusty Krab to name its Employee of the Month. And this month's winner is…SpongeBob SquarePants for the 27th consecutive month! In honor of this momentous occasion, Mr. Krabs has generously given SpongeBob tickets to the greatest amusement park ever built under the ocean - Neptune's Paradise. But will he ever get there?

Features:

Sea-riffic adventure game with 3 worlds to explore including Bikini Bottom, Rock Bottom & Bottoms Up!

Includes 18 areas with tons of challenges!

Play as SpongeBob SquarePants as he interacts with all of the favorites from the hit TV show, including Patrick Star, Sandy Cheeks, Mr. Krabs, and Squidward. Plus the introduction of the new characters Cowfish Craig, Gary Gulper, and Marty the Chicken of the Sea

Requirements:

Win95/98/Me/2000/XP: Pentium II 266 MHz (400MHz recommended) 32 MB RAM (64 recommended) 8X CD ROM 4 MB Video Card (hardware accelerator recommended) 16-bit Sound Blaster Compatible Mouse 500 MB HD Space .


Reviews:

Four Fat Chicks by Jen

"So ... yes, indeedy, boys and girls, it is in fact an adventure game ... but it's kid stuff. Now it just so happens that I love the cartoon SpongeBob, which appears on the cable channel Nickelodeon. I watch it alongside my kids on a regular basis, often enough that I'd think it safe to say I've seen every episode at least once. The game is pretty true to the TV show in terms of humor and presentation, even down to employing the same TV voice actors for the game's main characters."

"Employee of the Month is not at all a difficult game, which is to be expected given that it is aimed at kids. But I don't think it would even be overly challenging for your average eight-year-old...Anyway, I do recommend Employee of the Month to parents who are hoping to mold their children into future adventure gamers and, of course, to the SpongeBob aficionado of any age..."




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