Remaster Spongebob Squarepants: Employee of the Month - PC

Remaster Spongebob Squarepants: Employee of the Month - PC

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Imagine this. It's 2002. You just got out of school and come home to play SpongeBob Squarepants: Employee of the Month on your PC. You're exploring the open-world of Bikini Bottom. Life is good. Am I the only one who remembers? I hope not!

SpongeBob SquarePants has been awarded the Krusty Krab's Employee of the Month award. In honor of the occasion, Mr. Krabs has given SpongeBob tickets to the greatest underwater amusement park ever, Neptune's Paradise, but who knows where the park is? Kids help him get there by completing tasks, exploring the environs and gathering clues to the park's location. The game is a lot like a Freddi Fish adventure in which you explore, meet characters, collect items to solve problems, and so on. Kids make choices on where to go and what to do by reading and selecting dialogue lines, providing a natural means of boosting both reading and logic skills. Testers enjoyed the program, but older kids finished in just a couple hours. It's best for six to nine-year children.

Follow SpongeBob and friends--Patrick Star, Sandy Cheeks, Mr. Krabs, and Squidward--on a puzzling adventure through five worlds and 24 sea-riffic challenges. Cook Krabby Patties, explore caves with Marlin the Weather Wizard, destroy one of those weather thingamajigs, and adventure through the upscale Waverly Hills. Along the way, kids meet Cowfish Craig, Marty the Chicken of the Sea, and other new characters. Once kids complete the challenges, it's off to Neptune's Paradise with SpongeBob SquarePants.

This game is a blast from the past that I wish would make a comeback! If not for me, for all the kids who never got to experience this game! And I don't see why it couldn't? With SpongeBob's relevance to this day and with modern technology, this would be one remaster for the ages - and I'm sure a simple one to maybe even add more to? All we gotta do is show the people in charge that we really want it! Who's with me?

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