Stacy Talks & Reviews: Spongebob and the Clash of the Triton PC

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Spongebob and the Clash of the Triton PC

Game Details: 

  • Defeat Triton to save Bikini Bottom in this zany SpongeBob SquarePants Action game.
  • Play as SpongeBob or Patrick with eight unique character styles.
  • Level them up to increase Health, Attack, Jump and Speed.
  • Unlock special moves like SpongeBob's flying drop kick and Patrick's Lava Blast.
  • Challenge five unique areas with 25 exciting levels.
Save Bikini Bottom from its biggest threat in a madcap adventure made just for kids. Kids ages 6-14 can explore 25+ wacky battle levels and destroy-and-demolish challenges with characters from the award-winning, top-rated Nickelodeon animated series, SpongeBob SquarePants. Providing hours of fun and exciting game play, this game allows kids and their parents to experience SpongeBob in a whole new way.

Our Take: 
We are big SpongeBob fans in this house, we've seen pretty much every episode at least once, if not more. So playing a game based on the series was exciting for us.  This one however I think was definitely geared towards the 6-14 age group.  I tried to play it myself and found myself losing interest after a few boards.  My kids however 5 and 11 kept right on playing for the next hour or so, and have played it again and again since then.  So I guess they really hit the target age group with this one. My kids sure liked it and will continue to play it. 

Buy It: SpongeBob and The Clash of Triton is available immediately for $19.99 at major retailers including Office Depot, Amazon, Fry’s, and Microcenter and online. The software is compatible with Microsoft Windows® XP, Vista® and 7. It requires 512 MB of RAM, 1 GHz or faster processor (or equivalent) and a CD-ROM drive. SpongeBob and The Clash of Triton is rated E for Everyone.
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