SpongeBob: Revenge of the Flying Dutchman (PS2)
- Action adventure game
- SpongeBob’s 2-D world is recreated in 3-D for the first ever time
- 7 worlds based on environments from the hit TV show
- Unlock bonus mini-games for added game play
- SpongeBob and friends have many costume changes
- Interact with the residents of Bikini Bottom
- Voiceovers from the television series
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- Platform: PlayStation2
- PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
- Media: Video Game
A treasure turns into a terror in SpongeBob Squarepants: Revenge of the Flying Dutchman. While cruising through Bikini Bottom, SpongeBob discovers several treasure chests. Ignoring the warning signs, SpongeBob opens the chests, only to discover he has released the Flying Dutchman--an angry ghost that now wants to make SpongeBob and his friends part of his crew. As you help SpongeBob stop the Dutchman from wreaking havoc in Bikini Bottom, you change costumes, collect gold coins, and interact with all your favorite characters from the TV show.
Jumping jellyfish! Its SpongeBob vs. The Flying Dutchman. While cruising through Bikini Bottom, SpongeBob discovers a series of treasure chests covered with warning signs. Ignoring the signs, SpongeBob opens the chests, only to discover he has released the imprisoned Flying Dutchman! The Dutchman is furious that he was disturbed, and now wants to make SpongeBob and his friends part of his ghostly crew, so he flies away to cause mischief throughout Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob must now seek advice from Squidward, who owns a book about ghostly lore. SpongeBob learns that the only way to stop the Dutchmans wicked plans is to find the lost treasures hidden throughout Bikini Bottom.
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Top Customer Reviews
The game contains all the main characters and is bright and colourful with easy controls. You get to visit all the main parts of Bikini Bottom including Spongebobs house, the Krusty Krab, Jellyfish fields, the Chum Bucket, Sandy's Tree Dome, Goo Lagoon and a few more. You even get to dress Spongebob up as mermaid man which my son really enjoyed.
I have since bought the game for my neice and a friends son and they have all enjoyed it.
Plenty to keep the kids happy as well as the adults too. I think i will buy the next spongebob game when we complete this one.
Cheap and chearful, go and buy it.
The game is enthralling, addictive and so much fun. It's brilliant because you get to wander around 'bikini bottom' and meet all his friends!
With loads of exciting levels and little challenges to play and explore, this game is well worth your money!
1) Poor game design and graphics: This game consists of a number of playable areas/levels such as Bikini Bottom, The Tree Dome, Downtown, Jellyfish Fields, Chum World, Goo Lagoon and The Dutchman's Graveyard/Ship. In each level you accumulate a number of tiles that spell the word 'Spongebob' before searching for a piece of the Dutchman's treasure. Somewhere along the way you will barter with a character from the show for a bus ticket to one of the other areas.
Unlike any other game I've played, the only way to switch between areas is to virtually walk Spongebob to the bus. This gets tedious. There are no maps so even finding the bus can be a challenge (case in point, Jellyfish Fields). This confusion is confounded by the poor graphics, which render many subareas similar in appearance (and therefore -you guessed it- tedious). If getting lost wasn't bad enough, you'll also be hit with a loading screen every time you move from one subarea to another, prolonging your pain.
2) Lazy programming: You might think the above irrelevant so long as your child (or possibly you :-) can muck about the various levels without an objective in mind. However, there really is very little to do other than get the tiles. These are won by executing a series of jumps, often from one moving platform to another, which can be quite tricky (toggling the viewpoint to see where you are jumping is tetchy at best, and the controls are not sensitive enough). Other than this and picking up the odd pearl or bag of booty, Spongebob can't really interact with his surroundings.Read more ›