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Spongebob Squarepants' 10th Anniversary Videos

SpongeBobs Squarepants 10th Anniversary
SpongeBobs Squarepants 10th Anniversary

“Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? SpongeBob SquarePants!


Celebrate Spongebob Squarepants 10th Anniversary


In this off the wall SpongeBob game ever you will dive deep into Bikini Bottom to help SpongeBob find the lost Krabby Patty recipe. As you search for the missing formula, be prepared to relive the 10 most memorable moments from the show.


With the help of loyal fans, show creator and animator Stephen Hillenburg specifically hand-selected these top SpongeBob moments, which are also being featured in the upcoming tentpole episode, scheduled to air on Nickelodeon in November 2009, titled “Truth or Square”:


SpongeBobs' Top 10 Happiest Moments


  1. Jelly Fishing



  2. Meeting Sandy
  3. Getting Into the Salty Spittoon
  4. Becoming a Fry Cook
  5. Meeting Squidward Santa
  6. Meeting Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy
  7. Squidward Eats Krabby Patty
  8. Working the 24-Hour Shift
  9. Kah-rah-tay with Sandy
  10. Becoming Co-Cashier

In addition to these exciting levels, you will experience over-the-top adventure with hilarious gameplay and new, wacky morphing abilities that turn SpongeBob into comical objects, such as a Sledgehammer Slam, a WaterBob and an Explosive Canon..


We hope you enjoy your journey through SpongeBob’s happiest memories. We look forward to finding out which of the 10 was your favorite SpongeBob moment.


ESRB Rating: E for Everyone

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    im ready im reay haha lol
    commented: Fri Mar 23, 2012

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    spongebob got all that SWAG
    commented: Fri Mar 23, 2012

    Help Me I'm Falling!
    I LOVE SPONGEBOB!!!!
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