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Drawn To Life: Spongebob Squarepants

by THQ
Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Everyone
4.5 out of 5 stars 64 customer reviews
Metascore: 68 / 100
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  • Extend you game experience with an exciting 2-player Versus mode via your Nintendo Wi-Fi connection.
  • Create and Customize your own heroes, gadgets, power-ups, vehicles, protection gear and more during the game with the stroke of a stylus.
  • Engage unique enemies with your in-game magic pencil that you can battle, erase and redraw into friendly creatures.
  • The variety of gameplay within Drawn to Life: Spongebob Squarepants Edition allows players to puzzle, race, platform and fight their way through the game.
  • Explore over 20 Levels, each with their own objectives that you need to complete before you can advance to the next stage.
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Product Description

Product Description

Based on the popular Frankendoodle Spongebob eposide, Spongebob and Patrick stumble upon a magic pencil that brings whatever it draws to life, but so does the eveil Doodlebob. Doodle uses his pencil to wreak havoc all over Bikini Bottom.

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Loosely based on the SpongeBob Squarepants "Frankendoodle" episode, and utilizing Drawn to Life's total game, player-drawn customization functionality, Drawn to Life: Spongebob Squarepants Edition is a SpongeBob platformer like no other. Featuring over 20 game levels, multiplayer support, puzzle, race and platforming gameplay, and the unique ability to create and customize everything in the game, it is an adventure not to be missed.

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Story
One day as Patrick sits below the waves, near Bikini Bottom, two identical items slip down from the surface. One bops him on the head, while the other floats away out of sight. Patrick picks up the one that came to him and realizes that it is a magical pencil that brings whatever is drawn with it to life. He recalls though that there is something that he was told to never draw with one of these pencils, but can't remember exactly what that thing was though. To jog his memory he decides to sketch a little. And as he finishes his final stroke he realizes what it was he was not supposed to draw, SpongeBob's nemesis, DoodleBob, but too late. In that moment DoodleBob springs to life, grabs the pencil from Patrick and disappears. Worried, Patrick tells SpongeBob of his mistake, but can SpongeBob stop the evil DoodleBob before its too late for Bikini Bottom and all its residents?

Gameplay
Using the familiarDrawn to Life sketch functionality players use the DS or DSi stylus to create a character and alter the environment in order to stop DoodleBob. Play as your creations and start your search across the platforming gameworld for the villain. Your pencil can be used to alter stunned enemy's physically appearance and even make them allies with a little practice. The game contains more than 20 levels, each with their own specific objectives that you need to complete before you can advance to the next stage, as well as multiplayer versus support for 2-players via a Nintendo Wi-Fi connection.

Key Game Features

  • Side-scrolling platforming action.
  • Explore unique worlds that have their own special mechanics and goals.
  • Over 20 levels, each with their own specific objective(s) that you need to complete before you can advance to the next stage.
  • The action increases as you complete the objectives and conquer the levels.
  • Puzzle, race, platform and fight your way through the game.
  • Draw your own original character and control it.
  • 2-player wireless multiplayer support via a Nintendo Wi-Fi connection.
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Sketch pad for drawing heroes, items, etc. in Drawn to Life: Spongebob Squarepants Edition
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Playable character Patrick in Drawn to Life: Spongebob Squarepants Edition
Pile up points, powerups
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Using Magic Pencil editing against opponents in Drawn to Life: Spongebob Squarepants Edition
Pencil-driven action.
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Platforming action in Drawn to Life: Spongebob Squarepants Edition
Platforming fun.
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Product Details

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  • ASIN: B0019QEY06
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 5 x 0.8 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 15, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,129 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

I'm 32 years old, and I bought this game for myself. I like drawing and like Spongebob, so this game looked like it'd be good. Honestly, it was better than expected. I was able to draw in detail and I got a kick seeing my doodles come to life. This is a game that is really aimed at kids, and if your a "serious" adult gamer, you probably won't like it because it's more drawing than game...but I still liked it. For one level, I got to draw a funny looking car, and I even made the tires look crooked and wobbly on purpose, then I watched as it came to life...it was really funny and enjoyable, and brought out the kid in me.
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By S. Lind on October 21, 2009
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I asked my nine year old and this was his review- "I like that I can create my own avatar. I like going into battle with it. It's fun to walk around with your avatar and you can draw your own guy." My seven year old son concurs. They think girls would probably like it, too.
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I bought this for my first grader. He really enjoys the game. The only thing I get frustrated with is having to help him through all the screens for drawing things. He reads pretty well, but the game scrolls through the instructions too fast for him. But over all for a younger kid it is a good game. I would not recommend it for an older child(over 9). His cousin was bored by it. Worth the money for my guy :)
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I rented this game at my local video store. It was the last game they had left for rent that day. I was amazed at how much I loved the game! I could not put it down for a week. The game is very engrossing asking you to draw many of the characters in the game and cars, weapons, tools etc. It makes great use of the dual screen of the DS and uses both the D Pad buttons for input as well as the stylus. There is a lot of reading. The game difficulty gets hard after the first level. On the box it looks like a game for small children but because of the difficulty it is better suited for the adult who is a kid at heart. I ended up buying the game because I enjoyed renting it so much.
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This game was chosen by my 7 year old but like the other reviewer said, I've had to play a lot of it. Which I don't mind until I get to the 4th bubble for the Jungle and the game freezes up. I've tried this on two DS's and both times the same spot froze up. Good thing is my daughter won't really care since she can't get that far, but it makes it difficult to reason paying $30 for a game that is only half working. Not impressed with that fact, but the game overall is very imaginative and neato!
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This is by far the best DS game we have for my age group. I have 3-5 year olds (and I play it too!) who all follow along and know what they are doing. The only reading involved is when you get to draw something new for the game. You draw your own health meter, your own crown to finish the level, steps, clouds, slingshots, your bed (to save), radio, television, and many more! This is a very exciting game. The kids are always looking forward to what they get to draw next. The 5 year old boy is the best at the game and handles the drawing well. 4 yr old girl (who hasnt played video games up till this one) and 3 year old boy need help with that. The only thing I wish this game had that it doesn't is extra game slots so they didnt have to play each others' game. The game is exciting and something new, it is the style of Mario but without being as hard. It has an easy setting for the younger ones and normal setting for the older ones. This was well worth my $20 and has gotten hours of play time! Highly recommended for kids and adults of any age. If you are looking for a more complicated game, this is not it, but the drawing aspect draws me in so I don't mind it being a little bit easy.
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I love this game....I love to draw and to see my drawing in action is really amazing! The only thing I would criticize in this game is that you do alot of the same thing over and over again in all the levels. But that is common in most games, the cool part is you can always go back to the icon where you did your drawing and redo it at anytime if you get bored with it. This was definitely worth it for the fun factor. I am truly a kid at heart.
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Got this game for my 7 year old for Christmas and he loves it. He played it non stop for a couple of hours and is now his favorite game. My older kids have also played it and enjoyed it, so there is fun to be had for all ages...not just for 7 year olds. I'd say it's a must for all Spongebob fans who are also DS owners, especially those who are also fans of Doodlebob.
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