There's trouble in Bikini Bottom: someone has stolen King Neptune's crown, and it looks like Mr. Krabs is the culprit. Though he's just been passed over for the promotion of his dreams, SpongeBob stands with his boss, and, with his best pal Patrick, sets out on a treacherous mission to Shell City to reclaim the crown and save Mr. Krabs's life. The journey takes SpongeBob and Patrick through some of the darker recesses of the ocean floor, including the Thug Tug, a rough-and-tough place where few fish dare to visit, and a freakishly massive, monster-filled trench.
This promotional tool for The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie offers little we'd consider exciting. Upon launch, you see SpongeBob against an orange background, After a few seconds, he rapidly expands to fill the whole screen. Once that's done, you simply see a message hawking the movie, but the scene never replays itself. SpongeBob SquarePants Screensaver provides very few features, and, although you will find a box for muting the sound, we never heard anything even when we left it unchecked. Small children who are head over heels about this cartoon can probably overlook this screensaver's flaws, but older kids will find themselves bored after a few runs.
"There's nothing to it...it's just an ad for the movie"
I thought a screen saver was supposed to actually move more than a little wave accross the screen. what a waste of time downloading!!
"Screensaver was okay"
I like the screensaver but I was a little disappointed that there wasn't more to it. My 3 year old grandson loves it though, and that's enough for me.
"The Best thing since sliced bread"
This software was handier than teflon underwear when your hiking for 34 days in the Applachian Mountains.
"What is that??????"
"WHY would I want that on my 'puter??????" quote from 6 year old daughter and SpongeBob Fan, Stupid. . .We expected more from Sponge Bob
"Nothing more than a Ad"
I was very disappointed with this "screensaver". I wish I would have seen that it was just an ad for a movie; I wouldn't have wasted my time downloading it.
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