Online game

Banquet Bolt is a SpongeBob SquarePants online game.


It's Thanksgiving night in Bikini Bottom. SpongeBob and Squidward are serving Thanksgiving dinner at the Krusty Krab where anchovies are in a frenzy for food! Help SpongeBob serve Krabby Patties to the anchovy customers.

There are 4 table aisles that the customers walk down for food. To serve food, go to an aisle and press the spacebar to pass food down the aisle table to the customer(s). Press the up and down arrow keys to switch between aisles. Customers will walk back down the way they came when the have their food served. The player has a total of 3 lives. If one serves food down an aisle that has no customers, a life will be lost.

Certain customers who finished eating will send the food plate back down the aisle. Use the right arrow key to walk (in SpongeBob's direction) through the aisle and grab the customer's finished plate. Press the left arrow key to walk back down the aisle. If the player doesn't grab a finished plate moving down the aisle, it will fall on the floor, break into pieces, and one will lose a life.

If a customer walks all the way down to the end of the aisle and is not served, the customer will get mad and leave the restaurant which causes the player to lose a life. The player can press the letter Q key to call Squidward who can help collect all of the leftover plates on the aisles. The game is over when all three lives are gone.


Playable characters

Non-playable characters


SpongeBob SquarePants - Banquet Bolt

SpongeBob SquarePants - Banquet Bolt


  • The code for this game is unknown.
  • The player clicks the pause symbol, the gameplay screen will freeze. The player must press the pause symbol again to unfreeze the gameplay screen.
  • Occasional, one of SpongeBob's friends will appear as a customer.
  • During gameplay, encouragement phases (such as "Way to go!") will sometimes appear at the top of the screen.
  • On the title screen, SpongeBob is seen using a pan to flip a patty instead of his usual spatula.
  • When the player is doing good, a crowd can sometimes be heard cheering.
  • The player loses a life, a crowd can heard saying "Aww..."


  • The "how to play" screen contains some spacing errors. An example is forgetting the space between the words "Krab" and "are," making it misspelled as "krabare."