SpongeBob SquigglePants is the action video game based on the Nickelodeon Television show. It is the fourth game to be in the uDraw Series and borrows it's elements from the WarioWare games.
The Game was published by THQ and developed by WayForward Technologies. The Game contains mini-games which require using the uDraw GameTablet. A version for the 3DS was made later, which added a brand new level, IconBob, which required the circle pad. This is the first SpongeBob game for the 3DS.
The Wii version of the Game had mixed in average reviews. Game Rankings had a percent of 60 based on 2 reviews. One of them being Nintendo Power giving the game a 7/10 and IGN giving the game a 5/10.
Nicole Tanner started his review on IGN on April 15, 2011 and gave the game a mediocre score of 5/10. Criticizing it for annoying actors and short gameplay. Nicole stated "Squiggle away from this game… far, far, away". and summed his review by saying "SpongeBob SquigglePants is a game that young kids who are already SpongeBob fans might find entertaining for an afternoon. Some of the mini-games pay homage to classic arcade games in a cool way, but the live actor will almost certainly make you want punch something. With the wealth of SpongeBob games already available, there’s no reason to shell out the money for what is essentially a WarioWare rip-off that requires an additional peripheral purchase to boot."
Christopher Healy started his review on Common Sense Media and gave the game ★★★★☆ and an On Rating for Ages 7 and Up stating "Wacky Micro-games require the uDraw tablet controller."
Christopher warned parents about the cartoon violence in few of the mini-games but praised the game for its Ease of Play and Messages about Art.
How to play the Nanogames
Drag 1 (Circle way)
Drag 2 (Slide way)
Circle pad (Nintendo 3DS version only)