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Yeah, that pirate from Spongebob told me to hitch up my poop deck. Nick and I couldn't stop staring at the screen. "What the hell would my 'poop deck' be, creepy fan-club-card-carrying pirate?" Ah, Spongebob. You elicit a few different reactions from the over-twenty crowd, you know. Either people absolutely love you (and wear the PJs and boxer shorts) or they want to eat your pineapple under the sea just to see you homeless. But this isn't about the character of Spongebob (or the rest of the undersea gang), but how does the game play? Put bluntly, it's WarioWare. The game consists of a handful of "beat 20 games" challenges comprised of what seems like only a handful of "micro-games" each. There are probably more, as I found others after I had beaten the challenges, but they tend to loop incessantly; in a 20-round span I played the same one probably six or seven times. There are only so many times I'll be interested in putting ketchup on a burger patty. On top of the looping games, you probably know what the next downside would be: It's incredibly short. I basically ripped it wide open in around an hour. An hour. Back in the NES (and even SNES) days, an hour wasn't a terrible time to clock in at, but it even then it was considered a pretty short experience.
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