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<p>HandyGames and Purple Lamp Studios has ported its 3D platformer SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated to mobile devices.</p><p>Based on the popular cartoon, it’s a remake of the earlier Battle for Bikini Bottom that released back in 2003 on PS2, GameCube and Xbox. The game follows the adventures of SpongeBob, Patrick and Sandy as they set out to foil a plot by the mischievous Plankton to take over Bikini Bottom using an army of robots.</p><p>The game is set across several large levels based on iconic locations from the show, such as Jellyfish Fields, Goo Lagoon, and the Krusty Krab. You have to collect a bunch of golden spatulas in order to progress through the game, which are hidden throughout each stage. Some are relatively straightforward to collect, while others are hidden and require a bit of exploration and puzzle-solving to find.</p><p>Other popular characters from the show such as Squidward, Mr. Krabs and Mrs. Puff also appear as side characters, often showing up to give you a task to complete. Additionally, there’s another objective in which you have to collect socks left behind by Patrick which are even more hidden in the levels.</p>
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<p>What better way to get back into the swing of things after a lovely Christmas break than with a dip into rumour town? It looks like Nintendo may be holding a Direct as early as next week, but we won't know for sure until closer to the time.</p><p>After the apparent EA leak late last year in which it looked like Fe was being shown off in January, 18 placeholder titles went up for pre-order as spotted by Cheap Ass Gamer on Twitter. The listings were then hastily removed after each had a picture with the Switch logo and 'Just announced at the Switch event' on it.</p><p>Of course, Ninty held such a Direct in 2017 around this time so we really wouldn't be surprised if this rumour came to fruition next week. I can only hope that my personal 2018 predictions come true and that Ninty's in line for more original content.</p><p>It's not that the ports aren't great, but it'd be fantastic to get some more surprising titles. I doubt anything will trump Breath of the Wild for a good long while, but I'd like to see them try rather than just recycle more old games and slap the word 'Deluxe' on the box.</p><p>If Nintendo holds a Switch Direct next week, what are you most hoping to see? Let us know in the comments down below.</p><p>Do you remember the old adventure games? In the really old ones, you had multiple ways to interact with everything in the world, adding a lot of possibilities and weird puzzles into the mix.</p><p>If you know that era, you obviously know of Maniac Mansion, a point and click game released in 1985 that took place in the mansion of a deranged scientific.</p><p>It was made by Ron Gilbert and Gary Winnick at Lucasfilm.They went on to create more adventure games before the genre disappeared.</p><p>Now that we have remasters of old adventure games and that the genre is finally back, they launched a Kickstarter to create a point and click game in the spirit of these old games, complete with pixely graphics and the exact same interface.</p><p>After successfully reaching their goal, they were hard at work on what became Thimbleweed Park.</p><p>Today, they shared a new trailer for the game and everything's looking great for lovers of the genre:</p>