SpongeBob Kart: The Game is a computer game designed by Liam O' L. Games and made for the spin-off, SpongeBob Kart. It launched on January 23, 2010.
The object is to race your way through a lot of incredible levels to the finish as fast as possible with the number of spare parts required in each level(and yes, it is based on Marble Blast Gold). The levels are split into 4 groups: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced and Huge. Beginner levels only show you the basics; it's really hard to cheat on them. Intermediate levels are made for you to use some tricks to get all the spare parts. It's hard because you never know where parts are hiding. Advanced levels - this is where the fun begins. This time there are less parts, and more tricks. It's real cool. And Huge... Huge levels seem hopeless at first, being big and all, but you just have to follow the track; you don't need much skills.
Here are all levels in Beginner. To unlock them all, just press S, P and K at the same time.
- Learning The Road
- Spare Parts
- Speed Boost
- Speedy Stairway(review of the last 5 levels)
- Look Down
- Surface Lab
- Item Power
- Secret Pathways
- Spongey Bridges
- Push Start
- Little Dodgems
- Fast Course
- Telling Port
- Bounce Revised
- Hag Shag
- Golden Rush
- Grand Finale
- Gold Rush
- The Refree
- Remoted Sponge
- Bobsponge's Attack
30 levels were made. The Beta Version erases Levels 30-33, replacing them with Custom Levels 23-26.
30 levels, of course, were made for this part. Version 1.4u, however, modifys Level 72. The last levels actually show you races from the actual show.
15 levels were placed here.
There are loads and loads of custom levels, probably near 120, and I(William Leonard) am not going to place them all in this part, but I can tell you the groups of Custom levels:
Themed Levels(34 levels)
Levels made out of ordinary things, e.g. forks, sofas, computers, in one level it even showcases the entire planets!
Levels That Suck(26 levels)
Get it? These are levels where you take suckers to a whole new level(ironic, isn't it?)!
Sequel Levels(40 levels)
Levels based on levels from the game!
Platform Levels(20 levels, and counting...)
Levels with an awful lot of platforms in them...