Celebrate the release of Spongebob Squarepants – Plankton’s Robotic Revenge, win a copy of the game and Wii U console

To celebrate the release of the brand new Spongebob Squarepants Planktons Robotic Revenge video game I have very kindly been given a Wii U console and a Copy of the game to giveaway to one lucky person.

Spongebob Squarepants Planktons Robotic Revenge is available on the following platforms:  Wii U, Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS and Nintendo 3DS.  You can choose from one player up to five players depending on the format you are using (Wii U up to 5 players, 3DSand DS single player only, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii up to four players).  


If nautical nonsense be something you wish, look no further – SpongeBob SquarePants is back in an all-new, third-person, action adventure video game for home and hand-held consoles from Activision Publishing, Inc. and Nickelodeon. SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton’s Robotic Revenge submerges players in the comically colourful city of Bikini Bottom in an original story where Sheldon J. Plankton and his new legion of evil robots have destroyed the Krusty Krab and stolen the safe that houses the famous Krabby Patty formula. Join SpongeBob and his friends to locate the hidden keys for the safe before the secret formula is lost forever!


  • Original, Fan-Favourite Characters – Play as five of your favourite Bikini Bottom characters; SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, Sandy, or Mr. Krabs, and switch between them as often as you like! Stop Plankton’s evil plans and send his robot army back to the deep end.
  • Effortlessly Enjoyable for Everyone – SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton’s Robotic Revenge delivers easy-to-use controls perfect for players of all ages. The pick-up-and-play game design invites everyone to explore the deep-sea depths of Bikini Bottom.
  • Charming Couch Co-op – Supporting up to four players (five players on Wii U only), SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton’s Robotic Revenge’s drop-in co-op design makes it quick and easy for friends and family to dive into the underwater action at any time for an experience that’s even merrier when shared.
  • Exclusive 3DS Functionality – Nintendo 3DS owners can gain additional Sprockets for unlocking and upgrading their Gizmos with StreetPass. 
    (Taken from press release)


One thing everybody will associate with Spongebob Squarepants is the Krabby Patty
We are also going to be taking up The Krabby Patty Challenge, which involves us coming up with our very own  recipe for Krabby Pattys.  So keep your eyes peeled to see what we come up with. 

 In the meantime to be in with a chance of winning this fantastic Wii U Console and a copy of Spongebob Squarepants Planktons Robotic Revenge for the Wii U all you have to do is complete the rafflecopter form below.  

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276 thoughts on “Celebrate the release of Spongebob Squarepants – Plankton’s Robotic Revenge, win a copy of the game and Wii U console

  1. Tina Holmes says:

    A mermaid shaped one 🙂

  2. Vi Goriami says:

    Hmm, I think mine would be a teapot!

  3. A dome like the Sandy so I could have a little taste of life on top! x

  4. An anemone shaped house

  5. Ann Robinson says:

    A crab shaped one with the legs being used as well

  6. Gina says:

    An empty perfume bottle

  7. Helpful Mum says:

    I would opt for a house shaped like an octopuses tentacle!

  8. roxy as says:

    A shell !!!! really it is a great idea !!!

  9. Anonymous says:

    a big clam shell

  10. milkpetal says:

    A sea horse shaped house 🙂 (Following via Bloglovin too)


  11. Emma Walters says:

    a shipwrecked pirate ship 😉

  12. I think I would steal sponge bobs pineapple!

  13. twannywun says:

    cheese shaped house

  14. Emma Clement says:

    Using spongebob as inspiration, I’d live in a watermelon!
    Emma x (@beachpebble)

  15. katie skeoch says:

    In the Sea Kings Palace 🙂

  16. A turned upside down Victorian Bath 😀

  17. I would live in a secret cove full of treasures I had found at the bottom of the sea. X

  18. Ha would have to be a Pineapple house like Spongebob!

  19. Paula Harvey says:

    A shoe! On cartoons you always see them pull out an old boot while fishing – that would have to be my house! 😀

  20. a clam shell, no windows to clean and no corners to get dusty

  21. clearlybex says:

    I’d live in a flipper, lost my a diver.

  22. jodie harvey says:

    i would love to live in an old treasure chest, then i could be queen of bikini bottom 😀

  23. a pirate’s treasure chest!

  24. Pauline Millington says:

    It would be a dolphin shaped house with the mouth being the entrance.

  25. alijohnson says:

    a giant clam shell x

  26. Anonymous says:

    A clam

  27. Iona Cornish says:

    A spiral shell house

  28. Paul Scotland says:

    A pirates treasure chest

  29. tracey huber says:

    a tea set and the cups could be little chalets

  30. I would have a pizza shaped house then I could live next to Spongebob & together we would make a great pineapple pizza!!

  31. Hanoi247 says:

    A cone shell with a spiral staircase

  32. lucy ann says:

    An upturned rowing boat with portholes

  33. I’d live in a bikini top in Binkini Bottom – at least you would get two large rooms!

  34. Broody Me says:

    A shiny shell. 🙂

  35. RGS says:

    fish fingers and ketchup

  36. Eva Vida says:

    a burger shape house

  37. Anonymous says:

    Tortoise shell

    Kathy D

  38. soozwales says:

    A large glass dome being nosy

  39. I’d live in a clam shell 🙂

  40. Angel says:

    An old boot.

  41. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    A big seashell

  42. Anonymous says:

    an old tin can
    from samantha price

  43. Anneka Hulse says:

    In a pineapple like spoungebob

  44. What a great question. Maybe a crudely built wooden beach hut.

  45. karen hutchinson says:

    a crab shaped house

  46. Janet Rawstron says:

    A conch shell

  47. ted says:

    a starfish house

  48. A dome like Sandy’s so I could breathe 😉

  49. kim says:

    an underwater sealife place, big windows in places so i can see the sea creatures

  50. sarah rees says:

    shipwreck 🙂

  51. jo says:

    A beer glass

  52. jo says:

    Bloglovin- jo welsh

  53. clare davies on bloglovin

  54. Rachel Neal says:

    A very modern shell

  55. I would live in a lighthouse, I can see one from my window and I LOVE them!

  56. Allan says:

    In a Conical shell

  57. Catherine Bell says:

    An apple shaped

  58. Anonymous says:

    a starfish house

  59. samj says:

    An octopus shaped house

  60. treboreuk says:

    a waterproof house

  61. carolyn joyce says:

    A Floating cabin!

  62. emily80 says:

    a treasure chest

  63. Kelly Wiffin says:

    A star shaped building!

  64. A sea shell house 🙂

  65. Helen Hunt says:

    A sunken Wellington

  66. lauren tourle says:

    I would live in a mushroom shaped house

  67. carla mills says:

    A sunken pirate ship. Xx

  68. caroline says:

    Well as the pineapple is taken, I guess I’d have a coconut with shades on

  69. Sue Jackson (suz@cooldark.com) says:

    A big conch shell


  71. Anonymous says:

    follow on bloglovin as kim neville

  72. Anonymous says:

    a dolphin shaped shell

  73. Ian says:

    It’s Number 13 Shellfish Drive, located at the top end of the coral. You can’t miss it, has the words “Extra Strength Lager” printed on it.

  74. Isabel says:

    A cave guarded by sea-robots.

  75. Caroline Blaza says:

    A Shell House and I would sit around wearing my shell suit in it all day! lol

  76. sunken Atlantis castle one

  77. anne kiaz brookes on bloglovin xx

  78. A pineapple just like Sponge Bob Squarepants 🙂

  79. Anonymous says:

    A pirate ship!
    Helen booth

  80. teresa1963 says:

    I’d live in a crab shell as my other half is always saying I’m crabby

  81. andrea lloyd says:

    a seashell

  82. Anonymous says:

    a crab

  83. Ken Brown says:

    A Diving Bell – I’m no fool

  84. Jasmina K. says:

    a shell

  85. A periwinkle shell 🙂

  86. Joanne Pooley says:

    a crab shaped house as im an old crab lol

  87. An upside down Victorian potty.

  88. A large starfish – each arm could be a different room!

  89. twinlay06 says:

    A toblerone house

  90. Anonymous says:

    a sunken ship

  91. Debbie Creasey says:

    a house made from spiky coral to keep away predators

  92. adrian price says:

    sand castle

  93. I’d live in a pineapple

  94. Pauline Burroughs says:

    A Junonia sea shell – would be the des res of the sea

  95. Will H says:

    A pineapple under the sea!

  96. Tony Taylor says:

    A clam shell house!

  97. Jo Booth says:

    an oyster shall,with a pearl light in the corner 🙂

  98. charlieemma says:

    Something made out of coral 🙂

  99. Jane Brown says:

    A shell

  100. Jen Russon says:

    a shell 🙂

  101. Anonymous says:

    the king of sea palace 🙂 sharise22@yahoo.co.uk

  102. Mark says:

    A clamshell shaped one

  103. Anonymous says:

    an oyster shell then i could be the pearl of the ocean (michaela atkins)

  104. Katie Walker says:

    I would live in a coral house with sponge lining and pearls set around the door

  105. Zoe R says:

    a coca cola can might aswell make some use out of the rubbish in the ocean @ZoeRoxby

  106. Missy B says:

    A plastic cocktail umbrella!

  107. A clamshell one 🙂

  108. Kirsty Sparks says:

    A Pirate Ship 🙂

  109. Baddesley says:

    An old wreck, same as I do now!

  110. A large piece of coral

  111. Sam Gregory says:

    A beautiful big shell

  112. lindsey bray says:

    a pearly shell

  113. alison berry says:

    A shipwreck

  114. spike1 says:

    One under a glass dome like sandy, or I’d drown.

  115. Anonymous says:

    Afish shaped one

  116. Katharine says:

    A shark shaped one

  117. Katharine says:

    Following on Bloglovin kar26

  118. Barry Ranns says:

    A sunken battleship

  119. Tara Davies says:

    A krusty crab burger 😛

  120. Julie Banks says:

    A pirates treasure chest

  121. karen says:

    a dolphine shape

  122. Anonymous says:

    an oyster shell

  123. bloomers says:

    A bucket and spade shaped house

    1. bloomers says:

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  124. Louise says:

    i would live in a submarine shaped house x

  125. mellysocks says:

    An underwater castle made from shells and pebbles.

  126. Lindy Hine says:

    One of those huge old diver’s helmets would be good – with it’s own little window to look out of!

  127. A Seahorse shaped one!

  128. A shark shaped house to keep me safe!

  129. Christina Jarrett says:

    A fabulous shell! 🙂 x

  130. I think I would like Spongebobs pineapple house but if he won’t let me share then a starfish house would be fun

  131. Joanne Benham says:

    I’d live in a conch shell – it would be like one giant spiral staircase 🙂

  132. Anthony G says:

    A Shell

  133. paul dyer says:

    A Sunken Submarine

  134. Joy says:

    following on bloglovin as joy dehany x

  135. Donna T Howard says:

    It would have to be a melon house

  136. Anonymous says:

    a ship wreck

  137. A Treasure Chest 🙂

  138. A castle like in a fish tank!

  139. zeenie says:

    id live in a beautiful shell

  140. lara davis says:

    a cocounut shell

  141. Julie Baxter says:

    its gotta be an underwater castle 🙂

  142. Anonymous says:

    A bikini bottom..DUH!

  143. Kay leigh says:

    the ship wreck

    kay panayi

  144. Natty says:

    A cat shaped house with a Gary of my own!

  145. If Spongebob can live in a pineapple I would live in a hollow chocolate figure such as a lindt chocolate bunny! Yum yum

  146. An old diver’s helmet sounds awesome!

  147. A shipwreck full of treasure

  148. Anonymous says:

    a pineapple,just like spongebob! Could have a nibble of my house when i get peckish! My 3 boys would squidge in with me 🙂 x
    Angela Hedley

  149. Jelly fish house, see through as well for good ocean view:)

  150. Anonymous says:

    A very large glass bottle, at least it would be waterproof!

  151. Karen wright says:

    Sand castle x

  152. Sarah Palmer says:

    under a rock like Patrick so I can hide from my boys lol

  153. Lucy Porter says:

    a cola can

  154. Steve Miles @Accept_No_Bull says:

    a ship wreck

  155. It would have to be a Pineapple like Spongebob! Whoooooo lives in a pineapple under the sea? Me!

  156. Anonymous says:

    A Shark shaped one

  157. Suziehhx says:

    A Octopus house with the tentacles as slides and climbing frames : )

  158. susan crouch says:

    A plastic sand bucket

  159. Articles says:

    A dolphin shaped one

  160. Russell J Hutton says:

    a greenhouse

  161. Anonymous says:

    Sandcastle shaped with flags and a moat

  162. a giant shark shaped house

  163. Gabrielle Svensson says:

    in a submarine

  164. HayleyT says:

    I would love to live in a house made of coral 🙂

  165. A palace with sharks as guards

  166. Anonymous says:

    In a jellyfish..it would be electrifying..nikkij2009@live.co.uk

  167. Poseidon’s Trident

  168. Anonymous says:

    A sandcastle

  169. Anonymous says:

    ship wreck

  170. Stacey Craig says:

    a starfish shaped one

  171. a snail shell…that’d confuse ’em.

  172. HGrout says:

    An old flip flop

  173. Toni W says:

    A Jimmy Choo shoe 🙂

  174. Leesa Dunn says:

    A pirate ship!

  175. Katie Walden says:

    the pineapple house with spongebob!

  176. mel temple says:

    a sea urchin shell

  177. Anonymous says:

    A coconut shell

    lisa ann tebbutt

  178. A jinormous Cheddar shaped house – pineapple and cheese together’s a winning combination!

  179. emma says:

    a castle shaped house

  180. Rich says:

    A water-tight one!

  181. rah louise says:

    A coral pink sea hut x

  182. in a very chic oyster

  183. Daniel Ivey says:

    Fantastic prize for us adults (oh, ok, the kids can have a go 🙂 )

  184. Julie Hogg says:

    treasure chest

  185. Anonymous says:

    an air dome like sandy’s.

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