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SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab (PlayStation 2)

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Title Screen

SpongeBob SquarePants: Creature from the Krusty Krab

Developer: Blitz Games
Publisher: THQ
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in JP: March 6, 2007
Released in US: October 16, 2006
Released in EU: November 10, 2006
Released in AU: November 2, 2006

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
TextIcon.png This game has unused text.

SpongeBob, Patrick, and Plankton have a bunch of weird dreams.

Unused Graphics

It's Sonic '06 all over again.

frontend_devpackage.ps2 has a very early title screen, before the game even had a specific title. This image is used in the Hypnotic Highway Character Selection loading screen in the final.

Sbcftkk frontend test menu1.png

My seeeeecret box.... I see you..... ZAP!

9_1 character selection world.ps2 has three unused graphics: SpongeBob in a plane, Patrick sleeping, and Plankton sleeping.

Unused Text

localstrings_credits.ps2 has a short log of things that were added to the game.

changed title to design manager
changed the order of this
changed the order of this
changed the order of this
added coyote designers
added coyote designers
added mr scootles

localstrings_savetext.ps2 has a few interesting things, including placeholder license text and a possible hint there was going to be an Xbox version.

Placeholder License Text
Xbox game save messages

Present at 458050 in the executable is instructions on adjusting the monitor.

STEP 1: Turn CHROMA (color level) all the way down
STEP 2: Adjust BRIGHTNESS until there is no difference visible between the left and middle bars, but there is between the middle and right bars.
STEP 3: Adjust CONTRAST to achieve a balanced gray scale across all the bars.
STEP 4: Looking through a blue filter, turn up CHROMA (color level) until the two bars appear to match in brightness.
STEP 5: Still looking through a blue filter, adjust COLOR PHASE (tint or hue) until the bars appear to match in brightness.
Your monitor is now correctly adjusted. Remember to take the blue filter off!