SpongeBob™ Diner Dash® 2 - Two Times the TroubleSpongeBob™ Diner Dash® 2 - Two Times the Trouble
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Reviews of SpongeBob™ Diner Dash® 2 - Two Times the Trouble
janeaustenfan | Added on: August 2, 2012
 
I love Sponge Bob (i'm 36 and love Spongebob lol) but OMG, the pink square is so annoying! So much so I didn't even finish the first level. Boo!
Flowery | Added on: September 6, 2012
 
Better than the first one, but more or less the same as the Diner Dash series, although a lot easier to get expert on each level.
Kath123 | Added on: March 17, 2012
 
It was a fun game, pretty easy. Definitely not as difficult as the Diner Dash series!
Lynnette | Added on: May 16, 2012
 
Honestly would have loved to rate this four stars (or even 5), but there is an annoying pink box around the cursor (Spongebob's "hand") that really detracts from the game. In addition, I found the decorations you can add--even the coveted "expert" decor--to be unappealing and a little ugly. I agree with the reviewer that said the original Diner Dash is a better game, although my kids really love Spongebob (and I don't mind him much either!)
yusef | Added on: January 23, 2012
 
These Spongebob games aren't new, and they're the same as the Diner Dashes with a Spongebob theme. Same running around, taking orders, delivering food, collecting the tab and dumping the dirty dishes. I give it good replay because on the upper levels -- it does get hard -- you have to replay some of the levels, sometimes several times, to get Expert. Some fish families come in with their bratty kids who scream if you don't have a high chair for them right away or if that family has to wait too long. Other characters are nondescript, but kids who know Spongebob might recognize them. The characters really lack personality. This one isn't drawn as well as the "original" Spongebob Diner Dash (although there's nothing original about these games as gameplay is duplicated from the Flo version). The music is tinny, even on my good external speakers. Kids will probably like Ol' Spongebob, but for adults, I'd recommend replaying the original Diner Dashes.