This is a fun 37-level word puzzle game where you click on a set of letter tiles which spells a word to get the other tiles to fall into place to make other words & repeat the process until there are no tiles left.
Select the first letter of a word and pull along to the last letter of a word. Letter tiles for spelling words either go from left to right or top to bottom.
Repeat the process until there are no letter tiles left.
If you are stuck on a puzzle you can use the menu in the upper left side of the game to see how many letters the various words are.
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SpongeBob SquarePants Word Blocks Game Play Instructions
How to Play
Slide your finger or clicked mouse across a set of tiles to spell a word starting with the first letter of the word. Repeat the process until all letter tiles have been used
Starting the Game
Tap anywhere to start the game.
Your web browser automatically stores your game progress.
You get an unlimited number of continues, but can not go back to previously beaten levels.
After you beat level 37 the game is beat & the next time you play you will start at level 1.
You can also play in a different web browser or clear your browsing history to start back at level 1.
The welcome screen also contains a sound control button in the upper right corner.
Click on the first letter of a word and move to the last letter of the word to remove those tiles from the playing field.
Use your finger like a mouse.
The game has a pause button in the upper right corner, which brings up the play instruction screen.
Each puzzle has specific words you must spell.
Spelling other words may not allow you to complete the puzzle.
To get the tiles to fall in the correct order you often need to spell words across or near the bottom first.
The left side of the playing field shows you how many words you need to make and how many letters are in each.
For example, on level 7 there are two 4-letter words, two 5-letter words, one 6-letter word, and one 7-letter word.
As you select tiles it highlights what you have spelled at the top of the left section.
When the tiles you have used are played those words are filled in on the left side of the screen, with the remaining portion of the puzzle blank.
Many words in the game are food, beach, ocean, or SpongeBob related – like names of characters from the animated series.
If there is a word you are certain belongs but there is one letter out of place look for what other tiles need to move for that letter to fall into place.
This can help you spell other words which are part of the puzzle that you did not notice or could not see at first glance.
In some cases when you spell some words it does not only lead to tiles falling downward, but sometimes the stack appears in another vertical location instead.
Consider singular versus plural.
If you see the word “friends” but it does not work perhaps it is the word “friend” you make and then the s is used as part of another word.
When in doubt, there is a hints button in the lower right corner you can click for a clue.
If you spell a word which is a legitimate word but is not used in the puzzle it powers up your hint meter.
You can even spell 3-letter words when there are none in the puzzle results just to add to your hints count.
If you know the word you want to spell is “scary” you can first spell car then scar before scary to power up your hints feature twice.
Clicking the hint meter reveals a letter in one of the words you have not yet spelled along with where that letter is in the word.
Levels are not timed, so this game is quite relaxing.
This game is perhaps a bit challenging for younger children with a limited vocabulary, but would be great fun to anyone who is a fan of SpongeBob and who has a bit of knowledge of the English language.
There is no adult imagery in the game. The closest things come to being adult oriented is versions of the word poop in the game.
Spoiler: Level Words
PATTY BIKINI PEARL
LARRY LOBSTER KAREN BUCKET
FLYING DUTCH FISH STAR
MUSIC BUBBLES WATER BLOW
SPONGE MERMAID BOTTOM KRABBY
RECIPE ROBOT COOK GARY SNAIL
PATRICK SANDY CHEEKS PIZZA REEF ROCK
SPATULA CHUM ALGAE CLAMS PRANK
BOATING SHELL FUNNY KARATE DOME
WEENIES HOCUS POCUS POOPER FRIEND CAPER
PATCHY PIRATE LAUGH BEST GUM CAVE
HAROLD GHOST KELP LAVA SEAWEED
POTTY PARROT HAGFISH ANCHOR TORCH
PERCH PERKINS FOAM HAND
KING NEPTUNE BLOWER SAUCE BUGLE FRIES
GOO GAS AMOEBA SPRAY BABIES DIAPER
ENCINO CITY TRAFFIC MISSING PATCHY
AMULET BUBBLE NEPTUNE MUSEUM MAGIC
DONUT PRESENT FINGER VIDEO TAPE HIDDEN
SANDY TEXAS FLEA COLLAR BITTEN ITCHY
KRUSTY SPONGE STARE REVIEW CRITIC RUDE
MARY JENKINS MONEY TALKS PIXIE DUST
BIG SWITCH FANCY KRUSTY PROFITS CHEF
SCARY ROLLER COASTER FIERY FIST PAIN
RISE SHINE ALARM CLOCK PILLOW ASLEEP
PATCHY POTTY POOP DECK FRIEND FOE
FUNGUS SNAIL FOOD NIBBLE ORGANIC LICKING
SUN BLEACH TANNED SKIN PATRICK CRAIG
PENNY FOOLISH THEATRE CIRCLE COLLECT FIND
BIKINI BOTTOM DANCE CONTEST STEAL TROPHY
NOSE KNOWS FLOWERS GOOD SURGERY SMELL
GROOM GARY PET CONTEST RIOT
POROUS POCKET SHRIEK PEARL CHOKE MONEY
CHOIR BOYS REUNION SING FIGARO VOICES
VIKING DRINKS HELMET KIDNAP GORDON OLAF
GRANDPA PIRATE SAIL SHIP CANNON CREW EXPLODE
WORM BABIES PESTS SPIT ACID GARBAGE
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SpongeBob SquarePants Word Blocks Game Screenshots
Mobile Friendly Cross Browser Support
This game is rendered in mobile-friendly HTML5, so it offers cross-device gameplay. You can play it on mobile devices like Apple iPhones, Google Android powered cell phones from manufactures like Samsung, tablets like the iPad or Kindle Fire, laptops, and Windows-powered desktop computers. All game files are stored locally in your web browser cache. This game works in Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and other modern web browsers.
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