They are all inspired by an episode in the cartoon series, a part of which is shown prior to the mini game in order to set it up. The game includes 1 mini game inspired by these series. They can be played in three difficulty modes and the change is readily apparent as the difficult mode (Jimmy, a nod to Jimmy Neutron’s genius kid) is much more involved than Patrick (the easy mode).
- Bikini Bottom Bowling (The player will need to control a bowling ball down an alley)
- Boating Madness (The player will control SpongeBob’s boat as he goes through a variety of obstacles)
- Jellyfish Jam (The player will need to slap a number of jellyfish as they appear onscreen)
- Krabby Patty Match (The player will need to match up ingredients as they appear onscreen)
- Fairly Odd Invasion (The player will need to control a metal ball to destroy a number of invading creatures)
- Fishbowl Frenzy (The player will need to repair a number of cracks in a fish tank by hovering over them)
- Magical Mix Up (The player will need to “manually” rearrange pieces to fit a puzzle)
- Ghost Catcher (Has The player eliminating ghosts that appear onscreen by capturing them)
- Portal Party (The player will manually control Danny as he then destroys ghosts that appear onscreen)
- Deflect-O-Matic (The player will need to keep swatting atoms back by moving your hands over the section that it will hit)
- Deep Sea Danger (The player will control Jimmy’s submarine as it gets through a sidescrolling level)
- Hanging Out (Where The player will need to control a glider as it gets through a number of rings)
- Rocket Hockey (Has The player blocking hockey pucks back)
- This game was released on Lux Interior's 58th birthday and one year after Battle for Bikini Bottom was released.