Jimmy Neutron: Gotta Blast! Rocket Race (Lost Online Game; 2002)


Jimmy Neutron: Gotta Blast! Rocket Race
Screenshot from promo
Screenshot from promo
Status Lost

Jimmy Neutron: Gotta Blast! Rocket Race was an online Nickelodeon racing game released in 2002 that was developed on the 3D Groove engine. Players would enter codes from Nickelodeon merchandise or Quaker Oats products to build rockets and race them on at least four maps. Several game sessions would be played over commercial breaks. Not much else is known about the game since it's been defunct for years.

Interestingly, the game's original page remained up on nick.com (albeit no longer with all of its files) until it was finally removed by February 2017.

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Promo for the game.
Promo for the codes.
Extended promo.

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NomiKiara

4 months ago
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More Articles: http://www.a...-nickelodeon http://www.c...ht-1-03.aspx

A Possible lead who worked on the game: https://en.w.../John_Papola


Another Cereal box:

http://www.m....asp?id=1393
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Catlinconroy

2 months ago
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Good Job! The more information we find, the closer we get to finding the piece of media we're looking for! :D
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Anonymous user #1

4 months ago
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I remember this! I made a red ship that did heavy attacks, and I even got a high score. Naturally I was never shown on TV, not win any prizes
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SilverTheGamer

2 months ago
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Wait, it was on TV? What about the broadcasts? Are they lost too?
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Anonymous user #5

2 months ago
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Yes, there were broadcasts of people playing the game over commercial breaks (though I think they stopped showing them after 2002). In fact, there USED to be a video on YouTube showing Jimmy announcing the results of a race, but it unfortunately no longer exists (if you don't believe me, check out the article's revision history and you'll see what I mean).
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Anonymous user #6

2 months ago
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That's because the user reuploaded it but using a capture device instead of a camera.
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CryClown

4 months ago
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3...2...1... SUCC MY AZZ
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Catlinconroy

2 months ago
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LOL
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Anonymous user #2

4 months ago
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Damn, I wish this was still around...I love vehicle building racer games.
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PollyPocketFan78

4 months ago
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I think I may have played this game when I was younger and when it existed. Maybe someone may find it someday.
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Anonymous user #3

3 months ago
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Contact YTV they may have the game themselves
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JonM313

2 months ago
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Now when I go on the nick.com page it says there is an error. The page may now have been taken down.
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Anonymous user #4

2 months ago
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Then I think you should change the article to say that the page is now taken down from Nickelodeon's official website if that is the case.
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Catlinconroy

2 months ago
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Well that sucks...
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PollyPocketFan78

1 months ago
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I found something on the Wayback Machine that you could check out. I went to the nick site in 2006 and found the page but it does ask for login to your account which probably if someone did know their account from back then, it probably still wouldn't log in because it's archived but still might as well check it out for research purposes.

https://web....ablast.jhtml
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Anonymous user #7

6 days ago
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You know my brother played this. He said it would not let him in after 2002 so this is not lying pretty much he can't remember much of the game but he is trying to remember some more..
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