Nickelodeon Game Builder (lost Flash game; 2009-2013)

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LevelBuilder.jpg

The possible title screen for the game.

Status: Lost

From 2009 until August, 2013, there was a Nick.com Flash game known as the Nickelodeon Game Builder. This Flash game allowed users to create their own levels using assets based on various Nickelodeon properties. Several variants of this creator were released, based on Spongebob Squarepants, iCarly, The Penguins of Madagascar, Fanboy and Chum Chum and Avatar: The Last Airbender.

Two different versions were released. The first version, which was released in 2009, ran in a lower resolution than the second version. It included checkpoints (represented by the birthday cake item) along with the ability to change the character and background that appeared on the level's title screen. The only way to complete a level was to reach the end, a wooden door with a steering wheel on it. In the original build of the 2009 version, the invincibility item was represented by a blue coin with a ten-pointed star on it. At some later date it was changed to a green coin with a five-pointed star, which may have been part of a bugfix for the invincibility sound effect, which originally would persist even after the immunity to enemies ran out.

The second version had a much wider and larger frame and a revamped interface, but removed checkpoints and the ability to change the title screen in any way. Reaching the door at the end of the level was still one of the ways to win, but users were now able to give levels different objectives, such as defeating all enemies or collecting all of the coins. It's believed the way the title screen looked depending on the character you chose for the level. The player could choose which character the player chooses to play as, and all of them play identically with double jumps (although Spongebob's hurtbox is smaller).

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The games were removed from the site a few years later, making them unplayable. However, the games can still be accessed, but are buried in the site. The catch is, you can't actually play the games, as an error message will pop up. This is because the site is attempting to load the .swf files, but it can't.

Videos[edit | edit source]

A video showcasing gameplay of the Level Builder.
A video showcasing a glitch.
A video showcasing the building aspects of the Game Builder.
A video showcasing some Patrick gameplay.
A video showcasing an older version of the Game Builder (the invincibility item is a blue ~ten-pointed star rather than green with a five pointed-star.)
Sandy gameplay.
Squidward gameplay.


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