Play the Spring Training game and prepare for the baseball season! Hit the ball and keep it in the air as much as possible with the creatures' help!
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Help SpongeBob practice his baseball skills and become the best batter in the Spring Training game! Bikini Bottom Baseball season is near, and the friendly sponge has lost his touch! A little practice outside the field will help him hit the ball with his bat. However, he must be careful because many creatures are walking along the plains. Who knows? Maybe they'll help him practice!
Your job is to hit the ball as hard as possible and send it far into the fields without letting it drop on the ground! The Bikini Bottom team will win their upcoming games if the practice goes well! But only a good batter can break the record, and you're the one to do it!
You can use your mouse to hit the ball and see how far you reach. First, click to set the Power (green bar) and the Angle (pink bar) of your swing. Then, when the ball is in the air, click again to activate the Slam power, which will help your ball bounce back up! If the ball slows down, click the Squid Ink button to help it go further.
Your ball will touch and bounce onto different creatures and objects to go further, higher, or quicker! Here are some of them:
- Snails: the pink ones form bubbles, the green and gray ones will give you a speed boost, and the brown snail will slow you down.
- Jellyfish: the green jellyfish will carry your ball further if you click and hold, while the pink one will bounce you up.
- Whirlpool: it will send you forward.
Remember, it's all about distance and speed, so try to get as far as possible with your ball. Use the creatures to your advantage and increase your score by staying in the air for a long time. Pop bubbles in your flight to collect extra points and marvel at the final score!
Are you ready to make the ball fly and impress everyone with your batting skills? Practice makes perfect, after all!