YMMV / Nicktoons Unite

  • Cult Classic: The games were nothing truly spectacular in terms of sales or critical reception, but is still fondly remembered by the Nicktoon fanbase due to the use of crossovers.
  • Creator's Pet: Spongebob. It got so bad that the series was renamed 'Spongebob Squarepants and Friends' in some countries, and Globs of Doom (the Franchise Killer of the series) might as well have been called that with Globulous Maximus' obsession with Spongebob.
  • Crowning Music of Awesome: The Cave and Desert themes from the GBA version of Battle for Volcano Island.
  • Ensemble Darkhorse:
  • The Problem with Licensed Games:
    • The general consensus is that Nicktoons Unite and Volcano Island are decent, Globs of Doom plays this straight, and Toybots, while not as good as the first two, manages to reach something resembling quality before Globs of Doom.
  • Surprise Difficulty:
    • Attack Of The Toybots. Sure, death may be a slap on the wrist, but be prepared to die a lot.
    • Going for 100% Completion on the GBA version of Battle for Volcano Island is Nintendo Hard.
    • Speaking of Nintendo Hard, my goodness, the Plankton Boss in the Nicktoons Unite! DS version is super hard to defeat. If you don't know what you're doing to take his robot jellyfish down, you're screwed.
  • Uncanny Valley: Jimmy Neutron in Globs of Doom. You'd think that out of all of the Nicktoons converted to 3D, Jimmy (already a 3D Nicktoon) would look the least uncanny, but his appearance here looks like he's a walking corpse with no emotion whatsoever.
  • Off Model: In Globs of Doom, Dib seems to just be permanently locked in a thousand-yard stare. Always staring, never blinking...