All 7 Spot’s Hiding Spot Locations in SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake

This is a complete guide on where to find all of Spot’s hiding spots in SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake. There are a total of 7 hiding spots for Plankton’s pet, Spot, and you can only find 1 Spot on each map. Here’s where you can find them in order:

1) Wild West Jellyfish Fields

Fast-travel to the Cacteen Hills checkpoint. Once there follow the path to your left. Pass through the Cactus signboard and climb up the trampoline near the mountain wall. You’ll immediately find Spot once you reach the top.

2) Karate Downtown Bikini Bottom

Fast-travel to the Backlot checkpoint and climb the cargo with Squidward’s face to your left. Once on top, look to your right and travel across the Tiki and inflating platform to reach Spot.

3) Pirate Goo Lagoon

Fast-travel to the Shipwreck Treasure checkpoint and continue along the main path forward until you reach the rocking ship with green cargos. Once there, look to your right, and you’ll find Spot on top of a crow’s nest. Use the surfboard beneath the bamboo cage to travel across.

4) Halloween Rock Bottom

Fast-travel to the Kandyville checkpoint. As soon as you arrive, turn around and you’ll find spot on top of the rock. Move across using the bus platform and trampoline to reach the top.

5) Prehistoric Kelp Forest

Simply fast-travel to the Cave Painting Cave checkpoint, then turn around immediately once you arrive to find a spot.

6) Medieval Sulfur Fields

This one can be found at the Meanderson River checkpoint, on top of a wooden platform by the river. After you fast-travel, go across the river first, past 2 tree logs, and karate kick 2 balloons to go up further. Now use the inflatable platform and surf your way across to reach the wooden platform where Spot is located.

7) Jelly Glove World

Fast-travel to the Central Plaza checkpoint. Once there, take the path to your left, onto the theater, and go around the pillar in the middle, behind the bouncer’s back, to find Spot.

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