SpongeBob and Patrick have once again caused issues for themselves and the rest of Bikini Bottom by making terrible decisions in SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake.
Ultimately, a fortune teller hands them a bottle of wish-granting mermaid tears, and SpongeBob and Patrick begin ripping portals through space and time. Cosmic Jelly is a consequence of the rifts or WishWorlds collected by SpongeBob as he travels between universes to save his pals from the horrors he caused.
Collecting Cosmic Jelly is often compared to the ring system of Sonic, the long-running video game franchise.
The Jelly may float in the air, challenging players to make aerial moves as they travel across the many realms. Cosmic Jelly may also be acquired by fighting monsters or farming it indefinitely.
SpongeBob SquarePants: How to Farm Infinite Jelly: Cosmic Shake Cosmic Shake
Obtaining Jelly while exploring SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake is simple because it’s visible and frequently goes to significant destinations in a straight path, just like collecting it by battling mobs.
Karate Downtown Bikini Bottom is the first location to grow unlimited Jelly in Cosmic Shake. Infinite farming is achieved by hitting dumpsters, as demonstrated in a video by YouTuber Cheetah’s Guides.
The first dumpster is at the Back Lot checkpoint in Karate Downtown Bikini Bottom. Underneath the trailer displayed when players initially load in is a dumpster similar to the one where SpongeBob and Patrick taught the bad language.
Hitting the dumpster will reward players with two Jelly every hit, and they may hit it as many times as their patience allow. Another dumpster is placed in the same location near the Parking Lot checkpoint. Striking it will give you two Jelly indefinitely.
Striking the dumpster will yield two Jelly every hit, and players may hit it as often as their patience allows. In the Parking Lot checkpoint, another dumpster is in the same area. Striking it will also grant you two Jelly indefinitely.
However, players can modify their costumes and are not obligated to wear the one handed to them in this manner. All of the costumes are based on SpongeBob’s appearances in the television series, and some are famous, such as the Dry Sponge from “Tea at the Treedome.”
- Costume Episode
- Rehydrated Sponge Battle for Bikini Bottom
- SpongeGar “Prehistoric Kelp Forest”
- Clown “No Weenies Allowed”
- Rocker “Krabby Road”
- Dried Sponge “Tea at the Treedome”
- Band Geek “Band Geeks”
- Maid “Can You Spare a Dime?”
The Fashion Hunter achievement/trophy is another motivation to collect all outfits in SpongeBob SquarePants: The Cosmic Shake, aside from looking rather dashing.