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Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall

Platform(s): PC
Genre: Online Multiplayer
Publisher: Cartoon Network
Developer: Cheyenne

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'Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall' - New Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 5, 2009 @ 9:38 p.m. PST

FusionFall is an MMOG set in a re-imagined Cartoon Network universe. As a kid in this world, players will team up with other players and Cartoon Network characters to defend it from an alien invasion of epic proportions. The game is a mix of all the action of a 3-D console platform game and all the customization, character development and open-ended world exploration of an MMORPG (massively multi-player online role-playing game).

FusionFall is an MMOG set in a re-imagined Cartoon Network universe. As a kid in this world, players will team up with other players and Cartoon Network characters to defend it from an alien invasion of epic proportions. The game is a mix of all the action of a 3-D console platform game and all the customization, character development and open-ended world exploration of an MMORPG (massively multi-player online role-playing game). In addition, small, super-deformed versions of Cartoon Network characters are collected along the way and travel with players, providing powers and abilities to assist during missions.

The retail Victory Pack Exclusive includes: 4 months free play time, 2 exclusive character outfits and weapons not available in the online version of the game, a comprehensive Game Guide, and a cool FusionFall tshirt size Adult small (tshirt only available at GameStop)

The first triple-A, browser-based MMOG for kids with groundbreaking gameplay that combines a fast-paced hybrid MMO with a console platformer.

Features

  • Join an epic kid-centric adventure alongside thousands of other players and more than 50 characters from some of Cartoon Network’s most popular shows, including: Ben 10 Alien Force; Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends; Ed, Edd n Eddy; Dexter’s Laboratory; The Powerpuff Girls; Billy & Mandy; Kids Next Door, Samurai Jack and more.
  • More than 60 playable zones cover a 17-plus square kilometer area of gameplay! Explore a diverse geography that includes familiar areas from Cartoon Network, including the Cul-de-Sac, the Tree House and Foster’s, as well as new imagined play areas such as FusionFall’s downtown, dark lands and vast wild lands.
  • Create your own unique avatar for the online adventure within a challenging Cartoon Network universe filled with rich, humorous content.
  • Collect more than 30 customizable “Nanos”— tiny stylized versions of Cartoon Network’s most famous characters. Up to three Nanos can be used at a time, which provide special powers and abilities.
  • Distinctive visual approach combines an all-new original cel-shaded anime style fit within the familiar look and feel of Cartoon Network. Many FusionFall characters have been “aged-up” to better appeal to the 8-14 demographic.
  • Through a partnership with online child protection specialist Crisp Thinking, FusionFall will be integrated with the Crisp NetModerator system, providing the most complete suite of safety features the industry has to offer in an online game for kids.
  • Distinctive visual approach combines an all-new original cel-shaded anime style fit within the familiar look and feel of Cartoon Network. Many FusionFall characters have been “aged-up” to better appeal to the 8-14 demographic.
  • Through a partnership with online child protection specialist Crisp Thinking, FusionFall will be integrated with the Crisp NetModerator system, providing the most complete suite of safety features the industry has to offer in an online game for kids.

Majesco's FusionFall, developed by Grigon Entertainment, will launch on Jan. 13, 2009 for $19.99.

 


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