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  • Summary: Planet Fusion has traveled the galaxy for eons, consuming everything in its path. Now it's invading the Cartoon Network Universe, creating evil character clones and corrupting the world. You are the last line of defense! Dive into the first browser-based MMOG for kids that combines tons of console game action with groundbreaking massively multiplayer online gameplay. Create your own unique avatar and join an epic adventure alongside thousands of other players and 50+ Cartoon Network characters from your favorite shows, including Ben 10 Alien Force; Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends; Ed, Edd n Eddy; Dexter's Laboratory; The Powerpuff Girls and more! Explore 60 playable zones that cover a 17-plus square kilometer area of gameplay! Travel through a diverse geography that includes familiar areas from Cartoon Network, including the Cul-de-Sac from Ed, Edd, and Eddy and the Tree House from Codename: Kids Next Door, as well as new imagined play areas such as FusionFall's downtown, dark lands and vast wild lands. Adventure, combat and exploration lie in every direction! 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, each with their own special powers and abilities. New, expanded content to be added regularly. 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] Expand
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  1. FusionFall is great for fans of the cartoons on Cartoon Network. This is a great way to get in to the mindset of playing an MMO. Having the anime feel and characters that you know and love is an added bonus. It’s not every day that you can play around inside an animated universe.
  2. 80
    Though the tastes of pre-teen boys are as fickle online as on the air, "FusionFall" is sure to grab its target aud's attention and, if it's well supported and marketed, could even turn into a solid business of its own.
  3. Fusionfall is an ambitious idea that may not have hit all the marks, but this is a solid first effort in an untapped market - a children's MMORPG.
  4. 70
    If you compare Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall to top tier MMOs like World of Warcraft or Warhammer Online you'll set yourself up for disappointment. Rather, developer Grigon Entertainment has developed a really accessible, easy, and streamlined experience for the young ones.
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  1. KGameLover1
    May 31, 2009
    9
    I actually think this is pretty fun. It's WoW lite, done right!
  2. Feb 19, 2013
    8
    This game is a little easy but in a really fun way, the graphics are good, the music is good, and the combat is pretty fun once you think about it, although the game crashes sometimes and is a little laggy and repetitive but it is still a pretty enjoyable experience. Expand
  3. Jun 13, 2013
    8
    This game is AWESOME. It is a third-person shooter mmo with just about every cartoon network character making a cameo. In game, you have these helpers that have special abilities called nanos. They are a clever way to put cartoonnetwork characters in the game. It also brings in a little bit of something collectable, like pokemon. the game play is good, but i guess a little repetitive. it also has some annoying lag, but it's acceptable. There are lots of cool weapons and lots of them are based of character's weapons in cartoonnetwork shows. The graphics are good, especially for a browser game. Did i mention this games accessibility? It's a free download on cartoonnetwork.com, so what's stopping you? go out and get it! Expand
  4. Xiru
    Mar 7, 2009
    7
    While it's interesting to play a game in which you receive missions from cartoon characters you could only see on TV before, underneath the fun cameos is a mediocre grindfest which won't be able to entertain you for too long - especially considering that the game can barely be classified an MMO as it is. It's more like a glorified chatroom with some cartoons, laser guns, and tons of "Kill X number of Y" missions thrown in. It should be mentioned, however, how accessible the game is. It's browser-based (even though it looks quite decent) and it's very easy to just pick up and play, with its streamlined controls and simple mechanics. All in all, give it a try, but don't expect any revolutionary ideas or great innovations. Expand
  5. JohnDe
    Mar 3, 2009
    0
    Just. Plain. Awesome. Better than Hl2 and Crysis put together, simply a master piece. Wait, wrong game.