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The time is now. The hero is you.

A Massive Multiplayer Crossover in the form of an MMORPG made by Cartoon Network. Planet Fusion, a living planet made out of a green, gooey substance, has attacked Earth, and it's up to you, a bunch of animesque versions of characters from Cartoon Network series, and many, many other people to stop the alien invaders. The game has a simple but effective equipment system arming you with guns, swords, bombs, guitars, frisbees, and other items to defeat the opposition, while giving you shirts, pants, and shoes to protect yourself, while masks, helmets and capes/backwear are just for show.

However, the biggest change to the MMO formula came with Nanos, miniature versions of Cartoon Network characters that are gained on level-up instead of stat bonuses. You can have three nanos with you at all times, and each has three abilities, of which each can only use one, granting you a variety of different layouts and choices, such as having Numbuh Two provide super speed, the ability to warp back to specific locations in dungeons, or increased money gain upon defeating enemies.

After a long stint of no significant updates (beyond the disabling of the chat feature in June 2013), Cartoon Network Games finally announced the game's closing on August 23rd and granted all players max levels and unlimited funds until the game's final day on August 29th.


There's also the wiki for your browsing enjoyment.

There's also a spinoff set in the same continuity as the main game called FusionFall Heroes. Instead of being an MMO platformer like FusionFall, it's an overhead 3D action game ala Diablo with both a single player and online multiplayer opponent that lets you choose between various Cartoon Network heroes and take them into combat. Here's a preview. Here's the game.

FusionFall closed on August 29th of 2013. Despite its cancellation, the game still has a massive cult following, with various petitions requesting it to be relaunched. After the petitions didn't lead to an official revival, more earnest attempts to start private servers came to light in 2015. Originally, FusionFall Legacy aimed to start a private server with a rebuilt version of the game. In 2016, the FFL revealed that, with some help, they were able to create a new server with the original FusionFall client, as it was right before the first anniversary event in 2010. Closed alpha testing for the new private server with the original client, FusionFall Retro, was set for late-January. With the change of plans, FusionFall Legacy's focus shifted from being a private server for the original version of the game to a fully reimagined version of FusionFall, with Retro serving as a stopgap until Legacy's full release.


The game itself can be considered a who's who of Cartoon Network's original characters. Here is a list of series represented by characters in the story:

With everythingnote  BUT Mike, Lu & Og, Sheep in the Big City, Robotomy, The Problem Solverz, and Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones?, showing up in some other way.

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  • Animesque: Done to pretty much everyone to a slight degree in an attempt to unify the varying art styles, but done most obviously (which is to say, really obviously) to the Powerpuffs and to Dexter. Reaction to the Puffs has been mixed, but the new, older, richer-and-Tony-Stark-like Dexter... uh, doesn't have any female detractors, at any rate.
  • Crisis Crossover: With the threat of Planet Fusion assimilating the Earth, everyone, good or bad, is working to prevent the catastrophe.

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  • Big Damn Heroes: Constantly
  • The Cameo:
    • Silhouettes of Ed, Edd and Eddy and Samurai Jack are seen at the beginning but they don't play a role in the story. Likewise Coop and Jamie's silhouettes show up later but they don't notice the carnage going on outside.
    • Charles Darwin Middle School, Endsville, and Orchid Bay also make cameos.
  • Dance Battler: Dee Dee.
  • Genki Girl: Dee Dee.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: The heroes think they've stopped the fuse spores and the source from where it's coming from. Turns out it was a beacon and by blowing it up they've brought Planet Fuse right to them.
  • Not Me This Time: While Mojo had intended to do a scheme at the start of the story, the Fuse beat him to it and he has to stop Blossom from socking him to warn the heroes of the incoming threat.
  • Prequel: Shows the starting invasion of the Fuse.
  • Pungeon Master: Numbuh 2, but what else is new?
  • Teeth Clinched Teamwork: Dexter grudgingly has to partner with Mandark.
  • Took a Level in Badass: Mac and Bloo can fight, apparently.
  • Know-Nothing Know-It-All: Bloo (as usual).
  • What Happened to the Mouse?:
    • Numbuh 2 asks this to Blossom and Bubbles about Buttercup but Numbuh 5 cuts him off.
    • Likewise, Numbuhs 1, 3, and 4 are absent when the treehouse is attacked, yet they show up in the game itself.
  • Your Princess Is in Another Castle!: The group managed to stop the source of where the Fuse pods are coming from and start to celebrate...then Mojo crashes near them followed by Planet Fuse appearing over Earth. Uh-oh...

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