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Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall Latest News - PC

Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall
Game Description:A MMO based on the multiple cartoon franchises of Cartoon Network, allowing thousands of gamers to play along with their favorite characters together. Familiar characters like Mac and Bloo, Ben 10 and the Codename: Kids Next Door kids will appear for players to interact with, while players themselves can decorate themselves with items they have purchased to be whoever they want to be. The game is free to download and play, with subscription and micro-transactions available to players to enhance the gaming experience.
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  • Cartoon Network MMO 'FusionFall' Available Now

    Cartoon Network's first massively multiplayer online game, FusionFall, is available today. Aimed at fans of the network and younger gamers, FusionFall was designed to be easy to play for all skill levels. The game incorporates more than 50 characters from various Cartoon Network shows, including Ben 10, Alien Force, Dexter’s Laboratory,...

    Posted January 14, 2009| 30 Comments

    Cartoon Network MMO 'FusionFall' Available Now

 


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