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Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion - Nintendo 3DS

Platform : Nintendo 3DS
24 customer reviews
Metascore: 58 / 100

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Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion brings the best of Cartoon Network to one epic 3D Rumber! Mysterious forces are at work when worlds collide and the casts of the biggest Cartoon Network shows battle one another in this all-star brawler. Shows include Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, The PowerPuff Girls, Dexter's Laboratory, Samurai Jack, The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Codename: The Kids Next Door, Chowder, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, and The Grim Adventures of Bill and Mandy.

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Your favorite characters from Cartoon Network™ are coming together in one epic battler!

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Did you ever wonder what would happen if Humungousaur and Samurai Jack met up in a dark alley? What if Dexter took on Mac and Bloo? The possibilities are endless! If only there was a way to get all your favorite cartoon characters together... Well you don't have to wait any longer... Get ready for a Punch Time Explosion!

Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL is a fighting game featuring characters from some of the most iconic shows on Cartoon Network. This is the network's first ever all-star brawler! Fans can go to toe-to-toe with characters from 11 of Cartoon Network's shows including The Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Laboratory, Chowder and many more.


  • Story mode: Experience an original cross-over storyline to blow your mind! Use your favorite Cartoon Network characters to battle your way towards the mysterious force that is causing villains to unite and universes to collide. You can even play co-op Story mode with up to 4 players! Gather your forces, fighters, and prepare for the ultimate battle!

  • Battle mode: Fight against friends or CPUs in this fast-paced action packed mode for up to 4 players. Use a variety of different attacks to knock your opponents off of the map. Every character has its own unique moves which keeps the action fresh and exciting!

  • Arcade mode: Tournament style battles! Play through a series of unique fights to reach the end. You'll even have allies join you for some matches.

  • Training mode: This mode lets you practice with any character of your choice to better understand the way they play. You can even choose the behavior of the computer opponent.

  • PTE mode: Instead of just fighting, your goal is to collect energy cubes to build your PTE meter. Collect more than your opponents to win!

  • Fight the drones mode: In this mode, you have to fight waves of enemies, while still fighting off your opponents. Whoever destroys more drones wins!

  • 26 different characters from your favorite shows such as Ben Tennyson, FlapJack, Monkey and Numbah One! Plus, some characters that are all new to XL such as Johnny Bravo, Scotsman, and Aku!

  • 26 different battle arenas, all based around your favorite shows! Fight on the pier of Stormalong Harbor, the roofs of Townsville, or in the Foster's Mansion, just to name a few!

  • Punch Time Explosions: The more you fight, the more your PTE gauge can build up. Get it maxed out, and unleash your PTE on your opponents for a crushing attack! Every character has their own breathtaking PTE to use to their advantage.

  • Signature Attacks: Each character has four signature attacks which have a unique visual flavor that represents them. For example, Ben Tennyson's signature attacks morph him into 4 different forms!

  • Synergy Attacks: Call on various other characters to help you in battle! Synergies are crushing double team attacks similar to PTEs. Panini, Val Hallen, and Fred Fredburger are only a few of the assist characters featured!

  • PTE Store: By battling, you can earn coins to purchase cool unlockable items and characters! You can even unlock actual clips from your favorite Cartoon Network shows!

  • Use the vault to keep track of your records and stats!


Get ready for some chaotic non-stop action featuring your favorite Cartoon Network characters in Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion XL!


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  • ASIN: B004R0JOL0
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 4.9 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 7, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,148 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tim Coogan on June 8, 2011
Perhaps one of the most long awaited games for the Nintendo 3DS, it's "Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion" (curiously once known as "Cartoon Network Superstar Rumble") !

This game is pretty much your basic crossover game where some of the biggest names duke it out to see who's the last one standing. Some examples include "Super Smash Bros." and "Tatsunoko vs. Capcom". "Punch Time Explosion" pits some of the biggest names of the Cartoon Network universe such as "The Powerpuff Girls", "Ben 10 Ultimate Alien", "The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack", and "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends" just to name a few. Think about it, did you ever wanted Dexter to beat the snot out of Billy AND Mandy in the world of "Chowder" or have Captain K'nuckles go up against Captain Planet in Samurai Jack's world ? Well, this game will let you do that and more !

There are 18 playable characters each with their own attacks and a special move called the "Punch Time Explosion" attack. In order to use it, you must grab cubes that you get from beating up your enemies to fill up your super attack meter. Then you simply touch the lower screen and watch the fireworks fly. In addition to health items and weapons used in this game, there's also a question-mark labeled box that unleashes an assist character. Some characters are passive like Coco, Gazpacho, Peppermint Larry, and Gwen Tennyson; others are offensive like Johnny Bravo, Numbuh Two, Dee Dee, Eduardo, Kevin Leven, and Fred Fredburger. If you get a bad guy like Aku, Stickybeard, or Him, well, try to stay out of their way.

While versus mode is a good way to kill some time and a few opponents, so to speak, the story mode is rather enticing.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Will on June 19, 2011
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Just buy this game already. it's not as good as Smash bros, but Smash Bros for 3DS isn't coming out for a year or two, and if you're a CN fan, what are you waiting for? Maybe you've looked at reviews of it from game websites that gave it a bad score. That's because they compare it to Smash Bros. Hell, most of those websites don't even know what their names are! One website said Father from KND was Dexter's Dad!

The character you want isn't in the game? Well, there is a console version coming out soon with more characters. The dev team said that there may be a DLC for the 3DS to get the characters the console version gets if the game sells well.

Instead of Pre-Ordering a game that comes out in the winter, how about get a game now and get that game you were going to pre-order when the time comes? This game isn't as bad as critics say it is, and they give it bad reviews because they compare it to SSBB, and some people are ripping on it just because it's made by a company no one knows. Take it from me- I've actually played it and I'm a fan of CN- Well the old CN.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By David L. on June 13, 2011
Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion is a new fighting game that is currently exclusive to the Nintendo 3DS. I preordered the game a week before it came out at GameStop in order to get the free t-shirt that I will never wear since it's an extra large while I'm a small. The game consists of characters and stages from the Cartoon Network universe, but I did not find any characters from the newer shows like Adventure Time and Regular Show. Maybe those will come up in the console versions due out this September.

I already knew that this game was heavily based on the Super Smash Bros franchise when I preordered it. The developer even said that when they first revealed the game. So if you ever played Brawl or Melee or the the original, you would know what to expect if you buy this game. The L and R triggers allow you to shield, the A button allows you to grab, B allows you to use a basic attack, X allows you to jump, Y allows you to use a special attack, and you use the circle pad to move. The touch screen is used for switching between your characters during the game's story mode and for using a super attack.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev) on December 15, 2012
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When I have first heard about Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion, I was curious. A game with the likes of Super Smash Bros AND features characters from Cartoon Network's glory days? Count me in! It seemed like a perfectly good way to escape from the newer CN shows like Ninjago (uh....) and Regular Show (Who thought this show was a good idea?). And then I finally got my hands on the game...

First off, the voice work for the characters was TERRIBLE. Most of the characters had different voice actors for this game, resulting in some pretty crappy voice work. We still have Tara Strong voicing Bubbles, and Mandy, Ben 10, and Bloo also have their original voices, but why does Dexter have to sound like a science-obsessed Timmy Turner? Why does Mojo Jojo have an aggressive voice and doesn't talk for days on end? Could they make Johnny Bravo sound any worse? At least new voices like Grim's sound accurate.

Another problem with the voices is that when the characters talk, they only talk through dialogue boxes, and reuse voice clips like "Hi frind!" (Flapjack), "I'm Blossom!" (Self-explanatory), "Hey." (Bloo), etc. But guess what? Apparently, the narrator gets to speak fully, saying everything shown in his dialogue boxes. What kind of sense does that make?

Actually, the narrator speaking and the new voices not talking much is a good thing. Why? Because the narrator of the game is GEORGE LOWE, the voice of Space Ghost (as in Space Ghost Coast to Coast)! That said, although the game itself doesn't reveal he is Space Ghost, he definitely behaves like so. Come on, game. There's no hiding it. He even says "I've been hosting so much I'm introing on my day off!" and makes some pretty funny jokes here and there in the story.
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