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GameMill Entertainment sent out a new batch of screenshots showing off the characters of the side-scrolling action game Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers. Six heroes/hero pairs are included, which can be swapped between instantly in single-player.

The lineup is as follows:

  • Finn & Jake (Adventure Time) – Inseparable as always, Finn the Human uses the superpowers of his best friend and shapeshifting dog Jake to unleash damage and protect himself.
  • Steven Universe (Steven Universe) – Half-human, half-Crystal Gem magical guardian of the cosmos, Steven is equipped with a number of bright and bubbly abilities.
  • Clarence (Clarence) – Dishing out sugary-sweet justice, Clarence brings his love and excitement for everything – including carbonated beverages – to the squad.
  • Gumball (The Amazing World of Gumball) – A blue cat with a flair for misadventure, Gumball is a middle-school student from Elmore who takes enemies to school with imaginative weaponry.
  • Mordecai & Rigby (Regular Show) – Best friends who’d rather play video games than work, Mordecai and Rigby have teamed up to do the job that one hero should be able to do alone.
  • Uncle Grandpa (Uncle Grandpa) – A good-hearted uncle and grandpa who magically helps the world with the powers of his propeller hat and more.
  • And here are today’s screenshots:

    Source: GameMill PR

    Cartoon Network and GameMill Entertainment have formally announced Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers. Screenshots from the game are available along with details.

    Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers is described as a side-scrolling action game with lighthearted humor. A tear in the universe is created after Uncle Grandpa accidentally hits the multidimensional switch on his RV. In doing so, the heroes of some of Cartoon Network’s biggest shows are brought together to take down threats from their animated worlds.

    Six playable characters are included: Uncle Grandpa, Finn & Jake from Adventure Time, Rigby & Mordecai from Regular Show, Clarence, Gumball from The Amazing World of Gumball, and Steven of Steven Universe. Each one can be swapped at any time. With some enemies, you’ll need to use a specific hero’s ability to defeat them. GameMill promises “special stages with varied gameplay, boss battles and light character progression and customization.”

    Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers will be a solo experience on 3DS. Unfortunately, the co-op multiplayer feature we heard about in a previous retailer listing is only in the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. But there is a bonus Bonkers mode in which players can replay stages “with even more wild challenges”.

    Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers launches in November. The game will be available both physically and digitally.

    Source: GameMill PR

    We’ve been hearing about Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers through various retailer pages. GameMill has now officially announced it, confirming a November launch for the game. Watch the debut trailer below.

    A listing on Target’s website contains the boxart for Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers. See the pack shot above.

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    GameMill Entertainment has announced Big Hero 6: Battle in the Bay, a new action-adventure platforming game for 3DS and DS. It’s due out this fall in North America.

    Here’s a brief overview:

    Set after the events of the film, the game follows robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada and his like-minded friends turned heroes – Baymax, GoGo Tomago, Wasabi, Honey Lemon, and Fred – as they attempt to save the city of San Fransokyo from a battlebot invasion. The adventurous gameplay is brought to life with vibrant comic-style storytelling that gives players control of the stars of the film in this action-packed combat platformer.

    Disney Big Hero 6: Battle in the Bay lets players interact with all six members of the squad, each in unique ways. Playable characters include Fred, boasting over-the-top power; GoGo, specializing in speed; Wasabi, featuring fast-paced combat skills; and Hiro who’s adept at platforming. Baymax and Honey Lemon also show up to support players throughout gameplay. Each of the adventure’s 20 story levels is tailored to reflect and test the talents of a specific character with a diverse assortment of enemies and environmental hazards. The game also offers climactic boss showdowns, hidden collectibles that unlock potent upgrades for the crew and special Challenge Mode versions of each stage.

    Check out the boxart for Big Hero 6: Battle in the Bay above.

    Source: GameMill PR


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