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FusionFall Heroes is a free-to-play game hosted by CartoonNetwork.com that is a spin-off of the original FusionFall.

In early 2013, footage of gameplay leaked onto the internet, along with multiple links to the game's official website, spawning from Cartoon Network.com itself. However, the sub-site was occasionally locked on the Cartoon Network website for standard user access for short periods of time. On March 19, 2013, Cartoon Network formally announced the game's debut[1], and on March 25, 2013, the game was released.[2]

Story

Announcement trailer
FusionFall Heroes - Which Hero Will You Be?00:34

FusionFall Heroes - Which Hero Will You Be?

When Planet Fusion attacked the Cartoon Network universe, a legion of kids rose up to help defend the world. But what were your favorite Cartoon Network characters up to? It turns out they decided to fight the fusion monsters right at their source! When they weren't busy helping the resistance, Cartoon Network's greatest heroes formed small, co-op fireteams to assault the Fusion spawning grounds. If they succeeded in their missions, they would strike a huge blow against Lord Fuse and his army of evil minions. Empowered by the rare element Dextronium, the heroes aim to destroy these monsters and take back their planet.

Gameplay

Combat

FFH gameplay

Gameplay guide.

Play style is quite different from FusionFall. Instead of free-roam platforming, the game takes a top-down view, with only movement, standard attacks, and special attacks available. Every action can be done with left and right click, but the standard a, s, d, and w can optionally be used for movement as well. As enemies are defeated, the player will build up his or her Dextronium. When at least one unit is full, the players can right click or press Space bar to do a Power Attack. Once all five units are full, however, the player may use those controls once more to perform a Special Attack.

Instead of the player creating his or her own hero, one must select one of the available Heroes to use in battle. There are 11 main Heroes, each with 6 different variations, giving them different stats and special perks. Unlike FusionFall, the game proceeds in rounds and waves, instead of an open world. From the menu a solo or party match can be entered at any time, which randomly pairs your selected hero with other players' selected heroes, and a random level.

Solo and Party missions

FFH Solo and Party

Solo and Party gameplay option.

As stated above, upon entering the game, players may choose to fight either alone or within a group of four, known as a party. Engaging in a mission with a party has its advantages over playing solo; for example, more coins are allotted in these types of missions, and another edge is better defense against enemies. After finishing a mission, players will receive bonus scores in several different areas (i.e. bonus for damage to an enemy, using fewer respawns, doing combo/special attacks, etc.), then their scores are tallied up individually before being compared to those of the other group members. Players will be raised on a podium accordingly.

Solo gameplay is played nearly the same with the exception of additional coins and enemies.

Hero Ranks and Player Level

Heroes can have their stats boosted depending on their ranks. The random nature of an Eggs' contents is actually the key to ranking up a Hero. If the player receives a Hero that they already own, the base version's stats and rank will be increased by one. The maximum of upgrading Heroes is rank 20.

The player's level will gradually increase as they continue to play and excel in matches.

Eggs

In FusionFall Heroes, Eggs are used to unlock Heroes. Any one of the three classes of Eggs are for sale once the player's earnings reach/surpass the set purchasing price:

  • Reggular Eggs, cost 15,000 coins and may contain common and uncommon heroes.
  • Eggcellent Eggs, cost 50,000 coins and may contain common and uncommon heroes with little chance of rare heroes.
  • Megga Eggs, cost 100,000 coins and may contain uncommon heroes with high chance of getting rare heroes.

Badges

FusionFall Heroes incorporates the badge achievement system used throughout CartoonNetwork.com. There are eight badges that can be achieved by the player if the following in-game requirements are met:

  • Eggschange Rate: Buy 1 Egg
  • Fusion Slayer: Defeat 1000 enemies
  • Invincible: Complete a Mission With No Respawns
  • Hero in Training: Complete 1 mission
  • Combo Master: Get a Combo of 99 or more
    • Multiple successful hits in quick succession are reported as Combos above the character's head.
  • Like a Boss: Defeat 20 Boss Monsters
  • Hero Collector: Get One of Your Heroes to Rank 20
  • The Big Cheese: Achieve Level 20

Eggschange Rate badgeFusion Slayer badgeInvincible badgeHero in Training badgeCombo Master badgeLike a Boss badgeHero Collector badgeThe Big Cheese badge

Heroes

FusionFall Heroes characters


Heroes are usable avatars of Cartoon Network characters from various shows. There are many different Heroes to collect, each with different stats, abilities and fighting styles. The various different weapons and costumes however are not just for show—they give each Heroe unique attributes. Each Hero, in their default state, is available for use at the beginning of the game, and new costumes and Heroes are obtained through Eggs. More expensive Eggs are more likely to contain rare Heroes.

There are currently 11 playable Heroes, each with 6-9 variants. See chart below for details.
Dexter Feedback Finn Fionna
  • Dexter Prime
  • Fez Dexter
  • Heatblaster Dexter
  • Goop Gear Dexter
  • Null Void Dexter
  • Crystal Dexter
  • Steampunk Dexter
  • Young Feedback
  • Fiesta Feedback
  • Boogie Pack Feedback
  • Ooo Feedback
  • Santa Feedback
  • Teenage Feedback
  • Original Finn
  • Foster's Sword Finn
  • Nanite Finn
  • Sweet Tooth Finn
  • Baseball Finn
  • Inferno Finn
  • Swashbuckler Finn
  • Berserker Finn
  • First Fionna
  • Fishbone Fionna
  • Flower Fionna
  • Fairy Fionna
  • Funhouse Fionna
  • Frosting Fionna
Four Arms Gumball Johnny Bravo Marceline
  • Proto Four Arms
  • Megas Four Arms
  • Smackhands Four Arms
  • Pompadour Four Arms
  • Spiked Four Arms
  • Toon Four Arms
  • Pom-Pom Four Arms
  • Marauder Four Arms
  • Vanilla Gumball
  • Marzipan Gumball
  • Magic Gumball
  • Wizard Gumball
  • Glowing Gumball
  • Fancy Gumball
  • Hex Gumball
  • Plumber Gumball
  • Enchanter Gumball
  • Alpha Bravo
  • Chef Johnny
  • Clobbering Johnny
  • Dragon Johnny
  • Venom Johnny
  • Johnny Bellum
  • Disco Johnny
  • Jester Johnny
  • Normal Marceline
  • Bonewing Marceline
  • Sunscreen Marceline
  • Ice Cold Marceline
  • Sweet Marceline
  • Queen Marceline
Mordecai Rigby Mojo Jojo
  • Regular Mordecai
  • Dockside Mordecai
  • Paddleball Mordecai
  • Grim Mordecai
  • Snack Bar Mordecai
  • Iacedrom Mordecai
  • Vampire Ax Mordecai
  • Rockstar Mordecai
  • Valhallen Mordecai
  • Regular Rigby
  • Raging Rigby
  • Abysus Rigby
  • Ybgir Rigby
  • E.V.O. Rigby
  • Clownproof Rigby
  • Wereskunk Rigby
  • Master Mojo
  • Cactus Mojo
  • Skullshot Mojo
  • Mojo Con Carne
  • Gator Gun Mojo
  • Modula Mojo
  • Slam Cannon Mojo
  • Dark Magic Mojo

Maps

FusionFall Heroes reuses a wide variety of locations from FusionFall, each with its own array of bosses and Fusions, including:

Trivia

  • Sandwiches give 100 health points, oatmeal gives 200, and pancakes completely restore health.
  • Each stage has five types of monsters: shock troops, the monsters that are defeated with one hit (e.g., fusion spawn); mêlée (e.g., Timber Terrors), ranged (e.g., Killowatts), mini bosses (e.g., Dire Ape), and a boss (e.g., Cryptworm).
  • FusionFall Heroes features many unused monsters from FusionFall, like Neverest and Tire Titan.
  • Several weapons from FusionFall can be found in use by variants of heroes, and even some default ones.
  • The sizes of monsters in FusionFall Heroes differs in many cases from their sizes in FusionFall (e.g., Caterplugs, which are roughly rhinoceros-sized in FusionFall, in Heroes are about the size of a well-grown dachshund).
  • Four Arms, Mordecai, and Gumball's models are re-used from another Cartoon Network game, Formula Cartoon.
  • Finn's appearance is updated for FusionFall Heroes to better to match his FusionFall concept art.
  • In the Eternal Vistas-inspired stage, the Crypt, statues of Eduardo, Cheese, Grim, and Him can be seen.
  • In the Pokey Oaks North/Pokey Oaks South stage, a chalk drawing of Richard Watterson is seen on the street. Also on the sidewalk are tic-tac-toe boards and drawings of Bubbles, Bloo, and the KND logo.
  • The Junkasaurus Wrecks has a plate number which says "Tina" on it. This is a reference to a dinosaur character of the same name from The Amazing World of Gumball.
  • In the Junkyard, the TV screens show a scene from an Adventure Time episode.
  • Strangely, Feedback sports a single pupil in-game. This is a contrast from his look in Ben 10: Omniverse, wherein he has no pupils.
  • The Omnitrix symbol is incorrectly placed on Four Arms.
  • Except for a brief appearance by Dexter, none of the playable characters can be found in the Future of the original game. Ben (that is, Feedback and FourArms) is stated to have fallen in the invasion of Tech Square, and Dexter is later presumed to have done so as well. Mojo Jojo is said to have disappeared by his Monkey Minions.

Gallery

Heroes

Screenshots


References

  1. (2013-03-19). COMING SOON: FUSIONFALL HEROES. Cartoon Network.com. Retrieved 2013-03-23.
  2. (2013-03-23). FUSIONFALL HEROES LAUNCHING MARCH 25. Cartoon Network.com. Retrieved 2013-03-23.

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  • FusionFall Heroes discussion (thread II)

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    • You know, Tann really has a point. As I loved Fusion Fall, FFH is just the worst game ever compared to FF. But, if you've never played Fus...
    • Rexx102 wrote:You know, Tann really has a point. As I loved Fusion Fall, FFH is just the worst game ever compared to FF. But, if you've ne...
  • FusionFall Heroes discussion (thread I)

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    • Bye Bye FF, You will be remembered for bringing us good gameplay R.I.P Jan 14 2009- Aug 29 2013
    • Thread has gone on for too long, plus you guys have stirred off-topic.

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