The Monkey Skyway and S.C.A.M.P.E.R. system are both player transport methods, but there are some key differences between them.
Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall Wrap Report
Richard Aihoshi of IGN.com shares an in-depth look at FusionFall from the perspective of the game's development team.
FusionFall: Mario Piedra Talks Art
"FusionFall has a decidedly unique look due to Art Director Mario Piedra. Find out more about FusionFall's artistic direction and about Piedra himself in this exclusive Q&A."Warcry Network gives FusionFall fans insight into the life and mind of the game's very creative Art Director, courtesy of Suzy Ford.
Congrats to our Caption Contest Winners!
Find out who won a load of Nano Gumballs by putting words in Bloo's mouth!
Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall
"If you want to play an online game with your kids and enjoy it, this would be it."Bryon Lloyd of GameVortex rates FusionFall's graphics, gameplay, difficulty level and game mechanics in this thorough review.
"Don't bother with this review. Just go check it out."In All Fired Up's 5-minute FusionFall review, Robert Reynolds gives a video introduction to the game and urges viewers to go play right away!
Item Spotlight #1
Meet a weapon inspired by the most dangerous beasts of the sea. It's like carrying the power of a Great White shark.
Did You Know? #4
Nano Powers can be swapped! Learn how to change out your Nanos' skills for different ones.
Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall Review
"... all you Cartoon Network (CN) fans......find reason to smile...."Game Plasma's Steve Mahone puts FusionFall to the test and gives it a 7 out of 10.
"It's evident Cartoon Network spared no muscle in creating this free, kid-friendly Web-based extension to its on-air lineup."Leigh Alexander takes Variety's readers on a tour of FusionFall and compares the game to the standard MMOG model.
FusionFall on the Road -- NBA Jam Session
The FusionFall team is headed to Phoenix during All Star Week to share the game with NBA fans!
Did You Know? #3
Find out how to escape those weird places where your character gets trapped!
"If you're a parent or relative with young(er) gamers to entertain, FusionFall is a great choice."GameCyte reviews FusionFall and finds that it's fun for adults as well as kids.
Did You Know? #2
You can run races in the game to earn more Fusion Matter. On your mark, get set, GO!
Interview: Executive Producer for FusionFall
Worlds in Motion questions FusionFall's mastermind on the game's design, pricing plan, Unity engine and future development.
FusionFall: Get the Facts
Nadia Oxford of What They Play has got all of your FusionFall questions answered. Content, pricing, community -- you name it, she covers it in this very thorough guide to the game.
FusionFall on the Road -- New York Comic Con
Our team's headed to NYCC, and anyone who comes out to play FusionFall at the con gets a gift code for a special in-game item!
New Online Game from Cartoon Network: FusionFall
"I enjoyed playing FusionFall and even had my 10 and 8-year-old daughters run through some quests with me and help me create a character. They loved it!"Jennifer James of The Mom Salon tests FusionFall and finds it to be creative, fun and a good value.
Top Ten Free-to-Play Games - FusionFall Poised to Clean up
"$10 might buy one toy for your child you'll never want to play with, but that same $10 will buy an entire month of fun gaming together."Ralsu of Ten Ton Hammer delves into FusionFall's pricing plan and names it a winner.
Cartoon Network MMO FusionFall Available Now
G4 Online writer Raymond Padilla alerts readers to FusionFall's official launch and asks readers to send in their thoughts.
Did You Know? (1st in a Series)
Learn the quick and easy way to name your character without waiting on an approval.
Cartoon Network Universe: FusionFall Hands-on
"The first thing that you'll notice from starting up the game is its striking visual style."Ign.com jumps right into FusionFall on its first day of commercial launch to test, explore and give first impressions the game.