Cartoon All-Stars: Punch Time Explosion
The XL cover
Developer(s) Papaya Studio, ToonBoom!
Publisher(s) Marcus Ascota Films Inc, Ubisoft, UbiArt Framework (US)

Marcus Ascota Films Inc, Capcom (UK)

Platform(s) PlayStation 4, Wii U, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch
Release Date(s) Nintendo Switch

NA June 6, 2018
EU April 23, 2019
Wii U, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
NA Thanksgiving, 2018
EU May 29, 2019

Genre Fighting, Thrilling, Adventure, Action, Crossover
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer (via wireless/StreetPass)

Cartoon All-Stars: Punch Time Explosion is a 2018 Animated fighting video game developed by Papaya Studio & ToonBoom! and published by Marcus Ascota Films Inc., Ubiart Framework & Ubisoft Entertainment, for the Nintendo Switch, The game was released Sometime in 2011, in North America and in Europe on April 23, 2012. A port of the game for other major game consoles (WiI U, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4) under the name Cartoon All-Stars: Punch Time Explosion XL was released Sometime in North America on December, and May 11, in Europe

Story Mode Plot Edit

The Announcer decides to take the day off and watches various Cartoon shows. However, he finds an unknown force causing the worlds of each show to be destroyed, with villains jumping between worlds and many heroes becoming corrupted. The Announcer watches the events unfold, beginning with Spongebob and Patrick traveling to Loud House world in pursuit of Plankton. Spongebob and Patrick defeats a corrupted Lincoln Loud, freeing him from possession, but Plankton escapes, and Loud House world is engulfed in static. The 3 are pulled back to Bikini Bottom, where they are attacked by a corrupted Buttercup. She too is freed, and after a battle with Squidward, Evil world too begins to fade. However, Jimmy Neutron, Dexter and Widget arrives and rescues them with a dimension capsule before the world is destroyed. The allied heroes then use the capsule to travel between the worlds of many different shows, defeating the displaced villains while freeing the corrupted heroes and recruiting them to their cause before each world can be destroyed.

Having gathered a large team of heroes, the dimension capsule prepares to make one more warp to save the universes, but it Eventually explodes, leaving the heroes floating in an empty void. The world around them coalesces as the mastermind behind the events is revealed to be the announcer's remote control, which transforms into a sentient giant robot. The remote control traps the heroes and prepares to destroy them, but the group inadvertently summons Superman, who frees them all. The combined heroes defeat the remote control, turning it back to normal. Dexter reinsert the batteries, restoring all the worlds and returning everyone to their respective homes. The announcer laments that he no longer has a remote and now must stand up and change the channel himself, pondering the idea of getting a lava-man to change the channel for him with a giant lever instead.



Characters Edit

Players can choose from eighteen playable characters drawn from eleven Cartoon animated series. An additional eight characters were added to the XL version for a total of 26.

Playable Characters:
  1. Spongebob
  2. Patrick
  3. Lincoln Loud
  4. Buttercup
  5. Larry The Cucumber
  6. Bob The Tomato
  7. Timmy Turner (With Cosmo and Wanda)
  8. Bubbles
  9. Blossom
  10. Bowser Junior (SML)
  11. Joseph and Cody (SML)
  12. Jimmy Neutron
  13. Dexter
  14. Monkey
  15. Wubbzy and Daisy
  16. Widget
  17. Walden
  18. Winnie The Pooh and Piglet
  19. Tigger
  20. Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck
  21. Maggie Pesky
  22. Kirby The Vacuum Cleaner
  23. Toaster and Blanky
  24. Ami and Yumi
  25. Raving Rabbid
  26. Gumball and Darwin
  27. Mordecai and Rigby
  28. Finn and Jake
  29. Rayman and Globox
  30. Jenny Wakeman (XJ9)
  31. Sonic The Hedgehog
  32. Aang
  33. Samurai Jack
  34. Superman
  35. Ice King
  36. Plankton
  37. Mojo Jojo
Assist Characters Coming Soon


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Punch Time Explosion was received with mixed reviews. On IGN, the game a rating of 6.5 (ok). It said, "...the fun comes in very small doses." and "the levels, though aesthetically varied, are basic (a Little bit)", criticising its alright gameplay and plagiarism of the Super Smash Bros. games.