Ryan Sil. (Creator of Dynamite Alex for Andro..., Amazon
20 June 2013
Summary: During a little trip to Gamestop, I picked this game up for $5. I was really not expecting much from this one. After all, Cartoon Network games are usually only either good (Powerpuff Girls: Mojo-a-Go Go), or mediocre-to-bad (Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion). Billy & Mandy was a rare GREAT, actually, and I'm totally willing to play it again to kill time! The game is a fighter a lot like that of the Power Stone series.
Summary: My 8 year old son bought this game. He enjoys the cartoon. However, he thought it was going to be an adventure game with fighting, not a simple plain fighting game. He grew bored with it in a matter of minutes. I looked at the reviews prior to buying the game. It had good reviews, but I should have read all the reviews. This game doesn't seem to have a story, just plain combat in the likes of Mortal Kombat or Street Fighter.
Summary: This game is pretty fun. It is non-stop insanity where you are basically just beating up other characters from the show. I played it for 2 hours straight and didn't even realize that so much time had passed. It is sort of mind-numbing, but sometimes that's a good thing...
Summary: Billy and Mandy prove to be quite fun for children. The graphics are quite good. I find the game fast paced and hard to follow but the kids love it! It has some qualities that remind one of days gone by with atari and nintendo at their earliest.