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PPGD: Battle in Megaville

rated 4.29 / 5 stars
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Mar 16, 2006 | 1:24 PM EST
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Author Comments

First off, read Bleedman's Powerpuff Girls Doujinshi (PPGD) if you haven't! Doujinshi is Bleedman's work, *NOT* mine!!

This is a fighting game based off of the story and characters of PPGD. 6+ playable characters! Juggle combo system! Several unlockable secrets!

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Have questions/trouble? Click "Read More" and read FAQ at bottom.


PPGD is a doujinshi written by Bleedman.
The character sprites in the game are creations of Dan123 and Emm456.

1. the character pics on the character selection screen are outside of the boxes
-> just my personal aesthetic preference
2. the combos use the keys F and G, not A and B
-> A and B stand for 'Attack A' and 'Attack B'
3. the powerpuff girls change uniform between different attacks
-> my use of incoherent sprites (did not feel motivated to edit them all, praying you don't notice)
4. What are the controls? Can I change them?
-> Go to the "Options" on main menu to see/change them
5. How do you play?
-> read the "How to Play" on main menu
5. How do I beat Zim?!
-> He's vulnerable to a certain laser attack..
-> try hitting 'F' or 'G' (your default attack buttons)
7. How do you pause?
-> You can press ENTER, or click on MENU

Version History:
- first release
- link to bleedman's comics now opens in new window.
- new Zim voiceovers by InvaderJimu
- can now hit JUMP for fast on-ground fall recovery
- damage levels increased by 50%
- now skipping win screen is possible
- adjusted sound volume for certain voices
- added a congratulations screen for beating story mode on highest difficulty
- fixed congratz screen's bugs..
- improved congratz screen, for difficulty 6+.
- fixed zim for versus.
- zim now falls in versus mode
- added extra hidden options

Found a bug?
Then please let me know. I like fixing bugs.



Rated 3 / 5 stars

A Decent Fighter.

The Doujinshi is a very clever spin on modern cartoons today and the fighting game is enjoyable but seldom deep or engrossing. For one there is a small character roster that consists mainly of the Powerpuff Girls series with other Doushinji that make an apearance. The moveset for each character are activated with the same button presses and each character has similar moves. But with different launch and dash styles the variety of characters is apparent but skin deep. The story mode progresses but there is no closure as far as the game will go. Supporting two player versus is a nice touch and offers some friendly competition with simple character pallettes and movesets makes this game reminiscent of Super Smash Bros. With the crossovers and easy moveset but lacking an ample character roster, and finally an unforgiving difficulty spike; a great time killer in the end.


Rated 3 / 5 stars


This is an alright game. It is a little on the easy side. When using buttercup you can beat all the battles using one attack. still was a good game that i enjoyed.

arayh responds:

It was too easy for you? Perhaps you need to up the difficulty level and try again. So far no one has told me it was 'too easy' on max difficulty (might be the fact that buttercup's attack becomes useless there).

Thanks for the review!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

the extra just makes it harder for you

wtf i got the extra and i gept ding even on easy pluse zim is still fing up i beat the game on easy and it read unlock zim in servivle mode just hold enter so i did nothing happned


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Two words awesome...uh...ness! Yeah!


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

nice try.. but it falls short

this game was too easy -- even on 'difficult' mode, you just need to find one move that will do massive damage and knock the other character down, then when they try to get up, you hit them with it again until they die
i understand fighting games are difficult to make because they are usually either far too easy or far too difficult -- very difficult to find the balance
the characters were kinda lame -- but only because there is a serious air about the game where these characters are clearly not serious
the last thing i have to comment about was it was too choppy.. fighting games are only good when you can have fast paced action -- like mortal kombat or primal instinct
there shows potential though

arayh responds:

I guess it's too easy when you've mastered countermoves, but for most people, Shira Bell is still quite a challenge. Perhaps you can unlock her survival mode or something. I feel that the difficulty range already fits most of the gamers, from beginners to casual players, to experienced ones. Most people agree it's harder than most fighting games at their max difficulty.

The characters are serious because they come from Bleedman's doujinshi. His story is clearly much more serious than the cartoon network's variety.

If it was too choppy, you might want to look at the framerate. You can activate the fps display from the options menu. If your FPS goes under 22/25 fps, then it's probably your computer. When Shira Bell shows up, she should be running at non-choppy lightning speed.