The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction

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The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction
Powerpuff Girls heart emblem.svg
Developer(s)VIS Entertainment
Asylum Entertainment
Publisher(s)BAM! Entertainment
Composer(s)Thomas Chase Jones
Steve Rucker
James L. Venable
SeriesThe Powerpuff Girls
Platform(s)Nintendo 64
PlayStation
ReleaseNintendo 64
  • NA: October 14, 2001
PlayStation
  • NA: November 8, 2001
  • PAL: December 7, 2001
Genre(s)Arena Fighting game
Mode(s)Single player

The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction is a 2001 action-adventure comedy fighting video game based on The Powerpuff Girls and released for the Nintendo 64 and PlayStation.

Gameplay[change | change source]

The player can play as all three Powerpuff Girls and seven villains. One player can either be a villain or a Powerpuff Girl and the second player can only play as a villain. When the characters collect enough bottles of Chemical X, they use their superpowers. The PlayStation port gives an extra superpower to all three Powerpuff Girls.

Playable characters[change | change source]

  • Blossom
  • Bubbles
  • Buttercup
  • Ace
  • Big Billy
  • Sedusa
  • Princess Morbucks
  • Fuzzy Lumpkins
  • Mojo Jojo
  • HIM

Plot[change | change source]

The Powerpuff Girls decided to make a pie filled with Chemical X. As they left it by the window to cool, Mojo Jojo stole it and shared it with the other villains. The girls didn't see the pie once they returned to the kitchen. Bubbles told Blossom and Buttercup she added Chemical X to the pie so that it would be super. They figured out that Mojo Jojo has taken the pie. After defeating the villains and Mojo Jojo, HIM offered a challenge to his lair.

Voice cast[change | change source]

  • Cathy Cavadini
  • Tara Strong
  • Elizabeth Daily
  • Tom Kane, Tom Kenny
  • Jennifer Martin
  • Jennifer Hale
  • Chuck McCann
  • Roger L. Jackson
  • Mari Weiss
  • Mary Scheer

additional voices included, Yeardley Smith, Wally Wingert.

Reception[change | change source]

The game wasn't well-liked.