Powerpuff Girls created by Craig McCracken and copyright of Cartoon Network
This unofficial fangame is approved by neither, and is created just for fun.
PC download: PC download
Mac download: Mac download
[now using dropbox, you don't need an account, it might ask you to sign up, but you can just say "no thanks, take me to the download"]
I am intending for this to be the final version of the Powerpuff Character Creator, I've packed a lot of things into this, I know I could always add more, but I want to move on to other projects and I've spent a long time(/too long) on this fangame
So some major updates for this version:
New costume stuff: Obviously more costume components in almost every category, huzzah.
Custom controls/options: You can now set key/controller bindings from the options screen! The game no longer uses the default unity startup setup thing, all the quality/resolution settings are in the in-game menu now!
Works at smaller resolutions: The game previously couldn't really be played in 800x600 because the character creator icons would all get overlap each other and there just wasn't enough room, I now use scrollbars on the menus so that everything can be accessed even on 800x600 resolution. Won't work on anything smaller though.
Music: The music from PowerpuffZ3, created by Parsec, is now in the game, you can cycle through all the tracks.
And... oh yeah, there's a playable game now.
Don't expect too much, unlike PPZ3 I didn't have a testing team, and it's pretty much just me working on this thing, everything is incredibly unbalanced, but anyway - when I started making this character creator I was just testing out the ability to modify textures in-game, then decided to add some extra costumes so people could play around with it, kept adding to it. Didn't intend to do more than that at the time. Then I felt like I should add something interactive... and I always feel pretty bad when someone messages me to say PPZ3 doesn't work and there's nothing I can do about it. So I have made a game that will hopefully somewhat make up for that, it's not exactly "PPZ4", it's something different, kind of a spin off, so I call it Powerpuff ZX
There is a howtoplay file in the download that should explain the game mechanics but there is also a tutorial you can select from the main menu that will go through the basic idea of the game.
It is basically a 3D battle arena game, like many Dragonball Z games, where you have melee and special powers to use against your opponent. Your special powers are on a cooldown meter, so when you use a special power there is a short time before you can use that power again, but if you successfully land melee hits on your opponent, the cooldown speeds up - so the aim is to be aggressive! Get your target HP to zero and they get knocked out and victory is yours.
Sometimes when you start the game there will be no sound/music, you can fix this by going to the options and just turning the music and sound up/down and it'll turn on when you do that.
On Mac, none of the settings or characters seemed to save unless I had the game run from the desktop, I'm not super familiar with Macs, so I don't know if that's just my settings or what.
There's some lighting problems with split screen mode, shouldn't impact gameplay, just weird problems with the lights in the second camera.
If you're using keyboard to play, make sure that is set/highlighted as the control system of choice in the options, it will probably default to gamepad if you have one plugged in.
For PC, your settings will be stored in "Users/[username]/Appdata/LocalLow/PowerpuffZX" if you need to reset your settings