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The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction (2001)

Mojo Jojo and the villains ate a Chemical X pie and the Powerpuff Girls have to stop them from eating more of the pie.

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Blossom (voice) (as Catherine Cavadini)
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Bubbles (voice)
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Buttercup (voice) (as E.G. Daily)
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Professor Utonium / Him (voice)
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Fuzzy Lumpkins (voice) (as Jim J. Cummings)
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Mojo Jojo (voice)
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Big Billy / Ace (voice) (as Jeff Glen Bennet)
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Mojo Jojo and the villains ate a Chemical X pie and the Powerpuff Girls have to stop them from eating more of the pie.

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An awesome retro game!
2 April 2016 | by See all my reviews

Chemical X-Traction was one of my favorite games for the PlayStation. It was an awesome spin-off of The Powerpuff Girls. It doesn't have enough variety but it has some interesting ways not found in normal fighting video games of the early 2000s. Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network Interactive have really thought this video game through! All the characters have unique moves but with the Powerpuff Girls have extra moves besides laser eyes such as Ice breath for Blossom, Super scream for Bubbles and Tornado for Buttercup. The good thing is that they used all the original voice actors instead of voice doubles while working on the cartoon.


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