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Adventure Time Battle Party

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Adventure Time Battle Party is a browser-based Unity Web Player Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) game made by Cartoon Network and is based on Pendleton Ward's animated television series Adventure Time. It launched on Cartoon Network's website on June 23, 2014.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

A screenshot of a match in Adventure Time Battle Party.

ATBP is a MOBA with 16 champions to choose from, each of them recurring characters from the show Adventure Time. Each champion has access to 4 powers, one of which is passive. When joining a match, players get the option to select a backpack, a set of stat mods which they can pick and choose as they level up in-game. Leveling up occurs when XP gathered from defeating enemies reaches a pre-set level; the maximum level attainable is 10, allowing for a total of 10 concurrent stat mods. There is currently only one map for playing with other players, the Battle Lab, and one map for practicing the game alone, Candy Streets.

Tools[edit | edit source]

The ATBP community has developped several tools for use with the game.

SpicyBattle[edit | edit source]

SpicyBattle is a website for viewing players' match history and general statistics. It works by requiring that users install a Google Chrome extension in their browser, which gathers data about the player and submits it to the website.

Champion Builder[edit | edit source]

The Champion Builder lets you create a specific character build, by choosing your champion, your backpack and your build order. It can be used to plan ahead of time your character's build.

ATBP-Tools[edit | edit source]

ATBP-Tools is a series of (mostly) Python scripts for use with Adventure Time Battle Party. Its main feature is the ability to record and play back replays. It is still under development.

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