(I kid you not! KevinO even says it doesn't suck)
KevinO: "Well, what I actually said was, that it wasn't bad. In fact, it was quite a lot of fun, due in part to the players, three of which were familiar with the cartoon series. Bubbles, Blossom and Buttercup are the three Powerpuff Girls who were created by Professor Utonium. They have a variety of Villains that they fight, of which, Mojo Jojo is their Arch villain.
The board represents various location in Townsville, that may contain villains, traps or Professor Utonium. These are in the form of tiles which are placed face down on the town spaces. Players are dealt 5 cards which are comprised of moving individual Powerpuff Girls 1, 1-2 or 1-3 spaces, moving all three Powerpuff Girls to one of two listed locations on the board or a Mayor card, which allows the player to cancel a card played by any other player.
Players choose two cards and place them face down. All cards are revealed simultaneously. The cards have different times of the day on them, and take effect in TOD order. Each player then follows the instructions on their card. When moving to a location with a face down tile, the tile is revealed. If it is a trap, the Powerpuff Girl (s) is (are) automatically Knocked out. Any player with cards for that Powerpuff Girl, immediately discards those cards. If it is a Professor Utonium tile, the player keeps that tile. Professor Utonium tiles allow the player to play the tile to re-roll any roll, even an opponents roll. If it is a Villain tile, the player may use the associated die for the Powerpuff Girl and try to capture the villain. The die consists of 2 blanks, 2 Hearts, 1 Double Heart and 1 V (villain). Villains take one or two hearts to capture. Blanks have no effect, and the V means the Villain won and the Powerpuff Girl is knocked out.
Play proceeds until the last card is played, or all the Powerpuff Girls are knocked out. At the start of the next turn, all players draw two cards and all Powerpuff Girls are restored.
We had a great time playing the game though it certainly is of lighter fare."