Patricia: Face Paint Warrior is an adventure-fantasy video game series developed by High Voltage Software and published by Nickelodeon Interactive Entertainment, being launched in 2008.
A heroic Face Paint protects her city from villainous threats.
- Patricia: Face Paint Warrior (2008)
- Patricia and the Soul Circus (2010)
- Patricia: Fallen World (2012)
- TBD (TBD)
- Patricia Paintiski (voiced by Grey Griffin) - TBD
- Tango the Wangoe (vocal effects by Frank Welker) - a Wango who is Patricia's pet.
- Emma Colorina (voiced by E.G. Daily) - a Face Paint who is Patricia's best friend.
- Jay Tattooers (voiced by Jason Marsden) - TBD
- Maria Mars (voiced by Jessica DiCicco) - a mysterious creature who aids Patricia.
- The Mentor (voiced by TBD) - TBD
- Charlotte Tattoez (voiced by Hynden Walch) - Patricia’s tattoo “best friend” who is secretly the main antagonist.
- Tiffany Pinttoo (voiced by Mae Whitman) - Charlotte's second-in-command and girlfriend.
- Steelmouth (voiced by John DiMaggio) - TBD
- The Soul Circus, consisting of:
- The Great Mysterio (voiced by TBD) - TBD
- Bango (voiced by Mark Hamill) - TBD
- Tom Hargrove (voiced by TBD) - TBD
- Maria Tatoone (voiced by TBD) - TBD
- Mark Jones (voiced by Charlie Schlatter) - TBD
- Lois Blake (voiced by Tara Strong) - TBD
- Behemoth (voiced by Jim Cummings) - TBD
- Seismic (voiced by Steven Blum) - TBD
See Patricia: Face Paint Warrior (TV series).
- This is one of Nickelodeon's darkest franchises.
- Despite being a family-friendly video game series, it contains some dark and controversial themes. For example:
- The main villain and her second-in-command as lesbians, being Nickelodeon's first media to portray an LGBT couple, followed later by The Legend of Korra and The Loud House.
- In Patricia: Fallen World, it is revealed that Emma suffers from some traumas, including suicidal tendencies.