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====Team Mode====
 
====Team Mode====
 
This can either be Time or Stock Team modes. Everyone's in a specific team. The players in the same teams can't hurt each other. The team that earns the most points or is the last one(s) standing wins. There's 3 colors of teams: Red, Blue, and Green. In Team Stock Mode, if a player has lost all of his or her stocks, another player from their team can give them another live from one of theirs until they all have one life.
 
This can either be Time or Stock Team modes. Everyone's in a specific team. The players in the same teams can't hurt each other. The team that earns the most points or is the last one(s) standing wins. There's 3 colors of teams: Red, Blue, and Green. In Team Stock Mode, if a player has lost all of his or her stocks, another player from their team can give them another live from one of theirs until they all have one life.
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==External links==
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[https://www.ssbwiki.com/Super_Smash_Bros. SmashWiki's article of the game]
  
 
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Super Smash Bros.
大乱闘 スマッシュ ブラザーズ Dairantou Smash Brothers
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System Nintendo 64

IQue player

Virtual Console

Genre Fighting
Rating E (Everyone)
Publisher Nintendo
Developer Nintendo

HAL Laboratories

Release dates
North America April 26, 1999
Europe November 19, 1999

Super Smash Bros. (Japanese: 'ニンテンドウオールスター! 大乱闘スマッシュブラザーズ'Nintendo All-Star! Great Fray Smash Brothers) is the game that began the landmark fighting series Super Smash Bros. It was originally released in Japan for the N64 on January 21, 1999, in North America on April 27, 1999, and in Europe on November 19, 1999. In 2009 it was re-released for the Wii's Virtual Console. Featuring representation from many different Nintendo franchises, it is not considered as part of any of them, but a separate one instead.

Characters

The game features a total of 12 playable characters, four of which must be unlocked by fulfilling certain conditions. Bold denotes EarthBound characters.

Default Characters

Fighter (NIWA Wiki Link) Fighter (SmashWiki Link) Series
Mario Mario Mario series
Donkey Kong Donkey Kong Donkey Kong series
Link Link Legend of Zelda series
Samus Aran Samus Aran Metroid series
Yoshi Yoshi Yoshi series
Kirby Kirby Kirby series
Fox McCloud Fox McCloud Star Fox series
Pikachu Pikachu Pokémon series

Unlockable Characters

NIWA Wiki Link SmashWiki Link Series Unlock method
Luigi Luigi Mario series Complete Break the Targets with all 8 starter fighters
Ness Ness EarthBound series Complete 1P Game on normal difficulty or higher, 3 stocks or less, and without using a continue
Captain Falcon Captain Falcon F-Zero series Complete 1P Game in 20 minutes or less without using a continue
Jigglypuff Jigglypuff Pokémon series Complete 1P Game on any difficulty and with any character

Notable Unplayable Characters

Name NIWA Wiki Link SmashWiki Link Series
Master Hand - Master Hand Super Smash Bros. series
Fighting Polygons - Fighting Polygons Super Smash Bros. series
Metal Mario Metal Mario Metal Mario Mario series
Giant Donkey Kong - Giant Donkey Kong Donkey Kong series

Stages

There are 9 playable stages stages in this game that can be played in all modes, 1 of which needs to be unlocked by playing the 1P game with the 8 starter characters. There are no EarthBound stages:

Stage Availabity
Peach's Castle Starter
Congo Jungle Starter
Hyrule Castle Starter
Planet Zebes Starter
Yoshi's Island Starter
Dream Land Starter
Sector Z Starter
Saffron City Starter
Mushroom Kingdom Unlockable

Non-Playable Stages

The following stages are unavalible in Vs. or Training Mode outside of hacking, and can only be played in the 1P Game: Meta Crystal

Duel Zone

Final Destination

Game Modes

Super Smash Bros. features two main game modes, singleplayer and multiplayer.

1 Player Mode

The single player mode. The player can play in the 1P Game, Bonus Practice 1 and 2, or the Training Mode.

1P Game

Also referred to as Classic Mode, the player has to go through a series of 12 different matches and 3 bonus stages. This is the only mode where you fight non-playable characters. The matches are as follows:

  • 1 Vs. Link The player faces Link in a 1-vs-1 on Hyrule Castle.
  • 2 Vs. Yoshi Team The player faces a hoard of Yoshis on Yoshi's Island.
  • 3 Vs. Fox The player faces Fox in a 1-vs-1 on Sector Z.
  • Bonus stage 1: Break the Targets
  • 4 Vs. Mario Bros. The player faces Mario and Luigi on Peach's Castle in a 2-vs-2 with a randomly selected ally.
  • 5 Vs. Pikachu The player faces Pikachu in a 1-vs-1 on Saffron City.
  • 6 Vs. Giant Donkey Kong The player is teamed up with 2 other randomly selected allies to take down a giant D.K. on Congo Jungle.
  • Bonus stage 2: Board the Platforms
  • 7 Vs. Kirby Team The player faces a hoard of Kirbys on Dream Land.
  • 8 Vs. Samus The player faces Samus in a 1-vs-1 on Planet Zebes.
  • 9 Vs. Metal Mario The player faces Metal Mario in a 1-vs-1 on Meta Crystal.
  • Bonus stage 3: Race to the Finish
  • 10 Vs. Fighting Polygon Team. The player must fight the hoard of Fighting Polygons on Duel Zone.
  • 11 Vs. Master Hand The final stage. The player faces Master Hand on Final Destination.

Bonus Practice 1 - Break the Targets

The player has to break 10 targets in a specific character's assigned stage before time runs out.

Bonus Practice 2 - Board the Platforms

The player must stand 10 on platforms in a specific character's assigned stage before time runs out.

Bonus Stage 3 - Race to the Finish

The player must make it to a door in one minute while avoiding 2 hazardous areas and 3 Fighting Polygons This bonus stage can only be played in 1P Game.

Training Mode

A mode used to practice fighting with a wider selection of customizable options than in Vs Mode.

Vs. Mode

The multiplayer mode. In this mode the player can face 1 to 3 other players or CPUs with a few customizable options. It's the only mode that other people can play.

Time Mode

There's a time limit set to fight. The limit can be set in 1 minute increments from 1 to 99 minutes. If 2 or more players tied once time is up, the tied opponents have to fight in Sudden Death mode. The player with the most KO's wins.

Stock Mode

Each player has an amount of lives. The stocks can be set from 1 to 99. Once one player loses all of his or her lives, they are out of the match. The last player standing wins.

Team Mode

This can either be Time or Stock Team modes. Everyone's in a specific team. The players in the same teams can't hurt each other. The team that earns the most points or is the last one(s) standing wins. There's 3 colors of teams: Red, Blue, and Green. In Team Stock Mode, if a player has lost all of his or her stocks, another player from their team can give them another live from one of theirs until they all have one life.

External links

SmashWiki's article of the game


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