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Super Smash Brothers
SSB Boxart
SSB Boxart

Release Date:

North America: April 26, 1999

Japan: January 21, 1999

Game in series:

1

Publisher:

Nintendo

Developer:

HAL Laboratory, Inc.

Virtual Console release date:

North America: December 21, 2009

Japan: January 20, 2009

Super Smash Brothers (Nintendo All-Star! Great Melee Smash Brothers) (SSB or SSB64 for short) is a fighting game that features all Nintendo characters. It was originally a game called Dragon King: A Fighting Game which was for the SNES. This was the first game in the Smash Bros. Series. It featured 12 Nintendo characters. They were all Nintendo's "heroes" unlike the next two games.


CharactersEdit

The 12 characters in the game are Nintendo's "heroes." Eight of the playable characters are available from the start. Four of them must be unlocked by completing certain tasks.

Starter CharactersEdit

Character Name Series Special Moves
Mario (SSB)
Mario Mario Series

B: Fireball

B Down: Mario Tornado

B Up: Super Jump Punch

DK (SSB)
Donkey Kong DK Series

B: Giant Punch

B Down: Hand Slap

B Up: Spinning Kong

Link(SSB)
Link Zelda Series

B: Boomerang

B Down: Bomb

B Up: Spin Attack

Samus(SSB)
Samus Metroid Series

B: Charge Shot

B Down: Bomb

B Up: Screw Attack

Yoshi(SSB)
Yoshi Yoshi Series

B: Egg Lay

B: Down: Yoshi Bomb

B: Up: Egg Throw

Kirby(SSB)
Kirby Kirby Series

B: Swallow

B Down: Stone

B Up: Final Cutter

Fox(SSB)
Fox Star Fox Series

B: Blaster

B Down: Reflector

B Up: FireFox

Pikachu (SSB)
Pikachu Pokemon Series

B: Thunder Jolt

B Down: Thunder

B Up: Quick Attack


Unlockable CharactersEdit

Character Name Series Special Moves How to Unlock
Luigi (SSB)
Luigi Mario Series

B: Fireball

B Down: Luigi Cyclone

B Up: Super Jump Punch

Complete Target Test with all starting characters.
Jigglypuff (SSB)
Jigglypuff Pokemon Series

B: Pound

B Down: Rest

B Up: Sing

Complete 1-Player game with any character.
Captain Falcon (SSB)
Captain Falcon F-Zero Series

B: Falcon Punch

B Down: Falcon Kick

B Up: Falcon Dive

Complete the 1-Player game within 20 minutes.
Ness (SSB)
Ness Earthbound Series

B: PK Fire

B Down: PSI Magnet

B Up: PK Thunder

Complete 1-Player mode with 3 lives on Normal difficulty without losing any lives.


Non-Playable CharactersEdit

PokemonEdit

Beedrill

Blastoise

Chansey

Charizard

Clefairy

Hitmonlee

Koffing

Meowth

Mew

Snorlax

Starmie

EnemiesEdit

Fighting Polygon Team

Kirby Team

Yoshi Team

BossesEdit

Giant DK

Metal Mario

Master Hand

StagesEdit

Starter StagesEdit

Stage Name Series Home stage to
Peach's Castle (SSB)
Peach's Castle Mario Series Mario & Luigi
Yoshi's Island (SSB)
Yoshi's Island Yoshi Series Yoshi
Kongo Jungle (SSB)
Kongo Jungle DK Series Donkey Kong
Sector Z (SSB)
Sector Z Star Fox Series Fox
Dream Land (SSB)
Dream Land Kirby Series Kirby
Hyrule Castle (SSB)
Hyrule Castle Zelda Series Link
Planet Zebes (SSB)
Planet Zebes Metroid Series Samus
Saffron City (SSB)
Saffron City Pokemon Series Pikachu & Jigglypuff


Unlockable StagesEdit

Stage Name series Home Stage to How to Unlock
Mushroom Kingdom (SSB)
Mushroom Kingdom Mario Series Mario & Luigi Beat 1-Player with all eight original characters and play with all of them in VS Mode.


ItemsEdit

Super Smash Bros. SeriesEdit

Crate

Capsule

Egg

Barrel

Beam Sword

Bumper

Fan

Ray Gun

Mario SeriesEdit

Bob-omb

Fire Flower

Green Shell

Hammer

Red Shell Starman

Donkey Kong SeriesEdit

Hammer

Kirby SeriesEdit

Star Rod

Maximum Tomato

The Legend Of Zelda SeriesEdit

Heart Container

Pokemon SeriesEdit

Pokeball

Earthbound SeriesEdit

Homerun Bat

GoldenEye 007Edit

Motion-Sensor Bomb

ModesEdit

1-Player ModeEdit

The 1-Player Mode in SSB is similar to Classic Mode in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Brawl. The player

SSB VS 1-PLayer

Fox on the final stage of 1-Player Mode.

goes thorugh certain stages fighting certain characters. In this game, however, the player fights all the fighters in the same order, where in Melee and Brawl, it is random.

VS. ModeEdit

VS. Mode is the part of the game where players can battle whatever and
VS. Mode screen SSB

The character selection screen with all characters unlocked.

wherever they want. They can select their own character and stage to fight on. The player may set their own rules and what items can appear on the stages. This feature stayed through all 3 games, staying the same.

TriviaEdit

  • Super Smash Bros. was originally called Dragon King: A Fighting Game.
  • The Character Select Screen has the 8 starter characters in order from oldest to newest.
  • In the Japanese version of teh game, Mario and Luigi have slightly bigger heads than any other version.

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