Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Super Smash Bros. (N64)
2. You have 1 ally in the Mario Brother battle and you have 2 allies in the Giant Donkey Kong fight.
Level 9. Computer player levels can range from one to nine, one being the easiest and nine being the hardest. Even level nines become rather boring to play against when a player becomes more experienced at the game, unless you put three level nines on one team against you.
Captain Falcon. Ness does not have a stage from his game either. If they had given Falcon and Ness their own stage, it would have given it away that they were hidden characters. Jigglypuff and Luigi do not have stages of their own, but they do share stages with Mario and Pikachu, respectively. Fox's stage is Sector Z and Donkey Kong's is Kongo Jungle.
|In each stage there is some kind of obstacle that either hurts players or attempts to push them off the edge. What do players have to watch out for in Link's level, Hyrule Castle?||"Super Smash Bros." for N64
Tornadoes. The tornado can appear randomly at any part of the level, even the platforms, and launches players into the air if they get caught up in it. If their damage is high enough, the tornado can actually throw a player off the stage.
master hand. Instead of building up damage and knocking him off the edge, the player has to bring Master Hand's life down to zero. Master Hand, which is a giant white glove, uses a number of attacks to try and knock you away, such as punching, flicking, shooting missiles, and slapping.
|This item inflicts some of the highest damage in the game. It has a time limit when used, but it can usually knock characters at full life off the level in three hits. Which weapon is it?||"Super Smash Bros." for N64
Hammer. While being extremely powerful, there are a few downsides to using it. The player loses his second and third jumps, it cannot be dropped once picked up, and the character's agility is very limited. Even so, it is definitely worth it to use this item, especially on the smaller stages.
Samus. True, you do fight Metal Mario after Samus, but Metal Mario is different from regular Mario and is not a playable character. Samus is one of the best characters and gives you a pretty good fight if the difficulty is high. Fox, Pikachu, and Donkey Kong all appear earlier.
Saffron City. Two Gyms exist in Saffron City. One is the official "Pokémon" League Gym, a group of Psychic trainers led by Sabrina, the gym leader. Next to it stands the Fighting Dojo, an unofficial gym made up of Fighting trainers. City residents say that the Fighting Dojo was once an official League Gym, but lost its status to the rival.
Planet Zebes. Zebes is a planet located in the same star system as Oormine II, Twin Tabula, Bilium, and Tallon IV. According to the "Metroid" comic, it is the second planet from the sun, and has the designation of FS-176. Its name is sometimes spelled Zebeth due to ambiguous transliteration.
Hyrule Castle. The castle's first appearance was in the game "A Link to the Past", the third in the series. Each game that contains a Hyrule Castle either features a different layout, or denies the player access to parts that are available in other games. There are grounds for speculation that the castle is actually a different castle in each game, or that it is the same castle but was changed in each game for aesthetic or gameplay purposes.
Master Hand. Master Hand is a giant white glove, similar to those that Mario wears. It is a right-hand glove, and it moves about by floating.
In "Super Smash Bros.", Master Hand was the one that gave life to the dolls (trophies in Melee), which in turn are the playable characters. It also created everything else for "Super Smash Bros."
"F-Zero". The "F-Zero" gameplay concept consists of high-speed racing at speeds that can exceed 2000 km/h. The series has been known for its unique characters and settings, difficult gameplay, stirring original music and pushing the limits of its technology to be one of the fastest racing games ever.
"Earthbound". "EarthBound" is a sequel to the original "Mother", a Super Famicom/Super Nintendo Entertainment System title released only in Japan. "Mother" and "EarthBound" are not directly connected. One of the only connections plotwise between the two is Giygas, the primary antagonist in both games, who was also significantly changed between the first and second games.
Ness, Luigi, Jigglypuff, Captain Falcon. Each of these characters can be unlocked by doing certain mission or challenges to battle them. If you win the battle then you win the character to play as.
Link. Link's sword is called the Master Sword. He uses this sword through most of the game series, "Legend of Zelda".
Twelve. Some of these characters are Mario, Samus, Kirby and Pikachu, who also starred in the second "Super Smash Bros." game on the Gamecube. Each of the "Super Smash Bros." characters were taken from games on the Nintendo that had already been released.
1999. This game was followed by the very successful "Super Smash Bros. Melee" for the Nintendo GameCube. "Super Smash Bros." is sometimes referred to as "Super Smash Bros. 64" (or simply "Smash Bros. 64") to distinguish it from the other games in the series.
Do Bonus 1 and Bonus 2 with all characters including the secret ones. The Sound Test lets you access all your favorite sounds and sound effects. See if there's anything you haven't heard and go exploring for it!
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Play every multiplayer stage and complete 1-Player with all default characters. The Mushroom Kingdom has pipes and POW Blocks. The pipes have piranha plants that come out and bite you.
Do 75 vs. Matches. The Item Switch lets you change what kind of items you want to appear in matches. It also lets you change the quantity of items.
Mario, Pikachu, and Samus. The SSB cartridge is in the classic cartridge shape, and is the classic cartridge color (grey). The popping out SMASH in the title pretty much explains this game's style.
Eight. The default characters are Mario, Kirby, Yoshi, Samus, DK, Link, Fox, and Pikachu. Default characters are characters that you start the game out with and don't have to do anything to get.
Beat Normal 1-player or higher with 3 stocks or less. Ness made his underage, baseball-capped debut in "Earthbound". Most of Ness's attacks are psychic based.
Beat Bonus 1 with all default characters. Luigi is Mario's brother. His attacks are very similar to Mario's, and if you're right next to someone when you use UP+B they'll fly up in a fiery wrath.
Beat 1-Player mode in 20 minutes or less. Captain Falcon is from the "F-Zero Racing" series. He has moves that involve shouting out 'FALCON'.
Beat 1-player mode. Jigglypuff is a balloon Pokemon from the game "Pokemon". Jigglypuff has some sleep-based moves and gets killed if it's shield runs out.
Four. The four secret characters are Ness, Captain Falcon, Luigi, and Jigglypuff. You have to do some sort of event to get them all.
Four. Not really much, eh? In the sequel 'Super Smash Bros Melee' you can have up to over ten items on the screen, but this game is stubborn and only allows four... Anyways, Training Mode is a certain mode in 'Super Smash Bros' which lets you try out all the attacks of each character on an opponent you choose. Combos are counted (and damage inflicted), you can zoom up to your char, change the speed, create items (just four, as specified), and some other nifty things...
Mega Mushroom. Mario's taunt move lets him grow to a bigger size, but it's no use to him, because he can't move anyways. After some seconds Mario shrinks back to his original size (you can skip the shrinking process by pressing the 'shield' (Z) button).
Deal damage and recover. Ness' recovery move (Up-B) helps more than some other recovery moves from different characters. The bad thing about this recovery move is, that the thunder-ball can easily crash into an obstacle or object (ex. Pokemon stage). Ness' Down-B special move can lower the damage meter, for that only some kind of projectile (ex. Samus' Charge Beam, Ray Gun, Fire Flower, ...) needs to hit him while doing that move.
Jigglypuff shoots into the air. Sorry for those who answered 'Jigglypuff loses a life immediately', but this is not always true, for example, when you stand under an obstacle (ex. Hyrule Castle), and she doesn't really lose the life 'immediately', but after a few seconds. This happens, because she is the lightest character in the game. (Here's a small hint for you, as Jigglypuff never use the shield when an enemy is near who has the weapon 'Fan', because it breaks shields very easily.)