Fan-made Video Game Demake
for PC, reimagining the Super Smash Bros.
series as it may have appeared on the Game Boy
. It features four playable characters from the original games (Mario
, and Pikachu
) and two new exclusive unlockable characters.
It was released in September 2011, and it can be downloaded for free at its official website.
This game provides examples of:
- Artifact Title: Since the GameBoy only has two buttons, one of which is the jump button, Smash attacks are not present.
- Ascended Meme: Performing a Kirbycide (an infamous method of self-destructing with Kirby while simultaneously immobilizing the opponent, particularly using Kirby's Inhale) will cause KIRBYCIDE! to flash over the spot where you SDed.
- The Cameo:
- The Kirby Air Ride stage features several enemies from their respective series as well as Meta Knight; bumping into any of them will cause contact damage.
- The Moon from Majoras Mask appears in Clock Town, but like in Termina: Great Bay from Super Smash Bros. Melee, it's merely a background set piece.
- As in SSB, Saffron City features occasional appearances by Chansey, Venusaur, and Electrode. Likewise, Gastly and Haunter appear in Lavender Town, carrying temporary platforms.
- Endless Game: Endless Mode, which is available once you unlock the two hidden characters.
- Fanfare: The classic victory fanfare returns, this time in glorious chiptune.
- Final Boss: Unlike the source material, it's not Master Hand, but rather Mega Man.
- Mascot Fighter
- Ring Out: The goal of each fight, as you may expect.
- Secret Character: Mega Man and Vaporeon, the latter being quite the unexpected addition.
- Secret Level: Several levels can be unlocked: Underground, Kirby Air Ride, Clock Town, Lavender Town, Dr. Wily's Castle, and Battlefield.
- Shout-Out: Well, yeah, it's a Smash Bros. game, but special attention must be given to the Tower Of Heaven stage, complete with divine commandments.
- The Smurfette Principle: Vaporeon, who is referred to as such in-game.
- Twinkle In The Sky: Sadly missing here; the characters are simply KOed in the same manner as going outside of the other boundaries of the stage.