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Supre Smesh Bras. is a Super Smash Bros. fangame, created by ComJay. It features twelve playable characters such as Mayro, Sanic and Shalk, plus a soundtrack that consists of MIDIs or distorted music. It gained recognition when it was streamed by Vinny from Vinesauce.

It can be downloaded here.


This game contains the following tropes:

  • Crossover
  • Competitive Balance: In the 1.2 update, Sanic can jump higher, and Shalk can use his Menardo Arts less frequently.
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  • Demoted to Extra: Sendbeg could be chosen as Player 2 in 1.0, removed in 1.1, then bought back in 1.2 in the Hum Ran Contes game mode.
  • Double Jump: Every fighter can do this
  • Everything's Better with Dinosaurs: Joshy.
  • Intentional Engrish for Funny: It's everywhere.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Fex, Joshy and Kebay are the only fighters who do not use projectiles as their special move (although Kebay can copy other fighters' abilities and use their projectiles).
  • Nerf: Shalk received one in the 1.2 update.
  • No Plot? No Problem!
  • Platform Fighter
  • Promoted to Playable: Luggy appears in his kart in the Musshrom Villadge stage. He became a playable character in the 1.2 update.
  • Reference Overdosed: Many of the game's references are from Vinesauce;
    • Joshy appears to be based on the poorly drawn Yoshi that Joel from Vinesauce drew in his Windows XP Destruction.
      • The music played in Shrek's Swamp is a MIDI of All Star by Smash Mouth, which was also heard in the same video.
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    • Sponge appears as a character in the 1.1 update.
    • The Fantastic Game appears as a stage.
  • Reflecting Laser: Fex's special move.
  • Retraux: Five stages from each official Smash Bros. game appear in this game. Dream Land is the only stage with added mechanics though.
  • Stylistic Suck
  • Sudden Death: A rare chance of both players losing their final stock at the same time results in a Saden Deth. The stage restarts
  • The Voiceless: Maga Men.
  • Theme-and-Variations Soundtrack: The first menu theme and Battelfiel's music are both based off the same tune.
  • Training Dummy: Sendbeg can be chosen as the second fighter in the 1.0 release. It can't move or attack.
  • Walking Shirtless Scene: Shalk's alternate costume.
  • Wallbonking: When a fighter is hit into a wall, they will vibrate intensively, depending on how much damage they've taken.
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