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|name=Super Smash Bros.
 
|name=Super Smash Bros.
 
|jname=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
 
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|caption=Boxart of Super Smash Bros.
 
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|platform=[[Nintendo 64]]
 
|platform=[[Nintendo 64]]
 
|category=Versus fighting
 
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|publisher=[[Nintendo]]
 
|publisher=[[Nintendo]]
 
|gen_series=[[Generation I]] [[Spin-off Pokémon games|side series]]
 
|gen_series=[[Generation I]] [[Spin-off Pokémon games|side series]]
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|acb=G8+ (N64)<br>PG (Wii VC)
 
|pegi=7
 
|pegi=7
|release_date_ja=N64 - January 21, 1999<br/>[[Wii|VC]] - January 20, 2009 <ref>[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/game/wii/smashbros_vconsole/ Pokémon.co.jp]</ref>
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|release_date_ja=January 21, 1999 (N64)<br>January 20, 2009 ([[Wii#Virtual Console games|Wii VC]])<ref>[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/game/wii/smashbros_vconsole/ Pokémon.co.jp]</ref>
|release_date_na=N64 - April 26, 1999<br/>[[Wii|VC]] - December 21, 2009
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|release_date_na=April 26, 1999 (N64)<ref>[http://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-video-games/super-smash-bros/ Pokémon.com] (US)</ref><br>December 21, 2009 ([[Wii#Virtual Console games|Wii VC]])
|release_date_au=N64 - N/A<br/>[[Wii|VC]] - N/A
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|release_date_au=1999 (N64)<br>June 12, 2009 ([[Wii#Virtual Console games|Wii VC]])
|release_date_eu=N64 - November 19, 1999<br/>[[Wii|VC]] - June 12, 2009
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|release_date_eu=November 19, 1999 (N64)<ref>[http://www.pokemon.com/uk/pokemon-video-games/super-smash-bros/ Pokémon.com] (UK)</ref><br>June 12, 2009 ([[Wii#Virtual Console games|Wii VC]])
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|release_date_cn=2005 (iQue Player)
 
|website_ja=[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/game/other/64-smashbros/ Official site]
 
|website_ja=[http://www.pokemon.co.jp/game/other/64-smashbros/ Official site]
|website_en=[http://www.pokemon.com/us/games/videogame-super-smash-brostm/ Official site]
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|website_en=[http://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-video-games/super-smash-bros/ Official site]
 
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{{SmashWiki|Super Smash Bros.}}
 
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{{StrategyWiki|Super Smash Bros.}}
 
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'''Super Smash Bros.''' (Japanese: '''ニンテンドウオールスター!{{tt|大乱闘|だいらんとう}}スマッシュブラザーズ''' ''Nintendo All-Stars! Great Fray Smash Brothers'') is a video game for the [[Nintendo 64]]. It was a game in which characters from various [[Nintendo]] video games fought each other. It featured [[Poké Ball]]s as items and {{p|Pikachu}} and {{p|Jigglypuff}} as playable characters; Pikachu was playable from the start and Jigglypuff had to be unlocked by clearing 1P mode at any difficulty.
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'''Super Smash Bros.''' (Japanese: '''ニンテンドウオールスター!{{tt|大乱闘|だいらんとう}}スマッシュブラザーズ''' ''Nintendo All-Stars! Great Fray Smash Brothers'') is a video game for the [[Nintendo 64]]. In Super Smash Bros., characters from various [[Nintendo]] video games may fight each other. It features {{i|Poké Ball}}s as items and {{p|Pikachu}} and {{p|Jigglypuff}} as playable characters; Pikachu was playable from the start and Jigglypuff had to be unlocked by clearing 1P mode at any difficulty.
   
Super Smash Bros. was re-released for [[Wii]] on the Japanese Virtual Console on January 20, 2009 and costs 1200 Nintendo Points.<br>
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It was released for [[Wii]] [[Virtual Console]] in Japan on January 20, 2009, in Europe and Australia on June 12, 2009, and in North America on December 21, 2009. It costs 1,200 Nintendo Points in Japan and 1,000 Nintendo Points in other regions.
It was also re-released on Virtual Console for European Wii consoles on 12 June 2009 and 21 December 2009 for North American Wii consoles. The game costs 1000 Nintendo Points in both regions.
 
   
 
==Playable characters==
 
==Playable characters==
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'''Bold''' denotes a [[Pokémon]] character.
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===Default===
 
===Default===
 
*{{smw|Mario}}
 
*{{smw|Mario}}
*{{dk|Donkey Kong}}
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*{{smw|Donkey Kong}}
 
*{{zw|Link}}
 
*{{zw|Link}}
 
*{{met|Samus Aran|Samus}}
 
*{{met|Samus Aran|Samus}}
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==Poké Ball Pokémon==
 
==Poké Ball Pokémon==
{| {{bluetable2|c sortable}} align="center"
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{| class="sortable roundy" style="width:auto; text-align:center; background: #{{orange color}}; border: 3px solid #{{red color}}"
|- style="background: #{{power color}};"
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|-
 
! [[List of Pokémon by National Pokédex number|#]]
 
! [[List of Pokémon by National Pokédex number|#]]
! MS
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! colspan=2 | Pokémon
! Name
 
 
! Move
 
! Move
 
! Description
 
! Description
 
! Damage
 
! Damage
 
! Later Appearances
 
! Later Appearances
|-
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|- style="background:#fff"
| 095
 
| {{MS|095|Onix (Pokémon)}}
 
| {{p|Onix}}
 
| {{m|Rock Throw}}
 
| Leaps off the screen, then drops rocks on the opponents.
 
| 6%{{tt|*|damage per rock}} / 21%{{tt|*|damage when hit by Onix}}
 
| None{{tt|*|Appears as stage decoration in Melee}}
 
|-
 
| 143
 
| {{MS|143|Snorlax (Pokémon)}}
 
| {{p|Snorlax}}
 
| {{m|Body Slam}}
 
| Leaps off the screen, then drops onto the opponents with its full body weight.
 
| 22%
 
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]], [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]
 
|-
 
| 118
 
| {{MS|118|Goldeen (Pokémon)}}
 
| {{p|Goldeen}}
 
| {{m|Splash}}
 
| Just flops and splashes around for no effect at all.
 
| 0%
 
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]], [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]
 
|-
 
| 052
 
| {{MS|052|Meowth (Pokémon)}}
 
| {{p|Meowth}}
 
| {{m|Pay Day}}
 
| Hurls numerous coins in all directions.
 
| 6%{{tt|*|damage per coin}}
 
| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]{{tt|*|Appears as trophy in Melee}}
 
|-
 
 
| 006
 
| 006
| {{MS|006|Charizard (Pokémon)}}
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| {{MS|006}}
 
| {{p|Charizard}}
 
| {{p|Charizard}}
 
| {{m|Flamethrower}}
 
| {{m|Flamethrower}}
 
| Scorches opponents with intense flames, alternating between left and right.
 
| Scorches opponents with intense flames, alternating between left and right.
 
| 6%{{tt|*|damage per flame}}
 
| 6%{{tt|*|damage per flame}}
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]]{{tt|*|Playable character in Brawl}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]]{{tt|*|Playable character from Brawl onwards}}
|-
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|- style="background:#fff"
| 015
 
| {{MS|015|Beedrill (Pokémon)}}
 
| {{p|Beedrill}}
 
| {{m|Take Down}}
 
| Flies off the screen, returning with a large swarm of Beedrill recklessly slamming the opponents.
 
| 12%
 
| None{{tt|*|Replaced by Unown in Melee}}
 
|-
 
 
| 009
 
| 009
| {{MS|009|Blastoise (Pokémon)}}
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| {{MS|009}}
 
| {{p|Blastoise}}
 
| {{p|Blastoise}}
 
| {{m|Hydro Pump}}
 
| {{m|Hydro Pump}}
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| 6%{{tt|*|damage per water blast}}
 
| 6%{{tt|*|damage per water blast}}
 
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]]
 
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]]
|-
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|- style="background:#fff"
| 113
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| 015
| {{MS|113|Chansey (Pokémon)}}
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| {{MS|015}}
| {{p|Chansey}}
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| {{p|Beedrill}}
| {{m|Softboiled}}
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| {{m|Take Down}}
| Releases eggs that may contain items. On some occasions, they act as {{m|Egg Bomb|explosives}}.
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| Flies off the screen, returning with a large swarm of Beedrill recklessly slamming the opponents.
| 22%{{tt|*|if egg explodes}}
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| 12%
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| None{{tt|*|Equivalent to Unown in Melee}}
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 035
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| {{MS|035}}
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| {{p|Clefairy}}
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| {{m|Metronome}}
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| Randomly performs the attack of another Pokémon.
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| Variable
 
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]]
 
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]]
|-
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 052
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| {{MS|052}}
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| {{p|Meowth}}
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| {{m|Pay Day}}
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| Hurls numerous coins in all directions.
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| 6%{{tt|*|damage per coin}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]{{tt|*|Appears as trophy in Melee}}, [[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]], [[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|SSBU]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 095
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| {{MS|095}}
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| {{p|Onix}}
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| {{m|Rock Throw}}
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| Leaps off the screen, then drops rocks on the opponents.
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| 6%{{tt|*|damage per rock}} / 21%{{tt|*|damage when hit by Onix}}
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| None{{tt|*|Appears as stage decoration in Melee}}
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|- style="background:#fff"
 
| 106
 
| 106
| {{MS|106|Hitmonlee (Pokémon)}}
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| {{MS|106}}
 
| {{p|Hitmonlee}}
 
| {{p|Hitmonlee}}
 
| {{m|Jump Kick}}
 
| {{m|Jump Kick}}
 
| Attempts to strike the closest opponent with a kick.
 
| Attempts to strike the closest opponent with a kick.
 
| 24%
 
| 24%
| None{{tt|*|Replaced by Scizor in Melee}}
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| None{{tt|*|Equivalent to Scizor in Melee and Ultimate, appears as trophy in SSB4}}
|-
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|- style="background:#fff"
| 121
 
| {{MS|121|Starmie (Pokémon)}}
 
| {{p|Starmie}}
 
| {{m|Swift}}
 
| Floats to the closest opponent and shoots them with star-shaped rays.
 
| 3%{{tt|*|damage per star}} / 12%{{tt|*|damage when hit by Starmie}}
 
| None{{tt|*|Replaced by Staryu in Melee and Brawl}}
 
|-
 
 
| 109
 
| 109
| {{MS|109|Koffing (Pokémon)}}
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| {{MS|109}}
 
| {{p|Koffing}}
 
| {{p|Koffing}}
 
| {{m|Smog}}
 
| {{m|Smog}}
 
| Juggles and damages any opponents that comes in contact with a discharge of filthy gasses.
 
| Juggles and damages any opponents that comes in contact with a discharge of filthy gasses.
 
| 3%{{tt|*|damage per poison cloud}}
 
| 3%{{tt|*|damage per poison cloud}}
| None{{tt|*|Replaced by Weezing in Melee}}
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| [[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]]{{tt|*|as an enemy in Smash Run}}
|-
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|- style="background:#fff"
| 035
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| 113
| {{MS|035|Clefairy (Pokémon)}}
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| {{MS|113}}
| {{p|Clefairy}}
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| {{p|Chansey}}
| {{m|Metronome}}
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| {{m|Softboiled}}
| Randomly performs the attack of another Pokémon.
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| Releases eggs that may contain items. On some occasions, they act as {{m|Egg Bomb|explosives}}.
| Variable
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| 22%{{tt|*|if egg explodes}}
 
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]]
 
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]]
|-
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|- style="background:#fff"
| 151
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| 118
| {{MS|151|Mew (Pokémon)}}
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| {{MS|118}}
| {{p|Mew}}
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| {{p|Goldeen}}
| {{m|Fly}}
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| {{m|Splash}}
| Simply flies away. Extremely rare and awards the player with bonus points.
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| Just flops and splashes around for no effect at all.
 
| 0%
 
| 0%
| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]], [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]]
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]], [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]], [[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]], [[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|SSBU]]
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 121
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| {{MS|121}}
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| {{p|Starmie}}
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| {{m|Swift}}
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| Floats to the closest opponent and shoots them with star-shaped rays.
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| 3%{{tt|*|damage per star}} / 12%{{tt|*|damage when hit by Starmie}}
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| None{{tt|*|Replaced by Staryu from Melee onwards}}
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|- style="background:#fff"
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| 143
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| {{MS|143}}
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| {{p|Snorlax}}
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| {{m|Body Slam}}
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| Leaps off the screen, then drops onto the opponents with its full body weight.
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| 22%
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| [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]], [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]], [[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]], [[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|SSBU]]
 
|-
 
|-
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| style="background:#fff; {{roundybl|5px}}" | 151
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| style="background:#fff" | {{MS|151}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{p|Mew}}
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| style="background:#fff" | {{m|Fly}}
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| style="background:#fff" | Simply flies away. Extremely rare and awards the player with bonus points.
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| style="background:#fff" | 0%
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| style="background:#fff; {{roundybr|5px}}" | [[Super Smash Bros. Melee|Melee]], [[Super Smash Bros. Brawl|Brawl]], [[Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii U|SSB4]], [[Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|SSBU]]
 
|}
 
|}
   
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==Unused Pokémon==
 
==Unused Pokémon==
*{{p|Mewtwo}} was planned to be a playable character, but had to be cut.<ref>[http://www.nintendo.co.jp/n01/n64/software/nus_p_nalj/smash/PostResult2.html Nintendo of Japan]</ref> However, it became playable in the sequel, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]], having been one of the most requested new characters.
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* {{p|Mewtwo}} was planned to be a playable character, but had to be cut.<ref>[http://www.nintendo.co.jp/n01/n64/software/nus_p_nalj/smash/PostResult2.html Nintendo of Japan]</ref> However, it became a playable character in the sequel, [[Super Smash Bros. Melee]], having been one of the most requested new characters.
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==In other languages==
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==References==
 
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Super Smash Bros.
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
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Basic info
Platform: Nintendo 64
Category: Versus fighting
Players: 4 players simultaneous
Connectivity: None
Developer: HAL Laboratory
Publisher: Nintendo
Part of: Generation I side series
Ratings
CERO: N/A
ESRB: E
ACB: G8+ (N64)
PG (Wii VC)
OFLC: N/A
PEGI: 7
GRAC: N/A
GSRR: N/A
Release dates
Japan: January 21, 1999 (N64)
January 20, 2009 (Wii VC)[1]
North America: April 26, 1999 (N64)[2]
December 21, 2009 (Wii VC)
Australia: 1999 (N64)
June 12, 2009 (Wii VC)
Europe: November 19, 1999 (N64)[3]
June 12, 2009 (Wii VC)
South Korea: N/A
Mainland China: 2005 (iQue Player)
Hong Kong: N/A
Taiwan: N/A
Websites
Japanese: Official site
English: Official site
Super Smash Brothers JP boxart.png
Japanese boxart of Super Smash Bros.
SmashWiki
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StrategyWiki
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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-Stars! Great Fray Smash Brothers) is a video game for the Nintendo 64. In Super Smash Bros., characters from various Nintendo video games may fight each other. It features Poké Balls as items and Pikachu and Jigglypuff as playable characters; Pikachu was playable from the start and Jigglypuff had to be unlocked by clearing 1P mode at any difficulty.

It was released for Wii Virtual Console in Japan on January 20, 2009, in Europe and Australia on June 12, 2009, and in North America on December 21, 2009. It costs 1,200 Nintendo Points in Japan and 1,000 Nintendo Points in other regions.

Playable characters

Bold denotes a Pokémon character.

Default

Unlockable characters

Poké Ball Pokémon

# Pokémon Move Description Damage Later Appearances
006 006 Charizard Flamethrower Scorches opponents with intense flames, alternating between left and right. 6%* Melee*
009 009 Blastoise Hydro Pump Blasts water in the direction of a foe to send them flying. 6%* Melee
015 015 Beedrill Take Down Flies off the screen, returning with a large swarm of Beedrill recklessly slamming the opponents. 12% None*
035 035 Clefairy Metronome Randomly performs the attack of another Pokémon. Variable Melee
052 052 Meowth Pay Day Hurls numerous coins in all directions. 6%* Brawl*, SSB4, SSBU
095 095 Onix Rock Throw Leaps off the screen, then drops rocks on the opponents. 6%* / 21%* None*
106 106 Hitmonlee Jump Kick Attempts to strike the closest opponent with a kick. 24% None*
109 109 Koffing Smog Juggles and damages any opponents that comes in contact with a discharge of filthy gasses. 3%* SSB4*
113 113 Chansey Softboiled Releases eggs that may contain items. On some occasions, they act as explosives. 22%* Melee
118 118 Goldeen Splash Just flops and splashes around for no effect at all. 0% Melee, Brawl, SSB4, SSBU
121 121 Starmie Swift Floats to the closest opponent and shoots them with star-shaped rays. 3%* / 12%* None*
143 143 Snorlax Body Slam Leaps off the screen, then drops onto the opponents with its full body weight. 22% Melee, Brawl, SSB4, SSBU
151 151 Mew Fly Simply flies away. Extremely rare and awards the player with bonus points. 0% Melee, Brawl, SSB4, SSBU

Pokémon stages

Saffron City

Main article: Saffron City (stage)

Unused Pokémon

  • Mewtwo was planned to be a playable character, but had to be cut.[4] However, it became a playable character in the sequel, Super Smash Bros. Melee, having been one of the most requested new characters.

In other languages

Language Title
Japan Flag.png 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
Mandarin Chinese 任天堂明星大亂鬥/任天堂明星大乱斗
France Flag.png French Super Smash Bros.
Germany Flag.png German Super Smash Bros.

References


Games: Super Smash Bros.Super Smash Bros. MeleeSuper Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS/Wii USuper Smash Bros. Ultimate
Characters: PikachuJigglypuffMewtwoPichu
Pokémon Trainer (SquirtleIvysaurCharizard) • LucarioGreninjaIncineroar
Stages: Saffron CityPokémon StadiumPoké FloatsPokémon Stadium 2Spear Pillar
Prism TowerUnova Pokémon LeagueKalos Pokémon League
Poké Ball and Master Ball: AbomasnowAbraAlolan ExeggutorAlolan RaichuAlolan VulpixArceusArticunoBeedrill
BellossomBewearBlastoiseBonslyCelebiChanseyCharizardChespinChikoritaClefairy
CyndaquilDarkraiDedenneDeoxysDittoEeveeElectrodeEnteiEeveeFennekin
FletchlingGardevoirGenesectGiratinaGogoatGoldeenGroudonGulpinHitmonlee
Ho-OhInkayJirachiKeldeoKoffingKyogreKyuremLatias and Latios
LugiaLunalaManaphyMarillMarshadowMeloettaMeowthMewMetagrossMimikyu
MoltresMunchlaxOnixOshawottPalkiaPiplupPorygon2PyukumukuRaikouScizorSnivy
SnorlaxSolgaleoSpewpaStaryuStarmieSuicuneSwirlixTapu KokoTogedemaruTogepi
TorchicUnownVenusaurVictiniVulpixWeavileWeezingWobbuffetXerneasZapdosZoroark
Collectables: Trophies (MeleeBrawlfor Nintendo 3DS/Wii U)
Stickers
Spirits
Misc: The Subspace EmissaryMy MusicFinal SmashPokémon ChangeBrawl cameos


Pikachu series: Hey You, Pikachu!Channel
PokéPark series: PokéPark WiiPokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond
TCG: Play It! series: Play It!Play It! Version 2
Game Boy TCG series: Trading Card GameCard GB2: Here Comes Team GR!
Misc. TCG: TCG OnlineCard Game: How to Play DSTCG Card Dex
Pinball series: PinballPinball miniPinball: R&S
Puzzle series: Puzzle LeaguePuzzle Challenge
Mystery Dungeon
series
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Red Rescue Team & Blue Rescue Team
Explorers of Time, Darkness & Sky
Blazing, Stormy & Light Adventure Squad
Gates to Infinity
Super Mystery Dungeon
Ranger series: RangerShadows of AlmiaGuardian Signs
Rumble series: RumbleRumble BlastRumble URumble WorldRumble Rush
Trozei series: Trozei!Battle Trozei
Puck series: BattrioTrettaTretta LabGa-Olé
Super Smash Bros. series: Super Smash Bros.MeleeBrawlfor Nintendo 3DS/Wii UUltimate
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