Green Hill Zone is a returning stage from Super Smash Bros. Brawl and from the Sonic franchise. It is available from the start in Super Smash Bros. Amplified.
The stage mostly remains the same as its Brawl iteration. However, the checkpoint "reached" takes less attack time, making it harder to camp with. The checkpoint will now make the classic sound effect from the Sonic games.
This stage takes from the very first Sonic the Hedgehog game's first stage of the same name. Each detail of the stage is meant to capture the essence of Sonic the Hedgehog (not the Sonic '06 game) and cameos Miles "Tails" Prower, Knuckles the Echidna, and Silver the Hedgehog.
These eight tracks are from Sonic games prior to the Dreamcast.
|No||Green Hill Zone||Original||Masato Nakamura||Stage Music for Green Hill Zone||Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)|
|No||Emerald Hill Zone||Original||Masato Nakamura||Stage Music for Emerald Hill Zone||Sonic the Hedgeog 2|
|Yes||Angel Island Zone||Jun Senoue||Howard Drossin, Jun Senoue, et al.||The remix taken directly from Super Smash Bros. Brawl.||Sonic the Hedgehog 3|
|No||Sonic - You Can Do Anything||Original||Masafumi Ogata, Casey Rankin||Opening Theme of Sonic CD (JPN/PAL). Performed Keiko Utoku and Casey Rankin||Sonic CD (JPN)|
|No||Sonic Boom||Original||Spencer Nilsen||Opening theme of Sonic CD (US). Performed by Pastiche||Sonic CD (US)|
|No||Super Sonic Racing||Original||Richard Jacques||Main theme and Radiant Emerald as Super Sonic. Performed by T.J Davis||Sonic R|
|Yes||Green Grove Zone||Richard Jacques||Jun Senoue, Tatsuyuki Maeda, Richard Jacques||Both songs for Green Grove Zone, Act 1 are in. The Genesis song is the base while the Saturn song is the in the background.||Sonic 3D Blast|
|Yes||Door into Summer||Tomoya Ohtani||Junko Shiratsu, Mariko Nanba||The track for Isolated Island. This mix is fast paced and orchestrated, more suited for a battle.||Knuckles Chaotix|
- The reason for the "Modern" tracks going to a new Sonic stage is the director's idea that both "eras" of Sonic games would better be embraced with a "Classic" stage and a "Modern" stage for the Sonic franchise.