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All-Star Mode is a returning single player mode in Super 5mash Bros. 5 that tasks the player in fighting the entire roster in 3-7 character battles. In previous installments, players fought opponents based on series representation and also based on chronological appearances. In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, players were fought from newest to oldest and the 3DS version has players start from oldest to newest. In addition, the game mode was unlocked from the start but completing it without the locked characters wasn't considered as a true All-Star Mode. In Super 5mash Bros. 5, it has been changed up a bit but has differences between the two versions. In addition, it returns as a locked mode and cannot be played until all the characters are successfully unlocked.

Difficulty Options

Players can choose between the following:

  • Easy
  • Normal
  • Hard
  • Insane

Handheld Version

The handheld versions tasks players to fight from newest to oldest which was the case for the Wii U version. The matches are 6 against 1 with three characters appearing one at a time. When one character is KO'd, another takes his or her place.

  • On Easy Mode, there are three Maxim Tomatoes, 1 Fairy Bottle, and 1 Heart Container.
  • On Normal and Hard mode, there are two Maxim Tomatoes, 1 Fairy Bottle, and 1 Heart Container.
  • On Insane Mode, there is 1 Maxim Tomato, 1 Fairy Bottle, and 1 Heart Container.

On occasion, trophies and stamps will appear to be picked up as well as custom move, accessory, and item parts. In addition, an item may also appear which can be taken into the match. Items include:

  • Beam Sword
  • Hammer
  • Super Scope
  • Raygun
  • Bunny Hood
  • Poison Cloud
  • Icy Aura
  • Home-Run Bat
  • Green Shell
  • Blue Shell
  • Bumper
  • Chaos Cleaver
  • Magic Rod
  • Bomb-omb
  • Fire Rod
  • Medusa's Head
  • Pulsar Gun
  • Prism Shield
  • Warp Star
  • Franklin Badge
  • Smart Bomb
  • Motion Sensor Bomb

Super Horn

  • Stealth Suit
  • Super Star
  • Super Bell
  • Volley Shooter
  • Back Shield
  • Pokeball
  • Beehive
  • Banana Peel
  • Beetle
  • Bomb-chu
  • Boomerang
  • Drill Arm
  • Fire Flower
  • Freezie
  • Gooey Bomb
  • Gust Bellows
  • Hothead
  • Lip's Stick
  • Mr. Saturn
  • Ore Club
  • Pitfall
  • Rocket Belt
  • Star Rod
  • Steel Diver
  • Super Leaf
  • Unira
  • X-Bomb

Rest Area

The Rest Area resembles a peaceful set of ruins settled within its walls. A sole tree grows in the center with the portal wavering in front of it. A light shines from the window and lights upon the tree. Steady drizzle of water comes from the top of the screen down to create a dazzling effect.

Matches

Match 1 (2015-2014)

My Castle/Turf War/Colony 6/Purple Diary/Golden Plains/Hyrule Tour

Corrineicon (June 25, 2015) Inklingicon (May 28, 2015) Elmaicon (April 29, 2015) Yuuriicon (September 27, 2014) Captaintoadicon1 (November 13, 2014) Lana (August 14, 2014)

Match 2 (2013-2010)

Tilt City/Prism Tower/Blossom City/Origin Peak/Main Street/Elemental Ligthouse

Wiifittraineruicon (October 31, 2013) Greninjaicon (October 12, 2013) Wonderful One (August 23, 2013) Robinicon (April 9, 2012) Isabelleaicon (November 8, 2012) Matthewicon (November 9, 2010)

Match 3 (2010-2006)

Colony 6/Noatun/Forest Course/Rhythm Fever/Tazmily Village/Tower of Mastery

Shulkicon (June 10, 2010) Bayonettaicon (October 29, 2009) Rosalinaicon1 (November 1, 2007) Chrouskidsicon (August 3, 2006) Lucasicon (April 20, 2006) Lucarioicon (September 28, 2006)

Match 4 (2005-2001)

Castle Siege/Frigate Orpheon/Spirit Train/Hoenn Skies/Inside Bowser

Ikeicon (April 20, 2005) Zerosuitsamusicon February 9, 2004) Toonlinkicon (December 13, 2002) Gardevoiricon (November 21, 2002) Bowserjricon1 (July 19, 2002) Royicon (November 21, 2001)

Match 5 (2001-1998)

Tortimer Island/Perplexing Pool/War Zone/Paper Mario/Pokémon Rumble/Gerudo Valley

Villagericon (April 14, 2001) Olimaricon (October 26, 2001) Samiicon (September 10, 2001) Papermarioicon1 (August 11, 2000) Pichuicon (November 21, 1999) Ganondorf (November 21, 1998)

Match 6 (2001-1998)

Gerudo Valley/Venom/Pokémon Stadium 1/Mystery Dungeon

Shiekicon (November 21, 1998) Wolficon (April 27, 1997) Jigglypufficon (February 27, 1996) Charizardicon (February 27, 1996) Pikachuicon (February 27, 1996) Mewtwoicon (February 27, 1996)

Match 7 (1998-1996)

DK Island/Gangplank Galleon/Castle Break-In/Onett/Land of the Livid Dead/Halberd

Dixiekongicon (November 20, 1995) Kamekicon (October 4, 1995) Raymanicon (September 1, 1995) Diddykongicon1 (November 21, 1994) Nessicon (August 27, 1994) Meta Knight (March 23, 1993)

Match 8 (1996-1994)

Katina/Wario Land/Lollipop Land/Emerald Coast

Falcoicon (February 21, 1993) Fox (February 21, 1993) Warioicon1 (October 21, 1992) Kingdededeicon (April 27, 1992) Kirbyicon (April 27, 1992) Sonicstock (June 23, 1991)

Match 9 (1994-1992)

Firefield/Touch & Go/Origin Peak/Robot Museum/Reaper Fortress

Captainfalconicon (November 21, 1990) Yoshiicon1 (November 21, 1990) Marthicon (April 20, 1990) Megamanicon (December 17, 1987) Palutenaicon (December 19, 1986) Piticon (December 19, 1986)

Match 10 (1992-1990)

VWA Ring/Phendrana Drifts/Ridley's Lair/Murasame Castle Retro/Lorule Castle

Hayabusaicon (October 21, 1986) Samusicon (August 6, 1986) Ridleyicon (August 6, 1986) Takamaruicon (April 14, 1986) Linkicon (February 21, 1986)) Zeldaicon1 (February 21, 1986)

Match 11 (1990-1986)

Clock Town/Dystopia/Inside Bowser/Peach's Castle/Gyromite/Duck Hunt 2

Impaicon (February 21, 1986) Machridericon (November 21, 1985) Bowsericon1 (September 13, 1985) Peachicon1 (September 13, 1985) Robicon (July 26, 1985) Duckhunticon1 (April 21, 1984)

Match 12 (1986-1986)

Boxing Ring/Pi'illo Island/Luigi's Mansion 2/Pac-Maze 2/Greenhouse

Littlemacicon (February 1984) Luigiicon1 (July 14, 1983) Donkey Kong (July 9, 1981) Marioicon1 (July 14, 1981) Pacmanicon (May 22, 1980) Mrgameandwatchicon (April 28, 1980)

Console Version

The console version allows players to choose from a range of options concerning All-Star Mode.

  • Oldest to Newest: Fight against the entire roster from Mr. Game & Watch to Corrin!
  • Newest to Oldest: Fight against the entire roster from Corrin to Mr. Game & Watch
  • By Franchise: Fight against the entire roster based on franchise.
  • Alphabetical: Fight against the entire roster from A-Z.

These allow for you to change up the matches and find which ones you like best! The matches are 6 against 1 with three characters appearing one at a time. When one character is KO'd, another takes his or her place.

  • On Easy Mode, there are three Maxim Tomatoes, 1 Fairy Bottle, and 1 Heart Container.
  • On Normal and Hard mode, there are two Maxim Tomatoes, 1 Fairy Bottle, and 1 Heart Container.
  • On Insane Mode, there is 1 Maxim Tomato, 1 Fairy Bottle, and 1 Heart Container.

On occasion, trophies and stamps will appear to be picked up as well as custom move, accessory, and item parts. In addition, an item may also appear which can be taken into the match. Items include:

  • Beam Sword
  • Hammer
  • Super Scope
  • Raygun
  • Bunny Hood
  • Poison Cloud
  • Icy Aura
  • Home-Run Bat
  • Green Shell
  • Blue Shell
  • Bumper
  • Chaos Cleaver
  • Magic Rod
  • Bomb-omb
  • Fire Rod
  • Medusa's Head
  • Pulsar Gun
  • Prism Shield
  • Warp Star
  • Franklin Badge
  • Smart Bomb
  • Motion Sensor Bomb

Super Horn

  • Stealth Suit
  • Super Star
  • Super Bell
  • Volley Shooter
  • Back Shield
  • Pokeball
  • Beehive
  • Banana Peel
  • Beetle
  • Bomb-chu
  • Boomerang
  • Drill Arm
  • Fire Flower
  • Freezie
  • Gooey Bomb
  • Gust Bellows
  • Hothead
  • Lip's Stick
  • Mr. Saturn
  • Ore Club
  • Pitfall
  • Rocket Belt
  • Star Rod
  • Steel Diver
  • Super Leaf
  • Unira
  • X-Bomb

Rest Area

The Rest Area for the console version changes in appearance in between each match. The following appearances are:

  • Urban
  • Forest
  • Fantastical
  • Futuristic
  • Ruins
  • Jungle
  • Tropical Island
  • Industrial
  • Asian Temple
  • Castle

Matches

Newest to Oldest

Match 1 (2015-2014)

Coliseum/Turf War/New Los Angeles/Minakami Shrine/Treasure Tracker/Temple

Corrineicon (June 25, 2015) Inklingicon (May 28, 2015) Elmaicon (April 29, 2015) Yuuriicon (September 27, 2014) Captaintoadicon1 (November 13, 2014) Lana (August 14, 2014)

Match 2 (2013-2010)

Wii Fit Studio/Unova Pokemon League/Blossom City/The Museum/Sol Sanctum

Wiifittraineruicon (October 31, 2013) Greninjaicon (October 12, 2013) Wonderful One (August 23, 2013) Robinicon (April 9, 2012) Isabelleaicon (November 8, 2012) Matthewicon (November 9, 2010)

Match 3 (2010-2006)

Gaur Palins/Noatun/Mario Galaxy/Fever Remix/Drago Plateau/Battle Revolution

Shulkicon (June 10, 2010) Bayonettaicon (October 29, 2009) Rosalinaicon1 (November 1, 2007) Chrouskidsicon (August 3, 2006) Lucasicon (April 20, 2006) Lucarioicon (September 28, 2006)

Match 4 (2005-2001)

Tower of Guidance/Biosphere/Forest Haven/Pokemon Stadium 2

Ikeicon (April 20, 2005) Zerosuitsamusicon February 9, 2004) Toonlinkicon (December 13, 2002) Gardevoiricon (November 21, 2002) Bowserjricon1 (July 19, 2002) Royicon (November 21, 2001)

Match 5 (2001-1998)

Town & City/Distant Tundra/War Zone/Paper Theater/Poke Snap/Twiligth Palace

Villagericon (April 14, 2001) Olimaricon (October 26, 2001) Samiicon (September 10, 2001) Papermarioicon1 (August 11, 2000) Pichuicon (November 21, 1999) Ganondorf (November 21, 1998)

Match 6 (2001-1998)

Temple of Time/Sargossa/Poke Floats/Saffron City

Shiekicon (November 21, 1998) Wolficon (April 27, 1997) Jigglypufficon (February 27, 1996) Charizardicon (February 27, 1996) Pikachuicon (February 27, 1996) Mewtwoicon (February 27, 1996)

Match 7 (1998-1996)

Sunset Shore/Bramble Blast/Yoshi's Story/Main Gallery/Magicant

Dixiekongicon (November 20, 1995) Kamekicon (October 4, 1995) Raymanicon (September 1, 1995) Diddykongicon1 (November 21, 1994) Nessicon (August 27, 1994) Meta Knight (March 23, 1993)

Match 8 (1993-1991)

Corneria/Diamond City/Patch Land/Bygone Island

Falcoicon (February 21, 1993) Fox (February 21, 1993) Warioicon1 (October 21, 1992) Kingdededeicon (April 27, 1992) Kirbyicon (April 27, 1992) Sonicstock (June 23, 1991)

Match 9 (1990-1986)

Casino Palace/Woolly World/Dragon Altar/Maverick Crisis/Palutena's Castle Ruins

Captainfalconicon (November 21, 1990) Yoshiicon1 (November 21, 1990) Marthicon (April 20, 1990) Megamanicon (December 17, 1987) Palutenaicon (December 19, 1986) Piticon (December 19, 1986)

Match 10 (1986-1986)

VWA Ring/Skytown/Ridley's Lair/Murasame Castle/Hyrule Field/Great Bay

Hayabusaicon (October 21, 1986) Samusicon (August 6, 1986) Ridleyicon (August 6, 1986) Takamaruicon (April 14, 1986) Linkicon (February 21, 1986)) Zeldaicon1 (February 21, 1986)

Match 11 (1986-1984)

Temple of Time/Dystopia/Bowser's Castle/Gyromite/Duck Hunt 2

Impaicon (February 21, 1986) Machridericon (November 21, 1985) Bowsericon1 (September 13, 1985) Peachicon1 (September 13, 1985) Robicon (July 26, 1985) Duckhunticon1 (April 21, 1984)

Match 12 (1984-1980)

Boxing Ring/Rainbow Cruise/Shy Guy Falls/Tropical Freeze/Pac-Museum/Vermin

Littlemacicon (February 1984) Luigiicon1 (July 14, 1983) Donkey Kong (July 9, 1981) Marioicon1 (July 14, 1981) Pacmanicon (May 22, 1980) Mrgameandwatchicon (April 28, 1980)

Oldest to Newest

Match 1 (1980-1984)

Boxing Ring/Rainbow Cruise/Shy Guy Falls/Tropical Freeze/Pac-Museum/Vermin

Mrgameandwatchicon (April 28, 1980) Pacmanicon (May 22, 1980) Marioicon1 (July 14, 1981) Donkey Kong (July 9, 1981) Luigiicon1 (July 14, 1983) Littlemacicon (February 1984)

Match 2 1984-1986)

Temple of Time/Dystopia/Bowser's Castle/Gyromite/Duck Hunt 2

Duckhunticon1 (April 21, 1984) Robicon (July 26, 1985) Machridericon (November 21, 1985) Bowsericon1 (September 13, 1985) Peachicon1 (September 13, 1985) Impaicon (February 21, 1986)

Match 3 (1986-1986)

VWA Ring/Skytown/Ridley's Lair/Murasame Castle/Hyrule Field/Great Bay

Zeldaicon1 (February 21, 1986) Linkicon (February 21, 1986)) Takamaruicon (April 14, 1986) Ridleyicon (August 6, 1986) Samusicon (August 6, 1986) Hayabusaicon (October 21, 1986)

Match 4 (1986-1990)

Casino Palace/Woolly World/Dragon Altar/Maverick Crisis/Palutena's Castle Ruins

Piticon(December 19, 1986) Palutenaicon (December 19, 1986) Megamanicon (December 17, 1987) Marthicon (April 20, 1990)) Yoshiicon1 (November 21, 1990)Captainfalconicon (November 21, 1990

Match 5 (1991-1993)

Corneria/Diamond City/Patch Land/Bygone Island

Sonicstock (June 23, 1991) Kirbyicon (April 27, 1992)Kingdededeicon (April 27, 1992) Warioicon1 (October 21, 1992) Fox (February 21, 1993)Falcoicon(February 21, 1993)

Match 6 (1993-1995)

Sunset Shore/Bramble Blast/Yoshi's Story/Main Gallery/Magicant

Meta Knight (March 23, 1993) Nessicon (August 27, 1994) Diddykongicon1 (November 21, 1994) (September 1, 1995) Dixiekongicon (October 4, 1995) Raymanicon(November 20, 1995) Kamekicon

Match 7 (1996-1998)

Temple of Time/Sargossa/Poke Floats/Saffron City

Mewtwoicon (February 27, 1996) Pikachuicon (February 27, 1996) Charizardicon (February 27, 1996) Jigglypufficon (February 27, 1996)

Wolficon (April 27, 1997) Shiekicon(November 21, 1998)

Match 8 (1998-2001)

Town & City/Distant Tundra/War Zone/Paper Theater/Poke Snap/Twiligth Palace

Ganondorf (November 21, 1998) Pichuicon (November 21, 1999) Papermarioicon1 (August 11, 2000) Samiicon (September 10, 2001) Olimaricon (October 26, 2001)Villagericon (April 14, 2001)

Match 9 (2001-2005)

Tower of Guidance/Biosphere/Forest Haven/Pokemon Stadium 2

Royicon (November 21, 2001) Bowserjricon1 (July 19, 2002) Gardevoiricon (November 21, 2002)

Toonlinkicon (December 13, 2002)) Zerosuitsamusicon February 9, 2004) Ikeicon (April 20, 2005

Match 10 (2006-2010)

Gaur Palins/Noatun/Mario Galaxy/Fever Remix/Drago Plateau/Battle Revolution

Lucarioicon (September 28, 2006) Lucasicon (April 20, 2006) Chrouskidsicon (August 3, 2006) Rosalinaicon1 (November 1, 2007)

Bayonettaicon (October 29, 2009) Shulkicon (June 10, 2010)

Match 11 (2010-2013)

Wii Fit Studio/Unova Pokemon League/Blossom City/The Museum/Sol Sanctum

Matthewicon (November 9, 2010) Isabelleaicon (November 8, 2012) Robinicon (April 9, 2012) Wonderful One (August 23, 2013) Greninjaicon (October 12, 2013)Wiifittraineruicon(October 31, 2013)

Match 12 (2014-2015)

Coliseum/Turf War/New Los Angeles/Minakami Shrine/Treasure Tracker/Temple

Lana (August 14, 2014) Captaintoadicon1 (November 13, 2014) Yuuriicon (September 27, 2014) Elmaicon (April 29, 2015) Inklingicon (May 28, 2015)Corrineicon(June 25, 2015)

By Franchise

Match 1 (Mario)

Marioicon1Luigiicon1Peachicon1Bowsericon1Papermarioicon1Bowserjricon1Rosalinaicon1Captaintoadicon1

Match 2 (Mario's Friends)

Donkey Kong Yoshiicon1KamekiconWarioicon1Diddykongicon1Dixiekongicon

Match 3 (The Legend of Zelda)

LinkiconZeldaicon1ShiekiconImpaiconGanondorf Toonlinkicon Lana

Match 4 (Space Explorers)

Fox FalcoiconWolficonSamusiconRidleyiconOlimaricon

Match 5 (Cute and Fluffy)

KirbyiconKingdededeiconMeta Knight VillagericonIsabelleaiconMrgameandwatchicon

Match 6 (Psychics, Singers, Gunners, and Heroes)

NessiconLucasiconChrouskidsiconInklingiconWonderful Ones

Match 7 (Pokemon)

PikachuiconCharizardiconMewtwoiconJigglypufficonGardevoiriconLucarioicon

Match 8 (Expert Swordsman)

MarthiconIkeiconRoyiconRobiniconCorrineiconMatthewiconShulkiconElmaicon

Match 9 (Racers and Angels)

CaptainfalconiconMachridericonPiticonPalutenaicon

Match 10 (Retro)

LittlemaciconDuckhunticon1RobiconTakamaruiconHayabusaicon

Match 11 (3rd Party)

PacmaniconMegamaniconSonicstockBayonettaiconRaymanicon

Match 12 (Girl Power)

YuuriiconWiifittraineruiconSamiicon

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