|Super Smash Bros. 2600|
|Developer(s)||Simpson55 Happy-Go-Lucky Games inc|
|Successor||Super Smash Bros. 64|
|Media Included||A2600 cartdridge|
S55-happy-go-lucky games inc. , manufactured by 游戏工厂公司 in China's mainland and released on the Atari 2600 in 1985 in China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan, and in 1986 in US, Europe and south America.
During the 1980s, Simpson55's Happy-Go-Lucky Games inc. was famous for making unlicensed NES video games, as well as Atari 2600 games using Nintendo, SEGA and other companies' licenses without any right.
One of these games was Super Smash Brothers., an action game with four players (1-2 players and 2 CPUs)
who have to fight each other to death!
This game uses Nintendo's characters even though S55 HGLG inc. didn't have the rights to put them in their game.
Sure the graphics are rudimentary, but we can recognize all nintendo classic characters!
And all of them have special abilities!
And that's all .. that's Atari, what did you expect?
- Fire button : Punch
- Joystick ( left and right ) : move to the left and to the right
- Joystick (up) : Jump
When Shigeru Miyamoto saw this game for the first time, he killed the owner of S55 Happy-Go-Lucky Games inc , who happened to be Simpson 55 herself, and then in 1999, a nintendo game which was coincidentally called Super Smash Bros. was released