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Super Smash Bros. Deluxe, often shortened to SSBD or Deluxe, is the sixth (counting ssb4 wii u) installment in the Super Smash Bros. series published by Nintendo. Like the other games in the series, it features a diverse roster of characters from Nintendo and its second parties to fight in various kinds of matches. However, Deluxe is the second Super Smash Bros. game to feature third-party characters. Most of the game's music is made up of arranged versions of pieces that originated in previously released Nintendo video games; though some play exactly as they did in their original games, others are arranged by one of 36 renowned video game composers.
A new battle mechanic is the Item Box that was originally supposed to be featured in the first game of the series, but scrapped for technical reasons, which can be used only by collecting a Smash Box. Players are now able to first person shooter vision, like the Super Scope, where in Brawl wasn't possible. A new technique called the Taunt Jump is introduced. It allows players to jump on an another player's head up to five times and spring up by pressing the jump button at the right time. Players are be able to perform Taunts by doing this as well. The Tether Recovery is a returning tactic in the game. It allows players to grab onto ledges using chain-like items, such as a Plasma Whip or a Link's Hookshot. Gliding is also a technique in this game, available only to winged characters. When gliding is used, players are able to glide across the stage and be able to control the way they fly. They can direct themselves upwards or downwards, depending on the direction the or the is pointed in. Another feature not present in the past two games is slipping. Any character can slip. The feature has no upside for the players that slip other than the invincibility frames that are granted to the players when they get up. Players can slip when trying to run suddenly, go down slopes, turn around or walking on a Banana Peel. The game also features fourt different Taunts for each character, while the past games only feature one taunt.
Tag Battle (Blue,Red and Green)
Hunter Mode : Players will need to capture all the trophies in order to advance to the next floor.
Smash Ball Time : Who gets more time with Smash Bal)