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Super Smash Bros. U and 3D
Developer(s) Nintendo, Sora Ltd., Atacon Gaming Division
Publisher(s) Nintendo, The Pokémon Company, Sora Ltd.
Platform(s) Wii U, Nintendo 3DS
Genre(s) fighting

Super Smash Bros. U and Super Smash Bros. 3D are both remakes of the original Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 64. As the title suggests, they are both for the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. It is technically installment 1 1/2, but overall it is the 6th installment in the Super Smash Bros. series. Atacon Gaming Division collaborated with Nintendo and Sora Ltd. to help transition the original game to the newer generation consoles. Super Smash Bros. U was released on March 13, 2014, and Super Smash Bros. 3D was released a day later.

The sequel, titled Super Smash Bros. Melee 3D, was revealed a few weeks later, with a release date of December 21, 2015.

Playable Characters

The playable roster is the same as of Super Smash Bros. However, all the characters who were cut (e.g., Bowser, Mewtwo, King Dedede) are playable.

Default Fighters


Yoshi the Dinosaur

Donkey Kong


Samus Aran

Fox McCloud



Princess Peach (Added Character)

Pit (Added Character)

King Dedede (Added Character)

Unlockable Characters



Captain Falcon


Mewtwo (Added Character)

Bowser (Added Character)

Meowth (Added Character, Smash Bros. debut)

Unlocking Criteria

Characters Unlocking Criteria
Luigi Clear Target Challenge with all 11 starter characters.
Ness Clear Single Player Challenge with 3 lives or less with no continues
Captain Falcon Clear Single Player Challenge as any Fighter and any Difficulty within 20 minutes
Jigglypuff Clear Single Player Challenge as any character
Mewtwo Clear Single Player Challenge as every character except Mewtwo
Bowser Use 3 or more continues as Peach in Single Player Challenge
Meowth Cleat Target Challenge as Pikachu, Mewtwo, and Jigglypuff


The stages from the N64 version all return. In addition, Battlefield and Final Destination are selectable in Smash mode.

Super Smash Bros. U/3D: BATTLEFIELD


Super Mario 64: PEACH'S CASTLE

Donkey Kong Country: CONGO JUNGLE

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time: HYRULE CASTLE

Super Metroid: PLANET ZEEBES

Yoshi's Story: YOSHI'S ISLAND

Kirby's Dream Land 3: DREAM LAND

Star Fox 64: SECTOR Z

Pokémon Red/Blue: SAFFRON CITY

Unlockable Stages

The remake adds even more unlockable stages.


James Bond 007 The World is Not Enough: HIDDEN VOLCANO


Mortal Kombat III: ROOFTOP

Stage Unlocking Criteria

Stages Unlocking Criteria
Mushroom Kingdom Beat Single Player Challenge as all 11 starter fighters, and play on each starter stage at least once
Hidden Volcano Unlock all characters
Underworld Clear Single Player Challenge as Pit on at least Normal difficulty
Rooftop Clear Single Player Challenge on Intense difficulty


  • It is unknown if it is a bug, but after unlocks every character in Super Smash Bros. 3D, Congo Jungle is misspelt "KINGO JUNGLE".
    • However, this is most likely an easter egg. "KINGO JUNGLE", if you look closely, is King 'O Jungle, which means King of Jungle. It most likely means you're the king of the game.
  • Rooftop is the only third-party stage without any character, Assist Trophy, or trophy representative.
    • This would be the same case for Hidden Volcano, but 007 has item representation. (the Motion Sensor Bomb)
  • Both games were developed in 5 months.

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