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Super Smash Bros. Unlimited
Developer(s) Nintendo EAD

FOF, Inc Sora Ltd Namco SEGA

Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Wii U
Genre(s) Fighting
Release Date(s)
October 30th, 2015 (Japan)

November 6th, 2015 (NA) November 8th, 2015 (PAL)

Mode(s)
1-4 Players local and online
Age Rating(s)
T
Media Included Wii U optical disc

Super Smash Bros. Unlimited (otherwise abbreviated SSBU) is a four-player fighting-party game for Wii U, and the sequel for Super Smash Bros for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. It features new gameplay modes, characters, stages, and items.

Gameplay

Multiplayer

The game's main game mode is multiplayer or Smash mode, which can be played with any amount of players. The goal of this mode is to deal damage to opponents, increasing their percent damage and in turn making them fly farther, with the ultimate goal being to knock your opponent off the screen. The player who gets knocked off the least and also knocks the most off is the winner.

  • Regular (Timed, Stock, Coin, Stamina, plus Support mode, where each stock has you as a different character)
  • Special (Invisible, Fixed Camera, Fiery, Metal, Fast, Slow, Light, Heavy, Huge, Tiny, Flower)
  • Tournament (with up to 64 players)
  • Rotation

Solo

Solo has four modes, plus a training mode, all operating under the same gameplay. Despite the title of Solo, all can be played with 1-2 players.

  • Classic Mode: Classic mode consists of going through twelve stages and fighting various opponents under different circumstances. It is avaliable from the beginning.
  • Adventure Mode: Adventure mode consists of several levels, all based off various Nintendo worlds, with a character boss or actual boss at the end of each level. The first level is always the same, but they all branch into different paths, making 24 levels total.
  • All-Star Mode: All-Star mode pits your character against every character in the game, with only one life and limited recovery items. This is only unlocked after unlocking every character. Beating this mode rewards you with the character's Final Smash trophy.
  • Events: There are 100 events that place the player in specific situations where they must accomplish a specific task, usually with a specific character too.
  • Training: Training mode allows any character or stage to be selected, with customizable options such as items and enemy aggressiveness. It allows practicing combos and other effects. Up to two players and one computer can be chosen for this mode.

Games

A third subheading, Games, consists of various minigames and more unorthodox gameplay modes. As follows:

  • Smash Run: Playable with 1-4 players using splitscreen and online. Smash Run features a large stage that only appears in this mode. The goal of this is to defeat various enemies to collect power-ups, then using those power-ups to defeat opponents in one or several following minigames. The field for Smash Run will also sometimes be hit with random events, such as boss battles, enemy hordes, and more.
  • Tower of Smash: With one player, you select up to 5 different characters, each of which is one life. There are 100 floors within this tower, each with three options for battles with characters. They can be any variety of matches- fast/slow, metal, giant, team, 2 v 2, or stranger modes like Pokeballs only, constantly taking damage, or decreased knockback, just to name a few. A boss always appears on floors ending with 9 (9, 19, 29). Continues will let you restart from the last multiple of ten you got to. Beating all 100 floors unlocks an endless mode, where you continue fighting a vartiey of opponents until you lose all your lives, maxing out at 9999 floors.
  • Multi-Man Smash: Playable with 1-2 players, a Multi-Man Smash pits the player against the Fighting Jelly Team, and has various challenges to complete, all offering some kind of reward. These include 10-Man Smash, 100-Man Smash, 3-Minute Smash, 15-Minute Smash, Endless Smash, and Cruel Smash.
  • Home-Run Contest: With only one player, the goal is to rack up damage on the sandbag then use a home-run bat or other attack to send it flying as far as possible.
  • Target Test: Every individual character has their own Target Test level, where the goal is to break all 10 targets using your character's abilities in the shortest amount of time possible. Only one character can be used.
  • Race to the Finish: There are three different courses for race to the finish, two that take place horizontally and one that takes place traveling vertically upward. The object is to get to the finish in the shortest amount of time possible. Up to two characters can play splitscreen.
  • Boss Battles: With one or two characters, the goal is to beat every boss with one life and limited recovery items. This mode has to be unlocked. It uses a "Mega Man" theme, with a room with all boss doors except the final boss available and you can fight them in whatever order you choose.
  • Snag the Trophies: This mode features the player breaking various falling boxes and collecting trophies inside.
  • Minigames: Minigames that only appear in Smash Run contests, which also appear here after unlocking them.

Online

Online is divided into three different modes: For Fun, where items and stage hazards are on and wins and losses aren't recorded, For Glory, where items and stage hazards are off and and wins and losses are recorded, and With Friends, with customizable rules. Smash Run and some minigames are also playable online.

Data and Options

  • Trophies: Lets you view all the trophies you've collected, along with playing the Trophy Slots.
  • Stage Builder: Lets you create your own stages.
  • Announcements: Shows all the messages you've recieved from the game.
  • Bonuses: Allows you to view all bonuses earned after matches.
  • My Music: Allows you to adjust the music on the stage.
  • Sound Test: Allows you to listen to all songs and sound effects in the game.
  • Stats: Allows you to see your wins, losses, most played characters, and other information.
  • Album: Allows you to see pictures you've taken.
  • Videos: Allows you to see videos you've played.
  • Challenges: Allows you to see criteria for unlocking specific rewards.
  • Rules: Allows you to change Smash mode's default rules.
  • Names: Allows you to change names and special control schemes.
  • Options: Allows you to change audio/video options, saving options, rumble, and erase data.

Characters

This game's full roster has 70 unique characters, each with customizable special moves. Complete clone characters (such as Dr. Mario, Dark Pit, and Lucina) are reclassified as "alternate characters" that have their own voice acting, names, and titles, and are treated as separate characters with the same movesets. In True All-Star, the alternate characters are fightable too.

Name Description Special Moves
MarioSpaceProfile Mario
SSB Mario Series
Mario is the hero of the Mushroom Kingdom who often travels the Mushroom World with his friends in order to put a stop to the evil Bowser's plans. Mario remains unchanged from his previous appearence in the last Super Smash Bros. game, and he still has the most balanced moveset of all the characters. Standard Fireball
Side Cape
Up Super Jump Punch
Down FLUDD
Final Smash Mario Finale
Peach
SSB Mario Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Bowser
SSB Mario Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Rosalina
SSB Mario Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Donkey Kong
DK-Symbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Diddy Kong
DK-Symbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
King K. Rool
DK-Symbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Wario
SSB Wario Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Yoshi
SSB Yoshi Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Link
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Zelda
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Sheik
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Pikachu
SSB Pokémon Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Charizard
SSB Pokémon Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Lucario
SSB Pokémon Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Samus
SSB Metroid Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Zero Suit Samus
SSB Metroid Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Fox
SSB Star Fox Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Kirby
KirbySymbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
King Dedede
KirbySymbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Waddle Dee
KirbySymbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Captain Olimar
SSB Pikmin Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Lucas
SSB EarthBound Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Marth
SSB Fire Emblem Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Robin
SSB Fire Emblem Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Pit
SSB Kid Icarus Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Palutena
SSB Kid Icarus Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Villager
SSB Animal Crossing Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Isaac
SSB Golden Sun Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Wii Fit Trainer
SSB Wii Fit Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Starfy
StarfySymbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Ice Climbers
SSB Ice Climber Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Little Mac
SSB Punch-Out Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Takamaru
Takamaru Symbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Sonic
SSB Sonic Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Mii Fighters
SSB Super Smash Bros. Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash

Unlockable

Name Unlock Method Special Moves
Jigglypuff
SSB Pokémon Series
Standard Rollout
Side Pound
Up Sing
Down Rest
Final Smash Puff Up
Luigi
SSB Mario Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Ness
SSB EarthBound Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Falco
SSB Star Fox Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Meta Knight
KirbySymbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Ike
SSB Fire Emblem Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Paper Mario
SSB Mario Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Toon Link
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Greninja
SSB Pokémon Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Shulk
SSB Xenoblade Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Ray
50px
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Toon Zelda
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Inkling
SSB Splatoon
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Roy
SSB Fire Emblem Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Chorus Kids
Rhythm Heaven-Symbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Dillon
SSB Rolling Western Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Dixie Kong
DK-Symbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Bowser Jr.
SSB Mario Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Wolf
SSB Star Fox Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Mr. Game and Watch
Game&Watch-Symbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
R.O.B.
SSB Mario Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Duck Hunt
50px
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Ganondorf
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Mewtwo
SSB Pokémon Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Ridley
SSB Metroid Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Megaman
SSB Mega Man Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Pac-Man
SSB Pac-Man Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Black Mage
50px
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Snake
SSB Metal Gear Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Pichu
SSB Pokémon Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Toad
SSB Mario Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Ganon
SSB The Legend of Zelda Series
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash
Sheriff
SheriffSymbol
Standard
Side
Up
Down
Final Smash

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