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Super Smash Bros is a fighting game published by Nintendo and developed by HAL Laboratory. This game is for the Nintendo 64. Players win by knocking their opponents off the stage. Each player has a damage system and it shows by percentage. The damage system can get up to 100% but the maximum damage is 999%. The high the percentage, the more likely the character can be knocked out from their character’s attacks and fly away easily. To get a KO, you must send your opponent flying away from the stage. If you’re knocked off the stage, your character can use jumping moves to return back to the stage or grab the ledges.

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This game requires players to memorize using the same control combinations for all characters. Players are allowed their characters to run freely on the stage. The game focuses on aerial and platforming skills than other fighting games. You can grab and throw your opponents. You can block and dodge from attacks.

There are various weapons, and power-ups that can be used in battle to inflict damage, recover health and additional items. Items randomly fall on the stage. Items: crates, capsules, eggs, barrels, bob-ombs, fire flowers, green shells, hammers, red shells, stars, beam swords, home run baseball bats, motion sensor bombs, bumpers, fans, poke balls (Beedrill, Blastoise, Chansey, Charizard, Clefairy, Hitmonlee, Koffing, Meowth, Mew, Onix, Snorlax, and Starmie), star rods, maxim tomatoes, heart containers, and ray guns.

You can pick any stages where you can fight: Peach’s Castle, Kongo Jungle, Hyrule Castle, Planet Zebes, Yoshi’s Island, Dream Land, Sector Z, Saffron City and Mushroom Kingdom. Stages give a unique gameplay plus strategic motives and it makes the stage an additional factor in the fight.

Super Smash Bros stages

There are 12 Nintendo characters in this game: Luigi, Mario, Donkey Kong, Link, Samus Aran, Captain Falcon, Ness, Yoshi, Kirby, Fox, Pikachu, and Jigglypuff.

Single Player Mode–  you can choose any character and battle a series of CPU in order. You can set the difficulty and how many lives you want. If you lose all your lives or run out of time, you have an option to continue and your overall points will decrease. Single Player Mode have two mini games:

Break the Targets: break all the targets without falling or the time expires and

Board the Platforms: jump on the platforms without falling or the time expires. The goal is to complete the challenge without falling off the stage.

Training Mode– you can practice your combo against the CPU without rules on any stages.

Multiplayer Mode– up to four players can play in multiplayer mode. You can play in a free for all or a team battle.

There are two multiplayer modes:

Time mode: whoever have the most KO points till the time expires, wins the match

Stock mode: the winner will determined who is the last man standing. If two or more players have the same score when the time expires, it will reached to sudden death.

Super Smash Bros 64 Peach's Castle

Captain Falcon and Link are my favorite characters of Super Smash Bros. I always practice on training mode using Captain Falcon a lot to practice my aerial combos. This is a gaming video of me doing a gameplay of Super Smash Bros in a bob-omb battle but I was trying very hard not to laugh from hearing the cartoon bomb explosion. I love to play around with those bob-ombs. I laughed too hard every time I threw a bob-omb at my foes and the bomb explodes. When my foes get hit by the bob-omb, they fly away and scream in the air as a KO scream. I love this game and I never get tired of playing and this game makes me laugh too hard. SUPER SMASH BROS!!!! #VideoGame #FightingGame #Nintendo64 #SuperSmashBros #SuperSmashBrosSeries #ThrowbackVideoGame