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Smashboards Creates: The Super Smash Bros of Another Universe!

Champion of Hyrule

Smash Ace
Sep 15, 2018
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The year is 2021, in a universe different from ours...

Masahiro Sakurai is a game developer known for making the Kirby series, and nothing really else. He’s made a few small projects but they’ve never really gotten popular. So, it surprised everyone when three years ago Sakurai announced he would stop helping with development of the Kirby series after Star Allies! So... what’s his next project?

Well, Sakurai wants to use his company Sora Ltd. to make the ultimate gaming crossover, the platform fighting game Super Smash Bros! And he wants to do it without the help of Nintendo at all, except for some of their characters! Sakurai will have to use his many connections in the gaming industry to get the licenses for characters new, old, popular, obscure, and most of all exciting to use for this game. But the only question is... which characters?

Well that’s what we’re here for! We’re gonna make a thread for not only the characters but stages, items, alts, and maybe even music! Since this is an alternate universe, I need you to remember the #1 rule...
Forget everything you know about Smash Bros!

okay that’s not really true. You do need to remember how movesets, items and stages work, but other than that, forget about which characters got in and what their movesets were when on this thread because this is a 100% original smash bros where the concept of first and third party dosent exist! (non-videogame characters are still off the table though) Also while it’s certainly not as much as this universe’s smash bros, I still imagine there would be quite a bit of Nintendo characters, although it wouldn’t even be a quarter of the roster unless people here really want it to.

So, does this sound like an interesting universe? Well if it does stay tuned and we’ll speculate on the completely original Super Smash Bros! Job #1 will be posted shortly!

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Series: Super Mario (Nintendo)
Debut: Donkey Kong (1981)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Super Mario (Nintendo)
Debut: Mario Bros. (1983)
Moves: Finished
Series: Super Mario (Nintendo)
Debut: Super Mario Bros. (1985)
Moves: Finished
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Donkey Kong
Series: Donkey Kong (Nintendo
Debut: Donkey Kong (1981)
Moves: Finished
Series: The Legend of Zelda (Nintendo)
Debut: The Legend of Zelda (1986)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Pokémon (Nintendo)
Debut: Pokémon Red/Blue (1996)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Metroid (Nintendo)
Debut: Metroid (1987)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Kirby (Nintendo)
Debut: Kirby's Dream Land (1992)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Sonic (Sega)
Debut: Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
Moves: Finished
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Dr. Eggman
Series: Sonic (Sega)
Debut: Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Sonic (Sega)
Debut: Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (1992)
Moves: Finished
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Space Harrier
Series: Space Harrier (Sega)
Debut: Space Harrier (1985)
Moves: Finished
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Crash Bandicoot
Series: Crash Bandicoot (Activision Blizzard)
Debut: Crash Bandicoot (1996)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Street Fighter (Capcom)
Debut: Street Fighter (1987)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Street Fighter (Capcom)
Debut: Street Fighter (1987)
Moves: Finished
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Phoenix Wright
Series: Ace Attorney
Debut: Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney (2001)
Moves: Finished
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Mega Man
Series: Mega Man (Capcom)
Debut: Mega Man (1987)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Mega Man (Capcom)
Debut: Mega Man (1987)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Marvel Vs. Capcom (Capcom)
Debut: Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes (2000)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Resident Evil (Capcom)
Debut: Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (1999)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Mortal Kombat (NetherRealm Studios)
Debut: Mortal Kombat (1992)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Mortal Kombat (NetherRealm Studios)
Debut: Mortal Kombat (1992)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Pac-Man (Bandai Namco)
Debut: Pac-Man (1980)
Moves: Finished
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Ms. Pac-Man
Series: Pac-Man (Bandai Namco)
Debut: Ms. Pac-Man (1982)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Tekken (Bandai Namco)
Debut: Tekken 3 (1996)
Moves: Finished
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Master Chief
Series: Halo (Microsoft)
Debut: Halo Combat Evolved (2001)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Minecraft (Microsoft)
Debut: Minecraft (2009)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Minecraft (Microsoft)
Debut: Minecraft 1.8 Edition (2014)
Moves: Finished
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Doom Slayer
Series: Doom (Microsoft)
Debut: Doom (1993)
Moves: Finished
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Vault Boy
Series: Fallout (Microsoft)
Debut: Fallout (1997)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Microsoft Windows
Debut: Microsoft Office 97 (1997)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Cuphead (Studio MDHR)
Debut: Cuphead (2017)
Moves: Finished
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Mugman (Echo Fighter)
Series: Cuphead (Studio MDHR)
Debut: Cuphead (2017)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Final Fantasy (Square Enix)
Debut: Final Fantasy VII (1997)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Dragon Quest (Square Enix)
Debut: Dragon Quest III (1988)
Moves: Finished
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Lara Croft
Series: Tomb Raider (Square Enix)
Debut: Tomb Raider (1996)
Moves: Finishef
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Series: Metal Gear (Konami)
Debut: Metal Gear (1987)
Moves: Finished
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Liquid Snake
Series: Metal Gear (Konami)
Debut: Metal Gear Solid (1998)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Bomberman (Konami)
Debut: Bomberman (1983)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Castlevania (Konami)
Debut: Castlevania (1986)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Castlevania (Konami)
Debut: Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (1993)
Moves: Finished
Series: Frogger (Konami)
Debut: Frogger (1981)
Moves: Finished
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Carmen Sandiego
Series: Carmen Sandiego (Broderbund)
Debut: Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? (1985)
Moves: Finished
Gordon Freeman
Series: Half-Life (Valve)
Debut: Half-Life (1998)
Moves: Finished
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Team Fortress
Series: Team Fortress (Valve)
Debut: Team Fortress (1999)
Moves: Finished
Series: Grand Theft Auto (Rockstar)
Debut: Grand Theft Auto V (2013)
Moves: Finished
Series: Undertale (Tobx Fox)
Debut: Undertale (2015)
Moves: Finished
Shovel Knight
Series: Shovel Knight (Yacht Club Games)
Debut: Shovel Knight (2014)
Moves: Finished
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Series: Rayman (Ubisoft)
Debut: Rayman (1995)
Moves: Finished
Fatal Fury - Terry Bogard / Characters - TV Tropes
Series: Fatal Fury (SNK)
Debut: Fatal Fury: King of Fighters (1991)
Moves: Finished
Series: God of War (Sony)
Debut: God of War (2005)
Moves: Finished
Ratchet & Clank™
Ratchet & Clank
Series: Ratchet & Clank (Sony)
Debut: Ratchet & Clank (2002)
Moves: Finished
1. Mario
2. Luigi
3. Bowser
4. Donkey Kong
5. Link
6. Pikachu
7. Samus
8. Kirby
9. Sonic
10. Dr Eggman
11. Tails
12. Space Harrier
13. Crash Bandicoot
14. Ryu
14e. Ken
15. Phoenix Wright
16. Mega Man
16e. Roll
17. Amingo
18. Nemesis
19. Scorpion
20. Sub-Zero
21. Pac-Man
21e. Ms. Pac-Man
22. Jin
23. Master Chief
24. Steve
24e. Alex
25. Doom Slayer
26. Vault Boy
27. Clippy
28. Cuphead
28e. Mugman
29. Sephiroth
30. Erdrick
31. Lara Croft
32. Snake
32e. Liquid Snake
33. Bomberman
34. Simon
34e. Richter
35. Frogger
36. Carmen Sandiego
37. Gordon Freeman
38. Team Fortress
39. Franklin
40. Frisk
41. Shovel Knight
42. Rayman
43. Terry
44. Kratos
45. Ratchet & Clank

Credit for the Sonic render goes to Jotiga6 on Deviantart, and credit for the Scorpion render goes to OGLoc069 on Deviantart.
Mario ( Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario ):
Job #8

Mario is still a standard beginner "shoto" fighter. However, he has a better mobility and worse defense, though his attack power is the same as it's always been. he is more true to his games and does not bare his irate expression as seen in our world's Smash.

Neutral B: Super Star Swing: A command grab. You can only throw your foe backwards, but you can determine the strength of the throw by holding the joystick left or right

Up B: Spin Jump - an attacking recovery move than can reflect projectiles. The height of this move is one of Mario's biggest weaknesses, but it's still relatively reliable (or in simple terms, better than SSBU Doc's up B)

Side B: Fireball - virtually the same, however Mario can now run while spawning fire balls and there's less cooldown at the expense of power.
Down B: Ground Pound - comparable to Yoshi's from our world

Mario's other moves are the same as SSBU with a few small exceptions:
Down tilt is a Raccoon tail swipe
Up air is an uppercut like the Super Jump Punch or up tilt
Side Smash is now a short range projectile with the Cannon Box.
Up throw has Mario throw the foe into a Super Launch Star
Forward throw now resembles Dr. Mario's back throw from SSBU
Down air is Dr. Mario's stomp from SSBU, which replaces Fair as Mario's only spike. Fair is not changed other than not spiking.

Mario's Final Smash would be Super Star Rush.

Mario turns invincible and dashes forwards. If the move connects, Mario will go into a cutscene where he runs across a 3D landscape made of 2D sprites from Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World, knocking out enemies on the way. The foes caught in the move are knocked back so fast the non-controllable Mario has to chase them to give them a big kick.
Luigi ( AlRex AlRex ):
Neutral B: Poltergust 3000
Luigi is able to suck foes in with the Poltergust, but once he has them, it's functionally similar to Mario's, with him spitting them out of the Poltergust in either direction.

Side B: Thunder Ball
A thunder ball with elemental properties

Other than that, a lot of what Mario does in that moveset, Luigi does, as well, so it's mostly fine for him. I thought about making the Spin Jump a Flutter Jump, like in Super Mario Bros. 2, but it seemed like too much of a change and couldn't be done super effectively. You can just have stat differences like Luigi jumping higher, being slightly taller, etc.
Bowser ( Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario ):
Bowser's gimmick is his aftertaste. When he hits with a fire-breath-based move some fire will remain in his mouth that will slightly strengthen his next fire breath move - however, the second blast of fire power does not give him an aftertaste and after that move is used there's a 12 second cooldown until he can get an aftertaste again, represented with a meter. If a move involves fire but not from the mouth, there's no aftertaste or use for aftertaste. Aftertaste cannot be stacked, but also doesn't expire. Aftertaste is not gained from failed hits, but is expired by them - however, the game does make exceptions for if he hits a stage hazard; item; AT; puppeteer fighter teammate; e.t.c. with his aftertaste - in which case it'll function as the move would with no aftertaste but also not taking away aftertaste.

Up B: Fire Propeller

Bowser propels himself with his fire breath like the above GIF, but vertically and as a blast of fire rather than a continuous blow - so not like the GIF at all really. Bowser himself does not hit, but the fire can spike. It doesn't go very far, but it's reliable enough. Aftertaste adds to the recovery distance.

Down B: Blue Bash

Bowser retracts into his shell and becomes blue - he then slams into the ground, once he lands the blue coating of his shell explodes and reveals the natural green within. A big blue explosion occurs with scutes coming every side - Bowser himself is actually the weak spot with the explosion being what he wants to hit with, though that's a little tricky with the very slight homing effect the move has. Only special with no aftertaste effects

B: Fire Ball/Bite

Bowser spurts a ball of fire from his mouth - it goes very far and is quite slow, but isn't that strong.

Side B: Flamethrower

Functions as it does in our world. Aftertaste increases range and makes it slower to run out.

Final Smash: Clown Colossus

Bowser hops in his clown car and flees off-stage - the stone clown car planet from Paper Mario rises the stage up into space as the camera zooms out, not catching up with the planet so the fighters can have a relatively seamless stage transformation. Now in control of a Koopaling airship, you can mess with the stage by moving it with the left stick and tilting it with the right. Stars; black holes; meteors; and supernovas appear for the fighters to avoid and you to lure them into. It should be noted the stage itself isn't carried by the Colossus, it's more of a very small Omega with only elements from the stage ripped off of it (so for example Green Hill might have a loop extracted, a capsized boat from N. Sanity Beach could be further stranded, or Kraid may be left homeless from the destruction of Brinstar Depths)
Donkey Kong ( Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario ):
Neutral B: Uppercut

The same as giant punch, but an uppercut instead of a forwards punch. References the ending of DKC2

Down B: Headbutt

Same as DK's canon side B

Side B: Barrel Throw

A rolling projectile - when it falls off a platform it goes straight down, and should it land on a platform below it'll roll the opposite direction. Can be destroyed with melee attacks but not projectiles.

Up B: Arrow Barrel

The arrow barrel spins around in 8 directions, and when you press B again it'll shoot you in that direction, hurting anyone in your path. Because it spins, you can go straight down if you desire.
Neutral Special: Bow and Arrow
Shoots an arrow from his bow directly forward. Can be charged.

Side Special: Boomerang
Throws a boomerang forward which comes back to him after the throw.

Up Special: Spin Attack
Jumps upwards spinning his sword around in a cyclone

Down Special: Bombs
Pulls out a throwable bomb which explodes after a few seconds

Final Smash: Triforce Slash
Traps the opponent in a Triforce and then repeatedly slashed at them. He finishes with one large stab forward.
Neutral Special: Thunder Jolt
Shoots a ball of electricity which travels on the ground

Side Special: Skull Bash
Charges then launches forward very quickly.

Up Special: Quick Attack
Zips upwards a few times

Down Special: Thunder
Calls down a bolt of lightning which strikes the area Pikachu is in and causes a small “explosion” of electricity around him.

Final Smash: Gigavolt Havoc (@AlRex):

Pikachu charges up a giant ball of electricity in front of itself before punching it forward, striking into the first foe in its path. In addition, it will also send out thinner strands of electrical energy, in multiple directions, that can deal slightly less damage to those near the electrical streams.
Samus ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ):
Neutral Special: Ice Beam

Samus fires a small blast of energy forward. If the move is charged up it’ll fire a much larger blast forward.

The move can’t actually freeze people, but if it’s charged it can occasionally make people move slower for a couple of seconds.

Side Special: Missiles
The side special pretty much works like it does in our universe, but there’s an extra part to the attack. If you charge it up it’ll become a Super Missile which will cause a fairly big explosion on impact. You can only have five super missiles per content.

The down special and up special are the same as they are in our universe.

Final Smash: Hyper Beam
For about six seconds the baby metroid will fly around the screen. If it attaches to anyone, it’ll do continuous damage to them and they’ll be stuck in place. Samus will then automatically shoot a huge, long yellow beam at them which does lots of damage on impact. The beam can sometimes hit other people if they’re in the way.


Some other changes:
-She can crawl using her morph ball
-Her ledge attack has her go into a morph ball and roll forward to reference Metroid Fusion
-She shoots energy balls for her jab
-She has three jumps and her third jump has her flipping around like her up special to reference the space jump ability
Sonic ( Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario ):
He can really move, he's got an attitude! Sonic is still the fastest fighter and still a precision based combo master, but it's not as easy for him to run away from a fight.

Sonic is as expressive as he was in Brawl, but has slightly shorter proportions akin to his Adventure 1 design - other than the proportions he mostly takes after the Colours-era design.

Sonic's aerials are the same as in our universe - however they have new effects: Fair and Bair have fire particles, Uair has electric particles, Dair has water particles, and Nair has an insta-sheild flash.

Sonic's forward tilt is now a roundhouse kick, but the forward tilt from our universe is now the third hit of his jab.

Sonic's dash attack is the kick, but he has an exclusive input only he (and possibly Tails? We'll decide when we get to his moveset) can use - a down dash which puts him in the roll from his Brawl dash. It can be activated by pressing a crouch input while running. The kick has effects that make it vaguely resemble the boost.

Up B: Spring

No changes here other than the spring staying longer once it lands.

Side B: Light Speed Dash

Sonic throws a ring projectile, and if he desires can press the button again to dash into it and anyone it may have hit.

Down B: Spin Dash/Drop Dash

Sonic can do the Spin Dash by pressing down B constantly on land, while he can do the Drop Dash by holding down B in the air. Drop Dash functions like the real Smash's Spin Dash move (single-hit) and Spin Dash functions like Spin Charge (multi-hit)

B: Homing Attack

Mostly the same as in SSBU, however Sonic now strikes a pose like PM and doesn't dash down if he doesn't lock on to anyone. Homing Attack has less endlag, with the pose being cancellable, which makes it a good combo starter.

His Final Smash is Super Sonic, no surprise there, but now Super Sonic is a transformation a la Wario Man, Giga Bowser, Giga Mac, and Mega Lucario circa Brawl/3DS/Wii U. Super Sonic can be damaged like PM's Wario Man and Giga Bowser however.
Tails ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ):
Neutral Special: Energy Ball

A pretty standard projectile. It flies kinda slow but does a lot of damage

Side Special: Triple Bomb


Tails throws a bomb forward which makes a giant explosion on the ground, about the size of three Bob-omb explosions in our world all next to each other. He has to wait 5 seconds to use the move after doing it once

Up Special: Propeller Flight

He spins his two tails and flies upwards. The physics act pretty much exactly like it does in the classic sonic games.

Down Special: Napalm Bomb
(yes tails can canonically commit war crimes)

He throws the bomb forward which makes a small flame on the ground. It acts similar to Simon and Richter’s down special.

Final Smash: Sky Chase

Tails goes into his plane which he can fly around freely. He can’t fire missiles or anything but the plane does do a lot of damage and knockback if flown into someone.
Dr. Eggman ( Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario ):
Eggman uses the Eggmobile as seen in Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing, just without the wheels of course. He also has six jumps (which will be relevant later)

B: Gattling Gun

The Gattling Gun used by the Egg Dragoon appears beneath the Eggmobile, it fires constantly, as gattling guns do, and is quite powerful - though it only causes flinching once per foe and use - meaning that foes can run right through the bullets once they've flinched once. The Gattling Gun can also overheat if overused, making Eggman dizzy.

Side B: Buzz Bomber

Eggman orders a Buzz Bomber to attack. Buzz Bomber then starts flying around the stage and occasionally closing in on Eggman's foe to fire a laser. If successfully disposed of, the Flicky inside will come back to attack Eggman - similar to if one of Olimar's Pikmin were planted on him

Down B: Rock Drill

Two drills come out of the Eggmobile, left and right side. They plant themselves into the ground meaning they have no attacking purpose of their own. They drill so hard that rock debris falls to the left and right of the stage, which can be used to gimp recoveries. This leaves Eggman vulnerable should the foe escape the debris, and if used on a walk-off stage or another stage with little off-stage space the debris can injure the bad doctor himself.

Up B: Fire Dispenser

This move has no recovery power, instead Eggman drops some fire down, and if it lands it will spread left and right over the platform it has landed on. Eggman himself can be damaged by this fire however so it's best to use it when high in the air.

Final Smash: Destructive Power

Eggman graps the Phantom Ruby, but Metal Sonic snatches it from him and dashes forwards. Getting hit by Metal Sonic triggers a cutscene where the characters who are hit are thrown into a seeming peaceful city before being crushed by a collapsing building as the camera pans up to reveal Metal Sonic Kai unleashing havoc on the burning town just like in Knuckles' Chaotix's infamously macabre bad ending.
Space Harrier ( tonygameman tonygameman ):
General Playstyle:
Harrier is a middle-heavyweight character due to his big laser cannon, but he can move fast on the ground (referencing how fast obstacles goes over in the series), has floaty jumps and good air mobility. His moveset focuses on zoning with his cannon's projectiles and close, powerful attacks such as his smashes and Side Special.

Much like Tails, NiGHTS and his fellow Fantasy Zoner, Opa-Opa in Battle of AGES. Harrier is able to air-dash in four directions and has a longer traveling distance thanks to his laser cannon's flight capabilities.

Neutral Attacks:
  • Jab Combo: Harrier simply shoots a energy projectile from his cannon. This move can be spammed by holding the button.
  • Forward/Back Tilt: Harrier can move around while shooting with his laser cannon and even move backwards. Same as Jab Combo, Mega Man's Side Tilt and Banjo's Breegull Blaster, but weaker.
  • Up Tilt: Harrier swings his cannon upwards in an arc.
  • Down Tilt: While crouching, Harrier slightly shoots directly in-front of him, causing a small explosion. Similar to Samus's.
  • Dash Attack: Harrier dashes forward with a headbutt by using his laser cannon.
Smash Attacks:
  • Side Smash: Harrier charges up his cannon and then shoots a short-ranged plasma ring projectile, which is based on one of the enemies.
  • Up Smash: Harrier raises his cannon upwards and then releases five powerful flame bursts, akin to Samus'.
  • Down Smash: Harrier summons two Idas at both sides of himself, and they then slams down onto the ground at the same time. Meteor-smashes aerial opponents.
Air Attacks:
  • Neutral Air: Same as Jab Combo. Harrier can slightly glide on the air like Peach, though it only applies here.
  • Forward Air: Harrier swings his cannon vertically downwards in-front of him. Acts as a meteor-smash.
  • Back Air: Harrier uses his cannon's boost to back-fire behind him, propeling himself forwards a bit.
  • Up Air: Harrier aims his cannon upwards and unleashes a series of energy bursts above him in a quick succession. Same as Mii Gunner's.
  • Down Air: Harrier performs 4 subsequent stomps below himself. Similar to Snake's, but has less range.
  • Grab/Pummel: Harrier grabs an opponent with one hand and then attacks them with a headbutt.
  • Forward Throw: Harrier drags an opponent across the ground a short distance as he flies with his cannon, before throwing them forward. Same as Ridley's Side Special (Space Pirate Rush).
  • Back Throw: Harrier throws an opponent backwards and then shoots a laser beam to send them flying away further.
  • Up Throw: Harrier flies up high while performing a shuttle loop, before slamming an opponent down onto the ground. Works same as King K. Rool and Kirby's.
  • Down Throw: Harrier simply slams the opponent on the ground with his cannon and then releases a close-range explosion.
Special Moves:
  • Neutral Special: Lock-On - Harrier aims his cannon forward and shoots a few laser beams, doing chip damage unlike his Jab Combo/Forward-Back Tilt/Neutral Air. Shots will miss if an opponent is outside the reticle even if they overlap them. Based on how Harrier attacks in the PS2 remake and works similar to Palutena's Autoreticle.
  • Side Special: Komainu Barrier Rush - Harrier summons dog-like creatures called Komainus as they form a barrier in-front of him and he rushes forward. Same as Banjo's Wonderwing, but not limited, doesn't have super armor and has bigger endlag. Based on the new mode included in the SEGA AGES port on Nintendo Switch.
  • Up Special: Flight - Harrier uses his laser cannon to fly freely around for a few seconds (up to 10), able to shoot energy projectiles similar to his Jab/Side Tilt/Neutral Air while doing so, even though he can't turn around. Similar to R.O.B.'s Up Special.
  • Down Special: Flash Bomb - Harrier summons a Flash Bomb from the PS2 remake and activates it, summoning a light-like explosion around him which stuns opponents within range. A explosion's damage depends on an opponent's position, with the highest being right at a epicenter. Unlike other projectiles, it cannot be absorbed or reflected, but considering it's power, the move has a long cooldown period (10 seconds) before Harrier can use it again.
  • Final Smash: Dragon Rider - Uriah flies besides Harrier, who hops on him as he rides forward across the stage and hits an opponent(s). If it connects, opponents will be sent flying into Dragon Land with a bunch of trees as Uriah quickly flies towards them while breathing fire (like Dark Uriah shooting projectiles in Space Harrier 3-D) with Harrier riding on him, destroying trees in a quick succession and hitting opponents so powerfully they're sent back to the stage.

Harrier's default design is based on Ken Sugimori's artwork from SEGA 3D Fukkoku Archives' box-art on the Nintendo 3DS. His palettes reference his evil counterpart Dark Harrier, a outfit from Space Harrier II (all red/white), Mammoth (orange/brown), Uriah (white/grey), a fighter jetto reference the game's origins (grey/black; which also references the Ida enemy) and Opa-Opa (green shirt/blue lines, red pants/yellow lines, blue glasses & yellow boots).

His final outfit will not change a palette, but rather has him sporting a full red suit/outfit he used in the SEGA Ages version's box-art on PlayStation 2.

Harrier has a unique shield, in which he uses a Bit shield power-up from the PlayStation 2 remake, much like Yoshi's egg shield in Smash.

When KO'd/defeated, Harrier will shout out his infamous death scream when he loses a life in his home series. While respawning, the "Get ready!" sound effect will play out.

Entrance Animation: Harrier quickly flies towards the stage with his laser cannon at fast speeds and lands straight onto the ground with his feet, assuming his idle/fighting stance as a voice shouts "Welcome to the Fantasy Zone! Get ready!" plays during the animation, straight borrowed from the original arcade game.

If Harrier performs any taunt after KO'ing an opponent, a voice will shout "You're doing great!"

Taunt 1: Harrier stands up straight and then leans his cannon on the ground as he adjusts his glasses while they shine, before returning to his idle stance.
Taunt 2: Two Komainus appear and flies around Harrier for 2 seconds as he looks at them, before they disappear. Rarely, Opa-Opa will appear instead of them.
Taunt 3: Harrier faces at the camera and gives a peace sign, as he performs a pose similar to one in Space Harrier II's cover on SEGA Mega Drive/Genesis.

Victory Theme: A short remix of the main theme (done similarly like in Daytona USA, which plays when a player enters "S.H" as their initials after finishing the race)

Victory Animations:
Victory 1: Harrier is seen running on-screen as Uriah flies by and he hops into his head, flying away off-screen. Based on the original arcade game's ending after completing a final stage.
Victory 2: Harrier is seen sitting on Dom's shoulder, waving at the screen as Mammoth next to Dom makes a triumphing sound, stomping the ground with it's foot. Based on the original arcade game's title screen.
Victory 3: Idas are seen floating around before Harrier flies on-screen, destroying them by using his laser cannon. He then lands on the ground and raises it into the air in triumph.
Crash Bandicoot ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ):
Neutral Special: Spin
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He quickly spins in place once which can deflect projectiles. He'll spin in place slightly longer if you hold the button.

Side Special: Wumpa Fruit Bazooka
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He quickly picks up his wumpa fruit bazooka and shoots out a piece of fruit directly forward. The fruit goes fast but it takes a bit of time to pull out and put the bazooka back in so this is a bit of a risky move. You can fire a few more pieces of fruit when it's out.

Up Special: Arrow Crate
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Crash bounces upwards on a wooden arrow crate that appears underneath him. The crate breaks after he jumps on it.
If he holds the button it'll become an iron arrow crate which won't break after he jumps on it, and the crate will fall, potentially hitting people. It will disappear after a few seconds.
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Down Special: TNT Crate
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He places down a TNT crate which explodes after three seconds. It can explode at any time if opponents or you hit it.

Final Smash: Boulder
He charges forward wearing Aku Aku. This leads into a cinematic where he's running towards the screen from a boulder and the boulder hits the opponent(s)
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Neutral Special: Hadouken

Side Special: Tatsumaki Senpukaku

Up Special: Shoryuken

Down Special: Focus Attack

Final Smash: Shinku Hadouken/Shin Shoryuken (@AlRex):


The differences that Ryu's Final Smashes have are the same as in our timeline, with Shoryuken being used up close and Hadoken being used from further away. However, the Hadoken will become a giant beam, rather than a fairly large fireball, similar to Lucario's Final Smash. Also similarly, it can be slowly angled as it comes out.

Ken Final Smash:

Shinryuken (Up close)
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Shippu Jinraikyaku (From afar)
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Phoenix Wright ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ):
His gimmick is similar to Turnabout mode from MvC3 but it's a little different. Basically, he can collect evidence using his down special and he has three evidence slots. The slots look like this, on the very bottom left corner above his super meter:
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There's a 50% chance that the evidence he grabs will be useless and if so, it'll look dark in his evidence slots. If so, he has to taunt to get rid of it. Up taunt gets rid of the first piece, side taunt gets rid of the second and down taunt gets rid of the third. The more evidence he has the stronger his attacks will be and some moves will change depending on how much evidence he has. After around 15 seconds, one piece the evidence he has will disappear and he'll have to use his down special again to get it back. However, if he has three pieces of evidence they'll all disappear at once instead of just one piece after the 15 seconds. The evidence resets after a KO.

Neutral Special: Take That!/Objection!
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In normal mode, he will point a finger forward and a large speech bubble that says "Take That!" will appear. If he has three pieces of legitimate evidence, the bubble will say "Objection!" and it will be much larger and do more damage. BTW, if Kirby copies him Kirby will just have the objection bubble

Side Special: Steel Samurai Maya Smelting
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Maya Fey appears and runs forward, doing a barrage of punches. If done in the air, she will fall and do the barrage while falling.

Up Special: Stepladder (@Yiptap):
Phoenix’s up special has him jump off of a stepladder.

Down Special: Investigate
Starts searching the ground and adds either a piece of legitimate or illegitimate evidence to his evidence slots

Final Smash: Cornered
Literally just his final smash from Crusade only with a few differences:
Obviously in HD to match the visual style of this game
The part of his speech where he says "no alibi, no justice, no dream, no hope" is taken out and so he just says "the one who actually committed the crime is you, it's time to pay for your crimes, take this"
It's an objection bubble that initiates the cinematic
Mega Man/Roll:
Nemesis ( cashregister9 cashregister9 ):
Neutral Special: Rocket Launcher: Nemesis shoots a powerful rocket

Nemesis will still have the rocket launcher: residentevil

Side Special: Tentacle Thrust: Nemesis sticks his hand out and launches a Tentacle out of it. It has good range and impales opponents and grabs them towards nemesis, where Nemesis will then Slam the opponent into the ground.

How to play Nemesis in Dead by Daylight - SQUAD

Up Special: Tentacle Jump: Nemesis Thrusts a tentacle upwards that acts as a tether, If Nemesis properly grabs onto either a Player or an edge Nemesis launches itself into the air and then finally lands on the ground with a powerful shockwave

Down Special: Flamethrower: Nemesis Pulls out a flamethrower and slowly sprays it in a large cone in front of it while slowly moving it up and down, it can only be used for a few moments.

Resident Evil 3 Remake - Nemesis Flamethrower Boss Fight (Nemesis Encounter  #3) RE3 Remake 2020 - YouTube

Final Smash: Nemesis Type-3: Nemesis charges forwards and anyone hit goes into a cutscene where we see Nemesis Type-3. it proceeds to thrash around before the cutscene ends.
Scorpion ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ): [Content warning, gore]
Neutral Special: Spear

He throws his spear forward and if it hits an opponent, he pulls it forward and then punches the opponent when they get to him.

Side Special: Flame

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He raises his hand and creates a fireball and then throws it forward (ignore the giant gaping hole it leaves, that won't be a thing in this game)

Up Special: Teleport
He disappears for a second and then reappears a bit higher in a burst of flames. It's pretty much just a standard teleport.

Down Special (@AlRex): Hand From Hell
My idea for a Down Special takes from another one of his Fatalities, as well as a few of his other moves. Hand from Hell would be him summoning a big, flaming hand from the ground to grab his foe.

Final Smash: Fatality

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His face turns into a skull and then he breathes a blast of fire. There will be a giant explosion if it hits an opponent and will instantly KO after 100%
Sub-Zero ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ):
All of his attacks have a chance of freezing on high percentages, and will also sometimes make people slow for a couple of seconds

Neutral Special: Ice Blast
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He sticks out both hands and blasts ice forward.

Side Special: Ice Shower
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(i think this screenshot is from a fangame but whatever)
He holds both hands forward at an upwards angle (instead of just directly up like he does in the screenshot) and releases a blast of ice which moves forward in an arc.

Up Special: Tombstone Teleport
He falls back into a portal made from ice, and then he appears in another portal a bit above him.

Down Special: Ice Clone
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He steps back and in the place where he was, a sculpture of himself made of ice appears and stays for about three seconds. If any opponents touch this sculpture it'll explode in an icy explosion, knocking them away. Shards from the explosion can also sometimes hit other people. He can't place any more sculptures if one of his own is on stage.

Final Smash: Sub-Zero Fatality
He starts off by making a sword from ice:
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Afterwards he swings it forward. If he hits an opponent, they'll be completely blue frozen in ice. Afterwards, they will explode in a gigantic icy explosion. The explosion instantly KO's if the opponent's percentage is high enough, but if it's not they will just be sent flying away.

Only other thing I want to add is that his dash attack would be slide
Jin ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ):
Jin would play very similarly to Kazuya in our universe. A lot of his normals are the same if he can do them in tekken and he also goes into his devil form for his specials just like Kazuya does and some of his specials are the same. He also has the same rage mechanic as well.

Neutral Special: Hellfire Blast
He shoots a really long, red laser forward from his eyes which goes up a bit after shooting out.

Side Special: Rakshasa’s Rampge
He starts by slashing forward. If he hits an opponent he’ll then crouch and do a spin which ends with him uppercutting the opponent away.

Up Special: Devil Wings
Acts just like it does in smash ultimate

Down Special: Heaven’s Door
Acts just like it does in smash ultinate

Final Smash: Rage Art
He punches forward which goes into a cinematic of his rage art from tekken 7
Master Chief ( cashregister9 cashregister9 ):
Jab: A Punch a kick and a shot with the Pistol

Side Smash: Gravity Hammer, Chief Slams the Gravity Hammer into the ground

Up Smash: Chief pulls out a Sniper and shoots it upwards

Down Smash: Chief shoots a shot gun on both of his sides

Neutral Special: Plasma Pistol, Tapping the button causes Chief to shoot out a quick burst, holding the button causes the shot to charge and is much more powerful

Side Special: Grenade, Chief will throw either a Plasma Grenade or a Regular Grenade, They function similarly just the Plasma grenade sticks onto opponents

Down Special: Bubble Shield, Chief places a Bubble shield at his feet, this shield blocks all attacks.

Up Special: Pelican, A UNSC Pelican appears above chief and he grabs on to it

Final Smash: Vehicular Assault, Chief drives the warthog forwards, those hit are sent into a cutscene where they are run over by the warthog, shot by it's cannon and finally shot by a Banshee
Doom Slayer ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ):
The normal attacks mostly use guns and projectiles and the specials are up-close melee weapons. I think this would be a good way to represent the brutal “rip and tear” style of doom and set him apart from the other gun users (which we have a lot lol)
Neutral Special: Chainsaw

He pulls out a chainsaw and holds it forward for a second. If people are there when he uses this attack he will swing it upwards, dealing lots of damage and knocking them away

Side Special: Crucible

He swings the Crucible sword forward. It’s a very heavy attack and follows the same pattern as Byleth’s down b from our universe although a little faster and much less dangerous. It still does a lot of damage though.

Up Special: Hook

A pretty standard grappling attack but it does more damage than usual if it hits an opponent

Down Special: Berserk
A counter. Doomslayer pulls out a small axe for a second. If he’s hit during this time he will counter by repeatedly punching them and then hit them away very quickly. He turns red during this time.

Final Smash: Doom’s Gate
He shoots a shotgun forward. If it hits anyone it leads into a still image where the opponent is surrounded by demons in a way that mimicks the cover of the original doom game
Vault Boy ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ):
Neutral Special: Grenade Launcher

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He pulls out a grenade launcher and then shoots a grenade forward. It goes forward fairly far.

Side Special: Rocket Ride

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He jumps on a rocket which flies directly forward. It does a huge explosion after three seconds or coming into contact with an opponent.

Up Special: Tommy Gun

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He pulls out a tommy gun and points it directly upwards. He repeatedly shoots it upwards which causes him to float a bit upwards. It's not the best recovery option on it's own but it he can actually lead this into his side special, making it much more effective.

Down Special: Nuka Cola
He throws a bottle of Nuka Cola on the ground. The puddle of cola stays on the ground for five seconds and if people step on it they'll be stuck to the ground for a few seconds. Also the shatter of the bottle can do damage to opponents.

Final Smash: Nuke
He shoots a blast from a retro-looking gun forward. This leads into a cinematic where the opponent(s) are in a wasteland and get hit by a nuclear bomb. It then pans out to show the entire explosion.
Clippy ( Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario ):
Neutral B: Drag

Side B: Recycle Bin


Up B: Error Drag


Down B: Minesweeper

Cuphead/Mugman ( Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario ):
Cuphead (and his pal Mugman)

With Cuphead, I decided less to represent his game's gameplay and more his aesthetic - complete with references to specific classic cartoons. His squash-and-stretch nature means he has good range in spite of his medium size. I'm not skimping out on the projectiles, though they've got a little less emphasis than you'd expect - he still fits a zoner archetype however, and is very fast. He is animated in 3D, but with cel shading akin to Fortnite's Rick and Morty skins.
Neutral B: Roundabout

One of the best known abilities in the game. The roundabout first comes out and goes a short length, then goes backwards a further length. Once it starts going backwards it becomes more powerful, but also slower. This move can be shot rapid-fire and walked during (without any slowdown I should add) but doesn't deal knockback
Up B: Matchstick Clouds

When Cuphead uses his Up B he doesn't go higher, but rather lands on a cloud platform, which basicslly serves as a regular soft platform which he can jump off of. However, when it expires it'll go down in flames that can harm both Cuphead and his foes, making it very powerful.
Down B: Heavy Object

Cuphead snaps his fingers and a comically heavy object (such as a safe, baby elephant, sofa, or anvil) drops into the battlefield. There is no difference between these objects. The heavy objects will land on the platform topmost of Cuphead and deal great damage and knockback, but if they land on him it'll flatten him which lets his foes throw him as an item for a brief three seconds (though he'll bounce back if thrown off stage). Although he can't cancel the snapping animation he does have just about enough time flee given he's far away enough from the top blast zone.
Side B: Parry

Basically just Bouncing Fish/Flip Kick - except the attack portion of the move doesn't cancel the jump or change Cuphead's angle. Cuphead glows pink when he jumps, and does his straw-slap for the attack.
Not gonna go into all the non-specials, but here goes
Jab is a slap-slap-punch, with Cuphead's proportions exaggerated in an S&S style
Down tilt has Cuphead shocked by a knife with a tongue popping out of the ground. This is a reference to a cartoon called Bimbo's Initiation (it was a different time. By today's standards the "Bimbos" are doing the initiating, not getting initiated.)

Cuphead's Up Smash has him pull Psycarrot out of the ground then plant him back in. This is a tribute to a cartoon titled The Dover Boys. The pulling motion can throw foes upwards, whereas if a foe is somehow caught in the planting, they'll be grounded. Very laggy, but super powerful with great range

Neutral Air has Cuphead transform into a buzzsaw. This is not a reference to any specific cartoon, but the idea came from The Mad Doctor

Forward Throw has Cuphead stretch out his torso to use as a slingshot and fling his foe. A reference to Pete stretching Mickey in Steamboat Willie.

Cuphead's down throw is... blatantly stolen from Brawlfan. Sorry, I love this idea too much.
Cuphead's forward tilt has his arm buff up like Popeye, as he does the classic winding punch. He only winds once so the move isn't too laggy, (though it's still a little slow) and the wind happens concurrently to his arm buffing up. One of the most powerful attacks that is neither a special nor smash.

Cuphead's forward Smash is unsurpisingly, the Mega Blast, which is almost identical to Mega Man's forward smash in our world.

Cuphead's down air has him turn into his bomb form and dive downwards. This is similar to Wario's down air in PM or Link's down air in all Smash games in that it doesn't end until it hits or Cuphead lands on the ground, making him vulnerable should he misinput or miss. Although he is animated exploding it isn't a very powerful move and is designed to lead into combos.
Final Smash: Super Art III (@Champion of Hyrule)
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A giant muscular ghost appears and moves a bit forward for a few seconds, spinning around. It does massive damage to anyone it hits and Cuphead/Mugman can move around after this ghost is out.
Neutral Special: Flare/Megaflare/Gigaflare
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He throws forward a gigantic exploding fireball. The strength and size depends on how long you charge it.

Side Special: Shadow Flare
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He snaps forward which causes a small blast of dark energy to go forward. If they hit an enemy, they'll circle around them for a few seconds then attack them. The amount of energy blasts that circle around them depends on how long he holds the button.

Up Special: Blade Dash/Octoslash
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Depending on how long you charge it, he'll either slash forward once or slash forwards a bunch of times while moving. He can go in any of the eight directions including up.

Down Special: Scintilla
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Creates a small shield in front of himself which can counter or reflect.

Gimmick: One Wing
In situations where Sephiroth is at a disadvantage (either he took to much damage or he's down a few stocks, Sephiroth will gain a single wing on his back which makes his attacks do more damage and gives him another jump.

Final Smash: Supernova
He slashes forward which leads into a cinematic where, in his Safer Sephiroth form, he makes a meteor crash into the opponents
Neutral Special: Frizz/Frizzle/Kafrizz
Shoots a fireball forward which gets larger the more you charge

Side Special: Zap/Zapple/Kazap
Swings his sword forward with lightning on it. It's chargeable.

Up Special: Woosh
Makes two tornadoes under him which launch him upwards

Down Special: Commands
A list of four random spells appear under him and he can pick any to do.

Gimmick: MP Meter
Each of his magic based attacks use up MP. If he's out of MP he won't be able to use any attacks. He regenerates MP automatically.

Final Smash: Ridgeraiser
He starts off by making a circle of magic around any opponent that’s close enough. A huge pillar of earth then comes up from the ground, hitting them away.
Lara Croft ( AlRex AlRex ):
Her normal A will be her shooting her regular handguns, as well as various acrobatic, flipping moves, including jumping kicks, handstands, and cartwheels, along with a few more moves that work gunplay in with that, akin to our timeline's Bayonetta, being only slightly more subdued than her. She'll also occasionally use a climbing axe, especially for a get-up move, a harpoon gun for a grab that can also be used as a tether recovery, and a shotgun and a torch for Smash Attacks.


B: Grenade Launcher
This is a fairly common weapon in the classic Tomb Raider games starting with II, but also makes appearances in a few later games. This shoots out explosives that travel decently far and explode upon impact, however, there's a bit of cool down between each use. This is more for ending combos or when you want to deal a heavy blow in general, rather than a bunch of rapid attacks at once.


B Forward: Tranquilizer Gun
Rather than any of her regular guns, I felt more unique and useful in utility would be her tranquilizer gun. The ammo in this will stun and slightly slow down enemies, or even cause them to fall asleep if they're at high enough damage percentages or if you manage to hit them with a whole lot, though you'll have to do this very quickly in order to pull it off, as the effects of a single dart don't last very long. But they are long enough to set Lara up for a fast-paced combo, which works will with her "normal" attacks.


B Up: Rope Arrow
Lara shoots out a bow and arrow with a rope behind it. This can be used for further tether recovery, as well as grabbing foes from different angles and longer ranges.


B Down: Infada Stone
Lara pull out this artefact from Tomb Raider III, which will allow her to levitate somewhat upward, which can allow her extra recovery in the air, or let her dodge certain attacks on both the air and the ground. Tap B again while this is out to send out a blast of energy, which can target a nearby foe.


Final Smash: Atlantean Scion
A powerful artifact from the original Tomb Raider that's also important in the climax, as well as a few other entries. She holds this up and activates it, causing a giant pyramid to pop up from the ground, spiking and damaging foes.
Snake/Liquid ( Champion of Hyrule Champion of Hyrule ):
Neutral Special: SOCOM
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Snake pulls out a small SOCOM pistol gun. He fires a small shot forward, and if he shoots 12 times he'll need to take a second to reload.

Side Special: Hand Grenade
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Works just like it does in Ultimate but it's a bit stronger

Up Special: Fulton Recovery

It works just like Cypher except it's the kinds of fulton balloons used in Peace Walker and V

Down Special: C4/Claymore
The down special works like Ultimate but there's an added aspect to it, the Claymore. If you charge the down special he'll place a claymore which acts just like the C4 only it explodes as soon as someone steps on it. He only has three per stock.

Final Smash: Grenade Launcher
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He pulls out a grenade launcher and then he rapidly starts firing a bunch of grenades forward. During the attack he'll shoot some grenades in an upwards/forward angle to make this attack have more range.
Bomberman ( cashregister9 cashregister9 ):
Neutral B: Bomb: Bomberman places a bomb on the ground it can be hit in several direction after a timer it explodes in a cross shape

Side B: Bomb Toss: Bomberman Throws a bomb forward, instantly exploding upon contact with the ground or with a player

Down B: Bomb Select: A Menu appears around bomberman that changes the type of bomb his Neutral B uses
-Fire Bomb: deals Fire Damage
-Ice Bomb: Freezes opponents
-Wind bomb: creates a windbox upon it's explosion

Up B: Remote Bomb: Bomberman places a remote bomb underneath his feet, pressing B again Detonates it, If Bomberman is above the Bomb it launches him upwards.
Frogger ( Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario Wario ):
Frogger, in this case, is non-bipedal. He will use his design from Parker Brothers' Atari 2600 port's box art. Frogger is a small zoner with strong attacks but pitiful defense and speed. Most of his normals would be tongue-based.

B: Lick Flick

Frogger flicks his tongue forwards, this is an angleable move that does no knockback and minimal damage, but comes and ends extremely quick and has very long range. Think of it like Fox's neutral B but as a disjoint.

Up B: Fish Flop


In a reference to Konami's Noah's Ark game, Frogger morphs into a frog-headed fish and rises then slams - Nigel's up B in NASB is a good reference point

Down B: Toy Truck

Frogger regurgitates a toy truck, it travels in a small upwards arc, and when it lands it rolls across the ground - dealing light damage and knockback

Side B: Roadkill (You)

(Image is a toy, don't worry)
A wheel flattens Frogger and rolls along with him attached. Frogger can jump off the wheel at any point and it'll continue rolling - it deals more damage and knockback than the toy truck but is also slower.

Final Smash: Helmet Chaos

A cutscene final smash where Frogger puts on the helmet from Helmet Chaos and as a result morphs onto his 2000s era design - he uses his long legs to kick the foes rapidly, once he's done the fighters are launched into oncoming traffic.
Carmen Sandiego ( AlRex AlRex ):
Carmen's Neutral Special: Stolen Item
Carmen makes use of the item she has stolen, either throwing a stored projectile, suddenly gaining use of the stolen item, or gaining a status buff that she has stolen. This has a variable nature to it, certainly. If Carmen doesn’t have any item, she may simply swipe forward with one hand, and if she connects, she will steal a held item from the foe.

Carmen's Side Special: Babble-On Ray
Carmen shoots out a laser beam from this invented ray gun that, once it hits a foe, will temporarily rob them of using their Specials for about 15 seconds. Additionally, more true to the name, all the vocal noises they’d make are turned into complete gibberish. To prevent this from becoming a total pain, and because Carmen likes a challenge, you can only use this 6 times per stock. So this move incorporates both language and math. This is based on the Babble-On Machine from "Carmen Sandiego Word Detective", which functioned similarly as a larger machine.

Carmen's Up Special: Glider Wings
Carmen sprouts glider wings and a rocket jet from the back of her jacket and shoots upward with the rocket glider. This can be angled in several directions diagonally before going off. It goes about as far as Luigi’s Green Missile, but is more controllable, and can hit into foes similarly.

Carmen's Down Special: Smoke Screen
Carmen throws down a smoke screen, which deals minor flinching damage and has a 5% chance of making a foe dizzy in close range. The cloud of smoke that appears completely covers up Carmen, but upon dissipating she is gone! She reappears elsewhere in the stage, seemingly having teleported away.

Final Smash: Where in the World is She?
A Capture Robot (from the NES “Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?) tries to fly in to catch Carmen, but she disappears before it reaches her. A brief cutscene of an ACME detective tracing around a map of the world is shown before a plane drops to the stage, holding a random historical landmark (Pyramids/Statue of Liberty/Eiffel Tower/etc.) or even certain stage hazards and smashing it down into the stage. Those underneath it are dealt massive damage, while those on the sides of it are dealt a tad less damage, but can end up grounded, like the Pitfall item.
Gordon Freeman ( cashregister9 cashregister9 ):
All of Gordon's A Attacks would use the Crowbar

Neutral Special: Gravity Gun, Gordon pulls out the gravity gun and uses it, any item or projectile that is thrown can be caught by the Gravity Gun, Pressing the B button again launches the item at incredibly high speeds

Side Special: Arsenal, Side-B Shows a menu of several weapons that you can scroll through, which ever one you land on affects your Down-B

Up Special: Long Jump, Gordon is launched in the direction that the stick is pointed

Down Special: Arsenal, Uses one of the weapons selected by Side-B
Grenades - Works like Snakes
Snark - Gordon Sends out a Snark that works like a Moving Grenade
Rocket Launcher - (Works like Nikita)
Crossbow - A Small but powerful projectile that has a long cooldown
Hive Hand- 3 Low damage homing projectile are fired
SMG- A Rapid Fire Shot
AR2- A Slower and more powerful Rapid Fire Shot
Shotgun- A Single Powerful burst of damage

Final Smash, D0G Race, D0G appears behind Gordon and charges forwards, Those hit are sent into a cutscene where gordon gets into a Jalopy and starts to race with D0G, They get faster and faster until they run right over the opponents, who are then launched out of the cutscene
Team Fortress ( cashregister9 cashregister9 ):
3 characters would be out at all times. and Team Fortress has 3 stances, each stance changes which 3 characters are out.

Offense: Scout, Soldier, Pyro
Defense: Heavy, Engineer, Demoman
Support: Sniper, Medic, Spy

The first character listed is that respective stances "Lead" as in that is the character you directly move at the start. with the other 2 following behind

Each directional attack corresponds to a different character ala Byleth with their weapons.

Most attacks switch who the lead character is depending on which character is attacking.

Down-B: Resupply, This switches between the three stances

Neutral B (Offense): Home Run, Scout charges up a powerful swing with his bat.
Neutral B (Defense): Minigun, Heavy revs up his minigun and starts shooting, he can move very slowly while shooting
Neutral B (Support): Sniper Rifle, Sniper stands still aiming his sniper, you can aim in 360 directions and if you hit an opponents head hitbox they take double damage

Up B (Offense): Rocket Jump, Soldier shoots a rocket at his feet launching him high into the air. the rocket does deal damage to both Soldier and opponents
Up B (Defense): Build, Engineer pulls up a menu where he can build 1 of 3 buildings
Sentry Gun: A stationary emplacement that fires at opponents
Dispenser: A stationary station that heals the player if they stand next to it
Teleporter: Building one teleporter does nothing but building 2 activates it and you can stand on one end of the teleporter to go to the other one. Building a second teleporter in air activates the teleportation immediately.

You can build 2 teleporters and 1 Dispenser and 1 sentry. They can be destroyed and they stay around if you switch stances.

Up B (Support): Invisibility watch, Spy becomes invisible for up to 30 seconds, attacking or taking damage removes the invisibility

Side B (Offense): Airblast, Pyro shoots a blast of air forwards that reflects all projectiles
Side B (Defense): Pipe-bomb, Demoman shoots a pipbomb forwards. The projectile goes in an arc and can be angled
Side B (Support): Medigun, Medic heals himself or a teammate with the medigun slowly charging up an Ubercharge meter. Pressing Shield+B once the uber meter is full makes Team Fortress invincible for a little while and it makes their final smash stronger.

Final Smash: Payload Push, The 3 characters push a payload forwards and anyone hit enters a cutscene where they are thrown into a pit and all 9 classes look into the pit while a payload falls into the pit promptly exploding
Franklin ( KingBooGengar57 KingBooGengar57 ):
Neutral Special: Weapon Wheel:
Changes Franklin's Neutral B to be the selected weapon, the variation of the weapon can be changed by pressing left or right while on the highlighted section.
Here are the weapons:
Aluminum Bat (Has a longer reach, but is slower than the fists and also does more damage)
Machete (Does less damage than the bat, but is faster)
9mm (A standard pistol)
.357 Magnum (A slow, but powerful bullet)
Uzi (A rapid-fire pistol that enables the user to continuously fire it by holding down B)
RPG (Shoots a fast moving rocket)
Flamethrower (Burns opponents, causing them to take damage over time)
MP4 (An assault rifle that can be fired continuously)
SMG (Is faster than the MP4, but deals less damage)
AK-47 (The well-rounded of the three)

Side Special: Car ram
Works like Steve's minecart, in that opponents can be trapped inside the car.

Up Special:
Explosive (Franklin chucks a grenade or a C4 across the stage, the former detonates immediately, while the latter can be set off with another Up Special command)

Down Special:
Time slow (Franklin can move much faster, but it only works for a little while and needs to be recharged, similar to his special ability in GTA V)

Final Smash:
The Third Way
Franklin calls Trevor and Micheal to put the caught character in a car, which the trio then pushes off a cliff into a burning oil field, doing damage. This is similar to the Option C ending from GTA V.
Frisk ( cashregister9 cashregister9 ):
Frisk's SOUL appears in front of Frisk at all times
Each non-Special move has a "Pacifist" and "Genocidal" version
Pacifist is the more versatile moveset that lets you stay alive longer, you have damage and knockback resistance
Genocide deals more damage but you take more damage and knockback

--Smash Attacks--

Side Smash: Spear Of Justice, Undyne Appears and throws a spear forwards/Genocide: Frisk Stabs a knife forwards

Up Smash: Gaster Blaster, Sans Appears and Summons a Gaster Blaster/Genocide: Frisk Slashes upwards with a knife

Down Smash: Toriel appears and summons fire on both sides of frisk/Genocide: Frisk stabs the ground with a knife


Neutral: Yellow Soul: Frisk shoots a blast from their SOUL which is now yellow

Side: Command: Frisk's SOUL moves forward and 3 menu options appear FIGHT, ITEM and MERCY. Selecting fight increases your damage but increases your genocide gauge, ITEM gives frisk a random item, MERCY Increases the knockback and damage that opponents take

Down: DETERMINATION: This is a counter like Rebel's Guard, Frisk's Soul glows bright and frisk takes 50% less damage and cannot be knocked back, Pressing A during this move causes Frisk to slice with their knife if it hits your Genocide gauge gets some points

Up: Purple Soul: Frisk's Soul becomes purple and climbs up a purple latter that appears behind them, while climbing you can move side to side

Final Smash: Wish, Frisk's soul appears in the middle of the screen, and Frisk's friends that he they summon throughout their moveset appear and stars rain from the sky and teammates and Frisk get healed/Genocide: Frisk dashes forward with their knife and all those hit take a lot of damage

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The double jump animation has Frisk's soul become blue
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Shovel Knight ( AlRex AlRex ):
A: Digging. Shovel Knight digs with his shovel. This moves somewhat slower than most A combos, but can hit hard, and has a utility beyond just simply jabbing with the shovel, being able to potentially uncover items, as well as acting as essentially an extra quick grab and back-throw for Shovel Knight.

Down-Air: Shovel Drop
SK tilts his shovel straight downward and bashes down, which can also bounce upward off of foes or the ground,
much like a certain wealthy Scottish duck.

Other Relics and Special Attacks (in the Shovel Knight sense) will get used for certain moves, like the Dust Knuckles for the Dash Attack, the Throwing Anchor for the Up-Smash, the Fishing Rod for a long-range grab and throws, as well as a potential tether recovery, and the Charge Slash for a Down-Smash.

But this is what I ended up choosing for his Specials (in the Smash Bros. sense)

B: Flare Wand
SK swats out this wand and shoots out a fireball, which travels straight-forward, moves slightly slower than Mario's fireball, but hits somewhat harder. You can also do an extra bit of damage up close by hitting a foe with the wand.

B Up: Propeller Dagger
SK holds this dagger outward, which then starts spinning like a helicopter blade. SK can angle this in multiple directions to travel upward for a brief period, and it also serves as a multi-hitting move to those in his path.

B Side: Chaos Sphere
I ultimately decided on this over the Alchemy Coin or Mobile Gear because I thought digging served the purpose of potentially gaining treasure/items for Shovel Knight, and the Propeller Dagger seemed like more of a signature recovery option for SK. You can shoot out up to two of these bouncing green energy spheres to move along the ground and do damage to foes, though they will disappear after a period of time, but during the time they are active, you cannot shoot out any more.

B Down: Phase Locket
SK uses this to briefly become completely intangible for about 3 seconds. There's a cooldown between each use, and you could potentially be vulnerable if you used this in the air or timed it poorly, but while in use, nothing can harm you whatsoever.

Final Smash: Catch Her!
The background changes to a more dream-like one as Shovel Knight sees Shield Knight fall from the sky towards him. If he can catch her, the two will then perform a tag-team attack on the nearest foes, smacking with the shovel and bouncing them against the shield before sending them flying. Alternatively, you could go with the War Horn, but this felt more tied into SK's character.
Rayman ( tonygameman tonygameman ):
Most of Rayman's moveset are based on the attack system in Rayman Origins and Legends, with some aspects borrowed from the other games.

Rayman can use a wall jump, crawl on the ground and even glide in the air by spinning his hair like a helicopter to slow down his descent similarly to Peach's.

Normal Moves:
  • Jab Combo - Like Min Min, Rayman does a series of three consecutive punches (left, right, left) before finishing up with a stronger, right punch.
  • Jab/Side Tilt/Neutral Air (Hold) - Telescopic Fist: Like Steve, Rayman can attack while moving around by spinning his fist. Releasing the button will make him shoot it forward a distance depending on charge before it flies back to him. When fully charged, his fist will turn golden and do more damage (referencing a Golden Fist power-up).
  • Side Tilt - Rayman punches twice and then does a roundhouse kick as he leaps forward. Like in Origins and Legends, this can be done by pressing a button three times while moving.
  • Up Tilt - Rayman performs a right hook upwards, then follows up with a upwards left hook when pressing the button again.
  • Down Tilt - Rayman does a sweeping kick with his right foot, tripping an opponent when close to them.
  • Dash Attack - Rayman twirls around like a pirouette as he spins his fists twice, while running forward.
Smash Attacks:
  • Side Smash - Rayman rears back and starts to wind up his fist by spinning it around. When released, he will punch forward a set distance.
  • Up Smash - Same as his Side Smash, except that Rayman performs an spinning uppercut instead of punching forwards.
  • Down Smash - Rayman winds up a fist over his head and then punches the ground, creating a small shockwave around him. It can meteor-smash if used on a ledge or a thin platform.
Aerial Attacks:
  • Neutral Air - Rayman simply kicks forwards mid-air.
  • Forward Air - Rayman puts his fists together and then quickly swings them downwards in-front of him. It can meteor-smash when timed correctly.
  • Back Air - Rayman performs a backwards kick, swinging from in-front of quickly to behind him like Cloud’s Back Air.
  • Up Air - Rayman kicks upwards with his right foot growing in size.
  • Down Air - Bodyshot: Rayman takes his body/torso and chucks it downwards a fair distance before it comes back, meteor-smashing opponents below him. Based on one of his moves in the Game Boy Advance version of Rayman 3.
Grab/Throw Moves:
  • Grab - Rayman reaches out both of his hands to grab the opponent. If Rayman has Lockjaw, he tosses out a chain with a bear-trap on its top to latch an opponent and pull them onto him.
  • Pummel - Rayman simply headbutts the opponent with his head. If Rayman has Lockjaw, he electrifies a chain to shock the opponent.
  • Forward Throw - Rayman picks up an opponent with both hands and starts carrying them around while his mobility decreases during this, able to toss them in any direction. Based on how he uses pickable objects in Rayman 2 and Donkey Kong’s Forward Throw.
  • Back Throw - Rayman spins the opponent around twice and then tosses them backwards. If Rayman has Lockjaw, he can hit other opponents while spinning around.
  • Up Throw - Rayman holds the opponent with both hands and then tosses them upwards into the air like his Forward Throw’s upwards variation.
  • Down Throw - Rayman slams an opponent into the ground, bouncing them right up.
Special Moves:
  • Shield Special - Combat Fatigue Switch: Similarly to Shulk’s Monado Arts, Rayman is capable of choosing five different Combat-Fatigues from Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc for different powers, slightly changing up some of his moves.
    • Vortex - Each of Rayman’s fist attacks shoots a small tornado (or a much bigger one which traps opponents when fully charging a Side Smash), slightly damaging an opponent while pushing them away with its windbox.
    • Heavy Metal Fist - Makes Rayman’s fist attacks more stronger and makes it easier to meteor-smash/spike opponents with certain moves.
    • Lockjaw - Gives Rayman’s grab a tether recovery and makes his throws more stronger. He can also shoot a bear-trap from the top of a chain to inflict damage like Min Min’s Dragon arm by pressing the button again when attacking.
    • Shock Rocket - Gives Rayman’s fist attacks an explosive effect when landing them. Also changes Rayman’s Neutral Special.
    • Throttle Copter - Makes Rayman’s helicopter hair-related attacks more stronger and allows him to damage opponents from above during his Up Special with faster movement at the same time.
  • Neutral Special - Magic Fist: Rayman shoots a light orb forward from his hand. He can launch up to two at maximum and angle shots diagonally upwards or downwards. When an orb hits a surface or gets reflected, it will become stronger and faster with each bounce (able to ricochet two times). It explodes when it touches an opponent, item or destructible objects.
  • Neutral Special #2 - Shock Rocket: If Rayman has a Shock Rocket equipped via his Shield Special, he will shoot a small rocket instead, which he can control akin to Snake’s. Like Magic Fist, it explodes when hitting an opponent or any surface (not ricocheting unlike it).
  • Side Special - Walking Shell: An explosive shell suddenly appears out of nowhere as Rayman rides it straight forward. When hitting something, it will explode. Rayman can jump out of it while it runs (as it continues doing so), otherwise, he will take a little damage when exploding.
  • Up Special - Super Helicopter/Throttle Copter: Rayman’s hair suddenly changes to blue as he rises up into the air by spinning it like a helicopter, being able to freely fly around for a few seconds. After this, he will fall down as he uses his helicopter hair to glide slowly onto the ground. If Rayman has a Throttle Copter, he will move much faster and propellers can damage opponents above his head.
  • Down Special - Plum Drop: Rayman pulls out a large purple plum and places it directly below him, able to stand on it as a platform and damage opponents when it bounces around by attacking it. Rayman can also catch it by pressing the “grab” button, able to carry and throw it forwards or upwards like his cargo throw.
  • Final Smash - Legends Attack: Rayman whistles to summon Bzzit, a moskito, who flies forward at quick speeds to blitz through opponents, triggering a cutscene where Rayman and his allies/friends (Globox, Barbara, Grand Minimus and Goth Teensie) jumps towards opponents and starts beating them up akin to Shulk’s Chain Attack. Rayman then does a finishing, powerful punch that sends them flying out long distances.
Kratos ( Tankman from Newgrounds Tankman from Newgrounds ):

Kratos would be Heavyweight character, who has ability to wall jump. He could be Rushdown character, who coulf rush down at enemies with his deadly God weapons. His gimmicks are Spartan Rage (Which get rage effect similar to Kazuya, but he's stronger) and Super Moves (Whic he has two Final Smashes activated by charging bar: first when he has level 1 and he performs smaller final Smash, but if he has level 2, he has different and bigger Final Smash. When he grabs smash ball when he has 1 Level on Super Bar, he preforms it, but if he has level 2, he has Level 2 Final smash after grabbing smash ball, so it depends on Bar Level when you grab Smash Ball).
Now to his moveset:

AAA – Kratos swings his axe with one hand horizontally left, horizontally right, grabs it with both hands into a downward diagonal left swing, downward diagonal right swing, and finishes off with a spin attack into an upward arc swing that deals upward knockback.

A Left/Right- Executioner’s Cleave- Kratos lifts the axe with both hands and brutally swings it downward. If it makes contact with an opponent it will stun the opponent allowing for a follow up attack!

A Dash- Returning Whirlwind- Kratos grips his axe with both hands and performs a 720-degree spin attack forward.

A Up- Kratos grips the axe and performs an upward arc swing.

A Down- Kratos grips his axe with both hands and performs a spin attack into a downward ground slamming axe attack.

Smash Left/Right- Njord’s Tempest- Kratos grips the leviathan axe with both hands, the longer charged the more ice magic it accumulates. Once releasing the attack, Kratos performs a quadrupole spin attack with the axe. As he spins the axe emits ice energy which can deal impressive sideways ice knockback and freeze opponents.

Smash Up- Strike of the Utgard- Kratos grips the leviathan axe with both hands, the longer charged the more ice magic is accumulated. Once released, Kratos swings his axe overhead in an arc three times back and forth, with the last swing dealing the most DMG. The last swing also freezes opponents.

Smash Down- Ivaldi’s Anvil- Kratos grips the leviathan axe with one hand while holding it inverted. Once the charge is released, Kratos leaps in the air and brings the axe slamming into the ground. As he stabs it in the ground spikes of ice (size depending on how long it was charged) sprout up all around Kratos!

Aerial Neutral- Whirlwind- Kratos tosses his axe as it whirlwinds around his body once before he catches the axe again.

Aerial Forward- Evasive Swing- Kratos spins and tosses his leviathan axe forward as it travels forward then boomerangs back to him. This also pushes Kratos a decent distance in the opposite direction which can be used for additional recovery.

Aerial Backward- Kratos grips the leviathan axe and performs two spin slashes.

Aerial Down- Returning Storm- Kratos lifts his axe high with both hands and comes crashing straight downward with it to the ground while the axe is engulfed in ice magic. Once he hits the ground a small explosion of ice will be created in front of the axe which can freeze nearby opponents.

Aerial Up- Gripping the axe with both hands, Kratos performs a slow but powerful front flip axe swing attack.
(Credits to Hyrule64)

Grab: Kratos Grabs opponent with one hand.
Pummel: Kratos pummels the opponent with his blades, stabbing it into stomach.
F. Throw: Kratos throws opponent forwards.
Back Throw: Kratos turns back and uses his blades and slashes so hard that the opponent gets launched backwards.
Up Throw: Kratos stabs enemy with chain blade and throws it upwards.
Down Throw: Kratos slams opponent down and hits his axe into Opponent's Head.

B- Leviathan Frost- Kratos tosses his leviathan axe forward a good distance (about as far as Link’s side special) as the axe soars forward like a buzzsaw. If you hold B for a few moments before releasing, the axe will be engulfed in ice energy and will not only deal significant DMG but also freeze opponents as they are hit with the axe. This is a strong projectile attack, but like most of his attacks can leave him wide open for attacks while he uses the special so watch out.

Side B- Blades of Chaos- Kratos takes out his legendary weapons, the blade of chaos, and lashes them out forward! The blades of chaos have very impressive range, almost the reach of two of Simon’s whips, and deal impressive DMG along with fire DMG. The Blades of Chaos have multiple uses depending on the command input used after the special makes contact. If the blades make contact with an opponent they will momentarily stab into the opponent, similar to Corrin’s side special. Pressing B again once an opponent is latched onto will allow Kratos to retract the blades and pull the stunned opponent in close for a devastating spin attack with the blades of chaos. Pressing A after latching onto an opponent will cause Kratos to whip snap the blades of chaos, causing flames to travel through the chains and into the stunned opponent to deal less knockback but impressive fire DMG.

Up B- Cyclone of Chaos- Taking out the legendary Blades of Chaos, Kratos performs multiple spin attacks with the extendable blades which elevate him into the air. This recovery doesn’t gain much air unfortunately, however the blades deal fire DMG and have impressive reach) about as far as Simon’s whip) when used. The recovery also has a slight gravitational pull to it so nearby opponents may be pulled into the deadly strike!

Down B- Guardian Parry- Kratos takes out his shield gauntlet and enters a defensive stance as he takes cover with it. If an opponent makes contact with Kratos while he is in the defense stance/has the shield out he will parry the attack with the shield and quickly stun the opponent. After the parry attack, Kratos performs a mighty slamming axe attack against the opponent to deal impressive DMG and knockback depending on the strength of the attack parried.

Final Smash Level 1- Raging Rip - Kratos rushes at 2 opponents and slashes the opponent with his every blades and uses his charged axe to make a huge blow that doesnt KO, but it gives huge damage (Similar to Triforce Slash).

Final Smash Level 2- Father and his Son- Kratos shouts “Now, boy!” as his son Atreus appears and fires a powerful mystical arrow forward similar to the start of Link’s final smash. If Atreus makes contact with an opponent they will immediately be stunned in midair as Kratos lets out a war cry. After this, Kratos will bombard the opponent(s) with a flurry of powerful leviathan axe attacks imbued with the rage of a spartan! As Kratos delivers these attacks, Atreus will also continue an onslaught of arrow attacks to deal additional DMG. Kratos finishes off the final smash with a sideways axe swing to deliver the final sideways DMG and knockback. After the opponents are sent flying, Atreus disappears and Kratos gets back into the fight.

(Credits to Hyrule64 for Specials and Final Smash #2

Ratchet & Clank ( Darkonedagger Darkonedagger ):
- Gimmick: Weapon Upgrade: Upgrading weapons is a huge part of the Ratchet and Clank series. Ratchet will have an orange meter below his character icon with the weapon he currently has active. This meter will fill. Allowing the weapon to be upgraded into a more powerful form.
- Normal Special: Quick Select: Like in his home series, Ratchet has a variety of weapons to choose from. These weapons will run out of ammo.
These weapons include:
- Combuster (Upgrades to Magma Combuster
- Fusion Grenade (Upgrades to Fusion Bomb)
- Proton Drum (Upgrades to Protonclast)
- Lava Gun (Upgrades to Liquid Nitrogen Gun)
- Buzz Blades (Upgrades to Doom Blades)
- Pixelizer (Upgrades to Pixelizer HD)
- Devastator (Upgrades to Gold Devastator)
- Sheepinator (Upgrades to Goatinator)

- Side Special: OmniRang: Ratchet throws his OmniWrench like a boomerang. It can be aimed.
- Up Special: Thuster-Pack: Clank jumps onto Ratchet's back and transforms into a jet pack, shooting them upwards in a straight line. Opponents below them will receive fire damage.
- Down Special: Mr. Zurkon: Summons Mr. Zurkon who will follow the duo around. Cracking one liners and attacking opponents.
- Final Smash: RYNO: Ratchet blasts the player with a devasting cluster of blasts from his most powerful weapon while Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture plays.
Credit to this Fantendo page and to this DeviantArt page for moveset inspiration.
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29. Alyx (Half-Life series)
30. Big Smoke (Grand Theft Auto series)
31. Undyne (Undertale series)
32. Polar Knight (Shovel Knight series)
33. Pong (Pong series)
34. Bubsy (Bubsy series)
All modes:
Classic Mode
Multi-Man Smash
Smash Run
Boss Battles

How the modes work:

Classic mode format ( AlRex AlRex )

1. Basic 1V1
2. 2V2
3 . 3V1 giant opponent
4. Bonus Game: Car Smash
5. Free-For-All
6. Fighting Polygon Team
7. 1V1 Metal battle/giant battle
8. Bonus Game: Duck Hunt
9. Rival Battle
10. Boss (Master Hand)

Difficulty Settings ( Pupp135 Pupp135 ):
You can select from five difficulties (very easy, easy, moderate, hard, intense). If you play on hard+, Crazy Hand will be a part of the Master Hand fight.

Multi-Man Smash:
All the battles are against the Fighting Polygon Team

10-Man Smash
100-Man Smash
3-Minute Smash
Endless Smash
Cruel Smash
All-Star Mode

All-Star Mode is in the classic order of when the characters were released, Ex: Pac-Man & Ms. Pac-Man first, probably Cuphead & his pal Mugman last, with three healing items to use in between matches. Last two fights will be the Fighting Polygon Team and then Master Hand (w/Crazy Hand, depending on the difficulty).

Boss Battles follows the same format as All-Star mode.

Profile Gallery
Art Gallery

Profile Gallery displays all the profiles from each series.

Jukebox is where you can listen to all the music.

Theatre displays cutscenes and trailers

Art Gallery displays art from each series.

Smash Run Enemies:
1. Goomba (Super Mario series)
2. Green Koopa Troopa (Super Mario series)
3. Red Koopa Troopa (Super Mario series)
4. Bob-omb (Super Mario series)
5. King Bob-omb (Super Mario series)
6. Fuzzy (Super Mario series)
7. Spear Guy (Super Mario series)
8. Skellobit (Super Mario series)
9. Spiked Skellobit (Super Mario series)
10. Skellobomber (Super Mario series)
11. Skellobait (Super Mario series)
12. Coincoffer (Super Mario series)
13. Kritter (Donkey Kong series)
14. Klobber (Donkey Kong series)
15. Tiki Goon (Donkey Kong series)
16. Tiki Tank (Donkey Kong series)
17. Kuff n' Kloat (Donkey Kong series)
18. Lemmington (Donkey Kong series)
19. Spearhead (Wario series)
20. Bandinero (Wario series)
21. Bokoblin (The Legend of Zelda series)
22. Moblin (The Legend of Zelda series)
23. Lizalfos (The Legend of Zelda series)
24. Likelike (The Legend of Zelda series)
25. Dodongo (The Legend of Zelda series)
26. Octorok (The Legend of Zelda series)
27. Mr. Mime (Pokémon series)
28. Tsareena (Pokémon series)
29. Diglet (Pokémon series)
30. Spewpa (Pokémon series)
31. Metroid (Metroid series)
32. Zoomer (Metroid series)
33. Geemer (Metroid series)
34. Skree (Metroid series)
35. Waddle Dee (Kirby series)
36. Waddle Doo (Kirby series)
37. Mr. Frosty (Kirby series)
38. Bugzzy (Kirby series)
39. Poppy Bros. Jr. (Kirby series)
40. Noddy (Kirby series)
41. Lesser Dark Matter (Kirby series)
42. Devil Car (Earthbound series)
43. Starman (Earthbound series)
44. Pigmask (Earthbound series)
44. Robot Dog (Drill Dozer series)
45. Green Slime (Find Mii series)
46. Snurps (Miitopia series)
47. Crabmeat (Sonic series)
48. Moto Bug (Sonic series)
49. Chopper (Sonic series)
50. Roller (Sonic series)
51. Blastoid (Sonic series)
52. Turbo Spiker (Sonic series)
53. Ida (Space Harrier series)
54. Dralinfore (Fantasy Zone)
55. Turtle (Crash Bandicoot series)
56. Lab Assistant (Crash Bandicoot series)
57. Venus Fly Trap (Crash Bandicoot series)
58. Druid (Spyro series)
59. Life Spellpunk (Skylanders series)
60. Chompy (Skylanders series)
61. Chompy Pod (Skylanders series)
62. Jake (Final Fight series)
63. Poison (Final Fight series)
64. Mettaur (Mega Man series)
65. Sniper Joe (Mega Man series)
66. Crusher (Mega Man series)
67. Zombie (Resident Evil)
68. Zombie Dog (Resident Evil)
69. Shalakaka (Monster Hunter series)
70. Velociprey (Monster Hunter series)
71. Wooky (Captain Commando series)
72. Musashi (Captain Commando series)
73. Robot Dog (Strider series)
74. Robot Hawk (Strider series)
75. Lin Kuei Cyborg (Mortal Kombat series)
76. Tarkatan Soldier (Mortal Kombat series)
77. Masked Guards (Mortal Kombat series)
78. Ghosts (Pac-Man series)
79. Pooka (Dig Dug series)
80. Guard (Galaxian series)
81. Boss Galaga (Galaxian series)
82. Tekken Soldier (Tekken series)
83. Unggoy Minor (Halo series)
84. Jiralhanae Ultra (Halo series)
85. Flood Bomber Form (Halo series)
86. Flood Combat Form (Halo series)
87. Zombie (Minecraft series)
88. Skeleton (Minecraft series)
89. Creeper (Minecraft series)
90. Wither Skeleton (Minecraft series)
91. Cacodemon (Doom series)
92. Gecko (Fallout series)
93. Deathclaw (Fallout series)
94. Brotherhood Soldier (Fallout series)
95. Puffer Gang (Cuphead series)
96. Ink Squid (Cuphead series)
97. Olive Bat (Cuphead series)
98. Face Gate (Cuphead series)
99. Cactuar (Final Fantasy series)
100. Bomb (Final Fantasy series)
101. Malboro (Final Fantasy series)
102. Tyrannosaur (Final Fantasy series)
103. Zombie Dragon (Final Fantasy series)
104. Adamantoise (Final Fantasy series)
105. Slime (Dragon Quest series)
106. King Slime (Dragon Quest series)
107. Metal Slime (Dragon Quest series)
108. Dracky (Dragon Quest series)
109. Golem (Dragon Quest series)
110. Ghost (Dragon Quest series)
111. Guard (Metal Gear series)
112. Dwarf Gekko (Metal Gear series)
113. Gekko (Metal Gear series)
114. Skeleton (Castlevania)
115. Blood Skeleton (Castlevania)
116. Armor (Castlevania)
117. Medusa Head (Castlevania)
118. Combine Solider (Half-Life series)
119. Headcrab (Half-Life series)
120. Headcrab Zombie (Half-Life series)
121. Fast Zombie (Half-Life series)
122. Houndeye (Half-Life series)
123. Bullsquid (Half-Life series)
124. Lightning Dog/Reviver (Half-Life series)
125. Antilon (Hald-Life series)
126. Alien Controller (Half-Life series)
127. Rhino Tank (Grand Theft Auto series)
128. Police Helicopter (Grand Theft Auto series)
129. Froggit (Undertale series)
130. Loox (Undertale series)
131. Royal Guards (Undertale series)
132. Beeto (Shovel Knight series)
133. Blorb (Shovel Knight series)
134. Livinstone (Rayman)
135. Woolies (Bubsy series)
136. Piano (Bubsy series)
Super Mario series:
1. Mario
2. Luigi
3. Goomba
4. Koopa Troopa
5. Paratroopa
6. Piranha Plant
7. Hammer Bro
8. Lakitu
9. Bullet Bill
10. Super Mushroom
11. Fire Flower
12. Super Star
13. Brick Block
14. Question Block
15. Coins
16. Bowser
17. Peach
18. Toad
19. Birdo
20. Wart
21. Tatanga
22. Raccoon Leaf
23. Boo
24. Thwomp
25. Dry Bones
26. Chain Chomp
27. Spike
28. Koopalings
29. Dr. Mario
30. Viruses
31. Yoshi
32. Daisy
33. Kamek
34. Malo & Geno
35. Smithy
36. Wario
37. Baby Mario
38. King Bob-omb
39. Waluigi
40. Paper Mario
41. Fawful
42. Professor E. Gadd
43. King Boo
44. Bowser Jr.
45. Shadow Mario
46. Petey Piranha Plant
47. F.L.U.D.D
48. Pianta
49. Noki
50. Toadsworth
51. Baby Luigi
52. Toadette
53. Ice Flower
54. Dry Bowser
55. Rosalina
56. Luma
57. Lubba
58. Captain Toad
59. Cappy
60. Broodals
61. Peachette
62. Fury Bowser

Donkey Kong series:
1. Donkey Kong
2. Pauline
3. Stanley
4. Diddy Kong
5. Cranky Kong
6. Rambi
7. Enguarde
8. Winky
9. Expresso
10. Squawks
11. Kritter
12. Klobber
13. Klubba
14. Zinger
15. Klaptrap
16. King K. Rool
17. Kaptain K. Rool
18. Dixie Kong
19. Swanky Kong
20. Wrinkly Kong
21. Kiddy Kong
22. Ellie
23. Baron K. Roolenstein
24. T.T.
25. Wizzpig
26. Lanky Kong
27. Tiny Kong
28. DK Bongos
29. Karate Kong
30. Ninja Kong
31. Xananab
32. Karate Kong
33. Tiki Tong
34. Frederik

The Legend of Zelda series:
1. Link
2. Zelda
3. Sheik
4. Ganondorf (Ocarina of Time)
5. Impa (Ocarina of Time)
6. Triforce
7. Moblin
8. Lynel
9. Darknut
10. Ganon
11. Dark Link
12. Master Sword
13. Agahnim
14. Marin
15. Wind Fish
16. Young Link
17. The Great Deku Tree
18. Rauru
19. Malon & Epona
20. The Seven Sages
21. Skull Kid
22. The Moon
23. The Four Guardians
24. Tingle
25. Four Swords Links
26. Ezlo
27. Vaati
28. Toon Link
29. Tetra
30. Toon Zelda
31. Midna
32. Zant
33. Ganondorf (Twilight Princess)
34. Lindbeck
35. Ocean King
36. Ghost Zelda
37. Alfonzo
38. Fi
39. Ghirahim
40. The Imprisoned
41. Demise
42. Yuga
43. Ravio & Hilda
44. Guardian
45. Champions
46. Calamity Ganon
47. Impa (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)

Pokémon series:
1. Pikachu
2. Kanto Pokémon Trainers
3. Charimander, Squirtle and Bulbasaur
4. Charizard
5. Pidgey
6. Jigglypuff
7. Meowth
8. Dragonite
9. Vulpix
10. Ninetails
11. Diglet
12. Eevee
13. Eevee Evolutions
14. Beedrill
15. Magikarp
16. Gyarados
17. Onix
18. Mewtwo
19. Mew
20. Pichu
21. Scizor
22. Lugia
23. Hoh-oh
24. Latias and Latios
25. Groudon & Kyogre
26. Deoxys
27. Lucario
28. Garchomp
29. Dialga & Palkia
30. Arceus
31. Reshiram & Zekrom
32. Kyurem
33. Xerneas & Yvetal
34. Solgaleo & Lunala
35. Mimikyu
36. Ultra Beasts
37. Pikachu Libre
38. Detective Pikachu
39. Grookey, Scorbunny and Sobble
40. Corviknight
41. Zacian & Zamazenta
42. Eternatus

Metroid series:
1. Samus
2. Zoomer
3. Geemer
4. Skree
5. Metroid
6. Zebesian
7. Ridley
8. Kraid
9. Chozo Statue
10. Mother Brain
11. Mother Brain (Second Form)
12. Samus's Ship
13. Metroid Queen
14. Crocomire
15. Phantoon
16. Parasite Queen
17. Phazon
18. Dark Samus
19. SA-X
20. Adam Malkovitch
21. Meta Ridley
22. Omega Ridley
23. Samus (Zero Suit)
24. Sylux
25. Federation Soldiers
26. EMMI
27. Quiet Robe
28. Raven Beak

Kirby series:
1. Kirby
2. King Dedede
3. Waddle Dee
4. Waddle Doo
5. Gordo
6. Meta Knight
7. Meta-Knights
8. Halberd
9. Warp Star
10. Nightmare
11. Mr. Shine & Mr. Bright
12. Lololo and Lalala
13. Rick, Kine, & Coo
14. Dark Matter
15. Bandana Waddle Dee
16. Dyna Blade
17. Bonkers
18. Bomber
19. Cappy
20. Knuckle Joe
21. Chef Kawasaki
22. Buggzy
23. Marx
24. Gooey
25. Adeline & Ribbon
26. Galacta Knight
27. Dark Meta Knight
28. Daroach
29. Prince Fluff
30. Yin-Yarn
31. Magolor
32. Taranza
33. Queen Sectonia
34. Susie
35. President Haltmann
36. Robobot Suit
37. Three Mage Sisters
38. Hyness

Sonic series:
1. Sonic
2. Dr. Eggman
3. Chaos Emeralds
4. Moto Bug
5. Crabmeat
6. Tails
7. Super Sonic
8. Amy
9. Metal Sonic
10. Knuckles
11. Master Emerald
12. Chaotix
13. Fang
14. Bean & Bark
15. Big the Cat
16. Omochao
17. Chaos
18. Tikal
19. Shadow
20. Rouge
21. E-102 Gamma
22. Biolizard
23. Maria Robotnik
24. Super Shadow
25. Jet
26. Storm
27. Wave
28. Cream & Cheese
29. Silver
30. Blaze
31. Dr. Eggman Nega
32. Super Silver
33. Sonic the Werehog
34. Time Eater
35. Wisps
36. Captain Whisker
37. Honey
38. Deadly Six
39. Hard Boiled Heavies
40. Titanic Monarch
41. Phantom Ruby

Space Harrier/Sega Arcade:
1. Space Harrier
2. Squilla
3. Ida
4. Trimulla
5. Mammoth
6. Medusa
7. Dark Harrier
9. Pengo
10. Opa-Opa
11. Congo Bongo
12. Motorcycle Rider
13. Ferrari Testarossa
14. Kurumi
15. Teddy Boy
16. Tom-Tom
17. F-14 Tomcat
18. Joe, Lee, Mary and Edgar
19. Ricky and Mary
20. Joe Musashi
21. Centurion
22. Neff
23. Bin and Pin
24. Johnny, Beta and Athra
25. TRY-Z
26. Mark
27. Ben and Andy
28. Duke Oda
29. Gilius
30. Ax Battler
31. Tyrus Flare
32. Death Adder
33. Elf Thieves
34. Karen, Garth and Scooter
35. Mobo and Robo
36. Ramaya
37. Virtua Formula
38. Hornet
39. Michael Hardy and James Cools
40. Janet Marshall
41. Bahn
42. Honey
43. Totoya Celica GT-Four
44. Yusaku Kodo
45. Yoko Kono
46. Temjin
47. Fei-Yen
48. Bruno Delinger
49. Agent G and Thomas Rogan
50. Magician Type-0
51. James Taylor and Gary Stewart
52. Rikiya Bujishima
53. Spike
54. Torel
55. BD Joe
56. Amigo
57. Hang-On Arcade Cabinent
58. Space Harrier Arcade Cabinent
59. OutRun Arcade Cabinent
60. R360 G-LOC Arcade Cabinent

Crash Bandicoot series:
1. Crash Bandicoot
2. Coco Bandicoot
3, Aku Aku
4. Tawna (Crash Bandicoot)
5. Dr. Neo Cortex
6. Dr. N. Brio
8. Lab Assistant
9. Papu Papu
10. Ripper Roo
11. Pistripe Potoroo
12. Koala Kong
13. Polar
14. Dr. N. Gin
15. Dingodile
16. Tiny Tiger
17. Komodo Brothers
18. Pura
19. N. Tropy
20. Uka Uka
21. Nitros Oxide
22. Trophy Girls
23. Crunch Bandicoot
24. Mr. Crumb
25. Quantum Masks
26. Tawna (Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time)
27. Female N. Tropy

Street Fighter series:
1. Ryu
2. Ken
3. Eagle
4. Gen
5. Adon
6. Sagat
7. Chun-Li
8. Guile
9. Blanka
10. Dhalsim
11. E. Honda
12. Balrog
13. Vega
14. M. Bison
15. Cammy
16. Dee Jay
17. Fei Long
18. T. Hawk
19. Akuma
20. Charlie
21. Dan
22. Sakura
23. Rose
24. Evil Ryu
25. R. Mika
26. Karin
27. Alex
28. Ibuki
29. Elena
30. Dudley
31. Yun and Yang
32. Gill
33. Urien
34. Makoto
35. Gouken
36. Rufus
35. C. Viper
36. Juri
37. Hakan
37. Oni
38. Rashid & Azam
39. Menat
40. Necalli
41. Luke

Ace Attorney series:
1. Phoenix Wright
2. Young Phoenix Wright
3. Mia Fey
4. Judge
5. Maya Fey
6. Gumshoe
7. Miles Edgeworth
8. Larry Butz
9. Winston Payne
10. Will Powers
11. Wendy Oldbag
12. Manfred von Karma
13. Ema Skye
14. Franziska von Karma
15. Pearl Fey
16. Misty Fey
17. Blue Badger
18. Maggy Byrde
19. Max Galactica
20. Silver Samurai
21. Nickel Samurai
22. Pink Princess
23. Adrian Andrews
24. Godot
25. Dahlia Hawthorne
26. Ron DeLite
27. Masque DeMasque
28. Apollo Justice
29. Athena Cykes
30. Trucy Wright
31. Klavier Gavin
32. Kay Faraday
33. Simon Blackquill
34. Bobby Fulbright
35. Nahyuta Sahdmahdi
36 Ryunosuke Naruhodo
37. Susato Mikotoba
38. Herlock Sholmes
39. Iris Wilson

Mega Man series:
1. Mega Man
2. Roll
3. Dr. Light
4. Dr. Wily
5. Rush
6. Beat
7. Yellow Devil
8. Metataur
9. Fire Man
10. Ice Man
11. Guts Man
12. Elec Man
13. Air Man
14. Wood Man
15. Proto Man
16. Gemini Man
17. Bass
18. X
19. Full Armor X
20. Zero
21. Vile
22. Chill Penguin
23. Sigma
24. Wheel Gator
25. Iris
26. Axl
27. Mega Man Volnutt
28. Roll Caskett
29. Tron Bonne
30. Servbot
31. Mega Man Zero
32. Ciel
33. Mega Man.EXE
34. Geo Stelar
35. Omega Xis

Capcom Arcade series:
1. Amingo
2. Ruby Heart
3. SonSon
4. Abyss
5. Airplane
6. Arthur
7. Firebrand
8. Astaroth
9. Strider-Hiryu
10. Grand Master Meio
11. Mike Haggar
12. Guy
13. Cody
14. Poison
15. Hugo
16. Captain Commando
17. Baby Head
18. King Arthur
19. Lancelot
20. Morrigan
21. Felicia
22. Hsien-Ko
23. Jedah
24. Jin
25. Devilotte
26. Hayato

Resident Evil series:
1. Nemesis
2. Jill
3. Chris
4. Barry Burton
5. Rebecca Chambers
6. Zombie
7. Zombie Dog
8. Tyrant
9. Wesker
10. William Birkin
11. Leon
12. Claire
13. Sherry
14. Mr X
15. Carlos
16. Steve Burnside
17. Ada
18. Jack Krauser
19. Ashley
20. Salazar
21. Bitores
22. Sheva Alomar
23. Ethan Winters
24. Mia Winters
25. Baker Family
26. Zoey
27. Eveline
28. Lady Dimitrescu
29. Karl Heisenberg
30. Dimitrescu Daughters

Mortal Kombat series:
1. Scorpion
2. Sub Zero
3. Raiden
4. Liu Kang
5. Goro
6. Kano
7. Sonya Blade
8. Johnny Cage
9. Shang Tsung
10. Reptile
11. Kitana
12. Mileena
13. Kung Lao
14. Baraka
15. Jade
16. Kintaro
17. Noob Saibot
18. Shao Kahn
19. Ermac
20. Cyrax
21. Chameleon
22. Motaro
23. Stryker
24. Nightwolf
25. Rain
26. Sheeva
27. Sindel
28. Shinnok
29. Bo' Rai Cho
30. Frost
31. Nitara
32. Skarlet
33. D'Vorah
34. Erron Black
35. Kollector

Pac-Man series:
1. Pac-Man
2. Ms. Pac-Man
3. Ghosts
4. Bonus Fruit
5. Power Pellet
6. Professor Pac-Man
7. Pac-Man Jr.
8. Miru
9. Toc-Man
10. Patra
11. Roger
12. Woofa
13. Spiral
14. Cylindria
15. Betrayus
16. Dig Dug
17. Pooka
18. Fygar
19. Mappy
20. Boss Galaga
21. Rally-X Car
22. Valkyrie
23. Gilgamesh

Tekken series:
1. Jin
2 Kazuya
3. Heihachi
4. Nina
5. Paul Phoenix
6. King
7. Yoshimitsu
8. Jack
9. Marshall Law
10. Michelle
11. Kuma
12. Jun
13. Ganryu
14. Anna
15. Kunimitsu
16. Dr Bosconovitch
17. Lee
18. Roger
19. Xiaoyu
20. Panda
21. Eddy
22. Hwoarang
23. Ancient Ogre
24. Bryan
25. Armor King
26. Mokujin
27. Tetsujin
28. Raven
29. Asuka
30. Devil Jin
31. Angel
32. Jinpachi
33. Lars
34. Alisa
35. Bob
36. Lucky Chloe

Halo series:
1. Master Chief
2. Cortana
3. Arbiter
4. Avery Johnson
5. Jacob Keyes
6. Miranda Keyes
7. Catherine Halsey
8. James Ackerson
9. Franklin Mendez
10. 343 Guilty Spark
11. Terrence Hood
12. Ministers
13. Covenant Army
14. Rtas 'Vadum
15. Spartans
16. Warthog
17. Banshee
18. Gravemind
19. Linda-058

Minecraft series:
1. Steve
2. Alex
3. Zombie
4. Skeleton
5. Creeper
6. Charged Creeped
7. Cow
8. Sheep
9. Pig
10. Mooshroom
11. Villager
12. Horse
13. Wolf
14. Angry Wolf
15. Skeleton Horse
16. Chest
17. Crafting Table
18. Furnace
19. Bed
20. Ghast
21. Blaze
22. Piglin
23. Zombie Pigman
24. Nether Portal
25. Snow Golem
26. Iron Golem
27. Enderman
28. Slime
29. Ender Dragon
30. Ender Portal
31. Silverfish
32. The Wither
33. Wither Skeleton
34. Ocelot
35. Cats
36. Fish
37. Guardian
38. Elder Guardian
39. Illagers
40. Drowned

Doom series:
1. Doom Slayer
2. Cacodemon
3. Daisy
4. Samur Makyr
5. Imps
6. Pinkies/Demons
7. Specters
8. Shotgun Guy
9. Zombieman
10. Lost Souls
11. The Arch-Vile
12. Hell Knight
13. Mancubus
14. Pain Elemental
15. Revenant
16. Barons of Hell
17. Cyberdemon
18. Spider Mastermind
19. Mother Demon
20. Icon of Sin
21. Guardian of Hell
22. Sabaoth
23. The Maledict
24. Hell Guards
25. The Gladiator
26. Doom Hunter
27. Kalibas
28. Khan Makyr
29. Trial of Maligog
30. Dark Lord

Fallout series:
1. Vault Boy
2. Vault Dweller
3. Power Armour
4. Max Stone
5. Natalia
6. Brotherhood of Steel Soldier
7. Chosen One
8. Chitsa
9. Mingan
10. Narg
11. Vault Girl
12. Warrior
13. Lone Wanderer
14. Tunnel Snakes
15. James
16. Courier
17. Benny
18. Caesar
19. Sole Survivor
20. The Abernathy's
21. Shaun

Microsoft Windows series:
1. Cursor
2. Windows 95
3. Windows 97
4. Windows NT 4.0
5. Windows XP
6. Start Button
7. Error Box
8. The Red Dot
9. Rover
10. Merlin
11. F1
12. Space Cadet
13. McZee
14. Microsoft Bear
15. 3D Pipes
16. Hall of Tortured Souls
17. Inori Aizawa
18. 3D Maze
19. Solitaire
20. Blue Screen of Death
21. Internet Explorer
22. Purble Place
23. Error Message

Cuphead series:
1. Cuphead
2. Mugman
3. King Dice
4. The Devil
5. Elder Kettle
6. Goopy le Grande
7. Root Pack
8. Cagney Carnation
9. Hilda Berg
10. Baroness Von Bon Bon
11. Djimmi the Great
12. Beppi the Clown
13. Ribby and Croaks
14. Cala Maria
15. Wally Warbles
16. Dr Kahl's Robot
17. Phantom Express
18. Rumor Honeybottoms
19. Werner Werman
20. Captain Brineybeard
21. Sally Stageplay
22. Grim Matchstick
23. Ms. Chalice

Final Fantasy series:
1. Sephiroth
2. Safer Sephiroth
3. Warriors of Light
4. Atomos
5. Choco & Mog
6. Shiva
7. Ifrit
8. Bahamut ZERO
9. Odin
10. Gilgamesh
11. Cactuar
12. Tonberry
13. Cecil
14. Golbez
15. Bartz
16. Twintania
17. Krile
18. Faris
19. Exdeath
20. Neo Exdeath
21. Terra
22. Magitek Armour
23. Umaro
24. Cyan
25. Setzer
26. Gau
27. Strago
28. Kefka
29. Rydia
30. Omega
31. Shinryu
32. Leviathan
33. Phoenix
34. Cloud
35. Tifa
36. Aerith
37. Barret
38. Yuffie
39. Cait Sith
40. Vincent
41. Cid
42. Hojo & Jenova
43. Rufus & The Turks
44. Summon Materia
45. Knights of the Round
46. Squall
47. Rinoa
48. Siefer
49. Zidane
50. Garnet
51. Vivi
52. Steiner
53. Tidus
54. Yuna
55. Jecht
56. Rikku
57. Vaan
58. Reks
59. Lightning
60. Noctis

Dragon Quest series:
1. Erdrick
2. Dragonlord
3. Slime
4. She-Slime
5. King Slime
6. Metal Slime
7. Liquid Metal Slime
8. Dracky
9. Sabre
10. Great Sabrecub
11. Golem
12. Ghost
13. Scion of Erdrick
14. Allen
15. Solo
16. Abel
17. Bianca
18. Abel's Son
19. Reck
20. Terry
21. Auster
22. Kiefer
23. Eight
24. Nine
25. Eleven

Tomb Raider series:
1. Lara Croft
2. Richard Croft

Metal Gear series:
1. Snake
2. Liquid Snake
3. Colonel Campbell
4. Kazuhira Miller
5. Metal Gear REX
6. Cardboard Box
7. Meryl Silverburgh
8. Hal Emmerich
9. Naomi Campbell
10. Revolver Ocelot (Metal Gear Solid)
11. Psycho Mantis
12. Vulcan Raven
13. Sniper Wolf
14. Raiden (Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty)
15. Solidus Snake
16. Dead Cells
17. Metal Gear RAY
18. Naked Snake
19. Major Zero
20. Para-Medic
21. Sigint
22. The Boss
23. Colonel Volgin
24. Cobra Unit
25. EVA
26. Revolver Ocelot (Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater)
27. Drebin-893
28. B&B Unit
29. Paz Ortega Andrade
30. Huey Emmerich
31. Strangelove
32. Peace Walker
33. Metal Gear ZEKE
34. Raiden (Metal Gear Rising: Revenegence)
35. Jetstream Sam
36. Senator Armstrong
37. Venom Snake
38. Skull Face
39. Quiet
40. Sahelanthropus

Bomberman series:
1. Bomberman
2. Black Bomber
3. Pink Bomber
4. Blue Bomber
5. Red Bomber
6. Yellow Bomber
7. Aqua Bomber
8. Green Bomber
9. Golden Bomber
10. Revenge Cart
11. Fire
12. Bomb
13. Pierce Bomb
14. Power Bomb
15. Marble Bomb
16. Full Fire
17. Power Glove
18. Boxing Glove
19. Buggler
20. Magnet Bomber
21. Golem Bomber
22. Phantom Bomber
23. Plasma Bomber
24. Karaoke Bomber
25. Mujoe
26. Louies
27. Charabombs
28. Atomic Bomber
29. Bomberman (Bomberman: Act Zero)
30. Max

Castlevania series:
1. Simon
2. Skeleton
3. Blood Skeleton
4. Medusa Heads
5. Armor
6. Thornweed
7. Bone Dragon
8. Dracula
9. Death
10. Giant Bat
11. Medusa
12. Creature
13. Flea Man
14. Mummy
15. Werewolf
16. Carmilla
17. Alucard
18. Trevor
19. Grant
20. Kid Dracula
21. Christopher
22. Richter
23. Maria
24. Lisa
25. Succubus
26. Orlox
27. Reinhardt
28. Nathan Graves
29. Juste Belmont
30. Soma Cruz
31. Mina Hakuba
32. Graham
33. Julius Belmont
34. Shanoa
35. Leon
36. Gabriel
37. Vampire Killer

Frogger series:
1. Frogger
2. Berry
3. Lumpy
4. Princess Joy

Carmen Sandiego series:
1. Carmen Sandiego

Half-Life series:
1. Gordon Freeman
2. Alyx
3. G-Man
4. Dr. Eli Vance
5. Barney
6. Wallace
7. Colette
8. Gina
9. Adrian
10. Headcrab
11. Headcrab Zombie
12. Nihilanth
13. Dog
14. Father Grigori
15. Chell
16. GLaDOS
17. Companion Cube
18. Wheatley
19. Atlas & P-body
20. Cave Johnson

Team Fortress series:
1. Team Fortress
2. Heavy
3. Scout
4. Pyro
5. Spy
6. Scout
7. Soldier
8. Demoman
9. Medic
10. Sniper
11. Miss Pauling
12. Classic Team Fortress

Grand Theft Auto series:
1. Bubba
2. Kivlov
3. Divine
4. Claude Speed
5. Claude
6. Luigi Gotoerelli
7. Catalina
8. Salvatore Leone
9. Tommy Vercetti
10. Lance Vance
11. Sonny Forelli
12. Mike
13. CJ
14. Big Smoke
15. Frank Tenpenny
16. Toni Cipirani
17. Victor Vance
18. Niko Bellic
19. Dimitri Rascalov
20. Huang Lee
21. Luis Lopez
22. Franklin
23. Michael De Santa
24.Trevor Philips
25. Lester Crest
26. Ursula
27. Devin Weston

Undertale series:
1. Frisk
2. Flowey
3. Toriel
4. Sans
5. Papyrus
6. Annoying Dog
7. Undyne
8. Undyne (Armor)
9. Monster Kid
10. Temmie
11. Alphys
12. Muffet
13. Mettaton
14. Mettaton EX
15. Asgore
16. Omega Flowey
17. Human Souls
18. Asriel
19. Undyne the Undying
20. Mettaton NEO
21. Chara
22. Kris
23. Susie
24. Ralsei
25. Lancer
26. Jevil
27. Noelle
28. Spamton

Shovel Knight series:
1. Shovel Knight
2. Shield Knight
3. Black Knight
4. The Enchantress
5. Specter Knight
6. Plague Knight
7. King Knight
8. Tinker Knight
9. Polar Knight
10. Propeller Knight
11. Treasure Knight
13. Mole Knight
14. Mona
15. Reize
16. Goldarmor
17. Baz
18. Mr. Hat
19. Remnant of Fate
20. Phantom Striker
21. Spore Knight
22. Hive Knight

Rayman series:
1. Rayman
2. Globox
3. Teensies
4. Barbara
5. Bzzit
6. Lums
4. Mr. Dark
4. Admiral Razorbeard
5. Razorwife
6. Murfy
7. Andre
8. Bubble Dreamer
9. Rabbids
10. The Magician

Fatal Fury series:
1. Terry
2. Andy
3. Joe
4. Geese
5. Mai
6. Kim
7. Tung Fu Rue
8. Billy Kane
9. Blue Mary
10. Ryuji Yamazaki
11. Krauser
12. Li Xiangfei
13. Alfred
14. Rock
15. Tizoc
16. Ryo
17. Yuri
18. King
19. Ralf and Clark
20. Leona Heidern
21. Athena Asamiya
22. Sie Kensou
24. Haohmaru
25. Nakoruru
26. Kyo
27. Benimaru
28. Daimon
29. Rugal Bernstein
30. Iori
31. Chizuru
32. Shermie
33. Mature
34. Vice
35. Orochi
36. K'
37. K9999
38. Ash Crimson
39. Kula Diamond
40. Shun'ei

God of War series:
1. Kratos
2. Zeus
3. Ares
4. Athena
5. Hades
6. Gaia
7. Aphrodite
8. Artemis
9. Helios
10. Poseidon
11. Thanatos
12. Atreus
13 Jormundgar

Ratchet & Clank:
1. Ratchet & Clank
2. Captain Qwark
3. Doctor Nefarious
4. Grimroth
5. Chairmen Drek
6. Rivet

1. Jill & Drill Dozer (Drill Dozer)
2. Dark Lord (StreetPass Quest)
3. Dog (Duck Hunt)
4. Ice Climbers (Ice Climber)
5. Balloon Fighter (Balloon Fight)
6. Sports Players (NES Sports)
7. Excitebikers (Excitebike)
8. Mach Rider (Mach Rider)
9. Kung Fu Champions (Kung Fu)
10. Wild Gunmen (Wild Gunman)
11. Cutouts (Hogan's Alley)
12. Little Mac (Punch-Out!!)
13. Doc Louis (Punch-Out!!
14. King Hippo (Punch-Out!!)
15. Little Mac [Super Punch-Out!!] (Punch-Out!!)
16. Ness, Paula Jeff & Poo (Earthbound)
17. Porky (Earthbound)
18. Lucas, Kumatora, Duster & Boney (Earthbound)
19. Fox McCloud (Star Fox)
20. Andross (Star Fox)
21. Blue Falcon (F-Zero)
22. Wily (Rockin’ Kats)
23. Aiai (Super Monkey Ball)
24. MeeMee (Super Monkey Ball)
25. Baby (Super Monkey Ball)
26. AGES (Sonic and Sega All-Stars Racing)
27. Rathalos (Monster Hunter)
28. Velociprey (Monster Hunter)
29. Hunter (Monster Hunter)
30. Palico (Monster Hunter)
31. Viewtiful Joe (Viewtiful Joe)
32. Commander Keen (Commander Keen)
33. BJ Blackowicz (Wolfenstein)
34. Banjo & Kazooie (Banjo-Kazooie)
35. Conker (Conker's Bad Fur Day)
36. Klonoa (Klonoa)
37. Capyaain Price (Call of Duty)
38. Aloy (Horizon Zero Dawn)
39. Polygon Man (PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale)
40. Kat (Gravity Rush)
41. Toro and Kuro (Pocketstation)
42. PaRappa the Rapper (PaRappa the Rapper)
43. Sackboy (LittleBigPlanet)
44. Tetriminos (Tetris)
45. Garbage Tetriminos (Tetris)
46. Bubsy (Bubsy)
47. Woolies (Bubsy)
48. Pong (Pong)
49. Quadrapong (Pong)
50. Spiral Slide (Rollercoaster Tycoon)
51. The Storm King (Fortnite)
52. Agent Jones (Fortnite)
53. Dr Slone (Fortnite)
54. The Cube Queen (Fortnite)
55. The Foundation (Fortnite)
56. The Paragon (Fortnite)
57. The Scientist (Fortnite)
58. The Visitor (Fortnite)
59. Midas (Fortnite)
Master Hand/Crazy Hand (Super Smash Bros.)

Baby Bowser (Mario series)

You fight on the crumbling debris of Kamek's castle against a giant Baby Bowser who is in the foreground but very close. You can only hit his head. He can punch into the ground to destroy it; go under the stage to carry and tilt it; throw a temper tantrum powerful enough to send debris flying down; send an army of Toadies to try and push you off-stage; and set fire to a platform.

Majora's Mask/Incarnation/Wrath (The Legend of Zelda seriea)

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This boss battle should work the same as it does in Majora's Mask, but obviously being more linear to fit Smash. Each transformation of the mask will have about 3/4 of the health of a normal boss for balancing purposes.

Perfect Chaos (Sonic series)

In this battle, the player would be a piece of the road floating above a flooded Station Square, and Chaos would use attcks from the fight in Sonic Adventure, such as lasers and the cyclone when the player approaches him. To hurt Perfect Chaos, you need to aim for his brain.

Ender Dragon (Minecraft series)


Ender Dragon is the final boss that appears in the End area of minecraft. For this battle, the dragon would be flying above the player. The layout would be a walkoff in the End area of minecraft. Attacks would include dragon’s breath, a charge attack, and a dragon fireball (this would create a cloud that hurts players inside this cloud). Additionally, there would be an end crystal at the center that sometimes heals the dragon, which can be destroyed.

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Omega Weapon (Final Fantasy series)
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1. Master Hand/Crazy Hand
2. Baby Bowser
3. Majora's Mask/Incarnate/Wrath
4. Perfect Chaos
5. Ender Dragon
6. Rathalos
7. Dracula
8. Omega Weapon
Super Mario series:
1. Title Theme (Mario Bros.)
2. Ground Theme (Super Mario Bros.)
3. Underground Theme (Super Mario Bros.)
4. Super Mario Bros. 2 Ground Theme (Super Mario Bros. 2)
5. Cave Theme (Super Mario Bros. 2)
6. Overworld Theme 2 (Super Mario Bros. 3)
7. Airship (Super Mario Bros. 3)
8. Hammer Bros. Battle (Super Mario Bros. 3)
9. Birabuto Kingdom (Super Mario Land)
10. Muda Kingdom (Super Mario Land)
11. Fever (Dr. Mario)
12. Chill (Dr. Mario)
13. Athletic Theme (Super Mario World)
14. Choose Your Pipe (Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins)
15. Mario Circuit (Super Mario Kart)
16. Mario Kart Medley
17. Creative Exercise (Mario Paint)
18. Flower Garden (Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island)
19. Baby Bowser (Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island)
20. Underground (Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island)
21. Beware the Forest's Mushrooms (Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars)
22. Super Mario 64 Medey (Super Mario 64)
23. Bob-omb Battlefield (Super Mario 64)
24. Slider (Super Mario 64)
25. Dire Dire Docks (Super Mario 64)
26. Setup/Kart Select (Mario Kart 64)
27. Rainbow Road (Mario Kart 64)
28. Octopus (Game & Watch Gallery)
29. Tropical Island (Mario Party)
30. Battle Medley (Paper Mario)
31. Dark Hallways (Luigi's Mansion)
32. Delfino Plaza (Super Mario Sunshine)
33. Ricco Harbor (Super Mario Sunshine)
34. Secret Level (Super Mario Sunshine)
35. Battle (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga)
36. Under the Ice (Mario Pinball Land)
37. Good Egg Galaxy (Super Mario Galaxy)
38. Honeyhive Galaxy (Super Mario Galaxy)
39. Gusty Garden Galaxy (Super Mario Galaxy)
40. Gloam Valley (Super Paper Mario)
41. Sammer's Kingdom (Super Paper Mario)
42. Castle Bleck (Super Paper Mario)
43. Character Select (Mario Hoops 3-on-3)
44. Mushroom Gorge (Mario Kart Wii)
45. Maple Treeway (Mario Kart Wii)
46. Thwomp Desert (Mario Kart Wii)
47. Overworld (New Super Mario Bros. Wii)
48. Boss Theme (New Super Mario Bros. Wii)
49. The Grand Finale (Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story)
50. Sky Station Galaxy (Super Mario Galaxy 2)
51. Bowser's Galaxy Generator (Super Mario Galaxy 2)
52. Main Theme (Super Mario 3D Land)
53. Music Park (Mario Kart 7)
54. Rosalina's Ice World (Mario Kart 7)
55. Super Bell Hill (Super Mario 3D World)
56. Mario Kart Stadium (Mario Kart 8)
57. Sunshine Airport (Mario Kart 8)
58. Plucky Plass Beginnings (Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker)
59. Title Theme (Super Mario Maker)
60. Fossil Falls (Super Mario Odyssey)
61. Steam Gardens (Super Mario Odyssey)
62. New Donk City: Daytime (Super Mario Odyssey)
63. Jump Up, Superstar! (Super Mario Odyssey)
64. Break Free - Lead the Way! (Super Mario Odyssey)
65. Red Streamer Battle (Paper Mario: The Origami King)
66. Scamper Shores (Bowser's Fury)

Donkey Kong series:
1. 25M BGM (Donkey Kong)
2. Stage 1 (Donkey Kong Jr.)
3. Classic Donkey Kong Medley
4. Showdown at the Tower (Donkey Kong - Gameboy)
5. Island Swing (Donkey Kong Country)
6. Simian Segue (Donkey Kong Country)
7. Bad Boss Boogie (Donkey Kong Country
8. Aquatic Ambience (Donkey Kong Country)
9. Mine Cart Madness (Donkey Kong Country)
10. Gang Plank Galleon (Donkey Kong Country)
11. Fear Factory (Donkey Kong Country)
12. Great Girder Grapple (Donkey Kong Land)
13. Chimpanzee Clouds (Donkey Kong Land)
14. Kremlantis (Donkey Kong Land)
15. Jib Jig (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest)
16. Stickerbrush Symphony (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest)
17. Crocodile Cacophony (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest)
18. Mining Melancholy (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest)
19. Snakey Chanty (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest)
20. Hot Head Hop (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest)
21. Disco Train (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest)
22. In A Snowbound Land (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest)
23. Primal Rave (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest)
24. K. Rool Returns/Welcome to Crocodile Isle (Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest)
25. Jungle Jitter (Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong’s Double Trouble!)
26. Jungle Bells (Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble!)
27. Water World (Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! - Gameboy Advance)
28. Main Menu (Donkey Kong 64)
29. DK Rap (Donkey Kong 64)
30. DK Isle (Donkey Kong 64)
31. K. Rool Duel (Donkey Kong 64)
32. Pirate Lagoon (Diddy Kong Racing)
33. Hot Top Volcano (Diddy Kong Racing)
34. Song Select (Donkey Konga)
35. Turkish March (Donkey Konga)
36. DK's Treetop Temple (Mario Party 8)
37. Cosmic Highway (Donkey Kong: Barrel Blast)
38. Poppin’ Planks (Donkey Kong Country Returns)
39. Mole Train (Donkey Kong Country Returns)
40. Gear Getaway (Donkey Kong Country Returns)
41. Wii U Menu (Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze)
42. Scorch 'n Torch (Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze)
43. Windmill Hill (Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze)
44. Secret Seclusion (Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze)

The Legend of Zelda series:
1. Main Theme (The Legend of Zelda)
2. Dungeon (The Legend of Zelda)
3. Title Theme (Zelda II: The Adventure of Link)
4. Overworld (Zelda II: The Adventure of Link)
5. Palace Theme (Zelda II: The Adventure of Link)
6. Title Theme (The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past)
7. Dark World (The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past)
8. Hidden Mountain and Forest (The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past)
9. The Prince of Darkness (The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past)
10. Overworks (The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening)
11. Tal Tal Heights (The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening)
12. Angler’s Tunnel (The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening)
13. Kokiri Forest (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
14. Hyrule Field (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
15. Zelda's Lullaby (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
16. Shop (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
17. Goron City (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
18. Song of Storms (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
19. Gerudo Valley (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)
20. Clock Town (The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask)
21. Termina Field (The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask)
22. The Great Sea (The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker)
23. Dragon Roost Island (The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker)
24. Molegra Boss Theme (The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker)
25. Main Theme (The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess)
26. Darknut (The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess)
27. Midna's Lament (The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess)
28. Oinker Chief (Freshly Picked Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland)
29. Ballad of the Goddess (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword)
30. Knight Academy (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword)
31. Groose's Theme (The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword)
32. Yuga Battle (The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds)
33. Hyrule Circuit (Mario Kart 8)
34. Main Theme (The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes)
35. Woodlands (The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes)
36. Main Theme (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
37. Guardian Battle (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
38. Kass's Theme (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
39. Blight Ganon Medley (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)
40. Overworld Theme (Cadence of Hyrule)
41. The Battle of Hyrule Field (Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity)

Pokémon series:
1. Route 1 (Pokémon Red/Pokémon Blue)
2. Trainer Battle (Pokémon Red/Pokémon Blue)
3. Wild Pokémon Battle (Pokémon Red/Pokémon Blue)
4. Unused Song (Pokémon Red/Pokémon Blue)
4. Lake of Rage (Pokémon Gold/Pokémon Silver)
5. Blue Field (Pokémon Pinball)
6. Littleroot Town (Pokémon Ruby/Pokémon Sapphire)
7. Route 104 (Pokémon Ruby/Pokémon Sapphire)
8. Victory Road (Pokémon Ruby/Pokémon Sapphire)
9. Professor Oak's Lab (Pokémon Snap)
10. Kids Club Menu (Pokémon Stadium)
11. Route 201 (Pokémon Diamond/Pokémon Pearl)
12. Route 209 (Pokémon Diamond/Pokémon Pearl)
13. Surfing (Pokémon Diamond/Pokémon Pearl)
14. Jublife City (Pokémon Diamond/Pokémon Pearl)
15. Orebugh City (Pokémon Diamond/Pokémon Pearl)
16. Game Corner (Pokémon Diamond/Pokémon Pearl)
17. Battle! Champion Cynthia (Pokémon Diamond/Pokémon Pearl)
18. Battle! Champion & Red (Pokémon HeartGold/Pokémon SoulSilver)
19. Poké Walker Menu (Pokémon HeattGold/Pokémon SoulSilver)
19. Dialga's Fight to the Finish! (Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time/Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Darkness)
20. Low HP (Pokémon Black/Pokémon White)
21. Skyarrow Bridge (Pokémon Black/Pokémon White)
22. Team Plasma Battle (Pokémon Black/Pokémon White)
23. Miror B's Retro Groove (Pokémon Colliseum)
24. Boss (Learn From Pokémon: Typing Adventure)
25. Vs. Joe (Pokémon Battle Revolution)
26. Stargazer Coliseum (Pokémon Battle Revolution)
27. Asperita City (Pokémon Black 2/Pokémon White 2)
28. Route 1 (Pokémon X/Pokémon Y)
29. Wild Pokémon Battle (Pokémon X/Pokémon Y)
30. Battle! Champion Diantha (Pokémon X/Pokémon Y)
31. Route 1 (Pokémon Sun/Pokémon Moon)
32. Victory Road (Pokémon Omega Ruby/Pokémon Alpha Sapphire)
33. Wild Pokémon Battle (Pokémon Sword/Pokémon Shield)
34. Battle Tower (Pokémon Sword/Pokémon Shield)
35. Milotic Encounter (New Pokémon Snap)

Metroid series:
1. Title Theme (Metroid)
2. Brinstar (Metroid)
3. Kraid's Hideout (Metroid)
4. SR388 Hideout (Metroid II: Return of Samus)
5. Vs Ridley (Super Metroid)
6. Theme of Samus Aran (Super Metroid)
7. Lower Norfair (Super Metroid)
8. Item Room Ambience (Super Metroid)
9. Sector 4 (Metroid Fusion)
10. Phendrana Drifts (Metroid Prime)
11. Vs Space Pirates (Metroid Prime)
12. Vs Dark Samus (Metroid Prime 2: Echoes)
13. Space Pirate Frigate (Metroid Prime Pinball)
14. Opening Prologue (Metroid Prime Hunters)
15. Menu Select Theme (Metroid Prime Hunters)
16. Title Theme (Metroid Prime 3: Corruption)
17. Helios Boss Theme (Metroid Prime 3: Corruption)
18. Mission Briefing (Metroid: Other M)
19. Main Theme (Metroid Prime: Federation Force)

Kirby series:
1. Green Greens (Kirby's Dream Land)
2. Castle Lololo (Kirby's Dream Land)
3. King Dedede's Theme (Kirby's Dream Land)
4. Title Theme (Kirby's Adventure)
5. Boss Theme (Kirby's Adventure)
6. Vegetable Valley (Kirby's Adventure)
7. Butter Building (Kirby's Adventure)
8. Rainbow Resort (Kirby's Adventure)
9. Animal Partner Medley (Kirby's Dream Land 2)
10. Boss (Kirby Super Star)
11. Candy Mountain (Kirby Super Star)
12. Gourmet Race (Kirby Super Star)
13. Meta Knight's Revenge (Kirby Super Star)
14. Marx Battle (Kirby Super Star)
15. Mini-Game (Kirby's Dream Land 3)
16. Rock Star (Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards)
17. Dark Star (Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards)
18. Boss Theme (Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards)
19. Miracle Matter (Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards)
20. 02 Battle (Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards)
21. Fountain Gardens (Kirby's Epic Yarn)
22. Looming Darkness (Kirby's Return to Dream Land)
23. Through the Forest (Kirby's Return to Dream Land)
24. A Forest Hike (Kirby Triple Deluxe)
25. Ripple Red (Kirby Triple Deluxe)
26. Boss Theme (Kirby's Blowout Blast)
27. Heart of Steel (Kirby Planet Robobot)
28. Haltmann Works (Kirby Planet Robobot)
29. Swole Dedede Scuffle (Kirby Star Allies)
30. Hyness Unhooded (Kirby Star Allies)
31. Dream Friends Medley (Kirby Star Allies)
32. Quest Board (Super Kirby Clash)

Sonic the Hedgehog series:
1. Green Hill Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog)
2. Vs Eggman (Sonic the Hedgehog)
3. Scrap Brain Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog)
4. Spring Yard Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog)
5. Star Light Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog)
6. Emerald Hill Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog 2)
7. Chemical Plant Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog 2)
8. Hill Top Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog 2)
9. Metropolis Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog 2)
10. Bridge Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog - Master System)
11. Toxic Caves (Sonic Spinball)
12. Sonic Boom (Sonic the Hedgehog CD)
13. Quartz Quadrant Present JP (Sonic the Hedgehog CD)
14. Vs. Metal Sonic JP (Sonic the Hedgehog CD)
15. File Select (Sonic the Hedgehog 3)
16. Angel Island Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog 3)
17. Hydrocity Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog 3)
18. Ice Cap Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog 3)
19. Mushroom Hill Zone (Sonic & Knuckles)
20. Flying Battery Zone (Sonic & Knuckles)
21. Lava Reef Zone (Sonic & Knuckles)
22. Sonic the Hedgehog Trilogy Special Stage Medley
23. Super Sonic Racing (Sonic R)
24. Back in Time (Sonic R)
25. Living in the City (Sonic R)
26. Diamond in the Sky (Sonic R)
27. Can You Feel the Sunshine? (Sonic R)
28. Work It Out (Sonic R)
28. Sonic vs. Knuckles - North Wind (Sonic the Fighters)
30. You're My Hero (Sonic 3D Blast)
31. Open Your Heart (Sonic Adventure)
32. Welcome to Station Square (Sonic Adventure)
33. Dilapidated Way (Sonic Adventure)
34. Azure Blue World (Sonic Adventure)
35. Lazy Days Living in Paradise (Sonic Adventure)
36. Unknown From M.E. (Sonic Adventure)
37. Live & Learn (Sonic Adventure 2)
38. Escape From the City (Sonic Adventure 2)
39. Fly in the Freedom (Sonic Adventure 2)
40. Sonic Heroes (Sonic Heroes)
41. Casino Park (Sonic Heroes)
42. This Machine (Sonic Heroes)
43. What I’m Made Of (Sonic Heroes)
44. I Am… All of Me (Shadow the Hedgehog)
45. His World - Theme of Sonic the Hedgehog E3 2006 Version (Sonic the Hedgehog)
46. All Hail Shadow (Sonic the Hedgehog)
47. Dreams of an Absolution (Sonic the Hedgehog)
48. Right There Ride On (Sonic Rush)
49. What U Need is Remix (Sonic Rush)
50. Seven Rings in Hand (Sonic and the Secret Rings)
51. Knight of the Wind (Sonic and the Black Knight)
52. Rooftop Run (Sonic Unleashed)
53. Endless Possibility (Sonic Unleashed)
54. Night Boss Battle (Sonic Unleashed)
55. Reach for the Stars (Sonic Colors)
56. Speak With Your Heart (Sonic Colors)
57. Casino Street Act 1 (Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I)
58. Big Arms (Sonic Generations)
59. Wonder World (Sonic Lost World)
60. Windy Hill Zone 1 (Sonic Lost World)
61. The Deadly Six Theme (Sonic Lost World)
62. Lights, Camera, Action! - Studiopolis Zone 1 (Sonic Mania)
63. Rogue's Gallery (Sonic Mania)
64. Wildstyle Pistolero (Sonic Mania)
65. Ruby Illusions (Sonic Mania)
66. Fist Bump (Sonic Forces)
67. Sunset Heights (Sonic Forces)

Space Harrier/Sega Arcade:
1. Space Harrier Theme (Space Harrier)
2. Battle Field (Space Harrier)
3. Space Harrier Medley (Space Harrier)
4. Haya-Oh (Space Harrier - Master System)
5. Bright Rays (Space Harrier 3-D)
6. Legend of Harrier (Space Harrier II)
7. Reverse Infect (Space Harrier II)
8. Planet Harriers Medley
9. Zaxxon Theme (Zaxxon)
10. Main Theme (Hang-On)
11. Outride a Crisis (Super Hang-On)
12. Sprinter (Super Hang-On)
13. Opa-Opa! (Fantasy Zone)
14. Ya-Da-Yo (Fantasy Zone)
15. Quartet Theme (Quartet)
16. FM Funk (Quartet)
17. Main Theme (Enduro Racer)
18. Magical Sound Shower (OutRun)
19. Splash Wave (OutRun)
20. Passing Wave (OutRun)
21. Rush a Difficulty (Turbo OutRun)
22. System Down (SDI)
23. Illusion (SDI)
24. After Burner (After Burner)
25. Final Take-Off (After Burner)
26. Stage 1 (After Burner Climax)
27. Earth Frame G (G-LOC R360)
28. Thunder Blade Medley (Thunder Blade)
29. Beyond the Galaxy (Galaxy Force)
30. Defeat (Galaxy Force)
31. Like the Wind (Power Drift)
32. Origin - Awaken (Gain Ground)
33. Rise From Your Grave (Altered Beast)
34. Title (Bonanza Bros.)
35. Baku Baku Animal Medley
36. Wilderness (Golden Axe)
37. Clotho (Columns)
38. Soup Up (Rad Mobile)
39. Virtua Racing Medley
40. Replay (Virtua Racing Deluxe)
41. Let's Go Away (Daytona USA)
42. Sky High (Daytona USA)
43. Arms Black Market (Virtua Cop)
44. Gang Headquarters (Virtua Cop)
45. Desert Replay (SEGA Rally Championsip - Saturn)
46. Go! Go! SEGA Rally (SEGA Rally 2)
47. Armstone Town Day (Fighting Vipers)
48. In The Blue Sky (Cyber Troopers Virtual-ON)
49. Fade to Black (Cyber Troopers Virtual-ON)
50. Fight in the Dark (SCUD Race)
51. Theme of Spikeout (Spikeout: Digital Battle Online)
52. AMS Agent HotD2 Ver. (The House of the Dead)
53. Theme of the Magician HotD2 Ver. (The House of the Dead)
54. Vamos a Carnival (Samba de Amingo)
55. Main Theme (Flicky)
56. Main Theme (Zoom 909)

Crash Bandicoot Series:
1. N. Sanity Beach (Crash Bandicoot)
2. Japanese Theme Song (Crash Bandicoot)
3. English Theme Song (Crash Bandicoot)
4. Tawna Bonus (Crash Bandicoot)
5. Dr. Neo Cortex (Crash Bandicoot)
6. Rock It/Pack Attack (Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back)
7. Dingodile (Crash Bandicoot: Warped)
8. Time Twister (Crash Bandicoot: Warped)
9. Polar Pass (Crash Team Racing)
10. Dragon Mines (Crash Team Racing)
11. Hot Air Skyway (Crash Team Racing)
12. Wizards & Lizards (Crash Bandicoot: The Wrath of Cortex)
13. Out of Time (Crash Nitro Kart)
14. Deep Sea Diving (Crash Nitro Kart)
15. N. Sanity Beach (Crash Twinsanity)
16. Worm Chase (Crash Twinsanity)
17. Evil Twins (Crash Twinsanity)
18. Grin and Bear It (Crash Bandicoot Purple: Ripto's Rampage)
19. Once Upon a Tire (Crash Tag Team Racing)
20. Dingodile (Crash of the Titans - DS)
21. Koala Carnival (Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled)
22. Megamix Mania (Crash Team Racing: Nitro-Fueled)
23. Main Theme (Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time)
24. The Past Unmasked (Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time)
25. Ship Happens (Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time)
26. Food Run (Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time)

Call of Duty:
1. Call of Duty (Call of Duty)
2. Pathfinder (Call of Duty)
3. Moving Into Town (Call of Duty 2: Big Red One)
4. Falaise Road (Call of Duty 3)
5. Main Theme (Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare)
6. Charlie Don't Surf (Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare)
7. Little Resistance (Call of Duty: World At War)
8. Pentagon (Call of Duty: Black Ops)
9. Main Theme (Call of Duty: Black Ops II)
10. Pyrrhic Victory (Call of Duty: Black Ops II)
11. Hope (Call of Duty: Ghosts)
12. The Final Hour (Call of Duty: Ghosts)
13. Welcome to the Bloody First (Call of Duty: WWII)
14. Cold War (Call of Duty: Black Ops: Cold War)

Street Fighter series:
1. Geki's Theme (Street Fighter)
2. Joe’s Theme (Street Fighter)
3. Street Fighter 2010 Medley (Street Fighter 2010: The Final Fight)
4. Character Select Theme (Street Fighter II)
5. Ryu's Theme (Street Fighter II)
6. Ken’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
7. Chun-Li’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
8. Guile’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
9. Blanka’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
10. Dhalsim’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
11. E. Honda’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
12. Zangief’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
13. Bonus Stage Theme (Street Fighter II)
14. Balrog’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
15. Vega’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
16. Sagat’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
17. M. Bison’s Theme (Street Fighter II)
18. Akuma’s Theme (Street Fighter Alpha)
19. Dan’s Theme (Street Fighter Alpha 2)
20. Sakura’s Theme (Street Fighter Alpha 2)
21. Sagat vs. Ryu (Street Fighter Alpha 2)
22. Arabesque (Street Fighter EX)
23. Sharp Eyes (Street Fighter III: New Generation)
24. Doll Eyes (Street Fighter Alpha 3)
25. Breeze (Street Fighter Alpha 3)
26. Precious Heart (Street Fighter EX3)
27. Jazzy NYC ‘99 (Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike)
28. Beats In My Head (Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike)
29. Spunky (Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike)
30. Seth’s Theme (Street Fighter IV)
31. Juri’s Theme (Super Street Fighter IV)
32. Dojo Theme (Street Fighter V)
33. Poison’s Theme (Street Fighter V)

Ace Attorney series:
1. Pursuit - Cornered (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney)
2. Questioning (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney)
3. Turnabout Sisters Ballad (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney)
4. Detention Center - Jailer's Elegy (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney)
5. The Steel Samurai (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney)
6. Pursuit - Questioned (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All)
7. Trick and Magic (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All)
8. Phoenix Wright - Objection (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All)
9. Psyche Lock (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice For All)
10. Objection! (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations)
11. Questioning - Allegro (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations)
12. Telling the Truth (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations)
13. The Fragrance of Dark Coffee (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials and Tribulations)
14. Trucy's Theme (Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney)
15. Cross Examination - Moderate (Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney)
16. Kitaki Theme (Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney)
17. Pursuit - Lying Coldly (Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth)
18. Contradiction at the Crime Scene (Ace Attorney Investigations: Miles Edgeworth)
19. Pursuit - Wanting to Find the Truth (Gyakuten Kenji 2)
20. Logic Trinity (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies)
20. Simon Blackquill - Distorted Swordsmanship (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies)
21. Court Begins (The Great Ace Attorney: Adventures)
22. Pursuit - The Great Turnabout (The Great Ace Attorney: Adventures)
23. Prelude to a Blossoming Attorney (The Great Ace Attorney 2: Resolve)
24. Confess the Truth (The Great Ace Attorney 2: Resolve)
25. Pursuit - Cornering Together (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice)
26. Cheerful People (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice)
27. Dhurke - A Dragon Never Wields (Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice)

Mega Man series:
1. Cut Man Stage (Mega Man)
2. Guts Man Stage (Mega Man)
3. Ice Man Stage (Mega Man)
4. Bomb Man Stage (Mega Man)
5. Fire Man Stage (Mega Man)
6. Mega Man Retro Medley (Mega Man)
7. Mega Man 2 Medley (Mega Man 2)
8. Metal Man Stage (Mega Man 2)
9. Air Man Stage (Mega Man 2)
10. Quick Man Stage (Mega Man 2)
11. Crash Man Stage (Mega Man 2)
12. Flash Man Stage (Mega Man 2)
13. Wood Man Stage (Mega Man 2)
14. Mega Man 2 Retro Medley (Mega Man 2)
15. Hard Man Stage (Mega Man 3)
16. Top Man Stage (Mega Man 3)
17. Snake Man Stage (Mega Man 3)
18. Spark Man Stage (Mega Man 3)
19. Shadow Man Stage (Mega Man 3)
20. Mega Man 3 Retro Medley (Mega Man 3)
21. Mega Man 4 Medley (Mega Man 4)
22. Mega Man 4-6 Retro Medley (Mega Man 4, 5, 6)
23. Gravity Man Stage (Mega Man 5)
24. Napalm Man Stage (Mega Man 5)
25. Dark Man Stage (Mega Man 5)
26. Flash in the Dark (Mega Man 9)
27. We're Robots (Mega Man 9)
28. Fuse Man Stage (Mega Man 11)
29. Opening Stage (Mega Man X)
30. Theme of Zero (Mega Man X)
31. Armored Armadillo (Mega Man X)
32. Boomer Kuwanger (Mega Man X)
33. Mega Man X Retro Medley
34. X vs. Zero (Mega Man X5)
35. Commander Yammark (Mega Man X6)
36. Shooting Star (Mega Man Star Force)

Capcom Arcade series:
1. Main BGM (SonSon)
2. Stage 1 (Avengers)
3. Graveyard (Ghosts 'N Goblins)
4. 1942 Medley (1942)
5. Level 1 (1943: The Battle of Midway)
6. Ayako 1 (1943: The Battle of Midway)
7. Metro City Slums (Final Fight)
8. The Boss of St. Petersburg (Strider)
9. The Third Moon (Strider)
10. Ninja House (Captain Commando)
11. Village on Fire (Knights of the Round)
12. Carve a Dragon Wood (Final Fight 2)
13. The Red Naval Port (19XX: The War Against Destiny)
14. Demitri Maximoff (Darkstalkers)
15. Morrigan Aensland (Darkstalkers)
16. Machine Arena (Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness)
17. Gaits Theme (Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness)
18. Classic Capcom Arcade Medley
19. Hsien-Ko (Night Warriors: Darkstalkers Revenge)
20. Jedah (Darkstalkers 3)
21. I Wanna Take You For A Ride (Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes)
22. Swamp (Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes)
23. Training Mode (Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes)
24. Abyss Final Form (Marvel Vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes)
25. Main Menu (Capcom Arcade Cabinet)

Resident Evil series:
1. The Guardhouse Basement (Resident Evil)
2. More Rooms (Resident Evil)
3. The Evil Eye (Resident Evil 2)
4. Raccoon City (Resident Evil 2)
5. Unstoppable Nemesis (Resident Evil 3: Nemesis)
6. Through the Scope (Resident Evil Code: Veronica)
7. Piano Roll (Resident Evil Code: Veronica)
8. Introduction (Resident Evil: Dead Aim)
9. Last Battle With Morphius (Resident Evil: Dead Aim)
10. End of Umbrella (Resident Evil 4)
11. Save Theme (Resident Evil 4)
12. Serenity (Resident Evil 4)
13. Stop the Train (Resident Evil Zero)
14. Save Rebecca (Resident Evil Zero)
15. Chris's Arrival (Resident Evil 5)
16. The Mercenaries Theme (Resident Evil 6)
17. Seek And Prey High Speed Heroes (Resident Evil Revelations 2)
18. Go Tell Aunt Rhody (Resident Evil 7: Biohazard)
19. Ripples in the Calm (Resident Evil: Village)
20. Karl Heisenberg (Resident Evil: Village)

Mortal Kombat series:
1. Techno Syndrome (Mortal Kombat)
2. Select Theme (Mortal Kombat)
3. The Courtyard (Mortal Kombat)
4. The Dead Pool (Mortal Kombat II)
5. The Portal (Mortal Kombat II)
6. Death Jam (Mortal Kombat II)
7. The Bank/Jade’s Desert/The Cave (Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3)
8. The Graveyard (Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3)
9. The Pit 3/Scorpion’s Lair/The Balcony (Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3)
10. The Rooftop/The Belltower (Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3)
11. The Streets (Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3)
12. Snake (Mortal Kombat 4)
13. Goro’s Lair (Mortal Kombat 4)
14. Acid Bath/Portal (Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance)
15. Shang Tsung’s Palace/Nethership (Mortal Kombat: Deadly Alliance)
16. Courtyard (Mortal Kombat Deception)
17. Yin Yang Island - Outworld Side (Mortal Kombat Deception)
18. Reptile’s Lair (Mortal Kombat Armageddon)
19. Konquest (Mortal Kombat Armageddon)
20. The Pit (Mortal Kombat 9)
21. The Subway (Mortal Kombat 9)
22. Armory (Mortal Kombat 9)
23. Shang Tsung’s Throne Room (Mortal Kombat 9)
24. Lin Kuei Temple - Round 1/2/3 (Mortal Kombat X)
25. The Dead Woods - Round 1/2/3 (Mortal Kombat X)
26. Fire & Ice (Mortal Kombat 11)
27. Immortal Kombat (Mortal Kombat 11)

Pac-Man series:
1. Pac-Man Medley (Pac-Man series)
2. Ms. Pac-Man Medley (Pac-Man series)
3. Rally-X Medley (Rally-X series)
4. Galaga Medley (Galaga series)
5. Dig Dug Medley (Dig Dug series)
6. Mappy Medley (Mappy series)
7. Libble Rabble Medley (Libble Rabble series)
8. Sky Kid Medley (Sky Kid series)
9. Metro Cross Medley (Metro Cross)
10. Outwards BGM (Pac-Land)
11. Yokai Dochuki Medley (Yokai Dochuki series)
12. Bravoman Medley (Bravoman)
13. Hopping Mappy Medley (Hopping Mappy)
14. Pac-Man Spinoff Medley (Pac-Man series)
15. Mischief (Pac-Man 2: The New Adventures)
16. Pac-Man's Park (Pac-Mania)
17. Main Theme (The Legend of Valkyrie)
18. Toy Box World (Pac-Man Arrangement)
19. World 4 (Mappy Arrangement
20. Cleopactra (Ms. Pac-Man: Maze Madness)
21. Title (Pac-Man World)
22. Menu (Pac-Man World 2)
23. Arctic Iceberg (Pac-Man World Rally)
24. Lunar Launch (Pac-Man World Rally)
25. Tutorial (Pac-Pix)
26. Pacopolis: Pac Patrol (Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures)
27. Pac Sky Emotion (Pac-Man Championship Edition 2)

Tekken series:
1. Marine Stadium, Japan (Tekken)
2. Chicago, U.S.A. (Tekken)
3. Kyoto, Japan (Tekken)
4. Heihachi Mishima, The King of Iron Fist (Tekken 2)
5. Kazuya Mishima, Devil Mishima (Tekken 2)
6. Emotionless Passion (Tekken 2)
7. Attract -Embu- (Tekken 3)
8. Hwoarang (Tekken 3)
9. Jin Kazama (Tekken 3)
10. Heihachi Mishima (Tekken 3)
11. Opening Movie (Tekken Tag Tournament)
12. Jin Stage (Tekken Tag Tournament)
13. Kitsch (Tekken 5)
14. Bit Crusher (Tekken 5)
15. Red Hot Fist (Tekken 5)
16. Moonlit Wlderness (Tekken 5)
17. Poolside (Tekken 5)
18. Snow Castle (Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection)
19. Into Nirvana (Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection)
20. RESURRECTION (Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection)
21. Ethno Evening (Tekken 6)
22. YUKI (Tekken 6)
23. Only One Fight (Tekken 6)
24. Dist Thins Out (Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion)
25. Karma (Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion)
26. Arisa (Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion)
27. Yodeling on Mountain Hill (Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion)
28. Abyss of Time (Tekken Tag Tournament 2)
29. Plucking Tulips (Tekken Tag Tournament 2)
30. Landscape Under the Ghost-Kaminano (Tekken Tag Tournament 2)
31. New World Order (Tekken Revolution)
32. No Easy Way Out (Tekken Revolution)
33. Heat Haze Shadow (Tekken 7)
34. Dojo (Tekken 7)
35. DUOMO DI SIRIO 1st (Tekken 7)
36. Moonsiders 1st (Tekken 7)
37. Desperate Struggle (Tekken 7)
38. Aloneness (Tekken 7)

Halo series:
1. Halo (Halo: Combat Evolved)
2. Enough Dead Heroes (Halo: Combat Evolved)
3. Halo - MJONIR Mix (Halo 2)
4. Blow Me Away (Halo 2)
5. Last of the Brave (Halo 3)
6. Behold a Pale Horse (Halo 3)
7. Finish the Fight (Halo 3)
8. Overture (Halo Reach)
9. Tip of the Spear (Halo Reach)
10. Spirit of Fire (Halo Wars)
11. Awakening (Halo 4)
12. Faithless (Halo 4)
13. Kamchatka (Halo 5: Guardians)
14. Recomissioned (Halo Wars 2)
15. Isabel's Awakening (Halo Wars 2)

Minecraft series:
1. Sweden (Minecraft)
2. Pigstep (Minecraft)
3. Clockwork Crafter (Minecraft)
4. Toys on a Tear (Minecraft)
5. Dance of the Blocks (Minecraft)
6. Glide (Minecraft)
7. Traveller's Tune (Minecraft Story Mode)
7. Halland / Dalarna (Minecraft Dungeons)
8. The Arch-Illager (Minecraft Dungeons)
9. Earth (Minecraft Earth)

Doom Series:
1. At Doom's Gate (Doom)
2. Dark Halls (Doom)
3. I Sawed the Demons (Doom)
4. Running From Evil (Doom II)
5. Countdown to Death (Doom II)
6. Into Sandy;s City (Doom II)
7. Getting Too Tense (Doom II)
8. Intro (Doom 64)
9. Hellknight (Doom 3)
10. Cyberdeath (Doom 3)
11. Rip & Tear (Doom 2016)
12. BFG Division (Doom 2016)
13. At Doom's Gate 2016 (Doom 2016)
14. Hell on Earth (Doom Eternal)
15. The Only Thing They Fear Is You (Doom Eternal)
16. The Doom Hunter (Doom Eternal)
17. Phobos Space (Doom Eternal)

Fallout series:
1. Metallic Monks (Fallout)
2. Industrial Junk (Fallout)
3. Beyond the Canyon (Fallout 2)
4. Khans of New California (Fallout 2)
5. Carbon Town Dusk (Fallout: Brotherhood of Steel)
6. Main Title (Fallout 3)
7. Price of Honour (Fallout 3)
8. Think Fast Shoot Faster (Fallout 3)
9. Ending Theme (Fallout New Vegas)
10. Main Theme (Fallout 4)
11. The Commonwealth (Fallout 4)
12. Invisible Ghosts (Fallout 76)
13. You Can't Hide Forever (Fallout 76)

Microsoft Windows series:
1. Canyon (Microsoft Windows)
2. Onestop (Microsoft Windows)
3. Passport (Microsoft Windows)
4. Clouds (Microsoft Windows)
5. Almonds (Microsoft Windows)
6. Fnkngrvn (Microsoft Windows)
7. Daisy.mid (Microsoft Windows)
8. Metblast.mid (Microsoft Windows)
9. Someband.mid (Microsoft Windows)
10. STOMP.mid (Microsoft Windows)
11. TheCake.mid (Microsoft Windows)
12. MPCMID.mic (Microsoft Windows)
13. Blues1.mid (Microsoft Windows)
14. Jazz1.mid (Microsoft Windows)
15. Mwvblues.mid (Microsoft Windows)
16. Newgrass.mid (Microsoft Windows)
17. Prtytime.mid (Microsoft Windows)
18. Flourish.mid (Microsoft Windows)
19. Onestop.mid (Microsoft Windows)
20. Town.mid (Microsoft Windows)
21. IE4CHAN.mid (Internet Explorer 4.0)
22. Yo! MS Raps (MS DOS 95)
23. Windows 95 Advert Medley (Windows 95)
24. Space Cadet (Full Tilt! Pinball)
25. Ludwig's Boogie (Windows 98)
26. Windows ME Introduction Music (Windows ME)
27. Windows Movie Maker Tour (Windows ME)
28. Windows XP Tour Medley (Windows XP)
29. Velkommen (Windows XP)
30. Like Humans Do (Windows XP)
31. Highway Blues (Windows XP)
33. Beethoven's Symphony (Windows XP)
34. Distance (Windows Vista)
35. Love Comes (Windows Vista)
36. One Step Beyond (Windows Vista)
37. Amanda (Windows Vista)
38. Kalimba (Windows 7)
39. Sleep Away (Windows 7)

Cuphead series:
1. Don't Deal With The Devil (Cuphead)
2. Inkwell Isle (Cuphead)
3. Floral Fury (Cuphead)
4. Botanic Panic (Cuphead)
5. Die House - Instrumental (Cuphead)
6. Die House - Vocal (Cuphead)
7. Sugarland Shimmy (Cuphead)
8. Carnival Kerfuffle (Cuphead)
9. The Mausoleum (Cuphead)
10. Shooting n' Looting (Cuphead)
11. Railroad Wrath (Cuphead)
12. The King's Court (Cuphead)
13. Funfair Fever (Cuphead)
14. One Hell of a Time (Cuphead)

Final Fantasy series:
1. Prelude (Final Fantasy)
2. Battle Theme (Final Fantasy)
3. Battle Theme 1 (Final Fantasy II)
4. Boss Theme (Final Fantasy III)
5. Battle Theme (Final Fantasy IV)
6. Boss Theme (Final Fantasy IV)
7. Battle with the Four Fiends (Final Fantasy IV)
8. Battle Theme (Final Fantasy V)
9. Boss Theme (Final Fantasy V)
10. The Decisive Battle (Final Fantasy V)
11. Battle on the Big Bridge (Final Fantasy V)
12. The Final Battle (Final Fantasy V)
13. Terra's Theme (Final Fantasy VI)
14. Battle Theme (Final Fantasy VI)
15. The Fierce Battle (Final Fantasy VI)
16. Dancing Mad (Final Fantasy VI)
17. Opening - Bombing Mission (Final Fantasy VII)
18. Let the Battles Begin! (Final Fantasy VII)
19. Fight On! (Final Fantasy VII)
20. Aerith's Theme (Final Fantasy VII)
21. Main Theme (Final Fantasy VII)
22. Crazy Motorcycle Chase (Final Fantasy VII)
23. JENOVA (Final Fantasy VII)
24. Cosmo Canyon (Final Fantasy VII)
25. One-Winged Angel (Final Fantasy VII)
26. Hero's Theme (Final Fantasy Tactics)
27. Liberi Fatali (Final Fantasy VIII)
29. Don't Be Afraid (Final Fantasy VIII)
29. Boss Battle (Final Fantasy IX)
30. Battle Theme (Final Fantasy X)
31. Yuna's Theme (Final Fantasy X)
32. Song of Prayer (Final Fantasy X)
33. Those Who Fight (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children)
34. Those Who Fight Further (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children)
35. Advent: One-Winged Angel (Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children)
37. Monster's Dance - Rondo (Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles)
38. Dalmasca Estersand (Final Fantasy XII)
39. Battle de Chocobo (Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales)
40. The Price of Freedom (Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII)
41. SOLDIER Battle (Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII)
42. Sullya Springs (Final Fantasy XIII)
43. Under the Weight (FInal Fantasy XIV)
44. Footfalls (Final Fantasy XIV)
43. Stand Your Ground (Final Fantasy XV)
44. Apocalypsis Noctis (Final Fantasy XV)

Dragon Quest series:
1. Overture (Dragon Quest)
2. Overworld (Dragon Quest)
3. Dragonlord Theme (Dragon Quest)
4. Battle (Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line)
5. Sailing (Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line)
6. Adventure (Dragon Quest III: Seeds of Salvation)
7. Fighting Spirits (Dragon Quest III: Seeds of Salvation)
8. Intermezzo (Dragon Quest III: Seeds of Salvation)
9. Rolling Dice (Dragon Quest III: Seeds of Salvation)
10. The Phantom Ship (Dragon Quest III: Seeds of Salvation)
11. Battle for the Glory (Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen)
12. Wagon Wheel's March (Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen)
13. March of the Capricious Princess (Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen)
14. Torneko Taloon (Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen)
15. Melody In an Ancient Town (Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride)
16. Violent Enemies (Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride)
17. Melody of Love (Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride)
18. Terry's World (Dragon Quest Monsters)
19. Inviting Village (Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation)
20. Courageous Fight (Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation)
21. Ice World (Dragon Quest Monsters 2)
22. Paradise (Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Path)
23. Fighting Spirit (Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Path)
24. War Cry (Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King)
25. Travelling with Wagon (Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King)
26. Marching Through the Fields (Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King)
27. Hurry! We're In Danger! (Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King)
28. Final Boss (Dragon Quest Monsters Joker)
29. Cross the Fields (Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Sky)
30. Are You a Loser (Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Sky)
31. Go For Broke (Dragon Quest Swords)
32. City At Night (Dragon Quest X)
33. BGM 5 (Dragon Quest Builders)
34. The Hero Goes Forth With A Determination (Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age)
35. Unflinchable Courage (Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age)

Tomb Raider series:
1. Main Theme (Tomb Raider)
2. Lara Plays In The Snow (Tomb Raider II)
3. Bad Lara Croft (Tomb Raider II)
4. The Puzzle Element (Tomb Raider III)
5. TR4 Title (Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation)
6. Jeep Thrills (Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation)
7. Croft Manor Theme (Tomb Raider Legend)
8. Bolivia (Tomb Raider Legend)
9. West Africa (Tomb Raider Legend)
10. Mission Summary (Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light)
11. Blood In The Snow (Rise of the Tomb Raider)
13. Cozumel Ambience (Shadow of the Tomb Raider)
14. Friends Reunited (Shadow of the Tomb Raider)

Metal Gear series:
1. Theme of Tara (Metal Gear)
2. Red Alert (Metal Gear)
2. Theme of Solid Snake (Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake)
3. Level 1 Warning (Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake)
4. Cavern (Metal Gear Solid)
5. Encounter (Metal Gear Solid)
6. The Best is Yet to Come (Metal Gear Solid)
7. Yell Dead Cell (Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty)
8. Snake Eater - Vocal (Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater)
9. Snake Eater - Instrumental (Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater)
10. Battle in the Base (Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater)
11. Theme of Love (Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots)
12. Breakthrough (Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots)
13. Calling to the Night (Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops)
14. Main Theme (Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker)
15. Chrysalis Chants (Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker)
16. Rules of Nature (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance)
17. It Has To Be This Way (Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance)
18. Destruction of Mother Base (Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes)
19. Sins of the Father (Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain)

1. Main Theme (Bomberman)
2. BGM 2 (Bomberman '93)
3. BGM 3 (Bomberman '93)
4. Boss (Super Bomberman)
5. Jammin' Jungle (Bomberman '94)
6. Wario Blast Medley (Wario Blast Featuring Bomberman)
7. Intro (Super Bomberman 2)
8. Map (Super Bomberman 2)
9. World 2 (Super Bomberman 2)
10. Stage 1 (Super Bomberman 3)
11. Stage 2 (Super Bombeman 3)
12. Bad Bomber (Super Bomberman 4)
13. Battle (Super Bomberman 4)
14. Main Menu (Saturn Bomberman)
15. Amusement World (Saturn Bomberman)
16. Samurai World (Saturn Bomberman)
17. Battle Mode (Saturn Bomberman)
18. World of Evil (Pocket Bomberman)
19. Story (Super Bomberman 5)
20. Green Garden (Bomberman 64)
21. Blue Resort (Bomberman 64)
22. Red Mountain (Bomberman 64)
23. Title (Bomberman World)
24. Challenge Mode (Bomberman World)
25. Redial (Bomberman Hero)
26. Charabom Select (Bomberman Max)
27. How To Play (Neo Bomberman)
28. World 1 (Neo Bomberman)
29. Demo Loop (Bomberman 64: The Second Attack)
30. Title Screen (Bomberman 64: The Second Attack)
31. Pommy Intro (Bomberman 64: the Second Attack)
32. Astral Knight Intro (Bomberman 64: The Second Attack)
33. Lost Planet Alcatraz (Bomberman 64: The Second Attack)
34. Destroy the Gravity Generator (Bomberman 64: The Second Attack)
35. Tentasia (Bomberman Generation)
36. Octo Ocean (Bomberman Generation)
37. Tako Desert (Bomberman Generation)
38. Planet Technopolis (Super Bomberman R)
39. Hurry Up (Super Bomberman R)
40. Planet Brainwave (Super Bomberman R)

1. Vampire Killer (Castlevania)
2. Starker / Wicked Child (Castlevania)
3. Out of Time (Castlevania)
4. Nothing To Lose (Castlevania)
5. Black Night (Castlevania: The Arcade)
6. Bloody Tears / Monsters Dance (Castlevania II: Simon's Quest)
7. Dwelling of Doom (Castlevania II: Simon's Quest)
8. Cross Your Heart (Haunted Mansion)
9. Can't Wait Until Night (Haunted Mansion)
10. Beginning (Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse)
11. Mad Forest (Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse)
12. Aquarius (Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse)
13. Simon Belmont Theme (Super Castlevania IV)
14. The Forest of Monsters (Super Castlevania IV)
15. Divine Bloodlines (Castlevania: Rondo of Blood)
16. Slash (Castlevania: Rondo of Blood)
17. Dance of Illusion (Castlevania: Rondo of Blood)
18. Iron Blue Intentions (Castlevania: Bloodlines)
19. Dracula's Castle (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
20. Dance of Gold (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
21. Lost Painting (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
22. The Tragic Prince (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
23. Awake (Castlevania: Circle of the Moon)
24. Ruined Castle Gallery (Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow)
25. Lament of Innocence (Castlevania: Lament of Innocence)
26. Jet Black Incursion (Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow)
27. Crash in the Dark Night (Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow)
28. Ripped Silence (Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin)
29. Hail of the Past (Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin)
30. Jail of Jewel (Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin)
31. Twilight Stigmata (Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia)
32. Jet Black Wings (Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia)

1. Stage Music (Frogger)
2. Space Station (Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge)
3. Graveyard Garden (Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge)
4. Rolling Rapids Creek (Frogger: The Great Quest)
5. Dr Starkenstein (Frogger Advance: The Great Quest)
6. Firefly Swamp (Frogger's Adventures: The Rescue)
7. Molten Island (Frogger's Adventures: The Rescue
8. Frogger Rap (Frogger Beyond)
9. Title (Frogger: Helmet Chaos)
10. Front End (Frogger: Helmet Chaos)

Carmen Sandiego:
1. World Tour Medley (Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?)
2. Run! (Carmen Sandiego: World Detective)
3. Title Sequence (Where in Space is Carmen Sandiego?)
4. Solar System Medley (Where in Space is Carmen Sandiego?)
5. Intro (Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?)
6. Title Screen (Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?)
7. Sense of the Unknown (Carmen Sandiego: Math Detective)
8. Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Theme (Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?)
9. Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? Theme (Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego?)
10. Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego? Theme (Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego?)
11. Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? Theme 2019 Version (Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?)

1. Diabolical Adrenaline Guitar (Half-Life)
2. Credits / Closing Theme (Half-Life)
3. MIlitary Precision (Half-Life)
4. Klaxon Beat (Half-Life)
5. Bust (Half-Life: Opposing Force)
6. Planet (Half-Life: Opposing Force)
7. Something Steers Us (Half-Life 2)
8. You're Not Supposed to Be Here (Half-Life 2)
9. Triage at Dawn (Half-Life 2)
10. Sector Sweep (Half-Life 2)
11. CP Violation (Half-Life 2)
12. What Kind Of Hospital Is This? (Half-Life 2: Episode One)
13. Guard Down (Half-Life 2: Episode One)
14. Vortal Combat (Half-Life 2: Episode Two)
15. Anti-Citizen (Half-Life: Alyx)
16. Still Alive (Portal)
17. Radio Loop (Portal)
18. Hazardous Environments (Valve logo)

Team Fortress series:
1. Main Theme (Team Fortress 2)
2. Playing With Danger (Team Fortress 2)
3. Intruder Alert (Team Fortress 2)
4. Medic! (Team Fortress 2)
5. Soldier of Dance (Team Fortress 2)
6. RED Triumphs (Team Fortress 2)
7. BLU Triumphs (Team Fortress 2)
8. Drunken Pipebomb (Team Fortress 2)
9. Faster Than a Speeding Bullet (Team Fortress 2)
10. More Gun (Team Fortress 2)
11. Robots! (Team Fortress 2)
12. Archimedes (Team Fortress 2)
13. The Calm (Team Fortress 2)
14. Dreams Of Cruelty (Team Fortress 2)
15. The Art Of War (Team Fortress 2)
16. Mercenary Park (Team Fortress 2)
17. Dapper Cadaver (Team Fortress 2)
18. Haunted Fortress 2 (Team Fortress 2)
19. Rocket Jump Waltz (Team Fortress 2)
20. Right Behind You (Team Fortress 2)

Grand Theft Auto series:
1. Menu (Grand Theft Auto)
2. Claude's Theme (Grand Theft Auto III)
4. Callahan Bridge Assault (Grand Theft Auto III)
5. Ending (Grand Theft Auto III)
6. Vice City (Grand Theft Auto: Vice City)
7. Main Theme (Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas)
8. C.R.A.S.H. (Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas)
9. Theme Song (Grand Theft Auto Advance)
10. Soviet Connection (Grand Theft Auto IV)
11. Loading Screen (Grand Theft Auto IV)
12. Into (Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars)
13. Wu Lee's Theme (Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars)
14. Rudy D'avanzo's Theme (Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars)
15. Welcome to Los Santos (Grand Theft Auto V)
16. A Lonely Man (Grand Theft Auto V)
17. A Haze of Patriotic Fervor (Grand Theft Auto V)
18. Long Stretch The Third Way (Grand Theft Auto V)

Undertale series:
1. Once Upon A Time (Undertale)
2. Ruins (Undertale)
3. Enemy Approaching (Undertale)
4. Ghost Fight (Undertale)
5. sans (Undertale)
6. Snowdin (Undertale)
7. Bonetrousle (Undertale)
8. Waterfall (Undertale)
9. Spear of Justice (Undertale)
10. Death by Glamour (Undertale)
11. Hopes and Dreams (Undertale)
12. ASGORE (Undertale)
13. Your Best Nightmare (Undertale)
14. Battle Against a True Hero (Undertale)
15. Megalovania (Undertale)
16. Rude Buster (Deltarune)
17. Field of Hopes and Dreams (Deltarune)
18. Checker Dance (Deltarune)
19. The World Revolving (Deltarune)

Shovel Knight:
1. Main Theme (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
2. Steel Thy Shovel (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
3. One Fateful Knight (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
4. Strike The Earth (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
5. The Rival (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
6. The Starlit Winds (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
7. In The Halls of the Usurper (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
8. High Above The Land (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
9. An Underlying Problem (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
10. The Schemer/The Destroyer (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
11. Fighting With All Our Might (Shovel Knight: Shovel of Hope)
12. Prime Your Potions (Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows)
13. The Alchemist's Haven (Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows)
14. One Dark Knight (Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment)
15. The Magic Mirror (Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment)
16. A Proclamtion Most High (Shovel Knight: King of Cards)
17. These Noble Halls (Shovel Knight: King of Cards)
18. Pride Before Order (Shovel Knight: King of Cards)
19. Select A Character! (Shovel Knight: Showdown)
20. The War in the Mirror (Shovel Knight: Showdown)
21. Make Haste! (Shovel Knight: Showdown)

1. Main Theme (Rayman)
2. Betilla the Fairy (Rayman)
3. Dream Forest (Raman)
4. Bzzt (Rayman)
5. Blazing Brass (Rayman)
6. Mr Sax (Rayman)
7. Harmony (Rayman)
8. Venomous Mr Skops (Rayman)
9. Candy Chataue (Rayman)
10. The Woods of Light (Rayman 2: The Great Escape)
11. King of the Teensies (Rayman 2: The Great Escape)
12. The Hoodoo (Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc)
13. Rayman's Theme (Rayman Arena)
14. Globox's Theme (Rayman Arena)
15. A Sunny Stroll (Rayman Origins)
16. Hi Ho Moskito (Rayman Origins)
17. Land of the Livid Dead (Rayman Origins)
18. Glade of Dreams (Rayman Origins)
19. Jibberish Jungle (Rayman Origins)
20. Medieval Theme (Rayman Legends)
21. Enchanted Forest (Rayman Legends)
22. 20,000 Lums Under The Sea (Rayman Legends)
23. Fiesta de Los Muertos (Rayman Legends)
24. Grannies World Tour (Rayman Legends)

Fatal Fury series:
1. Haremar Faith Capoeria School (Fatal Fury: King of Fighters)
2. The Sea Knows (Fatal Fury: King of Fighters)
3. Kurikinton (Fatal Fury 2)
4. Pasta (Fatal Fury 2)
5. A New Poem That The South of Thailand Wants to Tell (Fatal Fury 2)
6. Tarkun and Kitapy (Fatal Fury 2)
7. Let's Go to Seoul (Fatal Fury 2)
8. The London March (Fatal Fury 2)
9. The Working Matador (Fatal Fury 2)
10. Duck Dub Dub (Fatal Fury Special)
11. Soy Sauce For Geese (Fatal Fury Special)
12. Art of Fighting Ver-23000000.0 (Fatal Fury Special)
13. Big Shot! (Fatal Fury 3)
14. 11th Street (Fatal Fury: Wild Ambition)
15. Ne! (The King of Fighters '94)
16. Psycho Solider Theme King of Fighters 94 Ver. (The King of Fighters '94)
17. Desert Requiem (The King of Fighters '95)
18. ESAKA!! (The King of Fighters '96)
19. Stormy Saxaphone (The King of Fighters '96)
20. KD-0079 (The King of Fighters '99)
21. W.W.III (The King of Fighters '99)
22. 176th Street (The King of Fighters '99)
23. Terry 115 (The King of Fighters 2000)
24. Street Dancer (The King of Fighters XI)
25. New Order (The King of Fighters XI)
26. Undercover (The King of Fightrs 2002 Unlimited Match)
27. Cutting Edge (The King of Fighters 2002 Unlimited Match)
28. The Second Joker (The King of Fighters XIII)
29. Esaka Continues (The King of Fighters XIII)
30. Wild Street (The King of Fighters XIII)
31. Tame a Bad Boy (The King of Fighters XIII)
32. KDD-0063 (The King of Fighters XIII)
33. Yappari Esaka (Te King of Fighters XIV)
34. Soy Sauce For Geese (The King of Fighters XIV)
35. Kuri Kinton Flavor (The King of Fighters XIV)
36. Departure From South Town (The King of Fighters XIV)
37. IKARI (The King of Fighters XIV)
38. Theme of SYD (Alpha Mission)
39. Forest World (Athena)
40. Psycho Soldier Theme (Psycho Soldier)
41. Psycho Solider Theme English (Psycho Soldier)
42. Art of Fight (Art of Fighting)
43. Tuna (Samurai Shodown)
44. Banquet of Nature (Samurai Shodown)
45. Gaia (Samurai Shodown)
46. Main Theme (Metal Slug)
47. Assault Theme (Metal Slug)
48. Final Attack (Metal Slug)
49. Judgement (Metal Slug 2)
50. Blue Water Fangs (Metal Slug 3)

God of War series:
1. The Vengeful Spartan (God of War)
2. Main Title (God of War II)
3. The Glory of Sparta (God of War II)
4. Duel With Hades (God of War III)
5. End of Vengeance (God of War III)
6. God of War (God of War - 2018)
7. Memories of Mother (God of War - 2018)
8. The Summit (God of War - 2018)

Ratchet & Clank series:
1. Veldin - Kyzil Plateau (Ratchet & Clank)
2. Novalis - Tobruk Crater (Ratchet & Clank)
3. Kerwan - Metropolis (Ratchet & Clank)
4. Aranos - Flying Lab (Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando)
5. Barlow - Hoverbike Race (Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando)
6. Qwark's Hideout (Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal)
7. Qwark vs. Nefarious (Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal)
8. Pokitaru (Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters)
9. Giant Clank's Space Battle (Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters)
10. Title Screen (Secret Agent Clank)
11. The Tango of 100 Sorrows (Secret Agent Clank)
12. Hoolefar Turbines (Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest For Booty)
13. Climbing Darkwater's Fleet (Ratchet & Clank Future: Quest For Booty)
14. Main Theme (Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One)
15. Main Theme (Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus)
16. Title Theme (Ratchet & Clank - 2016)
17. Rift Apart (Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart)
18. Festival of Heroes (Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart)

1. Type A (Tetris)
2. Type B (Tetris)
3. Type C (Tetris - Gameboy)
4. Type A (Tetris - NES)
5. Type C (Tetris - NES)
6. Type A (Tetris 2)
7. Type B (Tetris 2)
8. Type C (Tetris 2)
9. 1 Player Music C (Tetris 2 - SNES)
10. Nature (Tetris - CD-i)
11. Happy (Tetris - CD-i)
12. Game Select (Tetris & Dr. Mario)
13. Vs. Duck (Magical Tetris Challenge)
14. Kalinka 2K01 (Tetris Worlds)
15. Connected - Yours Forever (Tetris Effect)
16. 50 Players Remaining (Tetris 99)
17. 10 Players Remaining (Tetris 99)

Rollercoaster Tycoon:
1. Main Theme (Rollercoaster Tycoon)
2. Main Theme (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
3. Urban Style (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
4. Toyland Style (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
5. Techo Style (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
6. Roman Fanfare (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
7. Rock Style 1 (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
8. Rock Style 2 (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
9. Rock Style 3 (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
10. Rag Time (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
11. Modern Style (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
12. Mechanical (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
13. Ice Style (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
14. Fantasy (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
15. Candy (Rollercoaster Tycoon 2)
16. Summer Air (Rollercoaster Tycoon 3)
17. Bubble House (Rollercoaster Tycoon 3)
18. Witch Doctor (Rollercoaster Tycoon 3)
19. Mermaid (Rollercoaster Tycoon 3)
20. Girls Like Spice (Rollercoaster Tycoon 3)
21. Nemesis Quest (Rollercoaster Tycoon 3)

1. Main Menu Music (Fortnite)
2. Dance Medley (Fortnite)
3. OG (Fortnite)
4. Battle Royale (Fortnite)
5. Save The World (Fortnite)
6. Storm King (Fortnite)
7. The Device (Fortnite)
8. The End (Fortnite)
9. After Zero (Fortnite)
10. Wild (Fortnite)
11. Rise Of the Devourer (Fortnite)
12. Best Buds (Fortnite)
13. Orbital Overload (Fortnite)
14. Battle Breakers (Fortnite)
15. Stand And Fight (Fortnite)
16. Wiggle Wild (Fortnite)
17. Sweet Dreams (Fortnite)
18. Banger (Fortnite)
19. Spies! (Fortnite)
20. Dungeons (Fortnite)
21. Sunny's Song (Fortnite)
22. Detonation (Fortnite)
23. Mellow Days (Fortnite)
24. Butter Barn Hoedown (Fortnite)
25. Sky Fire (Fortnite)
26. Space Chimp (Fortnite)
27. Unreal Chill (Fortnite)

1. Greenhorn Forest (Wario World)
2. WarioWare, Inc. (WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$)
3. Ashley's Theme (WarioWare: Touched!)
4. Body Rock (WarioWare: DIY)
5. Tomorrow Hill (WarioWars Smooth Moves)
6. Introducing Wario Deluxe (WarioWare Gold)
7. Penny's Theme (WarioWare: Get It Together!)
8. Sanctuary Guardian (Earthbound)
9. Pollyanna - Vocal (Earthbound)
10. Get on the Bus (Earthbound)
11. You Call This a Utopia!? (Mother 3)
12. Main Theme (Duck Hunt)
13. Classic NES Medley
14. Famicom Medley
15. Duck Hunt Medley (Duck Hunt)
16. Title Theme (Ice Climber)
17. Bonus Round (Balloon Fight)
18. Mach Rider (Mach Rider)
19. NES Sports Medley
20. Title Theme (Excitebike)
21. Intro (Excitebike 64)
22. Fight (Punch-Out!!)
23. Minor Circuit (Super Punch-Out!!)
24. Star Fox Medley
25. Art Museum (Drill Dozer)
26. Boss Incoming (Face Raiders)
27. DRAGON (AR Games)
28. Boss Battle (Miitopia)
29. Slideshow Fun (Wii Photo Channel)
30. NES Classic Edition Menu (NES Classic Edition)
31. SNES Classic Edition Menu (SNES Classic Edition)
32. Sky Ace (Rockin' Kats)
33. Dancing Leaves (Ristar)
34. Bubbly Washing Machine (Super Monkey Ball 2)
35. Wet n’ Windy (Super Monkey Ball: Touch n’ Roll)
36. Model 1 BIOS (Sega CD NTSC)
37. Model 2 BIOS (Sega CD NTSC)
38. Main Menu (Sega Genesis Collection)
39. Retro Dreams (Sega Genesis Ultimate Collection)
40. Menu (Sega Genesis Classic Mini)
41. Fireworks Factory (Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon)
42. Anthology (Activision Anthology)
43. Rathalos (Monster Hunter)
44. Deviljho (Monster Hunter Tri)
45. Proof of a Hero (Monster Hunter 4)
46. Menu (Atari’s Greatest Hits Volume 1)
46. Wolfenstein Title Theme (Wolfenstein)
47. Windy (Conker's Bad Fur Day)
48. Elevator Music (Conker's Bad Fur Day)
49. Rock Solid (Conker's Bad Fur Day)
50. Turbo Tunnel (Battletoads)
51. Title Theme (Battletoads)
52. Intro (Rare Replay)
53. Go! Getsu Fuma (Getsu Fuma Den)
54. Cheese Wheels of Doom (Bubsy in Clawed Encounters of the Furred Kind)
55. Welcome to Wonderland (Bubsy in Fractured Furry Tales)
56. Title (Bubsy 2)
57. Woolies Strike Back (Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back)
58. It's Bugsnax (Bugsnax)
Super Mario
Donkey Kong
The Legend of Zelda
Duck Hunt
Ice Climber
Balloon Fight
Mach Rider
Kung Fu
Wild Gunman
Hogan's Alley
NES Sports
Star Fox
Drill Dozer
Find Mii
AR Games
Space Harrier
Fantasy Zone
Virtua Fighter
Bonanza Bros.
Enduro Racer
Arabian Fight
G-LOC R360
Thunder Blaade
Galaxy Force
Power Drift
Gain Ground
Altered Beast
Golden Axe
Rad Mobile
Virtua Racing
Daytona USA
Virtua Cop
SEGA Rally
Fighting Vipers
Cyber Trooper Virtual-ON
The House of the Dead
Super Monkey Ball
Rockin' Kats
Samba de Amigo
Puyo Puyo
Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing
Crash Bandicoot
Guitar Hero
Call of Duty
Street Fighter
Ace Attorney
Mega Man
Mega Man X
Mega Man Legends
Mega Man Zero
Mega Man Battle Network
Mega Man Star Force
Marvel Vs. Capcom
Monster Hunter
Ghosts 'N Goblins
Final Fight
Captain Commando
Knights of the Round
Armored Warriors
Star Gladiator
Viewtiful Joe
Mortal Kombat
Dig Dug
The Legend of Valkyrie
King & Balloon
Libble Rabble
The Tower of Druaga
Dragon Buster
Sky Kid
Taiko no Tatsujin
Microsoft Windows
Commander Keen
Final Fantasy
Dragon Quest
Tomb Raider
Space Invaders
Metal Gear
Carmen Sandiego
Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing
Shovel Knight
Fatal Fury
Art of Fighting
Psycho Soldier
Alpha Mission
The King of Fighters
Metal Slug
God of War
Roller Coaster Tycoon
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Champion of Hyrule

Smash Ace
Sep 15, 2018
ketchup chips
Job #1: Submit a character to be the top 3 revealed

So in case you couldn’t see, Mario and Sonic are the first two characters to be revealed but I’d like for us to also reveal another character alongside them. Please submit which character you think would be good to be revealed at the game’s announcement and give a brief explanation why. If the character is already in this universe’s smash bros, that’s perfectly fine and you can still submit them.
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Wario Wario Wario

Smash Master
Sep 3, 2017
Jinbe Land
Job #1

It came down to Pac or Crash for my submission, and ultimately Wakka beat Woah thanks to his historical legacy and overall popularity. He'd also demonstrate that fighters don't need to have a set in stone list of powers and weapons to make the cut, and if we desire we can just make **** up.
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Smash Ace
Oct 3, 2020
Job #1: Frogger

Like Mario and Sonic, Frogger is a classic gaming icon. He may not be talked about a lot by this new generation, but he is still an arcade icon. If you don’t know who Frogger is, you have at least seen his gameplay style in action from somewhere. Frogger would be a interesting surprise to be revealed along with Mario and Sonic.


Smash Lord
May 17, 2020
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The year is 2021, in a universe different from ours...

Masahiro Sakurai is a game developer known for making the Kirby series, and nothing really else. He’s made a few small projects but they’ve never really gotten popular. So, it surprised everyone when three years ago Sakurai announced he would stop helping with development of the Kirby series after Star Allies! So... what’s his next project?

Well, Sakurai wants to use his company Sora Ltd. to make the ultimate gaming crossover, the platform fighting game Super Smash Bros! And he wants to do it without the help of Nintendo at all, except for some of their characters! Sakurai will have to use his many connections in the gaming industry to get the licenses for characters new, old, popular, obscure, and most of all exciting to use for this game. But the only question is... which characters?

Well that’s what we’re here for! We’re gonna make a thread for not only the characters but stages, items, alts, and maybe even music! Since this is an alternate universe, I need you to remember the #1 rule...
Forget everything you know about Smash Bros!

okay that’s not really true. You do need to remember how movesets, items and stages work, but other than that, forget about which characters got in and what their movesets were when on this thread because this is a 100% original smash bros where the concept of first and third party dosent exist! (non-videogame characters are still off the table though) Also while it’s certainly not as much as this universe’s smash bros, I still imagine there would be quite a bit of Nintendo characters, although it wouldn’t even be a quarter of the roster unless people here really want it to.

So, does this sound like an interesting universe? Well if it does stay tuned and we’ll speculate on the completely original Super Smash Bros! Job #1 will be posted shortly!

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Series: Super Mario (Nintendo)
Debut: Donkey Kong (1981)
Moves: TBD
Alts: TBD
See the source image

Series: Sonic (Sega)
Debut: Sonic the Hedgehog (1991)
Moves: TBD
Alts: TBD
Btw, who made the Sonic render in the OP? It doesn’t look official to me.


Smash Lord
May 17, 2020
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This is where the image was from: Collection of Sonic HD PNG. | PlusPNG

You're probably right about the render not being official, but the site says the images are free to download and use, so I'll just keep the image.
Found it. Jotiga6 on Deviantart.


Smash Cadet
Jan 24, 2013
Job #1: Crash Bandicoot


We already have Mario and Sonic. So if we're revealing three right at the start, who have people wanted to see fight Mario and Sonic more than Crash? I feel like this best exemplifies the spirit of "all your most dreamed of fights between video game characters!"

Venus of the Desert Bloom

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Jul 30, 2007

Wait... this isn’t your Ocarina of Time, Majora’s Mask, Twilight Princess, Skyward Sword, or BoTW Link! This is the original Link, Retro Link or just Link. Instead of Bombs, Arrows, and other items, he would use other items from the older games such as the Magic Rod, Cane of Byrna, Magical Boomerang, and Pegasus Boots.
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Champion of Hyrule

Smash Ace
Sep 15, 2018
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Venus of the Desert Bloom

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Jul 30, 2007
1. Crash (talk of the town make sense addition)
2. Link (I mean...why not add Link? Seems like a no-brainer to me)
3. Ryu (Mr Video game himself).

While I love wildcard submissions, we are building the core roster up so we need to form a solid basis on which to add future characters on.

Champion of Hyrule

Smash Ace
Sep 15, 2018
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Job #2 is a pretty small one, so I think I'll start it right now:

Submit a roster number.
It has to be between 25 and 55. Try to be realistic, but remember since Smash has a pretty big roster, it might be a slightly bigger number. Also this number does NOT include echo fighters. They will have their own number which we will decide later.
We will probably add DLC onto this number BTW.
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Champion of Hyrule

Smash Ace
Sep 15, 2018
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I’ll give about five more hours to vote for the third character, so if you haven’t voted please do so soon.

Job #2 is still continuing so if you would like to, please submit a roster number for that.

Champion of Hyrule

Smash Ace
Sep 15, 2018
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Just letting all of you know, I changed the name of the thread. Anyways...

Here are the results of the voting:

Ryu 4
Pac-Man 8
Frogger 0
Pitfall Harry 2
Crash Bandicoot 10
Link 6

And so... Looks like Crash is gonna be part of the first three to be announced! We'll have a nice trio of 90s mascots for the announcement, which will probably surprise a lot of people once we start adding characters from other genres and with other tones. Great!

Job #2 dosen't exactly need that many submissions, so I think I'll close it soon so we can start the next thing. If you have a last-minute submission for a roster number, now is the time.

Congratulations keleyeemoh keleyeemoh for the winning submission!
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