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    Welcome to my new and once again improved FAQ.  You might of seen my 
    Castlevania FAQ, and it's different than my first two FAQs.  Well, I 
    tried to make my FAQ better, but it didn't turn out so great!  Anyway, 
    hopefully I will continue to make my FAQs like this.
    Many of you people may not need this FAQ, but I wanted to finish off 
    Sephiroth in Final Fantasy VII, and that held me back.  Also, I did 
    write down that whole Move List and took me almost a whole week to do!  
    If you did anything that was on this FAQ, please e-mail me so I didn't 
    waste two to four weeks doing this!
    Title: Super Smash Bros.
    ESRB Rating: Everyone
    No. of Players: 1-4 Simultaneously
    Battery-Backed Memory: Yes
    Controller Pak: No
    Rumble Pak: Yes
    Released: 1999
    Company: Nintendo/HAL Labortory
    Genre: Tournament Fighter
    Version 1.0 – Made this FAQ
    There is no storyline to this game.  The story is just about a boy 
    playing with his Nintendo action figures.  He sets up those arenas and 
    then plays with them.  At the last arena, whoever the winner of all his 
    other action figures, he makes the boss his own hand.  If his action 
    figure beats his own hand, that figure will be his best toy and always 
    stays on the desk.
    Here are my descriptions of all those characters in the games.  I will 
    also put where the character stars or cameo appearance in a game.
    NES – Nintendo Entertainment System
    SNES – Super Nintendo Entertainment System
    GB – Game Boy
    GBC – Game Boy Color
    ARC – Arcade
    N64 – Nintendo 64
    VB – Virtual Boy
    Game Description: Although best known as the mustached plumber who 
    battles the Turtle Tribe with distinct jumpting action, this 
    internationally-famous hero has also acted as a referee, a driver, and 
    even a doctor!  He's been linked to Princess Peach of Mushroom Kingdom 
    for years, but to this day their true relationship remains a mystery.
    The Works:
    -Donkey Kong (NES/GB/ARC)
    -Donkey Kong Jr. (NES/ARC)
    -Donkey Kong Classics (NES)
    -Mario Bros. (NES)
    -Mario is Missing! (NES/SNES)
    -Super Mario Bros. (NES/GB/SNES)
    -Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES/SNES)
    -Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES/SNES)
    -Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels (NES/GB/SNES)
    -Dr. Mario (GB)
    -Super Mario Land (GB)
    -Super Mario Land 2 (GB)
    -Wario Land <Cameo Appearance> (GB)
    -Super Mario Bros. DELUXE (GBC)
    -Mario's Time Machine (SNES)
    -Super Mario All-Stars (SNES)
    -Super Mario Kart (SNES)
    -Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (SNES)
    -Super Mario World (SNES)
    -Yoshi's Island (SNES)
    -Virtual Tennis (VB)
    -Mario Kart 64 (N64)
    -Super Mario 64 (N64)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: This plumber is a real-time good guy, and his hammer 
    really scares Bowser's enemies!  I think Nintendo made the really best 
    of this popular dude, and he stars in the most games ever made by the 
    company.  That mustache idea was really helpful, too!
    Game Description: Donkey Kong and Mario started out as arch-rivals, but 
    they've patched things up in recent years.  These days, DK spends his 
    time searching the jungle for bananas instead of kidnapping beautiful 
    maidens.  In the past few years, other memebers of the Kong family have 
    cashed in on DK's fame as well, including his favorite nephew, Diddy.
    The Works:
    -Donkey Kong (NES/GB/ARC)
    -Donkey Kong Classics (NES)
    -Donkey Kong Land (GB)
    -Donkey Kong Land 2 <Cameo Appearance> (GB) 
    –Donkey Kong Land 3 <Cameo Appearance> (GB)
    -Donkey Kong Country (SNES)
    -Donkey Kong Country 2 <Cameo Appearance> (SNES)
    -Donkey Kong Country 3 <Cameo Appearance> (SNES)
    -Super Mario Kart (SNES)
    -Mario Kart 64 (N64)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: The most popular monkey in Video Gameland, he is a 
    really great character to play, but he is very rare to be played in 
    games.  He can only be played in DK Country and DK Land by just 
    himself.  Can't way to see him in Donkey Kong 64 (article in Nintendo 
    Power and E3)!
    Game Description: Link is the valiant boy hero from "The Legend of 
    Zelda" series in which he fights against the evil Ganon to recover the 
    Triforce.  Though is tools may change through each adventure, his 
    strength and righteousness remain constant.  With his trusty sword and 
    a variety of weapons, he takes adventure head-on!
    The Works:
    -The Legend of Zelda (NES)
    -Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (NES)
    -The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (GB)
    -The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX (GBC)
    -The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES)
    -Super Mario RPG <Cameo Appearance> (SNES)
    -The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: He is my most favorite character of this game.  I also 
    think that he is the best.  Link has been one of the famous Nintendo 
    characters from far beyond to recently, and his finest Zelda quest had 
    a lot to offer.  But that's not all of what this Hylian person has up 
    his sleeves—expect to see a new game in year 2001.
    Game Description: Samus Aran is the toughest bounty hunter in the 
    galaxy.  Using a special suit powered  by the technology of the bird 
    people which allows her to execute daring aerobatic feats, Samus 
    persues the air-borne life form, Metroid, throughout the universe.
    The Works:
    -Metroid (NES)
    -Metroid 2: Return of Samus (GB)
    -Super Metroid (SNES)
    -Super Mario RPG <Cameo Appearance> (SNES)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: You may think that this is the first time Samus is in 
    3-D, but that's not true.  She has made a cameo appearance in Super 
    Mario RPG at the inn in the forest place.  This is just the first time 
    in 3-D that you can play Samus.  I don't really think that Samus was 
    really popular, and I am just borrowing Metroid 2, so I don't know much 
    about her at all.  All I know is that she can really fit into that she 
    can really destroy those Metroids!
    Game Description: Yoshi is the friendly dinosaur in Yoshi's Island.  He 
    began as Mario's parner, but has now built his own identity, and now 
    appears in many games.  He uses his unique ability to turn whatever he 
    swallows into an egg as his foremost attack.  Yoshis come in a rainbow 
    of colors and are said to have IQ from a very early age.
    The Works:
    -Yoshi! (GB)
    -Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (SNES)
    -Super Mario Kart (SNES)
    -Super Mario World (SNES)
    -Yoshi's Forest (SNES)
    -Yoshi's Island (SNES)
    -Super Mario 64 <Cameo Appearance> (N64)
    -Mario Kart 64 (N64)
    -Yoshi's Story (N64)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: A cute, lovable dino has made itself a little bit more 
    popular and not as cute as Yoshi's Story.  What I think about Yoshi's 
    Story is a mistake to be a game.  I think that game is ranged about a 1 
    year old to a 3 year old.  Us older kids no better than not to play 
    those childish games.  But anyway, people always ask me: "What is 
    Yoshi's Forest?"  Well, I never played the game, but I looked at the 
    box at a store once and it is a tetris-type game.  Anyway, Yoshi better 
    not be as happy in Yoshi's Story: Part II which is heading to your N64 
    in year 2000 or 2001 (this is what I heard—don't know if it is true).
    Game Description: The 8-inch high Kirby hails from a distant, peaceful 
    star.  Like his simplistic appearance, he is an easily-understood 
    character.  True to his instincts, Kirby eats when he gets hungry and 
    sleeps as soon as he grows tired.  Nevertheless, Kirby remains a 
    formidable opponent.  In addition to his distinct flying and swallowing 
    sklls, he also has the ability to copy enemy attacks for ever-changing 
    The Works:
    -Kirby's Dream Land (GB)
    -Kirby's Dream Land 2 (GB)
    -Kirby's Dream Land 3 (GB)
    -Kirby's Pinball Land (GB)
    -Kirby's Dream Course (SNES)
    -Kirby's Super Star (SNES)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: Kirby's Super Star is the most best game that Kirby has 
    starred in.  The problem about the game is the Arena.  It's very, very 
    difficult!  Kirby is by far known one of the popular puff-ball in 
    Nintendoland, but the problem is you don't need to see him in 3-D to 
    enjoy him—you know already that he is just a puff-ball.
    Game Description: Following in his dead father's footsteps as the young 
    leader of the Star Fox Team, Fox McCloud's piloting of the super-high-
    performance ship ARWING for the Lylatian System is still fresh in our 
    memories.  His one weakness may be his difficulty earning the trust of 
    his teammates.
    The Works:
    -Star Fox (SNES)
    -Star Fox 64 (N64)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: Fox is one good leader for the Star Fox team, but 
    wouldn't Falco make a good leader if he wasn't annoying as he is?  Well 
    anyway, Fox is very hard to control and may be a while before you 
    master him in a 1P Game, but otherwise he is the only one that has a 
    gun that doesn't need to be charged.
    Game Description:
    Mouse PKMN
    Height 1'4"
    Weight 13lbs.
    When several of these Pokemon gather, their electricity could cause 
    lightning storms
    (Pokedex excerpt)
    The Works:
    -Pokemon <Red and Blue> (GB)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: The most popular Pokemon in the world, Pikachu will 
    star in his own game, Pokemon Yellow.  But right now, to start you off, 
    here he is in 3-D before Pokemon Stadium arrives.  Pikachu has great 
    attacks for beginners, but I never use him.  Well, I do sometimes…
    Game Description: Though Luigi is hidden in his older brother Mario's 
    shadow, Luigi is, in reality, very popular.  Taller than Mario, Luigi 
    is also jumps higher.  Although he didn't appear in Super Mario 64, in 
    Mario Kart 64 he performed to the best of his ability.  For one who 
    seems to always be in the background, he has many fans that eagerly 
    await his appearance.
    The Works:
    -Mario Bros. (NES/ARC)
    -Mario is Missing (NES/SNES)
    -Super Mario Bros. (NES/SNES)
    -Super Mario Bros. 2 (NES/SNES)
    -Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES/SNES)
    -Super Mario Bros. The Lost Levels (NES/GB/SNES)
    -Super Mario All-Stars (SNES)
    -Super Mario Kart (SNES)
    -Super Mario World (SNES)
    -Mario Kart 64 (N64)
    =Super Mario Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: A very good fighter in Super Smash Bros., and a good 
    racer in both Mario Kart games.  But his landing in his jumps in SMB-
    The Lost Levels is very poor, and so is his jumpings.  I'm used to 
    calling Luigi "Lew-Ghee," but I'm trying to say "Lew-E-Gee" instead.  
    Oh well…anyway, I think Luigi is a real cool fighter in this game.
    Game Description: A regular pilot in a great, galactic race F-ZERO 
    Grand Prix, Captain Falcon is skilled at collecting prize money.  Much 
    about his past remains hidden in shadow, but it's clear that many a 
    villian hold a powerful grudge against him.
    The Works:
    -F-ZERO (SNES)
    -F-ZERO X (N64)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: I don't know anything about this guy, so I'll skip this 
    Game Description: Ness was a seemingly-average kid from Onett, but in 
    truth, he was destined for much more.  When a strange meteorite landed 
    near his himetown, the little boy with psychic powers set out to save 
    the world.  Little has been said about Ness's character, and much 
    remains hidden.
    The Works:
    -Earthbound (SNES)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: Sorry, but I have never played Earthbound, so I can't 
    explain anything about him.
    Game Description: The balloon PKMN with big round eyes.  It sings a 
    smooth melody, sending those who hear it to sleep.  When mad, it puffs 
    itself up.  As a balloon PKMN, its body is light, weak, and easy to 
    blow away.
    The Works:
    -Pokemon <Red and Blue> (GB)
    =Super Smash Bros. (N64)=
    My Description: A waste of time if you ask me!  This Pokemon isn't 
    worth scrap to fight if you ask me, but some people may think that she 
    is strong.  I don't think so.  Face it—her punches are weak and you 
    have to get at least 100% damage to use the sleep move to make them 
    Here are the all the character moves that I have found for each player.
    Punch/Kick – A
    Punch/Kick Combo – A x3
    Uppercut – UP <THEN> A
    Low Kick – DOWN <THEN> A
    Roundhouse – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Headbash – UP + A
    Trip Kick – DOWN + A
    Mega Punch – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Slider – DASH + A
    Fireball – B
    Coin Punchin' Uppercut – UP + B
    Tornado Spin – DOWN + B
    Flip Kick – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Sideways Spin Attack – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Diagonal Spin Attack – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Punch – A
    Overhead Slap – UP <THEN> A
    Downward Slap – DOWN <THEN> A
    Big Punch – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Overhead Slap (different) – UP + A
    Big Slap – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Split Spin Attack – DOWN + A
    Very Strong Kick – DASH + A
    DK Punch – B (press again to release punch)
    DK Spin Punch – UP + B
    DK Ground Punch – DOWN + B
    Overhead Slap (in the air) – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Air-Roll – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Down Kick – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Sword Hit – A
    Sword Combo – A x3
    Overhead Sword Hit – UP <THEN> A
    Downward Sword Hit – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Low Sword Hit – DOWN <THEN> A
    x3 Upward Sword Hits – UP + A
    Super Sword Hit – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Low Sword Hits (front and back) – DOWN + A
    Sword Stab – DASH + A
    Boomerang – B
    Spin Attack – UP + B
    Bomb (press A/R to throw) – DOWN + B
    Upward Stab – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Zigzagged Sword Hits – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Downward Stab – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Double Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Punch – A
    Punch Combo – A x2
    Drop Kick – UP <THEN> A
    Low Trip – DOWN <THEN> A
    Roundhouse – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Upward Flame-Throw – UP + A
    Blast Punch – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Sweep Kick/Trip – DOWN + A
    Ram Attack – DASH + A
    Blaster Charge (press again to release) – B
    Screw Attack – UP + B
    Bombs Away! – DOWN + B
    Upward Spin Attack – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Flame-Throw – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Blast Roll – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Air-Drop Attack – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Kick – A
    Headbutt – UP <THEN> A
    Stronger Kick – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Tail Trip – DOWN <THEN> A
    Leaping Headbutt – UP + A
    Headbutt – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Tail Sweep (front or back of Yoshi; depends) – DOWN + A
    Head Ram – DASH + A
    Tounge Lash – B
    Egg Throw – UP + B
    Downward Dive – DOWN + B
    Vertical Tail Whip – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Fipping Headbutt – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Quick Head Stomp – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Punch – A
    Batch of Punches – A <REPEATEDLY>
    Overhead Kick – UP <THEN> A
    Straight Kick – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Bottom Kick – DOWN <THEN> A
    Flip Kick – UP + A
    Roundhouse – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Split Spin Attack – DOWN + A
    Headfirst Attack – DASH + A
    Swallow (after spitting out, you can use the character's B button 
    attack) – B
    Cutter Attack – UP + B
    Stone – DOWN + B
    Continuous Cartwheel – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Sideways Spin Kick – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Downward Spin Kick – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Punch/Punch Combo – A
    Kicker Kombo – A CONT.
    High Kick – UP <THEN> A
    Tail Trip – DOWN <THEN> A
    Straight Kick – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Flip Kick – UP + A
    Double Jump Spin Attack – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Splits Attack – DOWN + A
    Strong Kick – DASH + A
    Ray Gun – B
    Fire Charge – UP + B
    Bouncing Sheild (if an enemy uses a move or throws an item to you, they 
    get the move or item back to them) – DOWN + B
    Vertical Flip Attack – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Sideways Spin Attack – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Downward Spin Attack – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Air Splits Attack – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Headbutt – A
    Upward Tail Swipe – UP <THEN> A
    Sideway Kick – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Tail Trip – DOWN <THEN> A
    Stronger Upward Tail Swipe – UP + A
    Thundershock Ball – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Low Kick – DOWN + A
    Head Ram – DASH + A
    Thundershock – B
    Teleport - UP + B
    Thunderbolt – DOWN + B
    Tail Spin – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Electric Headbutt – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Dive Attack – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Punch – A
    Punch/Kick Combo – A x3
    Uppercut – UP <THEN> A
    Roundhouse – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Low Kick – DOWN <THEN> A
    Headbash – UP + A
    Super Punch – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Trip – DOWN + A
    "A Lot" of Punches – DASH + A
    Green-ball (just like a fireball, only green and goes straight) – B
    KABOOM! Uppercut – UP + B
    Tornado Spin – DOWN + B
    Flip 'n Kick – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Sideways Spin Attack – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Downward Spin Attack – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Kick/Kick Combo – A
    High-Drop Kick – UP <THEN> A
    Straight Kick – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Below Kick – DOWN <THEN> A
    Shoulder Uppercut – UP + A
    Mega Kick – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Spin Trip – DOWN + A
    Shoulder Bash – DASH + A
    Falcon Punch – B
    Grabbing Attack – UP + B
    Falcon Dive – DOWN + B
    Flip 'n Kick – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Double Kick – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Downward Kick – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Punch/Punch & Kick Combo – A
    Jump and Punch – UP <THEN> A
    Straight Kick – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Below Kick – DOWN <THEN> A
    Overhead Yo-Yo Throw – UP + A
    Bat Hit – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Low Yo-Yo Throw – DOWN + A
    Running Shove – DASH + A
    PK Fire – B
    PK Thunder – UP + B
    Sheild Recover (whenever an enemy touches you, you regain a little bit 
    of lost power) – DOWN + B
    Strong Headbutt – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Air Pushing – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Strong Dive – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    Punch/Punch Combo – A
    Overhead Kick – UP <THEN> A
    Roundhouse – RIGHT/LEFT <THEN> A
    Below Kick – DOWN <THEN> A
    Headbash – UP + A
    Ram Attack – RIGHT/LEFT + A
    Splits – DOWN + A
    Headfirst Attack – DASH + A
    Super Punch – B
    Sing (puts enemies to sleep) – UP + B
    Sleep (if an enemy touches you, they'll go flying) – DOWN + B
    Overhead Slap – JUMP <THEN> UP + A
    Double Sideway Kick – JUMP <THEN> FORWARD + A
    Downward Spin Attack – JUMP <THEN> DOWN + A
    Backward Kick – JUMP <THEN> BACKWARD + A
    These are all the moves for each character.  I don't know the real 
    names of these moves, so you may think, "What the heck?"  But once you 
    do them, you can name them your own.  If you have any questions about 
    these moves or any other moves that I forgot to mention, please e-mail 
    Here are the items in the game, in order of the manual, but with my own 
    Crate – Crates hold the items and can hold up to three items in each 
    crate.  DK can only carry this box, since it's pretty heavy.  He can 
    also jump with it, but only once a jump.
    Barrel – Punch/Kick or throw and roll to break it.  Just make sure to 
    not roll or throw it off the edge!
    Chansey™ Egg – Break to see what's inside!
    Capsule – It's very small, but don't get fooled—if it holds a Bob-Omb 
    or mine, and you kick it open, you can go flying off the arena, so 
    beware!  Just throw it down to reveal what's inside.  It can only hold 
    one item.
    Motion Sensor Bomb (Mine) – Called a "land mine" for short, anyone who 
    steps on this once it is active will fly out of the arena if damage is 
    over 50% for small characters.  75%-100% for bigger characters.
    Bumper – Not a thing that can blow you out, but it can sure knock you 
    off if you don't see it.
    Bob-Omb – The most dangerous item.  One blow from this will send anyone 
    flying out of the arena.
    Poke Ball – Once thrown, a Pokemon comes out.  I don't know what all 
    the Pokemon are, but here are some that I have seen and what the do.
    Goldeen-Just flops there
    Mewoth-Shoots out coins from for directions
    Charizard-Shoots out fire from both sides
    Ninja PKMN(?)-Kicks a person off the arena
    Beedrill-A swarm of Beedrills will come flying from the right to left.
    Flashy PKMN(?)-Just goes away
    Mew-Don't really know what she does
    Beam Sword – The best item that there is if you are asking me.  It also 
    has the most throwing distance than any other item (except the shells).
    Hammer – The strongest item there, but it would be the best item only 
    if you could have for more than 15 sec.
    Fan – Worst item that there is!  The attacking is terrible and throwing 
    distance stinks!  I never use the item…I just let it go.
    Home Run Bat – Bad throwing distance, but if you get close to an enemy 
    and do DASH + A, you could slam the enemy out of the arena for a home 
    Fire Flower – I use this to weaken the enemy, but you have to get 
    mighty close to the enemy.  The throwing attack is very powerful if the 
    enemy took severe damage, but it doesn't throw very far.
    Ray Gun – This baby can shoot an enemy from the far left screen to the 
    far right screen.  The problem is it's only a .16 Laser.
    Star Rod – From the past Kirby games, this rod is very popular.  You 
    can shoot only 20 stars from it, but once you run out of stars, it can 
    be used as a Clobbering Item.  It's not a good one, but it's better 
    than the fan!
    Star – You become invincible once you have the star.  You only get to 
    have for a short limited of time, though.
    Green Shell – A nice item that goes across floor of which it landed on, 
    waiting for anyone (including the one who activated it) to hit it.
    Red Shell – Same thing as a Green Shell, only it can hit numerous 
    amounts of people until it disappears.
    POW – This can be only found in the secret stage, Mushroom Kingdom.  If 
    an enemy or your teammate is on the ground, they will go flying up, and 
    if they have enough damage, they could go flying in the big blue sky!!!
    Maxim Tomato – It recovers 100% damage on your damage meter.
    Heart Containers – It recovers all of your damage on the damage meter.
    POW – Only found in the secret Mushroom Kingdom stage.  Anyone that is 
    on the ground will go high-flying into the air.  More the damage on a 
    damage meter, the more they will fly!
    Here are all the stages that are in the game.
    It has a bumper at the top of the castle in the backround, two ramps 
    with one on each side, a bridge, and a platform with a scrolling 
    platform moving through it.
    <INFO – Owned by: Mario Bros.  Play: Mario Bros.>
    It has two platforms that are going up and down with two treetops and 
    the ground level.  It also has a barrel going right and left at the 
    very bottom of the arena, just in case you don't make it back.
    <INFO – Owned by: DK  Play: Giant DK>
    It has three bridges, a moving platform to the right side, and the 
    ground level.  Lava will sometimes rise up and blow the character out 
    of the arena if over 100% damage.
    <INFO – Owned by: Samus & Captain Falcon  Play: Samus>
    All it has is the top of the ship to walk on and the arwings that fly 
    around it (they sometimes shoot at you).
    <INFO – Owned by: Fox  Play: Fox>
    It has the top of the building, Silph Co., where the window has Pokemon 
    randomly come out (list of what comes out next).  To the right, it has 
    the airplane landing building and to the left has two platforms moving 
    up and down and a small building between them.
    Voltorb-Explodes a couple of seconds after it pops out
    Chansey-Gives out eggs
    Charmander-Shoots out huge fire
    Bulbasaur-Shoots out green lasers
    <INFO – Owned by: Pikachu & Jigglypuff  Play: Pikachu>
    You play the balcony of the castle with three platforms that are atop 
    the balcony, the first roof to the left, and a tower to the right.  
    Watch out for the tornadoes that pop out frequently…they can be a major 
    <INFO – Owned by: Link  Play: Link>
    There are two small platforms at the end of each side of the land, a 
    big platform that is by the backround of the top of the trees, and the 
    base land.  It also has a tree that blows from the Whisper Woods, and 
    might blow you away if you're not paying attention.
    <INFO – Owned by: Kirby & Ness  Play: Kirby Team>
    There are three platforms above the base ground and of course the base 
    ground.  There are also clouds at the right and left of the land (a 
    total of one on the left and three on the right).
    <INFO – Owned by: Yoshi  Play: Yoshi Team>
    This is almost exactly like the Super Mario Bros. game that has all the 
    levels mixed together in one stage.  The background looks cool if you 
    have time to check it.
    <INFO – Owned by: Mario Bros.  Play: Anonymous>
    The following are all the Special Bonus awards that I have found and 
    studied what they do.  I also got some off of Nintendo Power, so thanks 
    from them.
    BONUS AWARD           |    PTS.   |   DESCRIPTION
    Acid Clear             1,000       Acid on Planet Zebus defeats enemy
    All Variations         15,000      Attack enemy with all moves
    ARWING Clear           3,000       Arwing blows away enemy
    Bros. Calamity         12,000      Defeat Luigi without attacking Mario
    Booby Trap             12,000      Enemy gets defeated with Land Mine
    Bumper Clear           3,000       Destroy your enemy with the bumper
    Cheap Shot             -99         Use the same move again and again
    Comet Mystic           7,000       Clear a level while getting a star
    DK Defender            10,000      Destroy Big DK without friends dead
    DK Perfect             50,000      Win LV 6 without allies getting hit
    Easy Clear             ?           Defeat game in Easy Mode
    Fighter Stance         100         Press L when enemy is being killed
    Full Power             5,000       Win without getting hit
    Hard Clear             ?           Defeat game in Hard mode
    Hawk                   10,000      Use mid-air attacks only
    Heart Thorb            8,000       Collect three Heart Containers
    Heavy Damage           10,000      Win with over 300% damage
    Item Strike            10,000      Use items only
    Item Throw             10,000      Defeat an enemy by throwing an item
    Jackpot                3,330       Damage meter displays same numbers
    Judo Warrior           4,000       Just throw your enemies until dead
    Kirby Ranks            12,000      Defeat Kirbys in this order: Mario,
                                       DK, Link, Samus, Yoshi, Kirby, Fox,
    Last Second            10,000      Throw enemy off arena at last second
    Lucky 3                8,000       Defeat enemy at 3:33
    No Damage Clear        300,000     Defeat boss with 0% on Damage Meter
    No Item                5,000       Don't use any items
    No Miss                5,000 or +  What your biggest combo is
    Normal Clear           ?           Beat game in Normal Mode
    Pacifist               30,000      Win without hitting your enemy
    Speed Demon            20,000      Win game in under 12 minutes
    Speed King             50,000      Win game in under 8 minutes
    Star Finish            2,000       Throw enemy into the background
    Trickster              8,000       Clear enemies in sky (LV 2, 7, 10)
    Vegetarian             5,000       Eat three tomatoes
    Very Easy Clear        ?           Defeat game in Very Easy mode
    Very Hard Clear        ?           Defeat game in Very Hard mode
    Yoshi Rainbow          15,000      Defeat Yoshis in order of appearance
    Here is the step-by-step guide for the 1-Player Game.
    STAGE 1: {LINK}
    Possibly the most easiest person to beat.  He uses bombs a lot, and in 
    Very Hard mode, he can really be a pain.  If you are DK, just keep on 
    throwing him, while Captain Falcon is your best bet.  When he isn't 
    looking, use the Falcon Punch and he should go flying.  Mario and Luigi 
    should use their uppercuts, and Ness can use his Yo-Yo.
    STAGE 2: {YOSHI TEAM}-VS. 16
    You can throw these to make sure they never come back, but if you are 
    in a hurry, use these moves: Mario and Luigi should use there uppercuts 
    once for each Yoshi and then Front-Kick them out of the arena.  Link 
    should use his Spin Attack, and DK should use is Whirlwind Move.  Samus 
    is best with her feet, and Yoshi (himself) is best with his throw move.  
    He's also could with the UP + A move, too.  The small guys can use 
    throw, and Fox can use his feet.  Captain Falcon can use his Falcon 
    Punch or Downward Flame Punch, and Ness can use his Yo-Yo.
    Just keep on throwing him until he is out of the arena—it's simple as 
    Coming Soon
    Could be the first challenge that you will face—but they are simple to 
    beat.  Concentrate on not throwing them high.  If you do, they will end 
    up on the ramp sliding down to safety.  If they do get on a ramp, and 
    start coming down, use UP + A before hitting the ground.  Then, when 
    they are in the air, go up in the air and press UP + A.  Keep doing 
    that until are into the background.  Another option of defeating them 
    is the bumper atop of the Mushroom Kingdom Castle (background).  Once 
    they reach around 150%-200% damage, then throw them into the bumper.  
    They should go flying out of the arena.  Another option is to wait 
    until they are at the moving platform that goes back and forth through 
    it's platform.  Keep hitting them with the A button until the platform 
    starts to move back.  Then, go up in the air and then when you are by 
    them, press the A button and they should fall off.  If they make it, 
    keep doing that until they are no longer there.  Now, quickly jump out 
    of that area and go for the next one!  You could also let your partner 
    do the job for you (if you have a good one), but he'll probably end up 
    If you are in Easy or Normal Mode, he'll probably end up killing 
    himself, but if not, just keep on throwing him.  If you are DK, use the 
    Spin-Arm attack until he is over 100%, then throw him backwards into 
    the blue.  Remember that he is lightweight and easy to push around, so 
    use all sorts of strong attacks.  Becareful of his attacks, because 
    they could hurt you.  He also as a good arm at throwing if you are at 
    Hard or Very Hard.
    Maybe the most hardest to beat…or the most easiest.  It depends if he 
    is smart or dumb.  Sometimes, he can get killed by just mis-jumping or 
    blowing himself up.  If he is smart, he'll use is Spin-Arm attack all 
    the time after he double-jumps.  Weak him down, and make sure never to 
    get powered-up for the Super Punch.  If he does, one of your allies 
    could get blown away.  Hopefully you never get Pikachu, Jigglypuff, or 
    Ness.  They are all lightweight and could get blown the easiest.  Your 
    allies would never be able to defeat this guy, so it's all up to you!  
    Defeat him by throwing a crate or a bomb barrel at him, or try to throw 
    him.  DK is the best one to defeat him—he's the strongest.  If DK is 
    one of your allies, then he won't live long.
    Coming Soon
    You may think: "Oh geez! It's just a girl!", but think again!  She 
    packs a major wallop, and uses that rolling move a lot!  The best way 
    to defeat her is to throw her into the oven and let the lava do the 
    work.  Clobbering items also have an effect on her.  The bat item is a 
    great one to do a Home Run move with it.
    Just throw them off of the arena.  Items can help also.
    Throwing him is just a waste of time.  Keep on hitting him and damaging 
    him until he gets to about 250% damage.  Then, use your DASH + A move 
    when he is on the edge of the arena so you can knock him down.  Home 
    Runs don't really have an effect to him in Normal, Hard, and Very Hard 
    Every character has the same bonus stage.  Here's a helpful tip: IGNORE 
    THE POLYGONS THAT ARE IN YOUR WAY!!  Lots of people have asked me this 
    question over and over: "B.J.  If you have played Super Smash Bros. for 
    the 64, have you ever finished bonus 3?  I need help!  My e-mail is: 
    ???@???.???".  Now this will also be posted in the FAQ Hall of Fame 
    that I'll probably make sometime.  Just jump over the polygons and then 
    dash.  Once you just dashed, hold the Control Stick the way you dashed 
    and you will start running from the polygon.  There are five floors to 
    go through until the finish.
    These can be a pain, but they are very easy.  Do the same method you 
    did in the Yoshi Team stage.  There will be a Recovery Item after you 
    defeat around 15 of them.
    He has 300HP (sort of unusual for this fighting game and "HP" is for 
    RPG games).  He's Tricky for some people, and easy for some people.  
    The small and lightweight people that have powers (Ness and Pikachu) 
    could have an easy victory for this stage.  The other big people will 
    be a challenge.  Mario and Luigi can use their Spin Attack or their 
    Uppercut attacks.  DK can use his Spin-Arm, and Link can use his 3x 
    Upper Stabs move.  Samus can use her flaming leg attack, and Captain 
    Falcon can use his flurry of punches.  Ness is best for his Yo-Yo, and 
    Yoshi is best for his leg attacks.  Kirby is good at DOWN + A attack, 
    and Pikachu is too.  Jigglypuff is the worst one, but you can use her A 
    button moves until finished.  No items will appear throught the arena, 
    and you may lose a life with the difficulty setting Normal or above.
    Not many FAQs I have spotted, but there are a couple.
    A. The counter-thing is the Damage Meter, and you need to throw or 
    punch/kick your enemy off the arena.  This isn't like a typical 
    fighting game, you know.
    A. You need to press the A button to pick up an item.  To throw it, 
    press the R button.
    A. Yes, but this one is hidden.  You need to play the Vs. Mode 50 times 
    to open it up.  If you have the Japenese Version of the game, select 
    your very own character, and put the Handicap LV to 5.  Now, select 3 
    computer players, and put their Handicap LV to 5.  Select the Stock 
    Game and put it to 10.  At the end, if you win, you will get the Sound 
    A. You got it.  That's what they are exactly for.
    A. Just ignore the polygons and run from them.  That's why it's called 
    "Race to the Finish."
    All right, I need more FAQs for Super Smash Bros.  If you have any, 
    please e-mail me.
    Here are all the secrets to the game.  Cheat Databases that I have been 
    to get the cheats are in the Credits section.
    To get this guy, you need to get break every target for the 8 main 
    characters in the game.  After you do that, you will have a chance to 
    fight Luigi.  If you win (stop; rewind)…When you win, you will get him.
    To get this guy, you need to beat the 1P Game on any difficulty and 
    life stock in 15 minutes or less.  After you do that, you'll have a 
    chance to fight Captain Falcon.  If you win, you will receive him.
    To get Ness, you need to beat the 1P Game on Normal difficulty with 3 
    lives for your life stock.  It's a tough feat, but it is well-deserved.  
    If you do this task, you will have a chance to fight him.  If you win, 
    you'll get him.  He's hard, but easy to push around.  I perfer using 
    DK, but Link and Pikachu could handle it.
    To get this PKMN, go to the 1P Game and beat with any difficulty and 
    life stock.  If you beat this task (stop; rewind)…When you beat this 
    task, you will be able to fight.  If you win (stop; double rewind)…When 
    you get your grand victory, you'll get her.  She's weak, but has OK B 
    button moves.
    To get the secret Mushroom Kingdom stage for Vs. Mode, just beat the 1P 
    Game with any difficulty and life stock for all 8 main players.  You 
    will find the symbol of the game if you have beaten the game with the 
    To get the Sound Test, just play the Vs. Mode 50 times.
    To get this option, you need to complete Bonus Practice 1 & 2 with 
    every character (including secret ones).  Once you got it, go to the 
    Data Screen.  You have a choice of the Music, Sound Effects, and the 
    To color-change clothes, go to the Character Selection screen.  When 
    you are choosing a character, highlight (don't actually choose) the 
    character and then press one of the four C buttons to change the color 
    of the outfit.
    Go to the Training Mode and select the Saffron City stage.  Move your 
    character back, but don't make him fall off.  Now, whenever the door 
    just opens, go into the air.  Now, try to get inside, but just before 
    you do, press DOWN + B.  He'll hit the Pokemon that is supposed to come 
    out flying back inside.  Now, just go inside before the door closes.  
    When it opens up again, you go out saying "Raichui!"  He has more 
    powerful moves than Pikachu.
    Here's a cool thing to do in Vs. Mode.  Go to Tag Team and have a 
    partner.  If you die during the battle, and you want to play again, 
    just press the START button to get one life from your member.  But 
    before you do, make sure to ask your friend and see if it is all right.
    If you are playing Kirby, and you accidently swallowed a person you 
    didn't want, and now you have their talent, here's a trick to not have 
    the talent.  Just press the L button and the cap will go plopping off.
    These are all the codes that I have found.  Thank you GameSages, 
    Xcheater, and N64 Code Center for these cheats.  Some cheats I got for 
    myself.  If you have any other cheats, please e-mail me them, and you 
    will get credit.
    FAQ Creator    BJ
                   A COUPLE PEOPLE WHO E-MAILED ME
    Secrets        GAME SAGES
                   X CHEATER
                   N64 CODE CENTER
    FAQs Found     GAME FAQS
    Game Developer NINTENDO
                   HAL LABORTORIES
    This is all that I can think of!
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    then I will now what to do with it.
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    From now on, if you put "NAME OF FAQ" – Q and it is supposed to be a 
    personal question, I will put it on my FAQ anyway, so be warned!
    |FAQ LIST|
    Here are all the FAQs that I am planning to make:
    *Star Fox 64 (N64)				*=completed
    *Super Mario 64 (N64)
    *Castlevania 64 (N64)
    *Super Smash Bros. (N64)
    Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon (N64)
    Extreme-G 2 (N64)
    Perfect Dark (N64)
    Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (SNES)
    Final Fantasy VIII (PC)
    Final Fantasy Legend III (GB)
    Zelda: Link's Awakening DX (GB)
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    Thank you for reading my FAQ.  Hopefully you read my other ones!
    (((the end)))
       1999 BJ

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