Super Smash Brothers Melee


Game Secrets Young Links Target Test Trophies Characters Battle Arenas Bonuses Event Matches

Game Secrets

Get Dr. Mario -- Play vs. mode over 100 times or beat 1p mode with Mario without continuing.

Get Falco Lombardi -- Play vs. mode over 300 times or clear 100 Man Melee.(easy with donkey kong if you keep holding the control stick down and pushing B repeatedly which will make a non-stopping Hand Slap Attack)

Get Ganondorf -- Play vs. mode over 600 times or beat event #29, Triforce Gathering.

Get Jigglypuff -- Play vs. mode over 50 times or finish 1p mode with anyone.

Get Luigi -- Play vs. mode over 800 times or finish the first stage in Adventure Mode with a 2 in the timers seconds category. eg: 3:52 Then Luigi will jump off Marios head and you'll fight Luigi and Peach instead of Mario and Peach, beat Luigi in that stage and finish Adventure Mode.

Get Marth -- Play vs. mode over 400 times or play as each 14 normal characters once in any 1p mode.

Get Mewtwo -- Play vs. mode over 700 times or play vs. mode for a total of 20 hours.

Get Mr. Game and Watch -- Play vs. mode over 1000 times or Clear classic, adventure, or target practice with every character.

Get Pichu -- Play vs. mode over 200 times or beat event #37, Legendary Pokémon.

Get Roy -- Play vs. mode over 900 times or beat adventure or classic with Marth without continuing.

Get Young Link -- Play vs. mode over 500 times or beat classic mode with 10 characters(two of the ten have to be Zelda and Link).

Get Brinstar Depths -- Play vs. mode over 50 times.

Get Fourside -- Play vs. mode over 100 times.

Get Big Blue -- Play vs. mode over 150 times.

Get Poké Floats -- Play vs. mode over 200 times.

Get Mushroom Kingdom II -- Get the Birdo trophy(by winning it in the trophy lottery or finding it in the classic, adventure or all-star modes).

Get Flat Zone -- Beat classic mode with Mr. Game and Watch.

Get Battlefield -- Beat All-Star mode with any character.

Get Final Destination -- Beat event match 51, The Showdown(get to it by beating event matches 1-50).

Get Dreamland(from N64) -- Beat Break the Targets with every character.

Get Yoshi's Island(from N64) -- Get over 1323 ft. or more in the Homerun Contest (easy with Yoshi if you bash the bag with the bat two times then jump over it and push Down+A to swing your legs fast on it as many times as you can or use Roy by using the up+A smash attack and then charge up with B to hit it).

Get Kongo Jungle(from N64) -- Finish the 15 Minute Melee(easy with donkey kong if you keep holding the control stick down and pushing B repeatedly which will make a non-stopping Hand Slap Attack).

Unlock Event Matches
-- To get to some Event Matches you need to unlock specific characters, to unlock others, pass almost all the Event Matches that you have(make about 3 that you haven't done remaining and you'll see about the next 10).To unlock Event Match 51, pass the 50 before it. Here is a list of how to unlock the Event Matches:
Levels 11 - 15: Win 6 different matches from Levels 1-10
Levels 16 - 20: Win 10 different matches from Levels 1-15
Levels 21 - 25: Win 16 different matches from Levels 1-20
Levels 26 - 29: Win 22 different matches from Levels 1-25
Level 30: Win 27 different matches from Levels 1-29
Levels 31 - 39: Complete 30 Levels and unlock 4 specific hidden characters
Levels 40 - 50: Complete 30 Levels and unlock all hidden characters but you don't HAVE to unlock Pichu, only if wanted
Level 51: Complete Levels 1-50

Fight Giga Bowser
-- To fight Giga Bowser, you must play Adventure Mode on Normal or higher, then get to the showdown with Bowser and beat him, do all that without using a continue and in under 18 minutes. His trophy will come back from the dead more powerful then it was before! You could also fight Giga Bowser in Event Match 51, The Showdown(where you face Ganondorf, Mewtwo and Giga Bowser).


How to kill Giga Bowser easily -- Use Jigglypuff and keep using her down=B move(rest). Since Giga Bowser is so big, it'll be very easy to hit him with it if you jump right through him. Remember, rest doesn't work if you just stand beside him(it's what some people believe), only if you jump right on top of him and wait until you're in the middle.
Another way is to use Fox or Falco and keep shooting him on one side of the arena and use up=B/side=B right through him if he comes close and quickly run to the other side to repeat the steps until he has atleast three hundred damage(just to be on the safe side). Then use a smash attack to finish him off. If he kills you before you do that and you have another life, use the temporary invinsibility time at the beginning of a new life to get to use the finishing move. I'd be Fox, even though he doesn't paralize when he shoots, he still shoots way faster then Falco and inflicts damage quicker in shooting. Fox is also faster at attacking and running but Falco jumps higher while Fox jumps wider. Most of Fox's attacks are stronger then Falco's.

Hovering Peach -- You probably already figured out that Peach can float if you jump and hold X/Y, but you could also make Peach hover a different way(near the ground) by standing on the ground, holding down on the control stick, and pushing X/Y(and holding it).

Fight Crazy Hand -- To fight Master Hand and Crazy Hand(his partner) both at the same time, then get to Master Hand in Classic Mode(in normal mode or harder) and make him lose half his Stamina all in under 15 minutes, then Crazy Hand will appear and help Master Hand out. Meet the left hand!

Master Hands and Crazy Hands Attacks(and more info) -- This is how much stamina Master Hand and Crazy Hand have: Very Easy = 180, Easy = 250, Normal = 300, Hard = 325, and Very Hard = 360. Master Hand has attacks such as: Finger Laser, Catching, Fist Attack, Slapping, Screw Dive, Finger Shot, Palm Press, Finger Drill, Finger Walking, Punching, and Finger Poke. They work together to fight you. Crazy Hand has attacks such as Struggle, and he can throw bombs as well as do all of the attacks that Master Hand can do.


Get Sound Test -- Beat event match #51(to get to it, beat event matches 1-50).

Get All-Star Mode -- Unlock all 11 secret characters.

Get Random Stage Switch -- Unlock most of the stages.

Get Score Display -- Get 5000 KO's.

Shoot 3 Stars at once -- To shoot three stars at once, get a Star Rod with Sheik or Captain Falcon and shoot a star with it. If done correctly, then you will shoot three stars instead of one.

Go up with the Stage -- When playing in Icicle Mountain, jump right before the stage starts going up fast, you should stay in the same spot on the screen while the stage goes up for a bit.

Throw an Electrode -- You can pick up and throw an Electrode when he begins to turn black.

Alternate Costumes -- While selecting a character, press Y or X to change it's costume.

Call Starfox Team -- In Corneria or Venom, as Fox or Falco, press left right left right on the control pad(+ pad) to call the Starfox team. They will tell you stuff like "look out behind you!", and if you're Fox/Falco and you're battling Fox/Falco(opposite of what you are), if you do this trick, Fox/Falco(oppsosite of what you are) could be the one in the ship that's giving you advice and on the ground battling you at the same time! NOTE:Sometimes you need about ten tries so keep trying, trust me, it works.

Grab the Stage -- Use Link's or Samus's grab(X) to grab hold of the side of a stage.

Daisy Trophy Glitch -- If you rotate the Daisy trophy to look through her hair, you'll see a third eye. NOTE: This doesn't work in newer versions of the game

Spot Celebi or Mew -- To spot Celebi or Mew you need to unlock all the characters, then you'll have a one in two hundred and fifty one chance of seeing them come out of a Pokeball, they just fly away(you get alot of extra bonus points from spotting one of them in 1p mode).



How to finish The Hyrule Dungeon Maze -- The third round in Adventure Mode is The Hyrule Dungeon. The rules are simple: find the Triforce to finish the stage. Unfortunately, the Triforce appears in one of six random spots. The other five spots serve as one-on-one battle arenas where you fight Link (they're a Master Sword instead of a Triforce). You can always skip the battle by jumping over The Master Swords, but you get extra bonus points for defeating all five Links. You always start in the same location. The dungeon is populated with Octorocs and Redeads. Both types of enemies are easily defeated as long as you don't get too close to the Redeads. Look for trophies. They're sometimes hard to spot because the level is so dark. If you have any trouble finding the Triforce, then look at this maze map (the numbers show you where the Master Swords (battles with Link)/Triforce(exit) could be found) If you use the numbers in order(from 1 to 6) then you'll use the fastest way:

Get any pokemon you want in 1p mode -- To get any pokemon you want in 1p mode as your first pokemon, go to Training Mode, keep using pokeballs until you got your desired Pokemon, quit Training and go to 1p mode without using any more pokeballs, the first Pokemon you use in 1p will be the last one you got in Training Mode(a good decision is Mew or Celebi since they give you extra points).

Slip on a UFO -- When you play in Fourside, UFO's come often. Jump on top of one, if you try running on it, you'll run very slow even though your legs move fast, so it's just like ice.

Always slip on a building -- Go to Fourside, then go to the lower level of the highest building on the left side, if done correctly, you shall slip in about half a second.

Change Speed in Shooting Game(credits) -- To fast forward through the Shooting Game after you beat 1p mode, press start, to return to normal speed, press Start again. To make you stop moving, press B, to return back to normal speed, press B again.

Home-Run Contest -- In the Home-Run Contest, you can earn three things. Here is a small list of what they are and how to get them:
Sandbag Trophy: Score 990 ft. or more
Yoshis Island Arena(from N64): Score 1323 ft. or more
Paper Mario Trophy
: Score 1485 ft. or more
These scores may be high and hard to accomplish, but an aesy way to score this high is to do it with Yoshi if you bash the bag with the bat two times then jump over it and push Down+A to swing your legs fast on it as many times as you can or use Roy and use the up+A smash attack three times, then charge up with B and hit it.

Make a Very High Combo in Training -- To make a very high combo in training mode(probably if you're aiming for the Metal Box or Lip's Stick Trophy) use Ness and put it on speed 2, then keep using Pika-Fire(side-B) and you could get around 90 at maximum if you keep hitting and don't miss until you've done it atleast five times.

Young Links Target Test

Young Links Target Test is the only hard target test(everyones else is a piece of cake), most targets are easy, but two specific targets are too hard to break, those targets are the target in the box and in the far top-left corner. But I'll tell you how to destroy all of them one-by-one, just incase you're having trouble with other ones.
Here is a map that shows you how Young Links Target Test Arena looks like, the numbers(1-10) show you what order to break the targets in(you don't have to use this order, but this order is the fastest way to finish it):


First, do a double-jump, Whirling Sword attack (up+B) to destroy the first target.

Now you must wall jump. It could take a bit of practice. Move to the right of the chute, and face left. Jump left and when you hit the wall, hit the control stick right. You'll go up the wall a bit. When you hit the wall again, hit the stick left and keep going until you reach the top of the shaft. You may well come out and fall off. If you do, use the jump you saved and whirling sword to get back onto the left ledge.

To destroy the next target, get out a bomb, double jump, and throw it at the target on the left. It may take a few throws to hit the target, but keep trying.

Next, jump over to the right ledge (the wooden one). Face left and throw your boomerang to the left. As it comes back, jump out of the way. The boomerang will carry on past you, and will go through the wall to hit the target inside the box.(YAAAY!)

Your next target is down below. Go right and land on the left of the arrows. Go right and allow yourself to slide down the gap. If you miss the platform, use your jumps to get back on, and take a swing at it.

When you're done destroying the fourth one, double jump and push up+B to get to the top again. Get onto the right arrow-thing, and stand between the edges, but nearer the left arrow. Face right, and shoot a fully-charged arrow. That will get between the flippers and down the passage to destroy it.

Again, double jump and whirling sword to get onto the ledge above. Destroy the two non-hidden ones with sword slashes.

On the right of the screen is a wooden door which opens and shuts. Jump up onto the top of the box-structure. Use a fire-arrow to shoot the one thats guarded by the door(or you could just go inside which takes more time).

Now, jump and do a whirling sword(up+B) to get above the door and destroy the second-last one. Go back to the box. One left.

Go to the far right of the box, and pull out a bomb. RUN (don't walk - you NEED to run) to the left and double jump as close to the edge as you can. Throw the bomb to the left at the apex of your jump (the highest point). If you need to recover, use the whirling sword and keep trying until the final target is destroyed.

Congratulations - you've completed the most difficult target test.(YAAAAY!)

Trophies

A huge number of trophies are available to earn throughout the game. In total, there are 290 pieces of hardware to collect. The trophies themselves are modeled after things found in many previous Nintendo games. These trophies include things like the Landmaster tank from StarFox 64, the Master Sword from Zelda, and the racers from F-Zero X. Some of these trophies can only obtained only after completing a certain task. The others can be picked up during 1 player mode, or won in the trophy lottery.

Here is a list of all the trophies and how to get them;

#: Name: How to earn:
1 Mario  Complete Classic mode as Mario 
2 Mario Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Mario 
3 Mario Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Mario 
4 Donkey Kong  Complete Classic mode as DK 
5 Donkey Kong Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as DK 
6 Donkey Kong Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as DK 
7 Link  Complete Classic mode as Link 
8 Link Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Link 
9 Link Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Link 
10 Samus Aran  Complete Classic mode as Samus 
11 Samus Aran Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Samus 
12 Samus Aran Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Samus 
13 Yoshi  Complete Classic mode as Yoshi 
14 Yoshi Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Yoshi 
15 Yoshi Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Yoshi 
16 Kirby  Complete Classic mode as Kirby 
17 Kirby Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Kirby 
18 Kirby Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Kirby 
19 Fox McCloud  Complete Classic mode as Fox McCloud 
20 Fox McCloud Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Fox McCloud 
21 Fox McCloud Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Fox McCloud 
22 Pikachu  Complete Classic mode as Pikachu 
23 Pikachu Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Pikachu 
24 Pikachu Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Pikachu 
25 Ness  Complete Classic mode as Ness 
26 Ness Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Ness 
27 Ness Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Ness 
28 Captain Falcon  Complete Classic mode as Captain Falcon 
29 Captain Falcon Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Captain Falcon 
30 Captain Falcon Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Captain Falcon 
31 Bowser  Complete Classic mode as Bowser 
32 Bowser Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Bowser 
33 Bowser Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Bowser 
34 Peach  Complete Classic mode as Peach 
35 Peach Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Peach 
36 Peach Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Peach 
37 Ice Climbers  Complete Classic mode as Ice Climbers 
38 Ice Climbers Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Ice Climbers 
39 Ice Climbers Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Ice Climbers 
40 Zelda  Complete Classic mode as Zelda 
41 Zelda Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Zelda 
42 Zelda Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Zelda 
43 Sheik  Complete Classic mode as Sheik 
44 Sheik Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Sheik 
45 Sheik Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Sheik 
46 Luigi  Complete Classic mode as Luigi 
47 Luigi Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Luigi 
48 Luigi Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Luigi 
49 Jigglypuff  Complete Classic mode as Jigglypuff 
50 Jigglypuff Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Jigglypuff 
51 Jigglypuff Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Jigglypuff 
52 Mewtwo  Complete Classic mode as Mewtwo 
53 Mewtwo Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Mewtwo 
54 Mewtwo Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Mewtwo 
55 Marth  Complete Classic mode as Marth 
56 Marth Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Marth 
57 Marth Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Marth 
58 Mr. Game & Watch  Complete Classic mode as Mr. Game & Watch 
59 Mr. Game & Watch Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Mr. Game & Watch 
60 Mr. Game & Watch Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Mr. Game & Watch 
61 Dr. Mario  Complete Classic mode as Dr. Mario 
62 Dr. Mario Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Dr. Mario 
63 Dr. Mario Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Dr. Mario 
64 Ganondorf  Complete Classic mode as Ganondorf 
65 Ganondorf Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Ganondorf 
66 Ganondorf Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Ganondorf 
67 Falco Lombardi  Complete Classic mode as Falco Lombardi 
68 Falco Lombardi Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Falco Lombardi 
69 Falco Lombardi Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Falco Lombardi 
70 Young Link  Complete Classic mode as Young Link 
71 Young Link Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Young Link 
72 Young Link Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Young Link 
73 Pichu  Complete Classic mode as Pichu 
74 Pichu Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Pichu 
75 Pichu Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Pichu 
76 Roy  Complete Classic mode as Roy 
77 Roy Smash [Adventure]  Complete Adventure mode as Roy 
78 Roy Smash [All-Star]  Complete All-Star mode as Roy 
79 Male Wire Frame  Clear the 100-Man Melee in 240 seconds or less 
80 Female Wire Frame  Defeat more than 100 challengers in Endless Melee Mode 
81 Fighting Wire Frames  Survive 15 minutes in Endless Melee Mode 
82 Giga Bowser  Defeat Giga Bowser, see Giga Bowser Secrets
83 Master Hand  Clear Classic Mode on Hard or Very Hard Difficulty without continuing 
84 Crazy Hand  Complete Adventure Mode on Hard or Very Hard Difficulty without continuing 
85 Food  Play 1,000 Melee matches in VS Mode 
86 Maxim Tomato  Play 10 Melee matches in VS Mode 
87 Heart Container  Play 100 Melee matches in VS Mode 
88 Warp Star  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
89 Ray Gun  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
90 Super Scope  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
91 Fire Flower  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
92 Lip's Stick  Perform 21 or more combos in Training Mode 
93 Star Rod  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
94 Beam Sword  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
95 Home Run Bat  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
96 Fan  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
97 Hammer  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
98 Green Shell  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
99 Red Shell  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
100 Flipper  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
101 Freezie  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
102 Mr. Saturn  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
103 Bob-omb  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
104 Motion-Sensor Bomb  Clear Event Match 3, Bomb-Fest
105 Super Mushroom  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
106 Poison Mushroom  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
107 Starman  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
108 Parasol  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
109 Screw Attack  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
110 Metal Box  Perform 11 or more combos in Training Mode 
111 Bunny Hood  Perform a combined total of 126 or more combos in Training Mode using any character(s), could use more than one character  
112 Cloaking Device  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
113 Barrel Cannon  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
114 Party Ball  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
115 Crate  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
116 Barrel  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
117 Capsule  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
118 Egg  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
119 Smash Coins  Play Coin Battle more than 100 times 
120 Poke Ball  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
121 Venusaur  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
122 Charizard  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
123 Squirtle  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
124 Blastoise  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
125 Clefairy  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
126 Electrode  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
127 Weezing  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
128 Chansey  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
129 Goldeen  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
130 Staryu  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
131 Snorlax  Clear All-Star Mode on Very Hard Difficulty 
132 Articuno  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
133 Zapdos  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
134 Moltres  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
135 Mew  Clear All-Star mode on Hard or Very Hard 
136 Chikorita  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
137 Cyndaquil  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
138 Togepi  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
139 Bellossom  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
140 Maril  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
141 Sudowoodo  Unlock Poke Floats hidden stage 
142 Unown  Set a record of at least 16,503 total combined feet for all characters in the Home Run Contest 
143 Wobbuffet  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
144 Scizor  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
145 Porygon2  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
146 Raikou  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
147 Entei  Clear Event Match 26, Trophy Tussle 2 
148 Suicune  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
149 Lugia  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
150 Ho-oh  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
151 Celebi  Release Celebi from a Pokeball. After unlocking all secret characters, Celebi has a 1 in 251 chance of appearing in a Pokeball 
152 Toad  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
153 Coin  Play Coin Match more than 100 times 
154 Vegetable  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
155 Megavitamins  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
156 Lon Lon Milk  Clear the Target Test in 1,500 seconds or less 
157 Kirby Hat 1  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
158 Kirby Hat 2  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
159 Kirby Hat 3  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
160 Kirby Hat 4  Unlock all hidden characters, excluding the characters listed below 
161 Kirby Hat 5  Unlock Ganondorf, Roy, Pichu, Young Link, Dr. Mario, and Falco Lombardi 
162 Princess Peach's Castle  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
163 Bullet Bill  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
164 Lakitu  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
165 Pidgit  Win it in the Trophy Lottery (after clearing Classic and Adventure Mode), or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
166 Birdo  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
167 Klaptrap  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
168 Shy Guys  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
169 Pak E. Derm  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
170 Tingle  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
171 Moon  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
172 Turtle  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
173 Four Giants  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
174 Master Sword  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
175 Falcon Flyer  Play VS Mode Melee, Tournament Melee, or Special Melee 150 times 
176 F-Zero Racers  Collect every Red Smash Trophy in the game 
177 Mute City  Walk past 10,000m, combined with all characters 
178 Arwing  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
179 Great Fox  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
180 Peppy Hare  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
181 Slippy Toad  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
182 Kraid  Play VS Mode, Tournament Melee, or Special Melee 50 times 
183 Chozo Statue  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
184 Whispy Woods  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
185 Fountain of Dreams  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
186 UFO  Play VS Mode, Tournament Melee, or Special Melee 100 times 
187 Pokemon Stadium  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
188 Game & Watch  Clear Event Match 45 
189 Target  Clear the Target Test with every character 
190 Sandbag  Hit Sandbag 990 feet or more in the Home Run Contest 
191 Battlefield  Clear Regular Match's All-Star Mode 
192 Final Destination  Clear Event Match 51, The Showdown
193 Goomba  Clear Even Match 14, Trophy Tussle 1 
194 Koopa Troopa  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
195 Koopa Paratroopa  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
196 ReDead  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
197 Octorok  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
198 Like Like  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
199 Topi  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
200 Polar Bear  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
201 Raccoon Mario  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
202 Metal Mario  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
203 Paper Mario  Hit Sandbag 1,485 feet or more in the Home Run Contest, see Home-Run Contest Secrets
204 Wario  Clear All-Star Mode without using a continue 
205 Plum  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
206 Daisy  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
207 Waluigi  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
208 Thwomp  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
209 Boo  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
210 Koopa Clown Car  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
211 Viruses  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
212 Bucket  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
213 Racing Kart  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
214 Baby Mario  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
215 Baby Bowser  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
216 Raphael Raven  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
217 Dixie Kong  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
218 King K. Rool  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
219 Goron  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
220 Marin  Unlock the Sound Test 
221 Majora's Mask  Clear Event Match 47, Triforce Gathering
222 Ocarina of Time  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
223 Samurai Goroh  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
224 Dr. Stewart  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
225 Jody Summer  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
226 Landmaster Tank  Earn a combined total of 1,001 KOs 
227 Wolfen  Clear Adventure Mode in 1,100 seconds or less 
228 Andross  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
229 Andross  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
230 Samus's Starship  Escape from Brinstar in Adventure Mode 
231 Metroid  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
232 Ridley  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
233 Fire Kirby  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
234 Fighter Kirby  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
235 Ball Kirby  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
236 Waddle Dee  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
237 King Dedede  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
238 Rick  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
239 Gooey  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
240 Meta-Knight  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
241 Paula  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
242 Jeff  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
243 Poo  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
244 Starman  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
245 Bulbasaur  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
246 Poliwhirl  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
247 Ditto  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
248 Eevee  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
249 Totodile  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
250 Crobat  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
251 Cleffa  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
252 Igglybuff  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
253 Steelix  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
254 Heracross  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
255 Meowth  Collect every Blue Smash Trophy in the game 
256 Professor Oak  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
257 Misty  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
258 ZERO-ONE  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
259 Maruo Maruhige  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
260 Ryota Hayami  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
261 Kensuke Kimachi  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
262 Love Giant  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
263 Hate Giant  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
264 Ray Mk II  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
265 Bayonette  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
266 Annie  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
267 Tom Nook  Earn a total of 1,001 coins or more(doesnt have to be in the lottery)  
268 Totakeke  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
269 Mr. Resetti  Score 5 KOs or more in the Stadium's Cruel Melee 
270 Heririn  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
271 Alpha  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
272 Vacuum Luigi  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
273 Pikmin  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
274 Captain Olimar  Insert a Memory Card with a saved Pikmin file 
275 Excitebike  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
276 Donkey Kong Junior  Collect every playable character's first trophy 
277 Ducks  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
278 Bubbles  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
279 Eggplant Man  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
280 Mach Rider  Clear Classic Mode in 300 seconds or less 
281 Balloon Fighter  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
282 Stanley  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
283 Pit  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
284 Dr. Wright  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
285 Donbe & Hikari  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
286 Ayumi Tachibana  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
287 Monster  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
288 Sheriff  Clear every Target Test in 750 seconds or less 
289 Diskun  Earn points in every Bonus Round category, see Bonuses 
290 GCN  Win it in the Trophy Lottery, or collect it in the 1 Player modes 
Characters



Mario
Attacks: FireBall(B), Cape(side+B), Super Jump Punch(up+B), Mario Tornado(down+B)


Peach Toadstool
Attacks: Toad Smash(B), Peach Bomber(side+B), Peach Parasol(up+B), Vegetable(down+B)


Bowser
Attacks: Fire Breath(B), Koopa Klaw(side+B), Whirling Fortress(up+B), Bowser Bomb(down+B)


Pikachu
Attacks: Thunder Jolt(B), Skull Bash(side+B), Quick Attack(up+B), Thunder(down+B)


Zelda
Attacks: Nayru's Love(B), Din's Fire(side+B), Farores Wind(up+B), Transform(down+B), see
Sheik)


Ness
Attacks: Pika Flash(B), Pika Fire(side+B), Pika Thunder(up+B), Psycic Magnet(down+B)


Yoshi
Attacks: Egg Lay(B), Egg Roll(side+B), Egg Throw(up+B), Yoshi Bomb(down+B)


Link
Attacks: Bow(B), Boomerang(side+B), Spin Attack(up+B), Bomb(down+B)


Fox McCloud
Attacks: Blaster(B), Fox Illusion(side+B), Fire Fox(up+B), Reflector(down+B)


Samus Aran
Attacks: Charge Shot(B), Missile(side+B), Screw Attack(up+B), Bomb(down+B)


Kirby
Attacks: Swallow(B), Hammer(side+B), Final Cutter(up+B), Stone(down+B)


Captain Falcon
Attacks: Falcon Punch(B), Raptor Boost(side+B), Falcon Dive(up+B), Falcon Kick(down+B)


Ice Climbers
Attacks: Ice Shot(B), Squall Hammer(side+B), Belay(up+B), Blizzard(down+B)


Donkey Kong
Attacks: Giant Punch(B), Headbutt(side+B), Spinning Kong(up+B), Hand Slap(down+B)


Sheik
Attacks: Needle Storm(B), Chain(side+B), Vanish(up+B), Transform(down+B,see
Zelda)




All the Characters beyond this point are hidden, to figure out how to unlock them, go to Game Secrets


Luigi
Attacks:Fireball(B), Green Missile(side+B), Super Jump Punch(up+B), Luigi Cyclone(down+B)


Pichu
Attacks: Thunder Jolt(B), Skull Bash(side+B), Agility(up+B), Thunder(down+B)


Marth
Attacks:Shield Breaker(B), Dancing Blade(side+B), Dolphin Slash(up+B), Counter(down+B)


Ganondorf
Attacks: Warlock Punch(B), Gerudo Dragon(side+B), Dark Dive(up+B), Wizards Foot(down+B)


Jigglypuff
Attacks: Rollout(B), Pound(side+B), Sing(up+B), Rest(down+B)


Dr. Mario
Attacks: Megavitamins(B), Super Sheet(side+B), Super Jump Punch(up+B), Dr. Tornado(down+B)


Falco Lombardi
Attacks: Blaster(B), Falco Phantasm(side+B), Fire Bird(up+B), Reflector(down+B)


Mewtwo
Attacks: Shadow Ball(B), Confusion(side+B), Teleport(up+B), Disable(down+B)


Roy
Attacks: Flare Blade(B), Double-Edge Dance(side+B), Blazer(up+B), Counter(down+B)


Young Link
Attacks: Fire Bow(B), Boomerang(side+B), Spin Attack(up+B), Bomb(down+B)


Mr. Game and Watch
Attacks: Chef(B), Judgement(side+B), Fire(up+B), Oil Panic(down+B)


Battle Arenas



Great Bay, Location: Termina
Inspired by scenes of The Legend Of Zelda: Majora's Mask, Great Bay is an awesome place for a battle.


Fountain of Dreams, Location: Dream Land
Platforms suspended by fountains of water make for some interesting action at Kirby's stomping ground.


Yoshi's Story, Location: Yoshi's Island
If you can take your eyes off the scenery, watch out for passing Shy Guys carrying food!


Venom, Location: Lylat System
Fight on the wings of the Great Fox as it cruises through caves on Venom.

Yoshi's Island, Location: Yoshi's Island
Spinning blocks and bottomless pits add to the excitement on Yoshi's Island.

Princess Peach's Castle, Location: Mushroom Kingdom
Buttons, switches and incoming artillery make Peach's Castle a chaotic place to battle.


Kongo Jungle, Location: DK Island
A raging river serves as the backdrop for battles waged on DK Island. Look out for Klap Traps!


Corneria, Location: Lylat System
Battles are always precarious on top of the Great Fox. Arwings frequently buzz by to keep things interesting.


Mushroom Kingdom, Location: Mushroom Kingdom
This level is straight out of the NES classic Super Mario Bros. From breakable blocks to perilous pits, it's a blast from the past.


Hyrule Temple, Location: Hyrule
One of the most massive arenas in the game, the Temple gives plenty of space for players to duke it out.


Jungle Japes, Location: DK Island
If you look closely, you just might spot Cranky Kong here at DK's plush crib.


Green Greens, Location: Dream Land
Kirby's no stranger to the apple-spitting antics of angry trees. Beware of falling fruits, perilous pits and bomb blocks.


Brinstar, Location: Planet Zebes
Samus feels right at home on Planet Zebes, but even her armor is no match for the hot lava which can flood the screen in an instant.


Rainbow Cruise, Location: Mushroom Kingdom
Navigate a plethora of Mario's most menacing platforms in this scrolling arena.


Pokemon Stadium, Location: Kanto
In the Pokemon Stadium, you never know what you'll encounter. The entire arena constantly morphs into knew battle scenes.


Onett, Location: Eagleland
Ness's neighborhood is far from tranquil. Look out for speeding cars and unsteady awnings.


Icicle Mountain, Location: Infinite Glacier
This vertically-scrolling arena is hard to navigate even if you're not busy fighting your friends.For advanced players only!


Mute City, Location: F-Zero Grand Prix
In Mute City, battles take place on a fast-moving platform above the racetrack. When the platform stops, beware of speeding vehicles.




All the Arenas beyond this point are hidden, to figure out how to unlock them, go to
Game Secrets


Brinstar Depths, Location: Planet Zebes
With Kraid raging in the background, the topsy-turvy action in Brinstar Depths is a sight to behold.


Poke Floats, Location: Kanto Skies
Giant Pokemon balloons serving as a skigh-high battleground. You'll have to jump from one Pokemon to another to stay on-screen.


Fourside, Location: Eagleland
High above the cityscape, narrow pits between buildings can spell instant doom. Watch out for UFOs!


Big Blue, Location: F-Zero Grand Prix
It takes lightning-fast reflexes to balance while fighting on top of speeding F-Zero vehicles.


Mushroom Kingdom II, Location: Mushroom Kingdom
A tribute to the 8-bit classic Super Mario Bros II, Mushroom Kingdom II features flash-back graphics and classic tunes.


Dream Land(from N64), Location: Dream Land
Feeling nostalgic about N64? Take a trip down memory lane by revisiting Dream Land!


Yoshi's Island(from N64), Location: Yoshi's Island
The N64 version of the Yoshi's Island battleground has been recreated perfectly, right down to the disapearing clouds.


Kongo Jungle(from N64), Location: DK Island
Donkey Kongs infamous N64 homeland returns. As a last resort, try to hop into the barrel cannon!


Battlefield, Location: Special Stage
Taken from the single player mode, the Battlefield is perfect for duking it out when you're not in the mood for any distractions.


Final Destination, Location: Special Stage
Even more simple then the Battlefield, Final Destination lets you smash to your heart's content on The Master Hand's homecourt.


Flat Zone, Location: Superflat World
Mr.Game & Watch feels right at home on this flat battle arena. Elements of the most popular Game & Watch games pop up to add excitement to the fight.


Bonuses

After you're done a round in 1p mode(Classic, Adventure or All-Star), you'll see the bonus points that you got, it basically shows you what tasks you completed that got you points. If you use every bonus atleast once, you'll get the Diskun Trophy. If you want to see how to complete those tasks, the names of the tasks or how many points you got for completing the task, here is a list. There are 249 whopping bonuses in all!:

Name of Bonus: How to Earn:
Point Value:
Bird of Prey Used only aerial attacks 4000
Combo King Used many combos (Average number of combos is 2.5 or greater) 2500
Juggler Struck an enemy many times while keeping him airborne 1500
Backstabber High percentage of attacks were from the rear (70% or more of total) 2000
Meteor Smash KO'd a foe with a Meteor Attack x 800
Meteor Clear Cleared the level with a Meteor Attack 3000
Exceptional Aim Hit with most attacks 4000
Perfect Aim Hit with all attacks (at least 8 attacks per minute) 10000
All Ground Used all standard ground attacks against enemies 6000
All Aerial Used all standard aerial attacks on enemies 4000
Berserker Attacked in a frenzy (60 attacks or more in 1 minute) 3500
Smash King Used many Smash Attacks (50% or more of all hits) 3000
Smash Maniac Used only Smash Attacks 3500
Smash-less Used no Smash Attacks 1500
Specialist Hit with only special moves 2200
Dedicated Specialist Used only one kind of special move 3100
One-Two Punch Hit consecutively with all weak attacks 1800
First Strike Delivered first blow of match 500
150% Damage Took 150% damage or more. Not valid in team battles 1000
200% Damage Took 200% damage or more. Not valid in team battles 3000
250% Damage Took 250% damage or more. Not valid in team battles 7000
300% Damage Took 300% damage or more. Not valid in team battles 10000
350% Damage Took 350% damage or more. Not valid in team battles 15000
Heavy Damage Took 400% damage or more. Not valid in team battles 20000
All on One Used all attacks except finishing blows on one enemy 20000
All Variations Used all attacks except finishing blows on enemies 10000
Brawler Hit only with direct attacks 2000
Clean Sweep All attacks were low attacks 5000
Flying Meteor Hit a flying enemy with a meteor attack 4000
Lethal Weapon Hit with a wide variety of attacks 7000
Meteor Master Every meteor attack KO'd an opponent (Minimum of 2) 8000
Meteor Survivor Succeeded in recovering from a meteor attack 2000
Precise Aim All attacks hit immediately after execution 10000
Sniper Hit with only flying items 2000
Sweeper High percentage of attacks were low (50% or more of total) 2500
All Thumbs All dash-grab attempts failed (at least four attempted) -1500
Butter Fingers Had a high rate of grab and dash-grab failures -500
Close Call Threw just before enemy broke your hold 2000
Compass Tosser Used all four directional-throw moves 3500
Cuddly Bear Performed at least three grabs but did not attack or throw the enemy 2000
Fists of Fury After grabbing, always held and punched, never threw 2500
Pitcher Fought only with grabs and throws 6000
Pummeler Did a lot of damage by holding and punching foes 1500
Throw Down Threw last foe to clear game 2500
Acrobat Always did a midair jump (No overlap with Cement Shoes) 3000
Aerialist Did not jump from the ground (No overlap with Cement Shoes) 2500
Ambler Walked a lot 2500
Blind Eye Always looked in the opposite direction from oncoming attack 3000
Button Holder Held down the A or B button (for the entire match) 4000
Button Masher Pressed buttons twice as fast as the second-fastest presser 700
Cement Shoes Never jumped, including midair jumps 4000
Cliffhanger Grabbed a lot of edges after being knocked off the stage 2000
Climatic Clash Hit same enemy with progressively stronger blows x 1200
Control Freak Tapped the Control Stick twice as fast as second-fastest tapper 1000
Crowd Favorite Audience cheered for a player 2500
Down, but Not Out Fell all the way down but got back up the most in a match 2000
Eagle Went airbone a lot 1500
Edge Hog Hung from the edge to prevent opponent from doing the same x 2500
Elbow Room Bumped into or pushed foes a lot 2000
Face Planter Always fell face down 1500
Floor Diver Dropped through floors often (over 12 times in 1 minute) 1500
Floored Took a lot of damage from floors (over 50% of damage) 300
Head Banger Hit walls a lot (three or more times per minute) 800
Instant Poser Taunted right after knocking down a foe (within 1 second) x 100
Life on the Edge After being hit, grabbed edge without midair jump x 800
Lost in Space Frequently magnified (1/4 of time in a magnifying glass) 2000
Lost Luggage Was in a magnifying glass on all four sides of the screen 3000
Marathon Man Ran a lot 2000
Master of Suspense Surprised the crowd a lot (three or more times in 1 minute) 2500
Never Look Back Never changed direction 5000
No Hurry Did not run 1000
No R 4 U Did not press the L and R buttons 300
Opportunist Didn't attack for a very long period of time -1000
Pose Breaker Gave a quick weak attack to a taunting opponent x 800
Poser Taunted often (six or more times in 1 minute) 2000
Poser Poseur Taunted right after someone else (within 1 second) x 500
Poser Power Attacked someone with a taunt x 700
Power Shielder Used Power Shield often (three times or more in one minute) 5000
Pratfaller Always landed face up 1500
Punching Bag Got stuck between two enemies and hit back and forth 100
Rock Climber Hung from many edges (four times or more in 1 minute) 800
Rock Steady Did not fall down 3000
Run, Don't Walk Did not walk (Extremely short distance doesn't count) 6500
Shattered Shield Shield was broken by enemy x -1000
Shield Buster Broke enemy's shield x 2500
Shield Saver Dropped shield just before it was broken 500
Shield Stupidity Broke own shield x -2000
Skid Master Had long stun-slide distance (9 feet or more in 1 minute) 1000
Spectator Spent a long time on sloped terrain -2500
Stale Moves Persistently used same attack -2000
Statue Little left-to-right movement 500
Stiff Knees Did not crouch 300
Twinkle Toes Succeeded on every attempt to absorb damage 2500
Bully Always KO'd a particular player -2000
Center Stage Spent a long time in the middle of the arena 2000
Coward Spent a long time a great distance away from enemies -500
Friendly Foe Never pushed an enemy 3000
Half-Minute Man Beat level within 30 seconds 2500
Immortal Never got knocked down 5000
Impervious Didn't suffer a single attack 7000
In the Fray Average distance between you and foes was very small 2000
Merciful Master Won without KO'ing anybody 3000
Moment of Silence Took no damage for 1 minute (No overlap with Impervious) 3000
Pacifist Never attacked even once, including misses 3000
Predator Attacked only opponents with high amounts of damage -1500
Solar Being Left stage only by flying off screen and becoming a star 800
Stalker Always attacked a particular player -1000
Switzerland Never attacked anyone, never took any damage 12000
Assissted KO KO'd a foe with an item x 1500
Avenger KO KO'd a foe right after they KO'd you (within 5 seconds) x 2500
Bank-Shot KO KO'd an enemy with a deflected item x 3000
Bubble-Blast KO Attacked a magnified enemy and KO'd him or her x 1200
Bull's-eye KO KO'd a foe with a firing item x 800
Cheap KO KO'd an enemy from behind x 500
Dead-Weight KO KO'd an enemy by throwing another enemy at him or her x 4000
Double KO KO'd two enemies at once x 2000
Hangman's KO Attacked an enemy who was hanging from an edge for a KO x 2000
Kiss-the-Floor KO Threw an enemy onto a damaging floor for a KO x 1000
KO 64 KO'd an enemy when the enemy was at 64% damage x 640
Poser KO KO'd an enemy with a taunt x 5000
Quadruple KO KO'd four enemies at once x 8000
Quintuple KO KO'd five enemies at once x 15000
Rocket KO Sent all team enemies flying off the top of the screen 5000
Sacrificial KO The same attack KO'd both you and your enemy x 1500
Special KO KO'd an enemy with a special attack x 800
Star KO KO'd an enemy and turned him or her into a star x 300
Timely KO KO'd a foe at the time limit x 3500
Triple KO KO'd three enemies at once x 4000
Wimpy KO KO'd a foe with a weak attack x 4000
Cliff Diver Let go of the edge of a cliff and fell off stage 500
Environmental Hazard Got KO'd by a part of the stage environment 1000
First to Fall First one to be KO'd after match began -1000
Foresight Hit the front of the screen x 500
Ground Pounded Got KO'd by a damaging floor 500
Quitter Fell off a stage without even trying to recover x -1000
Shameful Fall At less than 50%, got KO'd by a foe with over 100% damage x -1500
World Traveler Got KO'd off all four sides of the screen 2000
Angelic Was standing on a revival platform when match ended 2000
Fighter Stance Finished match while taunting 500
Full Power Damage at 0% at finish 2000
Jackpot Damage at end was the same number repeated three times 1110
Last Second Finished with :01 left 5000
Lucky Number Seven Finished with :07 left 3000
Lucky Threes Finished with 3:33 left 3330
Magnified Finish Ended the match in a magnifying glass 1000
Mystic Ended match while off screen 2000
Shooting Star Ended match as a star 1500
Battering Ram Used only battering items (three or more) 1500
Beam Swordsman KO'd a foe with a Beam Sword x 800
Bob-omb Squad Grabbed a Bob-omb just before it exploded and wasn't hurt x 2500
Bomb-omb's Away KO'd by a wandering Bob-omb -500
Bunny-Hood Blast KO'd someone while wearing a Bunny Hood x 1200
Capsule KO KO'd an enemy with a Capsule x 800
Carrier KO KO'd a foe with a large item carrier x 800
Celebi Catcher Celebi appeared 8000
Chuck Wagon Grabbed only throwing items (three or more) 1500
Connoisseur Get every kind of food that appeared 3000
Flame Thrower Got a 10 combo or higher with the Fire Flower 1600
Flipper KO KO'd an enemy with a Flipper x 2000
Flower Finish Had on flower on head when the match ended 1700
Freezie KO Froze an enemy with Freezie, then KO'd him or her x 2000
Gardener Finish Put a flower on an enemy's head at the match's end 2000
Giant KO KO'd a foe while giant x 600
Gourmet Used only food items (three or more) 2000
Hammer Throw Threw the Hammer away 1500
Headless Hammer Grabbed a broken Hammer 2500
Heartthrob Got two or more Heart Containers 2800
Home Run King KO'd an enemy with the Home Run Bat x 600
Invincible Finish Player was invincible at the end of the match x 1200
Invincible KO KO'd a foe while invincible x 800
Invisible KO KO'd a foe while invisible x 800
Item Catcher Caught an item thrown at you x 1000
Item Chucker Hit only by throwing items 3000
Item Collector Got every kind of item that appeared 4000
Item Hog Got 10 or more different kinds of items 4000
Item Self-Destruct Item caused player to self-destruct -1000
Item Smasher Used only smash attacks with swinging weapons 3000
Item Specialist Hit only with item attacks 2000
Item-less Did not use any items 1800
Laser Marksman Hit with every blast from the Ray Gun until it ran out 4000
Mario Maniac Used only Mushrooms, Fire Flowers, or Starmen 8000
Materialist Spent the longest amount of time holding items 100
Metal KO KO'd an enemy while metal x 800
Mew Catcher Mew appeared 10000
Minimalist Spent the least amount of time holding items 1500
Mr. Saturn Fan Only item used was Mr. Saturn 3000
Mrs. Saturn Held Mr. Saturn for 30 seconds or more 1500
Mycologist Got three or more mushrooms 2500
Parasol Finish Was parachuting with the Parasol at match's end 1600
Pokemon KO KO'd a foe with a Pokemon 1000
Reciprocator Threw an item thrown at you back at an enemy x 2000
Saturn Ringer Caught a Mr. Saturn thrown at you 4000
Saturn Siblings Got three or more Mr. Saturns 4000
Screw-Attack KO Used a Screw Attack to KO an enemy x 2500
Screwed Up Held Screw Attack for 30 seconds or more 2000
Shape-Shifter Used only transformation items (three or more) 1500
Straight Shooter Used only shooting items (three or more) 1500
Super Scoper Did 100% damage or more firing the Super Scope 2000
Super Spy KO'd someone with a Motion-Sensor Bomb x 800
Tiny KO KO'd a foe while tiny x 2500
Triple Items Got the same item three times in a row 3000
Vegetarian Got two or more Maxim Tomatoes 1800
Warp-Star KO KO'd a foe using a Warp Star x 1000
Weight Lifter Frequently held heavy items (Over 5 seconds per minute) 1500
Wimp Used only recovery items (three or more) 1500
Goomba KO KO'd a Goomba x 100
Koopa KO KO'd a Koopa x 200
Like Like KO KO'd a Like Like x 500
Octorok KO KO'd an Octorok x 150
Paratroopa KO KO'd a Paratroopa x 300
Polar Bear KO KO'd a Polar Bear x 800
ReDead KO KO'd a ReDead x 300
Shy Guy KO KO'd a Shy Guy x 20
Topi KO KO'd a Topi x 200
Fall Guy Had the most falls -500
Falls Counts each fall (Self-Destructs not counted) x -500
First Place Got 1st place in a timed match 1000
Frequent Faller Had a lot of falls -1000
KO Artist Had a lot of KOs (More than 3 and double second place) 3000
KO Master Had the most KO's (Not awarded if KO Artist is earned) 1500
KO's Counts each KO x 500
Last Place Got last place in a timed match -1000
Master of Disaster Had the most self-destructs -1000
Offensive Artist Caused the most damage 2000
Offensive Master Caused the most damage 1000
Peaceful Warrior Never attacked, but didn't lose the match 5000
SDs Counts each self-destruct x -500
Self-Destructor Had a lot of self-destructs -2000
Whipping Boy Trailed in points from the start to the finish -1500
Wire to Wire Led in points from the start to the finish 2000
Adventure Clear Cleared Adventure Mode 50000
All-Star Clear Cleared All-Star Mode 50000
Classic Clear Cleared Classic Mode 50000
Continuation Cleared by continuing -20000
Melee Master Cleared All-Star Mode without recovering from damage even once 100000
No-Damage Clear Cleared all levels without taking any damage 300000
No-Miss Clear Cleared without losing a single life 10000
Speed Demon Cleared all levels very quickly 20000
Speedster Cleared all levels quickly 10000
Very-Hard Clear Cleared the Very Hard Mode 200000
Crazy Hand KO Defeated Crazy Hand in Classic Mode 80000
Giant Kirby KO Defeted Giant Kirby in Adventure Mode 10000
Giga Bowser KO Defeated Giga Bowser in Adventure Mode 100000
Link Master Defeated all five Links in Adventure Mode 30000
Luigi KO Defeated Luigi in Adventure Mode 20
Metal Bros. KO Defeated Metal Bros. In Adventure Mode 8000
Collector Snagged all trophies that appeared 30000
Hobbyist Got at least one trophy before the stage ended 1000
Target Master Smashed all targets in Target Test 30000

Event Matches

There are 51 Event Matches, you start with 10 at the beginning. To figure out how to unlock Event Matches 11-51, click
here.


Event Match 1: Trouble King
Character: Mario
Opponent(s): Bowser
Arena: Battlefield

Will this feud ever end? As Mario, it's your job to KO Bowser twice before he does the same to you.

Mario is a balanced character who's easy to learn, and Bowser is the slowest character in the game. Take advantage of the situation and pelt Bowser with fireballs and quick attacks. When his damage gets high, a quick smash is all that's needed to send him out of the arena.



Event Match 2: Lord of the Jungle
Character: Giant DK
Opponent(s): Tiny DK
Arena: Kongo Jungle

It's King Kong vs. an ant! As Giant DK, you have to KO tiny DK twice before he KO's you twice.

This battle seems rather lopsided at first, but once you start you'll realize that hitting Tiny DK is an exercise in frustration. If he's on the ground, use down+A attacks, and if he's on a higher platform, use forward+A attacks. Once you get a chance, charge up your Giant Punch fully for a quick KO.


Event Match 3: Bomb-fest
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Samus, Link
Arena: Princess Peach's Castle

So much fire... everything in this match explodes! Pokeballs release Electrode, Samus and Link are bomb happy, and Bob-ombs and Motion Sensor Bombs are everywhere! Everybody has one life to lose.

Try to stay away from all the explosions and grab all the items you can. Bob-ombs and Motion Sensor Bombs are quick and easy ways to destroy your opponents.


Event Match 4: Dino-wrangling
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Giant Yoshi
Arena: Yoshi's Story

With three lives, you must KO Yoshi once. He's a rather big dinosaur here, though, and his attacks almost always hit you.

Use a character you're proficient with, preferably one with a good Meteor Smash. Once his damage gets high, a Meteor Smash near the edge can send him down fast. Yoshi is somewhat clumsy and often falls of the edge by himself.


Event Match 5: Spare Change
Character: Ness
Opponent(s): Captain Falcon
Area: Onett

As Ness, you face Captain Falcon in a Coin Match with a 200 Coin limit. The arena is Onett, so watch out for the speeding vehicles!

Even if you're not good with Ness, this Event Match is a breeze. Just keep smashing Captain Falcon and grab the resulting money that flies from him. KOing him will make half his coins fall to the edge of the arena, so whenever you can, KO him at the sides of the arena. Also, getting smoked by a car releases a ton of money, so lure him down when the "!" exclamation appears.


Event Match 6: Kirbys on Parade
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 3 Small Kirbys
Area: Fountain of Dreams

As the fighter of your choice, you must KO 3 small Kirbys twice. Since they're so tiny, single attacks tend to knock them out.

The Kirbys here are small, sound really funny, and fly off the arena with a single smash. They also seem to be scared of you, and spend more time evading than attacking. They don't put up much of a fight, so this Event Match should be no problem.


Event Match 7: Pokemon Battle
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Pikachu
Arena: Pokemon Stadium

It's a standard 2 life battle against Pikachu. Or so it seems. Regular attacks do nothing to both of you. The only way to attack is to use the Pokeballs that frequently drop from the sky.

Fast characters are the best for this match, like Fox or Captain Falcon. Since you're not attacking, just rush to every Pokeball you see and crack it open. Once Pikachu gets trapped in Pokemon attacks, you should have no problem collecting more Pokeballs.


Event Match 8: Hot Date on Brinstar
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Samus
Arena: Brinstar

It's just you versus Samus, and you each have three lives. You both start off with over 100% damage, though. It's your lucky day, because she starts off with more than you!

Try to avoid using light characters, as you start off with too much damage for comfort. After damaging Samus a bit after the match starts, she flies off the arena rather easily. Just don't fall prey to any of her powerful attacks.


Event Match 9: Hide 'n' Sheik
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 2 Zeldas
Arena: Great Bay

You're against 2 Zeldas, and you each have only one life. Even though they fly off the arena easily, they keep regenerating unless they're KOed in their Sheik form.

When the match starts, immediately use weak, quick attacks to raise the Zeldas' damage meters. Once they turn into Sheik, rush in and hit them with a quick smash before they turn back to Zelda. They're lighter weight than you think.


Event Match 10: All-Star Match 1
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Mario, DK, Yoshi, Peach, Bowser
Arena: Varies

With two lives, you must KO each of the five opponents once in five separate one-on-one battles. Your opponents are the classic Mario series stars.

The first of five All-Star Event Matches, this is a pretty simple Event Match that tests your true fighting skills. As you KO each opponent, the arena changes and another challenger awaits. Try not to take too much damage early on, as losing a life early could spell doom in a later match.


Event Match 11: King of the Mountain
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 2 Ice Climbers(2 pairs)
Arena: Icicle Mountain

You have one life, and the two pairs of Ice Climbers you're against have infinite. The match is yours if you survive for one minute.

Try to select a fast, evasive character, like Pikachu or Fox. Don't focus on attacking the Ice Climbers, as any KO is made in vain. Just run around and avoid their attacks. It's not hard to survive for one minute.


Event Match 12: Seconds, Anyone?
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Captain Falcon
Arena: Mute City

In seven seconds, you must KO the speed demon Captain Falcon, and you both start off with 100% damage.

This Event Match is simple - use Captain Falcon or Ganondorf and open up with a B attack (Falcon Punch/Warlock Punch). He walks into it every time.


Event Match 13: Yoshi's Egg
Character: Yoshi
Opponent(s): Pikachu, Fox, DK
Arena: Rainbow Cruise

As Yoshi, you must protect your egg from your opponents for 55 seconds.

Although Yoshi lacks a triple jump, his double jump is his best evasive maneuver. Grab the egg before your opponents pelt you with it too much, and keep double jumping around them. If you're persistent, you'll survive for 55 seconds.


Event Match 14: Trophy Tussle 1
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 3 Random Characters
Arena: Goomba Trophy

Fighting on the curvy head of a Goomba, you must defeat 3 opponents. Everybody has two lives, and winning will net you a Goomba Trophy.

The opponents are random, and the sloped surfaces of the Goomba is awkward to fight on. Muster every bit of skill you have to avoid falling off while dishing out attacks. Use items to your advantage, and guard the edge of the arena when possible to keep stubborn opponents from coming back.


Event Match 15: Girl Power
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Samus, Peach, Zelda
Arena: Fountain of Dreams

It's you versus the girls, and your character has been made smaller so they sound more female. Everybody has two lives.

This Event Match can be rather tricky, as Fountain of Dreams is a fairly small arena. Try to keep all your opponents on one side to prevent back attacks, and be careful. Your character is smaller and easier to KO than usual. Guard the edge of the arena whenever possible, and keep an eye out for helpful items.


Event Match 16: Kirby's Air-raid
Character: Kirby
Opponent(s): 10 Kirbys
Arena: Corneria

As Kirby, you must dispatch 10 of your fellow men. The catch? You get 38 seconds to KO them all, and only Warp Stars will hurt them.

Your opponents do little more than pace back and forth across the Great Fox. Grab Warp Stars as the parade of puffballs draws near, and use the Control Stick to steer the star mid-air towards the group. It takes a bit of practice to pull this off, but you'll be able to finish this Event Match in no time once you've mastered it.


Event Match 17: Bounty Hunters
Character: Samus
Opponent(s): Bowser
Arena: Jungle Japes

As Samus, you must defeat Bowser before Captain Falcon does. You're unable to damage your fellow Bounty Hunter.

Captain Falcon is surprisingly powerful in this match. The downside to his power is that he occasionally KO's himself by accident. If that happens, the match is basically yours. If he does survive, though, keep grabbing Bowser away with your grappling hook and fling him away from Captain Falcon. Make sure you attack quickly, as Falcon is rather quick to steal your prey right from under your nose.


Event Match 18: Link's Adventure
Character: Link
Opponent(s): Link
Arena: Temple

A battle seen only twice before in the Zelda series, Link must face off against his darker half. Dark Link is exactly like Link except for his appearance. You each have two lives.

If you're good with Link, this Event Match isn't too hard. Keep the battle near either side of the arena, and when Dark Link has enough damage, Spin Attack (up+B) him off the edge. If the battle is kept near the middle, you'll spend too much effort damaging him when it's not necessary.


Event Match 19: Peach's Peril
Character: Mario
Opponent(s): Bowser
Arena: Final Destination

You play the role of Mario the Bodyguard as Bowser makes an attempt to defeat Princess Peach once and for all. Defeating Bowser does nothing - your job is to keep you and Peach alive for one minute.

This Event Match requires persistence. Notice Peach's pattern - all she does is walk back and forth on the arena. Use her predictable nature to your advantage and hurl Bowser behind her. Avoid being damaged too much and keep Bowser out of Peach's face. If you start getting too damaged and the match is almost over, just let Bowser attack her. She can survive for a while. Make sure to use all the items available to your advantage.


Event Match 20: All-Star Match 2
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Samus, Link, Zelda, Captain Falcon, Fox
Arena: Varies

Basically the same setup as All-Star Match 1, you fight five different opponents in one-on-one matches. This time, your opponents are the realistic Nintendo stars.

The same advice for All-Star Match 1 applies. It's a true test of skill and endurance to defeat 5 opponents with two lives. It's not difficult if you use a character you've mastered.


Event Match 21: Ice Breaker
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 2 Ice Climbers(2 pairs)
Arena: Princess Peach's Castle

In one minute, you must defeat two pairs of Ice Climbers. Actually, you only need to defeat one pair - both pink Nanas. KOing a blue Popo will fail the match.

This Event Match is a lot like making eggs - you first must separate. Use regular attacks to eventually pry each pair apart, then send the Nana flying. The Ice Climbers do nothing more than jump up and down constantly, making them easy targets.


Event Match 22: Super Mario 128
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 128 Tiny Marios
Arena: Mushroom Kingdom II

It's just like an early GameCube demo that featured 128 Marios on-screen Only 5 appear at once, but in total you must defeat 128 of the little runts.

Although you get swarmed with a lot of Marios, they're really easy to KO. A single Strong attack is enough to send them off. As the match starts, jump up to either side of the arena and duck down. Keep using sweep attacks to KO the tiny plumbers. If they surround you, jump to the other side of the arena and commence the repeated sweep attacks again.


Event Match 23: Slippy's Invention
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Fox, Falco
Arena: Venom

It's you versus Fox and Falco, and everybody has two lives. However, Slippy created a permanent cloaking device that they both use, so it's really hard to see your attackers. (Funny, I thought the Skedar invented that thing...)

While it's hard to see your opponents, it's not impossible. You can catch glimpses of them as they move around, and they become semi-visible when they attack. Keep the battle on the lower wings, as it's easier to KO them there. Make sure that they're between you and the edge so they don't KO you by surprise. Fox and Falco are both light, so using smash attacks at the edge of the wings is a good way to KO them.


Event Match 24: The Yoshi Herd
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 30 Yoshis
Arena: Yoshi's Island

You have 2 measly minutes to defeat an entire herd of 30 Yoshis. They're really weak, however, and easily KOed with certain attacks.

Find an attack that KOs the Yoshis in one hit and stick with it. They play rather defensively and wait for you to come to them. The arena is awkward to KO opponents in because of the sloped sides. Nonetheless, be persistent and aggressive, but be careful when around the center of the arena, as you can easily fall down without knowing it.


Event Match 25: Gargantuans
Character: Giant Bowser
Opponent(s): Giant DK
Arena: Fourside

Atop the towering skyscrapers of Fourside, you must KO giant DK twice with only one life. A nice touch to this match are the tiny Mario and Peach characters that DK instantly destroys!

As if Bowser weren't already awkward enough to control, now he's bigger and more clumsy! Immediately take the battle to DK and attack him from the right side of the Monotoli Building, keeping DK on the building at the far right. Use a combination of attacks including down+A strong, down+A smash, forward+A strong/smash, down+B, and B. DK will often fall into the space between buildings and be unable to recover. If not, he can be smashed off to the side at about 300% damage.


Event Match 26: Trophy Tussle 2
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 3 Random Characters
Arena: Entei Trophy

The same as the last Trophy Tussle, this time you fight atop the Pokemon Entei Trophy.

The enemies are though to beat in this Event Match, except for one thing: one opponent will always stay to the left of the arena as if guarding Entei's head. Use that to your advantage and leave him/her alone until the other two are defeated. Once they're KOed, use items to bring the battle to the lone, territorial opponent. If you don't get too close, he/she often won't even try to retaliate until it's too late. Hit and run, hit and run... don't take too much time, though, because there IS a time limit.


Event Match 27: Cold Armor
Character: Samus
Opponent(s): 3 Metal Samus
Arena: Brinstar Depths

With a single life, you must defeat a team of 3 Metal Samus twice. Being metal, they're hard to send off the arena, but it's even harder for them to recover!

A simple trick will get you through this Event Match: Samus's down+A smash. Stand at the edge of the arena, facing your opponents. The down+A smash will sweep your opponents behind you, off the edge of the arena. They can be KOed like this at fairly low damage, but be careful. When the arena starts rotating, high-tail it to a safe spot.


Event Match 28: Puffballs Unite!
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 14 Kirbys
Arena: Green Greens

As the character of your choice, you must defeat 14 Kirbys, each with a copied ability. You have to be a speed demon to clear this, because you only get two minutes. That works out to 8.5 seconds a Kirby!

This works best with a strong character. When you start the match, head to either side of the arena, at the very edge. As the puffballs bound towards you, roll back and hit them with a strong smash. If you guard the edge you should be able to defeat a few of them at a time. Keep switching sides of the arena and use the above strategy to KO the Kirbys at an alarming rate. Or just be Donkey Kong and stay in the middle while holding down and pushing B repeatedly(Hand Slap Attack) without stopping.


Event Match 29: Triforce Gathering
Character: Link
Opponent(s): Ganondorf
Arena: Temple

As Link, you team up with Zelda to try and defeat the evil Ganondorf. You and Zelda get 1 life each while Ganondorf gets 2. If you haven't unlocked him already, after clearing this Event Match you'll get a crack at earning Ganondorf as a secret character.

Even though you're teamed up against a lone opponent, do not underestimate him. Ganondorf is slow but very powerful, and a death of either you or Zelda will fail the match. Attacking the Gerudo thief is really simple - make sure Zelda is on the other side of him when you start attacking, and you'll both pummel him into oblivion. Keep the match to the sides of the arena, as a Spin Attack will be able to KO him there.


Event Match 30: All-Star Match 3
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Kirby, Pikachu, Ness, Ice Climbers
Arena: Varies

The same setup as the previous All-Star matches, you're up against the smaller Nintendo stars this time.

This All-Star Match is pretty simple in that your opponents are all lightweight. They don't need too much damage to be sent soaring from the field of battle.


Event Match 31: Mario Bros. Madness
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Mario, Luigi
Arena: Mushroom Kingdom

Up against the Super Mario Bros. heroes, you must earn more points than them in two minutes.

Unlike most of the other Event Matches, you're playing for points in this, not lives. Therefore, you all get infinite lives, but you must achieve more KOs than them. What makes it simpler on your part is their team aspect - KO each of them once, and they'll have to KO you twice in order to catch up. Spend a bit of time damaging them, then lure them to the sides of the arena for quick KOs. Once you're in the lead, you can just kill some time if you don't feel like fighting.


Event Match 32: Target Aquired
Character: Falco
Opponent(s): Jigglypuff
Arena: Corneria

In one minute, try to KO Jigglypuff as much as you can. Your only real opponent is the team of Arwings that seems to want the 'puff dead more than you do. If Jigglypuff is KOed more by the Arwings than you, you fail.

Be firm and direct with your attacks. Avoid Arwing fire as much as possible and take out Jigglypuff as many times as you can. Spend little time damaging and more time smashing at the side of the arena. Keep her out of the air and use any items you can get your hands on.


Event Match 33: Lethal Marathon
Character: Captain Falcon
Opponent(s): N/A
Arena: F-Zero Grand Prix (Adventure Mode Stage)

As the speed-demon Captain Falcon, you must race through Adventure Mode's F-Zero Grand Prix stage in 45 seconds. As if that's not a challenge, the gameplay speed is cranked up, making control really awkward.

It helps to have played through Adventure Mode as Captain Falcon before. Practice dashing on double speed Training Mode, as it can be tricky to run unless you really hammer on that Control Stick. Here's the basic strategy for surviving: jump up to the fourth overhead platform you come by, and wait for the racers to whiz by. Keep running and wait on the platforms suspended over the water for another pass. After those two groups of racers pass, the goal is in the clear.


Event Match 34: Seven Years
Character: Young Link
Opponent(s): Link
Arena: Great Bay

Seven Years really makes a difference in one's fighting style. As the quick and mobile Young Link, you must defeat the older incarnation of yourself, of whom is slower but more powerful. You each get 3 lives.

Players who are new to Young Link will find this Event Match impossible. With some practice, though, you'll be able to sort out his good and bad moves. Keep in mind that his forward+A smash doesn't send opponents flying, and you'll have to follow it up with another tap of A to dish out a real smash. His down+A smash is a good substitute. As for battling Link, try to keep the fight near the bottom of the arena. If you can knock him down into the water below the deck, he'll often be unable to recover.


Event Match 35: Time for a Checkup
Character: Luigi
Opponent(s): Dr. Mario, Peach
Arena: Yoshi's Story

In the happy Yoshi's Story environment, you get ambushed by Dr. Mario and his nurse Peach. You probably didn't pay your bill... either way, everybody has one life, and the difficulty has been cranked up.

The best way to beat this is practice. Not only is Luigi a weird character to start using, but Dr. Mario and Peach are surprisingly aggressive. Other than the little quirks mentioned above, it's a basic two-on-one match. Keep them on one side of you, and don't get double teamed. It's not wise to attempt Luigi's Fire Jump Punch or Green Missile because, hit or no hit, you'll be left vulnerable.


Event Match 36: Space Travelers
Character: Ness
Opponent(s): Samus, Kirby, Fox, Captain Falcon, Falco
Arena: Varies

As Ness, you must defend Earth from the likes of space travelers. You get only one life, but you only face one opponent at a time.

You must be very proficient with Ness to clear this Event Match. It starts off easy, but it quickly becomes difficult after KOing Kirby. You face your first 3 foes on Fourside, then the arena changes to Battlefield where you face the final 2 opponents. Both of these arenas present an opportunity to Meteor Smash your adversaries into gaps below, so if possible set it up. In Fourside, you can rake up cheesy KOs simply by tossing items or PK Fire at your foes as they jump across the gaps - they'll mid-air dodge then plummet straight down. Don't forget Ness's throw! It's more powerful than most other characters'.


Event Match 37: Legendary Pokemon
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 4 Wireframes, Jigglypuff
Arena: Battlefield

With one life, you have to defeat 4 Wireframes and a Jigglypuff twice each. The catch? All the Pokeballs contain ultra-powerful, Legendary Pokemon! Clearing this Event Match gives you a chance to earn the baby Pokemon Pichu as a hidden character.

Although intimidating at first, with the right strategy this Event Match is a breeze. Focus not on KOing your foes with regular attacks - instead, just push them out of your way to grab every Pokeball you can find. They all contain extremely powerful Pokemon that will happily damage them for you! Since Jigglypuff is the only other character who'll collect Pokeballs, try to get rid of her first.


Event Match 38: Super Mario Bros. 2
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Mario, Luigi, Peach
Arena: Mushroom Kingdom II

Everybody has two lives, and you're against the Super Mario Bros. 2 crew (Toad isn't a playable character, just one of Peach's moves). To complete the ensemble, you're fighting in none other than the Super Mario Bros. 2 recreation arena!

As with any 3-on-1 match where you're the lone gunman, move around a lot to prevent double and triple team attacks. Mushroom Kingdom II is a death trap, as simple, weak attacks often spell doom because of the tight boundaries. Damage a little, smash a lot - you'll dish out quick KOs that way.


Event Match 39: Jigglypuff Live!
Character: Jigglypuff
Opponent(s): 3 Jigglypuffs
Arena: Pokemon Stadium

It's the most adorable concert ever! Four Jigglypuff grab the center of Pokemon Stadium in an apparent fight for the microphone. Lucky you - 3 of them have decided to team up against you!

You can recognize your own 'puff by its lack of accessories. Nonetheless, 3-on-1 matches are hard enough without being forced to fight as a character you probably don't normally use. Be evasive and don't attack until it's safe. The 'puffs can easily get the better of you unless you set up correctly. Jigglypuff's most famous move, Rest, will only hit if the center of her body is touching the opponent(s), but if it hits they're outta there! Try using it when they're in clustered groups.


Event Match 40: All-Star Match 4
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Marth, Luigi, Jigglpuff, Mewtwo, Mr. Game & Watch
Arena: Varies

You're probably getting used to All-Star Matches, but this time you're against a slew of hidden characters.

Same strategy as all the other All-Star Matches applies, but it may be a good idea to get used to facing Mewtwo and Mr. Game and Watch, the characters you probably only recently unlocked to gain access to this Event Match.


Event Match 41: En Garde!
Character: Marth
Opponent(s): Link
Arena: Temple

As the mighty swordsman Marth, you must defeat Link in a battle of steel. You both have two lives and fight in the spacious Temple arena.

It's a standard 1-on-1 battle. It helps to practice Marth's moves a bit first. Take advantage of Marth's range and speed, and use the forward+A smash to finish off Link.


Event Match 42: Trouble King 2
Character: Luigi
Opponent(s): Giant Bowser
Arena: Poke Floats

As Luigi, face-off against Giant Bowser in the aerial arena Poke Floats. You each have two lives.

This is a lot more difficult than the first Trouble King match. If you lure Bowser to the edge of the arena, he'll sometimes butt-stomp right off the edge. The best strategy is to consistently attack Bowser with different smashes when he's at the edge. He'll often fall off. Beware: a single attack is all that's needed to KO you.


Event Match 43: Birds of Prey
Character: Fox
Opponent(s): Captain Falcon, Falco
Arena: Big Blue

Fox is forced to fight a team consisting of his fellow wingman Falco and the F-Zero master Captain Falcon. Everybody has two lives, and the action takes place upon the racing vehicles of the F-Zero Grand Prix.

This match can be excruciatingly difficult because of the speed of all the characters - Fox, Falco, and Captain Falcon are all very fast fighters. Get used to Fox, as his jumping is different from most of the other characters. Lure your opponents to the overhead platforms, then quickly roll and smash them into the side boundaries. Keep in mind that if you fall on the track, you have a second or two to jump back up before being forced off the arena.


Event Match 44: Mewtwo Strikes!
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Zelda, Mewtwo
Arena: Battlefield

The match starts off as a standard 1-on-1 battle - you versus Zelda. Mewtwo soon enters the fray, though, and you'll find out that KOing Zelda will fail the Event Match. Your objective is to KO Mewtwo before Zelda or Mewtwo do the same to you.

Although you can't KO Zelda, it helps to damage her and keep her out of the way for 15 seconds, after which Mewtwo appears. Focus on evading both of their attacks while giving Mewtwo the ol' KO.


Event Match 45: Game & Watch Forever!
Character: Mr. Game & Watch
Opponent(s): 25 Mr. Game & Watch
Arena: Flat Zone

As a red Mr. Game & Watch, you must defeat 25 of your weaker bretheren. You get 3 lives, and you play on your home soil: Flat Zone.

This is even easier than the final All-Star match because you get 3 lives. Just dish out constant smashes and your opponents will drop like flies.


Event Match 46: Fire Emblem Pride
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Marth, Roy
Arena: Temple

The two stars of Fire Emblem have joined forces against you. It takes place on the wide open landscape of the Hyrule Temple, and everybody has 3 lives.

Marth and Roy are very balanced fighters, but they do have their disadvantages. They lack projectiles, and they can't string together fast attacks easily. Attack them from the air and with projectiles - they won't stand a chance. If you attack them head-on, they'll give you a beating with skilled swordplay and counters.


Event Match 47: Trophy Tussle 3
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): 3 Random Characters
Arena: Majora's Mask Trophy

It's the last battle for a trophy. This time, it's for the Majora's Mask trophy. The mask's numerous spikes sure make the battle interesting!

The trick to clearing this match is to not stay in one spot for too long. On either side of the mask, you're susceptible to being edge-guarded, and in the middle you'll be the victim of large combos. Use large-area attacks to damage your foes, and head to the edge of the mask to send 'em away.


Event Match 48: Pikachu and Pichu
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Pikachu, 2 Pichu
Arena: Dream Land

Pikachu's job is to protect its two babies. With two lives, you must KO both Pichu. KOing the Pikachu is a vain attempt, as it will not die.

This one is trickier than it looks. You're in for an extended shock treatment session against these little critters! They're all really aggressive, although you only have to KO the two lighter Pokemon. Watch out for their electric attacks, and get Pikachu out of your face so you have a chance to eliminate the two Pichu.


Event Match 49: All-Star Match Deluxe
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Dr. Mario, Falco, Pichu, Young Link, Roy, Ganondorf
Arena: Varies

The final All-Star Match is also the longest one. You face six opponents, of whom are all hidden clones of other characters.

This is a fairly easy Event Match, considering it's the third last one. You've already played against variations of these fighters before, so they shouldn't have too many nasty surprises for you.


Event Match 50: Final Destination Match
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Master Hand, Crazy Hand
Arena: Final Destination

If you've cleared Classic mode fast enough on Normal or Harder, you've already met these two skilled hands. With one life, you must deal 300% damage to each hand to KO them.

It really helps to have already memorized Master Hand's and Crazy Hand's attack patterns. They usually throw signals to each of their attacks, so keep an eye out for them and perform the necessary evasive maneuvers. Ganondorf is an excellent choice for this Event Match, as his up+A smash deals up to 50% damage. He's slow, but his strength is well worth it. Focus on one hand at a time, as the match gets much easier with only one hand slapping you around.


Event Match 51: The Showdown
Character: Your choice
Opponent(s): Ganondorf, Mewtwo, Giga Bowser
Arena: Final Destination

This is it! The final Event Match. Don't expect a cakewalk, though, because this is by far the most grueling test of skill yet. You're against a team consisting of a psychic master, a physical powerhouse, and a looming monster. Everybody has 3 lives, and you're on the most basic arena - Final Destination.

By far your most challenging adversary is Giga Bowser - he's completely ruthless. The character of choice for this Event Match is none other than Jigglypuff. Her down+B Rest move will KO Giga Bowser at really low damage, assuming you've lured him to the edge already. This Rest move takes considerable practice to pull off. Jigglypuff's center of gravity needs to be near another character's center of gravity. Activate this attack when you're floating directly through an opponent. Because of his size, Giga Bowser is the easiest character to hit with the Rest move. Once he's done for, you should have enough stamina left to survive Mewtwo and Ganondorf. At this phase of the battle, items should be your number 1 goal.



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