Tony’s Guide on Super Smash Bros. for N64

This is probably the longest guide i have ever written. You can tell by the title that this is a guide about Super Smash Bros., a popular video game for the now ancient N64. I spent days testing out moves in order to get the data that appears in this guide. It was hard work but well worth the effort. This guide covers all aspects of Smash, including characters, strategies and techniques. This guide has been overhauled to use a table-less layout in the summer of 2007. Click here to visit.

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3 thoughts to “Tony’s Guide on Super Smash Bros. for N64”

  1. Hey Tony, I have a trick you can use in Super Smash Bros. In Team Battle, have Jigglypuff and either DK or Captain Falcon on your team. Then, in the match, have Jiggly use Sing on one of the opponents, then have DK or Captain Falcon use the giant or Falcon Punch, respectively. If it works, post it on your guide. By the way, your guide ROCKS! Please write more in the future!

  2. Thanks for reading the guide and for the nice comment as well. As for your trick, it definitely works, but on the other hand it might just be easier to have the partner grab the victim so DK/Falcon can get their punch in.

  3. Probably a little late saying this but you should include an advanced players section.

    Perfecting juggling with (Mostly A) light based moves.
    Advanced (B-based) combinations e.g. With link, Bomb – Boomerang – Hook Shot.
    Reactive playing – Meaning to entice the opponent to make a mistimed move and make them pay for it.

    Example of the greatest player >>

    Would be happy to collaborate on such a section if you have the time.

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