The Mysterious Nine Project is the third game in the MXP series and the final one of the original trilogy consisting of The Mysterious Five and The Mysterious Seven Projects. As of April 15th, 2015, all nine members have been confirmed -- Exotoro, PabloDePablo, MeGa eXal, Drackula, Sr. Wario, GamingDylan, Pyrostar, Mirai Moon and Athena Hawkins (formerly Peppermint Princess).
It is the first game in the MXP series to be released for two different generations of Nintendo consoles -- the Wii U and the Nintendo Switch. It is also the first to be rated M, due to strong language and the bloody fatalities.
In the My Music menu, the player can choose from nine theme songs for the game -- Fall Out Boy - "The Phoenix", Panic! at the Disco - Victorious (RAC mix) , (Exo's song), (Pablo's song), (Dylan's song), Green Day - Basket Case, Nightcore - "My Demons", Project M Theme, and Metallica - "Fight Fire With Fire".
It's a Smash clone with very few differences. Boop.
- Over the Novelty Wall (Story Mode I): The main story mode. Mysterious Five Organization enters a world known as the Novelty Dimension, where they meet the Novelty Nine.
- In The Air Tonight (Story Mode II): The secondary unlockable Story Mode. Dexter goes back in time with the help of the goddess Oceanbird to stop the creation of Uncle Grandpa.
- The Dead Kingdom - A giant dungeon filled to the brim with zombies and undead creepy crawlies. Get some loot and unlock some new characters!
- Adventure Mode - A mode that pits you off against random challengers with random effects. There are also a few minigames. The final match pits you off against TBA.
- Classic Mode - A mode that pits you off against challengers without random effects or minigames. The final match pits you off against TBA.
- Regular Mode - This takes place on one big stage, with you able to take on any opponents that you come across. Half-way through the mode you will encounter a huge change-up (reverse gravity, bad weather, nuclear attack...) that you must adapt to.
- Blast to the Past - This mode is similar to Adventure Mode, but there are Time Gates on your paths that represent different time eras, such as the 70's or the 90's. This mode can be played to unlock trophies and possibly a new character. You go up against the Time Eater in the end.
- All-Star - Unlike the Super Smash Bros. mode of the same name, this mode is not chronologically organized; rather, it pits you against familiar characters categorized by multiverse, such as Gumball Watterson for the Spursverse and Zim for the Lapisverse.
- Robot Rampage - A mode based off of the Super Duel Mode in Mario Party 5. Here, you face off in 3D battlefields unique to the mode, using mechas. You can customize your mecha using several parts from different franchises, which you unlock in other modes.
- Battle Theater - This mode features gameplay similar to the Battle Theater games.
- Like A Boss - Play as any boss from the game that you've battled and defeat all of the enemies.
- Scripts - Choose a character and battle every other character, each match with their own conditions.
- Slime Pit - Your character is trapped in a slime pit! Luckily the slime seems to be radiating power, filling up the super bar faster than usual. Take out armies of enemies with your super move!
- Hotel California - Choose your character to check in for 122 straight battles in the increasingly reality-warped Hotel California, from the lobby help to a rooftop battle with Satan herself! As you progress, characters are more warped and more difficult to defeat.
- Rhythmic - Go through your choice of Classic, Regular, or Hotel California with an added feature - all attacks are nerfed, and the only way to get back up to regular damage is to string combos to the beat of the music!
- Quest Time - Go on quests for various NPCs in a huge big levels and explore various dungeons and towns to get glory, gold, and even new playable characters!
- Hyperspace Builder - Unique take on the Stage Builder where you can literally tear out pieces of other stages and glue them into a special type of stage called the Hyperspace. Hyperspaces can be linked to other Hyperspaces to create gargantuan stages, and oftentimes can feature distorted mechanics such as low gravity or a sudden spike in knockback power.
- Bust-Up - Gameplay is similar to games like Crackdown and Grand Theft Auto. You can choose to be a G.U.N. agent or a gang member, and explore a large city, fighting for control over it. Finding Mysterious Orbs can unlock surprising secrets in the game.
- The Infiltration - Within this mode, fight your way through a mechanical base and take out intoxicated fighters in your way! If spotted, prepare to fight waves of enemies that come your way! The game ends when you reach the core of the base and fight a large, radiation-inflated enemy.
- Mirror Combat - In this mode, you battle a character that incorperates elements of your playstyle into theirs! What new techniques you learn with that character will be added to them, they can be made into very fearsome opponents indeed, especially if you're very good at the game. You can share your "mirror fighters" with friends or spread them online!
- Pit of 1000 Trials - A continuous mode that you can save progress in -- make your way through literally a thousand challenges, and earn awards for every tenth floor you pass! For every tenth floor, you take on a tougher challenge or fighter tougher enemies. For every twenty-fifth, you have to plow your way through a labyrinth! For every fiftieth, you have to take on a unique challenge, such as racing a character to the end or battling a very powerful foe under select conditions. For each hundredth, you fight a super powerful enemy! At the bottom of this pit is the most feared of foes...defeat them to earn too many awards!
- Brawl - The standard mode. Up to eight people can play at once, using any of the following controllers: a Switch Joy-Con (or two connected with a grip/tablet screen), Switch Pro Controller, Wii U GamePad, Wii Remote (plus Nunchuck or Classic Controller), Wii U Pro Controller, GameCube Controller (requires adapter), Nintendo 64 Controller (requires adapter), or any system of the Nintendo 3DS family. Note that only a handful of stages are compatible with 5-8 player gameplay.
- Robot War - A multi-player version of Robot Rampage.
- Skyscrapers and Scorpions - A mode where one player plays as all stage hazards and enemies and the other players must beat him.
- Slime Battle - Mysterious slime radiates powers, causing Super Moves to fill up over time faster than usual. Unleash the carnage.
- Rhythmic - See who can complete Classic, Adventure, All-Star, Regular, Blast to the Past, or Hotel California first with one rule - all attacks are nerfed, and the only way to get back up to regular damage is to string combos to the beat of the music!
- Play Online - Title says all. Take yourself and/or your friends online to compete with fighters all over the world. See who is the best of the best!
- Master Builder Fight - One player uses the Wii U Gamepad to mess around with the structure of the stage while players try to stay on while knocking the other players off.
- Broadway - Scripts in Multiplayer Mode. Self explanatory.
- Tag Team Mode - Fight with 16 characters, two for each player. You can switch to the other character at any time during the fight.
- Umbrella Party - Similar to Brawl, but includes dice which when rolled increase the player's attack. The game also has random minigames. Players who collect the most stars from minigames at the end of the time limit win, but watch out, getting KO'd resets the star meter to zero.
- WBAO 2K15 - Enter the ring in the Worldwide Brawling Alliance Organization Grand Melee Championship! You and your friends form a tag-team alliance, taking turns facing enemies in a Brawl match and climbing the ladder of wrestling success.
- Let the Speed Mend It - A mode involving the gimmick of not being able to stand still; you must keep moving or rack up damage. Going extremely fast will heal your fighter.
- Reverse Battle- This is the same as the normal Brawl mode, but with a twist, the winner is the first one that loses and the loser is the one that wins. Self destruct won't count as a win and simply will respawn you back to the stage, with the punishment of having more knockback resistance.
- Free Fall Fight- This mode drops percentages, and instead hits slow them down. Players are falling the entire time and must evade hazards and pick up upgrades. Whoever falls to the ground first wins.
- Battle Theater - This mode features gameplay similar to the Battle Theater games.
- Riot - In this mode, you and fellow players must team up to start a Riot by using attacks on property and taunts. This will summon more people to riot and increase the "Progressiveness" meter. However, as things heat up, Police and Riot Police attack, taking out people and decreasing the "Progressiveness" meter. The mode ends when the Riot reaches full Progressiveness, and whoever got the most Progressive points wins.
- Cosmic Crals - A game that works very similar to games like Galaga and Space Invaders. Up to seven players use Wii Remotes to take control of spaceships, shooting down aliens. Another player uses the Wii U GamePad to spawn power-ups, but can only do so three times every five minutes.
- Odds and Ends - Players must compete to find pieces of the space-time continuum, and place them into the empty space. Using strong attacks on an opponent causes him/her to lose a piece. Whoever fully repairs the stage wins.
- Slices - Gameplay of this mode works a lot like that of one of Lone Planet's games, Nickelodeon Ultra Struggle. Rather than separate percentages, there is a pie chart shown in the corner of the screen (or on the bottom screen of a 3DS system). Each player has one "slice", and anyone whose slice is completely depleted is blasted away. However, as one player loses a slice, all the others gain more to theirs; thus, you must come up with a strategy to defeat all of your opponents.
- Infinity War: Players race for the six Infinity Gems in a free-for-all space battle, with bosses Loki, Ronan the Accuser, Ultron, and Hela working to prevent you from taking them. If one of these bosses beats you in a battle and you have an Infinity Gem, they take it away from you and send it to a random location in space. If you don't have one and they win, you are eliminated. Whoever finds all six Infinity Gems will fight Thanos on a flat battlefield.
The Mysterious Nine Project's trailers tell a condensed non-canon story similar to that of the game's main story. Most trailers feature multiple newcomers along with one or two veterans, but this is not a strict formula.
E3 20XX Trailer: Reveal
The trailer opens with clips from past games in the series, showing the Mysterious Five Organization defeating foes like Dr. Doom, Galactus, and Bill Cipher. Flashes of strange figures begin appearing before a sword slashes through the footage, revealing Ster Sabr surrounded by eight beings hidden in shadows.
On the surface, Inori Aizawa and Chuck D. Head are hanging out in their apartment when Ster Sabr breaks through the ground nearby. The two begin fighting him but are thrown aside and defeated. Soon afterwards, Dexter, Iron Man, and Emmet appear to fight Ster Sabr. The trailer ends with the five heroes charging at their foe, followed by the logo appearing on-screen.
The trailer follows where the previous left off, with the Mysterious Five fighting Ster Sabr. Suddenly, the sound of dribbling fills the air, and Slam Man appears, challenging the six too a match of basketball. They reluctantly accept, organizing into teams of Chuck, Slam Man, and Emmet against Ster Sabr, Inori, Dexter, and Iron Man.
With an obvious advantage in numbers, Ster Sabr's team begins dominating the match, despite Slam Man's prowess. Just as Inori is about to make the winning shot, however, a cluster of white blocks covers the goal as Qbby arrives to help Slam Man. With their new ally, Slam Man's team wins, leaving Ster Sabr angrier than before. In a post credits scene, Omiko Hakodate serves up a tennis ball that hits Ster Sabr, angering him further.
Once again following the previous trailer, this trailer begins with Ster Sabr rampaging through the city, angrier than ever. Inori manages to send him into the internet through a tab, but gets pulled in too, leaving her team confused. Ster Sabr begins tearing apart the internet, but Nuzlocke, Dontrel the Dolphin, and Lamp burst out of a nearby file to fight.
The trio manage to hold back Ster Sabr easily, but one of the corrupted files opens up to reveal Beta Knight, who defends Ster Sabr and evens the fight. Realizing the fight is going downhill fast, Inori opens a portal below the group and sends them falling into the Deep Web. In a post-credits scene, the Super Big Tap-Tap accidentally rolls into the hole, before cutting to black.
Spooky Scares In!
This trailer is much smaller than the other ones and was shown off at the Toyko Game Show. This trailer begins with Inori and Chuck sitting at a table eating pizza when they get an invite to a haunted mansion. Deciding that they have nothing better to do, they head towards the mansion. As they enter, it seems like there is nothing inside. As Chuck heads down a corridor, he is spooked by Specimen One, which makes him jumps towards Spooky, who attempts to hit him with a bowie knife.
Inori heads to fight Spooky, but Spooky flies up and disappears. We get a couple clips of how Spooky works and the trailer ends with Spooky Goopy and Spooky scaring Armored Mewtwo and Agent Venom. In a post credits scene, we see Spooky with a chaingun mowing down the Runbow people.
Nick Used to Be Good...
At the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 20XX, this trailer was shown.
Zim rides through Manhattan in his Ferrari, having come through a portal from the Lapisverse. He fights Iron Man and Black Widow, before unleashing GIR; but all he does is sing the Doom Song. Suddenly, a laser blasts him away; Zim, apparently shocked, looks towards a strange robotic figure, who then reveals itself as Jenny Wakeman. Gameplay of all three bolded characters is then shown. As the trailer ends, we see Jenny and Zim posing for the camera, before another portal opens; this time, Shadow, Arnold Schwarzennegger, and Bane appear, ready to gun them down.
What Did I Tell You About Being a Poser?
Dexter and Chuck D. Head look around for more of Ster Sabr's forces, but they come across Mandinators from the Spursverse. They arrest them, and the Uncanny Five appears once more. Mandy says that more and more dimensions are leaking into this one, and it could be just the right time for her to take over. Jack Skellington replies, "You? What about us?" to which Mandy says, "Fine, us." She orders Death the Kid to shoot Dexter and Chuck down, but an electric spark blasts the pistol out of his hands.
"Wassup, big dawgs? Got some time to hit the quan?"
Pimpachu drops in with his ally Lamp, who blasts away the Mandinators. They join Chuck and Dexter to fight the Uncanny Five. Then, footage of Pimpachu's play style is presented, with Pimpachu going on about his riches and swag, so much that Super64 interrupts him and asks, "What did I tell you about being a poser?"
The trailer ends with a cloaked figure approaching the camera, revealing himself to be Kylo Ren, and activates his red crossguard lightsaber. He then slashes the screen, causing it to go black and end the trailer.
The intro begins with a presentation of the Fisticuffs Universe, the first dimension of the Omegaverse. It is split in half and forms the Lapisverse, which soon explodes. It is then shown that the Lapisverse debris formed several other multiverses before it was reborn in Fighters of Lapis 4. Then, a digital "9" appears on-screen, before fading to white and cutting to the main intro.
A hole in a stormy sky is shown, and it is expanding every second. Inori Aizawa and her good friend Chuck D. Head are eating pizza, but they notice the hole and step outside. They join Iron Man, Dexter, and Emmet to fight monsters coming out of it.
The Task Force -- Hawkeye, Wyldstyle, and E-123 Omega -- are investigating as well. When the hole reaches its largest diameter, several characters from alternate multiverses fall through. Shadow, Bane, and Arnold of the Leagueverse fight Dexter; Spursverse Guybrush Threepwood confronts Chuck; Jenny Wakeman battles Iron Man; Lapisverse Zim engages in combat with Emmet; and Crystalverse Homura Akemi tries to shoot Inori down.
Suddenly, the ground begins to shake. The fighters begin to wonder what is going on, and Ster Sabr breaks through. He attempts to eliminate the fighters, but to no avail. Lastly, you can see an army of representatives from each multiverse charging at Ster Sabr, with the Mysterious Five in the lead. Then, the logo appears.
Story I: Over the Novelty Wall
The main story mode. It is centered around the Mysterious Five Organization going to the Novelty Dimension when the Novelty Nine begin attacking their universe. In the meantime, the multiverses prepares for various intruders. All of this comes crashing down on another Christmas...
This is the first main story of the MXP series that MeGa eXal will not be working on. Instead, he will work on a story all his own...
This unlockable story mode is a humorous take on how several franchises, such as Sonic the Hedgehog, appear to get worse with every addition. It is named after the Phil Collins song of the same name.
In an alternate universe known as the Airverse, Dexter is sick and tired of today's Cartoon Network shows. A goddess known as Oceanbird sends him back in time to stop Uncle Grandpa from being created, but several characters stand in his way.
There are currently 86 starting characters.
|Wow. What a surprise...|
|Hey it's Green Mario. Taller and skinnier than his brother, Green Mario retains his special attributes from previous MXP titles, being a higher jumper and overall faster than Mario. Unlike Mario though, who is based around the platforming, Green Mario uses his Poltergust to attack opponents.|
|The Barbie Doll of the Mushroom Kingdom, she goes by the name of Peach. Like Green Mario, she's pretty much identical to her other MXP appearances.|
|Bowser's the King of the Koopas and he's back again. As a veteran Mysterious Fighter, people know what to expect from him already.|
Daisy is Peach's BFF and Luigi's GF... and the not-F of anyone in Sarasaland, the kingdom she rules. She fights with attacks from various Super Mario sports titles, like kicking flaming soccer balls from Mario Strikers Charged and firing tennis balls from Mario Power Tennis.
|After the terrible, god-forsaken "reboot" known as Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, the REAL Sonic is back! He uses his moves from M5P, excluding the Werehog transformation, which is replaced with the Stomp.|
|What? You hate Modern Sonic too? Well, have no fear, because Classic Sonic has returned! He uses stronger, but slightly slower variations of some of Modern Sonic's powers, but he can also summon Tails or Knuckles, use Elemental Shields, and call up the Tornado biplane.|
|Inori is a key member of the Mysterious Five Organization. She can be a bit overeager and headstrong, but is always determined to do the right thing.|
Chuck D. Head
|Chuck is a headless mummy created by Dr. Frank N. Stein. Well, he was a human for some time, but how is he back in his monster form?
Eh, no one really knows. However, he appears to be very close friends with Inori. He tends to jump to conclusions and not realize it.
|Tony Stark, a.k.a. Iron Man, is the leader of the Mysterious Five, not to mention the Avengers. While sometimes a bit cocky, he is willing to do whatever it takes to protect his allies.|
|Dexter is the youngest of the Mysterious Five, and a child prodigy. While usually focused and serious, he can be kind of arrogant as well.|
|Emmet Brickowski is the most fun-loving of the M5O, always cracking jokes and such. He sees his fellow team members as "awesome" in their own ways, because to him, everything is awesome.|
|The Shadow Pokémon, Gengar is a Ghost/Poison type that's proven to be very powerful, and very cunning. He returns in this game but features a new moveset that sticks closer to his original types, with many ghastly moves such as Lick and Sucker Punch. Being a ghost, he can also leave behind a substitute and vanish, reappearing elsewhere. Gengar can also access Mega Evolution when in a crisis.|
|Despite being the main antagonist of the Dangan Ronpa series, Junko has teamed up with the M5O because something something amnesia. She fights by using Monokumas as well as using Despair itself as a sort of aura power.|
The less cooler one of the two Despair Sisters, Mukuro is the Ultimate Soldier and thus fights with soldier-y stuff and the like such as missile launchers, knives, and guns.
Komaru Naegi & Genoside Jack
Two survivors of The Worst, Most Despair-Inducing Incident in the History of Mankind (The Tragedy) who reside in Towa City. Komaru is Makoto Naegi's sister and wields a megaphone blaster, while Genoside Jack/Toko Fukawa uses her patented GenoScissors.
Fuck you. Conker is back after that Project Spark shit. He needs another game because Microsoft is cheap. Conker can use various weapons, primarily his famous Frying Pan. He can also use a Context Sensitive move that can redirect attacks.
A fanmade robot master. COME ON AND SLAM. Slam Man mainly attacks using his dunktastic Slam Jammer that shoots basketballs. He is a fragile short character, but he can really bring the slam in the right hands.
|Inklings are the main playable characters from Splatoon. Though they come in all different kinds of colors and shapes, all Inklings can use ink guns and have the ability to transform into squids and swim within ink.|
Qbby is a mysterious fellow who lives on a simple, monochrome planet. With the help of some friends along the way, he manages to save his planet from an incoming meteor that would destroy his home. Qbby has the unique ability to create boxes from his body which can be thrown around to attack or surround him for defense, but he can only make up to 5 boxes at once.
While Donkey Kong's the star of his own series, he also appeared as the final fighter in the Punch-Out! game for the Wii. He's moderately fast and extremely powerful.... on the ground. In the air, he's less powerful, but that doesn't mean he's useless. What is useless to him are items. Wearing boxing gloves, he can't exactly pick them up.
Dontrel the Dolphin
This freaky fucker comes from the Dontrel the Dolphin series, a hellish abomination given form through Gamemaker. He can toss his sword like three inches away from him before it disappears, jump on a spring pad, toss black Cores', and use crash error boxes.
Super Big Tap-Tap
The Super Big Tap-Tap is a large, golden Tap-Tap that destroys platforms and rocks as it rolls through a set path, intending to crush a Yoshi. He's playable here...? Okay, whatever. He can roll, eject his spikes, and transform to attack.
Omiko Hakodate is a Third Year Class T student and Captain of the Girls' Tennis Club. She attacks with her giant and rather gnarly looking tennis racket and lots of tennis equipment.
Echo is a tiny robot from outer space, named for the peculiar sounds he makes. Echo has the power of gravity, allowing him to pull debris from the ground and throw it at opponents. Echo can also create a "barfing" effect on the screen that shakes it violently and glitches some parts out, making it hard to see what's going on. It's almost as if the irritating effects come straight from the movies...
In the online game of Smashtasm, there are several hundred people who join the online servers to fight. One of them is the character of Lamp. He originally worked for the young, and immature, Pimpachu before joining Super64 on his adventures. He's pretty much Samus, except dumber and funnier, being a jokey version of Samus; slower and more powerful but with more trolly versions of her Super Smash Bros. special moves.
Thirteen thirty-seven F-Zero X (or 1337f0x) is an expert hacker of the games Super Smash Bros. Melee and Brawl. He uses these hacks to make him a fast and confusing character, but his hacks can sometimes fail and cause himself to take damage.
I know what you're thinking, and no. The 'H' stands for Hebrew. Princess H fights with magical techniques, and can also break the fourth wall and have conversations with a narrator. She becomes faster and stronger when she transforms and takes a guise similar to the appearance of a dark-clothed Sheik.... though she also becomes even more mentally unstable then she was before.
WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Wario returns and this time he uses Wario Land focused moves such as his barge, corkscrew, and shaking it. He's a unique fighter, being a small heavyweight with decent mobility. He can also utilize some retro power ups to annoy the competition.
Homura Akemi (Crystalverse)
One of two surviving inhabitants of the Crystalverse, this Homura is known for manipulating people to help her while staying in the shadows, and desperately hoping to save her universe. She can slowdown or speed up time, and can use her firearms to attack.
|It's Kirk Thorton! In the Leagueverse, Shadow the Hedgehog joins Bane's League of Shadows to get rid of Sonic -- not to mention a bunch of bats--- crazy mafias. As such, he can use guns and Sith lighting (as seen in the episode Darth Shadow), but retains his Chaos Control.|
|Yado! What's up, guys?? This is a message for all enemies out there: YOU ABOUT TO BE TERMINATED! I use the strength of Hercules, Mr. Freeze's ice rays, and DEH CHOPPER! YAS, I USE DEH CHOPPER! YADO! YADO! YAAAAAAAADO!|
Yes, I am Bane. Yes. I have the League of Shadows with me, not to mention my own strength. I can quickly break anyone's back, yes.
|In an alternate timeline, the daughter of Peter Parker, better known as Spiderman, inherited her father's amazing powers and took up the title of Spidergirl! May 'Mayday' Parker is a fairly average teenager, aside from the whole 'daughter of a superhero' thing. Her skills are very much like her father's, although she's a lot more nimble with more knockback.|
|A member of the Fairy Tail guild, Natsu is quite the balanced fighter, who uses his powers to absorb and breathe fire. He also can get help from his flying cat friend, Happy. However, he can't fight well on moving stages.|
|Natsu's rival who has the strange habit of spontaneously taking off his clothes. He is a strong fighter who uses ice attacks in battle.|
|Serena is the newest Pokemon trainer who originates from the Kalos region. She uses Froakie, Meowstic, and Pyroar to attack.|
|A narwhal who hails from the depths of space. While rather slow, he is able to fly around the stage, and gain speed as he travels. He has no attacks other than stabbing with his horn, in which attacking with the tip deals a crap ton of damage whilst meteor smashing. He suffers no knockback from attacks. Because of his overpowered nature, attacking his heart instantly kills him, allowing him to respawn.|
|A psychic who is trained in martial arts. She uses a variety of energy pulses and telekinetic attacks, as well as kung-fu jabs and kicks. She can summon her cat, 13, to help her should she need to.|
Banjo & Kazooie
While Jigglypuff appears to be kind and innocent, she secretly desires to find the Three Books and rule the world as an almighty goddess. She can quickly recover from any attacks, and can transform into Mutant Queen Jigglypuff.
|The character, basically a Happy Meal come to life, with bug eyes, wiry arms and legs, and human-like teeth and tongue, was deemed to be the stuff of nightmares. It attacks using dark hamburger magic and devouring victims.|
|Ryouga comes to the little known Pokémon ReBURST manga. In that manga, he is a Burst Warrior, which allows him to fuse with Pokémon to create one being combining the powers of both. Before the battle, he fuses with a random Pokémon that gives him powers, giving him a lot of movesets and playstyles.|
Battery Operated Batman
|A clunky toy that operates on a battery. He is quite a joke character due to the fact all of his attacks drain his battery and it will leave him completely still. He explodes when he is destroyed, that being his real saving grace.|
|Raphael, also known under the guise of the elusive thief Phantom R, is a young boy who's father mysteriously disappeared many years ago. He attacks with his rapier and his dog, Fondue. True to his origins from a rhythm game, his attacks get stronger when in combos.|
|A traveling merchant, Anna is normally seen as a proprietor of the mysterious Secret Shops. As a trickster, she can use many different moves with unordinary effects. Her attacks include throwing money bags, summoning a Pegasus to assist in combat, and different magic spells.|
Cyber Poison Miku
|Cyber Posion Miku is a version of Miku that has been made completely deadly with the use of poison barbs all over her body. Every attack she has has a poisonous side effect. Additionally, she can use cyber attacks as well, allowing her to send attacks to the cloud to be used later.|
|President of the Toon Council. Flippy Doggenbottom is a dog toon who governs Toontown. Flippy is a fast character with little air game. He attacks with various gags like Cupcakes, Squirting Flowers, and Flower Pots, as well as many more.|
|Mah boi. This moveset is what all true warriors strive for! Attacks with a goblet, lamp oil, rope, bombs. You want it?|
|From another reach of the Multiverse, Calvin Ellis is Superman. He is the president in his universe, but has another job as Superman. He attacks like Superman normally would, but can also use assistance from Brainiac.|
|From Universe GY-864 (H...a...p...p...y... Nessverse), Ness has been transformed into a vessel for Giygas. He can summon evil in addition to having most of Ness's moves that are slightly stronger. Since Ness is trying to internally fight back, he's a bit slow...|
|An anthropomorphic funny animal parody of Marvel Comics' Spider-Man. Peter Porker was born a spider (simply named Peter). He resided in the basement lab of May Porker, a slightly goofy animal scientist who had created "the world's first atomic powered hairdryer," hoping that "the introduction of nuclear fusion into America's beauty salons" would "revolutionize the hair care industry". After dousing her head with water and activating the dryer, May Porker accidentally irradiated herself, and in a fit of delusion, bit Peter, who then found himself transformed into an anthropomorphic swine much like May Porker herself. Running from the Porker homestead disoriented, Peter soon came to realize that he still retained a spider's abilities! He has similar abilities to Spider-Girl, but is smaller and has slightly weaker attacks with better defense.|
|Season's Greetings are two characters that are stuck together not because they are friends, but rather enemies. The monkey has his claws digging inside the white coated beast. The monkey beast attacks with his claws and is able to dig deep into a character's body with his claws, and the white beast moves and can bite in a hard way.|
|A alternate reality version of Peach that comes from a timeline where the Nazis won. She uses Nazi Toads, gas bombs, and altered versions of her prime version's attacks.|
Palutena (Sea Goddess)
|An alternate version of Palutena that rules the seas instead of the sky. She attacks with water-based variations of Palutena's moves.|
|Palutena is the Goddess of Light and ruler of Skyworld. Unlike in her previous M5P appearance, Palutena now uses attacks that she would grant the player in Kid Icarus: Uprising ala SSB4.... though now she has more... useful special moves at default.|
Daisy in a one-piece swimsuit thingy thing. She's pretty much normal Daisy, except faster, stronger and lighter. All of her attacks are also based around water, with golden ribbons infused in her standard attacks.
|Link is the Hero of Hyrule, of Time, of Winds, of.... well you get it. Basically anytime anything bad happens in Hyrule, Link (or one of his many descendants) must fix stuff. This incarnation of Link is based primarily on Twilight Princess, using the Hero's Bow, Gale Boomerang, Double Clawshots, and Barnes' Bombs.|
You know Link? Do you like playing as him? No? Too bad. Here are three of them stacked on top of each other. Fuck you.
Artwork by soma011.
Badass Zelda is the princess of Hyrule from another timeline, where Link was slain by Ganon during the events of Twilight Princess. She sacrifices her Triforce of Wisdom for the Triforce of Courage, and now wields physical weapons, such as a long black bow that fires energy-filled arrows with various different properties.
Speaking of Zelda, somehow we've gone three instalments of this fucking series and Zelda has still not been playable in an MXP game. So here she is. She's pretty much identical to her Super Smash Bros. counterpart... though she wields the rapier from Hyrule Warriors
What appears to be Meta Knight from another dimension. Beta Knight possesses similar moves to Meta Knight, but his altered armor gives him a higher degree of mobility and range.It does, however, make him much ighter.
Neku Sakuraba is an emo dude trapped in an afterdeath game of... uhh... life and death, for lack of a better term, called the Reaper's Game. He uses various Psyche's, like he does in The World Ends With You, harnessing the powers of the pins he wears.
Nuzlocke started off as a small Seedot, but with one key oddity... He has the face of John Locke. Considering some of the things you could do in the world of Pokémon...is it really that weird? He can bide to counter attacks and Nature Power for random effects depending on the stage he's in. He can also temporarily evolve into Nuzleaf for more offensive options like Razor Leaf and Faint Attack.
|The Black Widow is a world class athlete, gymnast, acrobat, aerialist capable of numerous complex maneuvers and feats, expert martial artist, marksman, and weapons specialist as well as having extensive espionage training.|
|Pom is a crazy, internet-obsessed female Pomeranian with a too serious housemate named Shibe. Pom is always seen carrying with her a light purple laptop and is almost always heard swearing and talking in internet slang. In the game, after Pom and Shibe die, they go on a quest to find Wi-Fi in Doggy Heaven.|
The Ice Climbers rock. They use icy moves. You know, they're in Super... Smash.... Bros......
|Dexter's older sister is usually found pestering with Dexter or dancing. Ironically, she is less intelligent than him.|
|Gumball returns to MXP, this time being buffed up due to the events of a nonexistent season of TAWOG. He uses his electric powers from the Silver Spurs Saga, as well as guns and vehicles from Grand Theft Gumball.|
Fried Chicken Leg
Hailing from the land of Supper Smash Brothers, The Fried Chicken Leg is a traditonal balanced character, which can attack by banging itself against the floor like a drumstick to produce a shockwave, grow fried chicken wings on it's back and fly, or coat itself in a protective layer of hot sauce.
The sadistic host of Toadal Drama Island, Toad attacks with cannons, explosives, and also can use his interns at meatshields. But if you're playing as him, beware, he can dish out the pain but he certainly can't take it.
This... rather strange iteration of Batman lacks his usual gadgets, but he can use his double bladed katana, the weird tentacle thingies on his back, and he can hit hard with strong punches and kicks.
XJ-9, better known as Jenny Wakeman, is a crime-fighting robot with the personality of an average teenage girl. As such, she tries to balance her high school life with her mission to protect the world.
Her moveset combines Sonic's speed with Dee Dee's agility and Bowser's strength, and adds plenty of durability. She can extend her arms for half the length of Super Smash Bros.'s Final Destination stage, not to mention shoot lasers like Iron Man and morph into a robotic spider. She is also immune to lava and acid.
Dixie Kong's the girlfriend of Diddy Kong. She's got a tomboyish attitude and hair that easily makes her the Rapunzel of the Kong species. This hair isn't just for show, though - it's used in a lot of her attacks, from whiplike motions to spinning it like a propellor to glide. It's a miracle she can keep her hair looking good considering what she does with it! Asides from her hair, Dixie can use a Bubblegum Popgun and an electric guitar in battle.
The men are known as Hue and the women are known as Val. Alongside the hidden Colour Master, they are collectively known in this game as Runbow. The Hue and Val work together as a team, performing basic moves like punches, dash attacks, uppercuts, and butt pounds. Individually they're rather weak, but if one's defeated it'll come back quickly in order to continue the fight. They also have a colour meter that indicates how often you'll get to use an attack from the Colour Master. The Colour Master can make lightning strike to stun all opponents for a few second, place down bombs, reverse controls, and throw splotches of paint.
A puppet version of Iwata presented during Nintendo's 2015 E3 Digital Event. He fights exactly as how you'd expect a normal Iwata to fight, but since they're not here, Puppet Iwata joins the fight. With a fighting style that's rather "directly", Puppet Iwata attacks with bananas, swift punches, and doing that weird hand signal that somehow managed to knock out Puppet Reggie. He can also morph into Puppet Peppy for a short time to do rather powerful land barrel rolls.
A puppet version of Reggie presented during Nintendo's 2015 E3 Digital Event. He fights exactly as how you'd expect a normal Reggie to fight, but since they're not here, Puppet Reggie joins the fight. With his body ready, Reggie can perform many Wii Fit exercises like Nintendo 64 pushups to boost his stats. He attacks with powerful punches, a heavy Hadoken-style projectile, and the Hurricane Kick. He can also morph into Puppet Falco to fly around and perform aerial barrel rolls.
A puppet version of Miyamoto presented during Nintendo's 2015 E3 Digital Event. He fights exactly as how you'd expect a normal Miyamoto to fight, but since they're not here, Puppet Miyamoto joins the fight. With a passion for creativity, he can warp around with Super Mario pipes, fire quick shots with a Star Fox blaster, and counter attacks with a Legend of Zelda shield. He can also morph into Puppet Fox to barrel roll opponents inside the Walker.
Pepper Roni is the star of the LEGO Island trilogy. He is a young delivery boy who delivers pizza to the citizens of LEGO Island. He makes use of a skateboard and a pizza box to attack, with him able to preform a variety of moves with the skateboard such as tricks and grinding. He can use the pizza box to throw pizza a far distance as well.
—Kapura, about himself
“Ｉ ｎｏｗ ｋｎｏｗ ｔｈｅ ｓｅｃｒｅｔ ａｒｔ ｏｆ ｔｒａｖｅｌｉｎｇ ｇｒｅａｔ ｄｉｓｔａｎｃｅｓ ｂｙ ｍｏｖｉｎｇ ｖｅｒｙ ｓｌｏｗｌｙ． Ｉｔ ｉｓ ｏｎｌｙ ａ ｓｍａｌｌ ｍａｔｔｅｒ ｆｏｒ ｍｅ ｔｏ ｂｅ ｗｈｅｒｅｖｅｒ Ｉ ａｍ ｎｏｔ．”
Kapura is a fairly average Ta-Matoran by all accounts, with no true defining traits... upon first glance. He is slower than most, and faster than all. He can teleport to any foe and immediately attack, but cannot move without attacking.
Cyber Woo is a robot developed by Makishima Industries, a Neo-Japanese company that is controlled by a tomboyish girl named Yuzu Makishima to test its might. Cyber Woo fights using his mechanized body and weapons. He can separate his body from his torso and attack with his upper torso and his legs. He fires energy beams and rockets at the opponent.
Kylo Ren is strong with the Force, but he is neither a Jedi or a Sith. He works with Supreme Leader Snoke of the First Order to eliminate the New Republic and the last of the Jedi. Kylo wants to follow in the footsteps of the now deceased Darth Vader, but he is prone to anger as well.
A school nurse and chemistry teacher at Justice High School, she makes use of kicks that sent her opponents flying into the air where she can pummel them further. She tends to have attacks that can lead into combos very well, with many of her combos lifting her and her opponent high into the air.
A sarcastic, self-obsessed Pikachu player. Pimpachu is quick to anger, but secretly wishes for more friends because his "gangsta" personality leads people to hate him. He uses buffed up Pikachu-type attacks.
Ami & Yumi
Technically, they've got hypercharged sound waves, not to mention that one pencil from that one episode where they enter a comic book? Oh, and you can NEVER forget their cats... well, maybe you could, but eh.
Alisa Illinichina Amiella
Alisais one of the New-Type God Eaters who were transferred from the Fenrir Russian branch to the Far East Branch. She uses a long blade called Avenger to attack which a far-reaching melee attack and a machine gun called Raging Lore that shoots quick, weak ranged bullets.
Syega crystals give magical power to the land's people, but someone stole all of them. Zizou, a dark witch, sets out to find the culprit and the Syega crystals. She attacks with a linear shot that increases the more damage she inflicts on other players and can float with her wing gauge, which gets used up very quickly.
It's Snow White... with a gun. She can pretty much shoot infinite bullets endlessly but that's not really gonna get you anywhere unless you summon the dead with her down B move. You can also switch to a flamethrower move which has less range but is more damaging.
The daughter of two British socialites, Lara Croft is a flirty treasure hunter with a fondness for archeology and skills with firearms and climbing. Or at least she used to be. Lara Croft is a glass cannon armed with her duel pistols and grenades, in addition to a grappling hook she can use for enhanced mobility or to throw enemies around.
Brendon is the lead singer of punk rock band Panic! at the Disco, which is very popular among teenage tumblr girls. Brendon mostly fights in this game by using his various alter-egos, such as his Steampunk and Ringmaster forms. He also can tangle people up in his rope intestines and transform his limbs into tentacles. His only downside is that he is bad at sports. If worst comes to worst, he can pull off his most powerful move, which is transforming into his demon form and Taking Back the Crown.
Buzzwole, also known by the codename UB-02 Absorption, is a powerful Ultra Beast, capable of expanding its muscles by draining energy. Though its large stature and low defenses make it an easy target, Buzzwole is surprisingly agile and uses some devastatingly powerful attacks such as Dynamic Punch to defeat the competition. By using Leech Life, Buzzwole can regenerate, but the weight of its expanding muscles will slow it down.
Mimikyu's true appearance is said to lead to grave illness when looked at, so this lonely Pokémon disguises itself as the popular Pikachu in hopes of making some friends. Mimikyu's Disguise ability lets it avoid debuffing attacks and negate a certain amount of damage until the disguise breaks. Although Mimikyu has subpar defenses once its disguise breaks, it makes up for it with quick speed and powerful Ghost and Fairy type attacks, such as Shadow Claw and Play Rough.
Snow Toad, everyone's perfect snowy buddy! Created from the unmeltable snow of all those tricky ice levels, Snow Toad is a strange fellow, though no one's quite sure how it got into this fight. Snow Toad may be slow, but it can toss snowballs, create snow bricks as shields, and trap opponents in scarf snares.
As the heir to the throne of Mewni, Star Butterfly is expected to be mature and serious. However, she turns out to be the exact opposite, and is thus sent to Earth so she can learn how to use her magic responsibly. Since then, she has been fighting dark enemies from every corner of the universe.
Star is essentially the "Shulk" of the Mysterious Nine Project, and can cast spells on herself to increase one set of stats at the cost of another set. Some of her spells can be cast on opponents, slowing them down or perhaps poisoning them.
She's a member of a team of secret agents dubbed the Modifyers. Agent Xero is a master of disguise, and uses her three split personalities to sneak into the lives of criminals and villains all over the world. As such, she uses these alter egos in battle, each with completely different advantages and flaws.
Playful and mischievious, Orcane is known as a thief and nuisance among the merchants of Water Town... albeit a rather innocent one that also assists the people with stealthy situations. Orcane uses puddles of water to fight effectively, being able to power up his attacks when standing on them or teleporting to them as both an effective recovery and attack.
There are currently 27 hidden characters.
WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. This Wario is more Smash esque, using his bike, wafting, and also moves from the Warioware franchise. Although his moveset is mainly unique, he's the same as the prime Wario in playstyle.
The most underrated of awesome Pokemon is a strange little dude named Nosepass. He has moves taken directly from the Pokémon games, like Power Gem, Rock Throw and Zap Cannon. Oddly, he can transform into Probopass when he takes enough damage, reverting back to Nosepass when he heals/dies.
From the people who created Banjo-Kazooie and the Donkey Kong Country games come the newest, and coolest, anthropomorphic protagonists: Yooka and Laylee.----
Rozalin is the daughter of Overlord Zenon, although she has lived most of her life sequestered in a massive mansion surrounded by servants, and given everything she could have ever wanted. Her abilities are a mix of attacks like Rose Thorns, where she fires upon foes with a gattling gun.----
Shibe is a male Shiba Inu, who used to live with Pom. He and Pom are both sent to Doggy Heaven after dying in a house fire. Shibe almost always tells Pom to get her head off of her laptop. Pom mostly hates Shibe a lot and tries to worry Shibe often, though they seem to get along with each other well. Pom nicknames Shibe "Sebastian" after the two arrive in Doggy Heaven, and Shibe serves as Pom's main help through her quest to find Wi-Fi in Heaven.----
Artwork by Rachel Briggs.
Gilgierth is a Mountain-type Denjuu. It uses its long, springy legs to charge and attack. It can also create barriers and electrical charges, which it uses in it's attacks.----
THE FUCK IS THIS!? IS THIS A PILE O' TUNA!? Yep! It's Palutuna, the creator of all fish ever. It looks like a pile o' tuna, but don't be cocky, it's a dangerous fish. The seven fish that make up the body act as one, and the hair atop the leader's head conceals a strange power.----
Play as Palutena 666 times.
Flint Lockwood is an inventor who dreams of creating amazing things that can change everyone's life, despite his career having been sort of a hit and miss. He can use "Rat-Birds", "Remote Control Television" and Spray on Shoes to attack, although the main part of his moveset is the FLDSMDFR, which attacks using food-themed weather.
An warrior from the golden days of video games. A very floaty character who can barely stop when they get moving. Despite being a tough character to control, Jouster can be a rather tricky character to be hit. In addition to using jousting moves, the Jouster can also summon other Atari golden age characters.
Most of the time you see him as that lame guy who is forced to sit upon the collection of all-stars and drag them into their spots, unable to fight. What a loser, am I right? That's what everyone thought, till he got a huge change of heart and became a newcomer. Cursor is the master of the "rudely pick up your opponents and toss them like a pebble skipping over water" art, and features multiple moves based on hands like slapping foes and crushing them with a grip.----
Kou Ichijo is the captain of Yasogami High's basketball team. He attacks with different basketball techniques and can summon his best friend Daisuke Nagase and his girlfriend Ai Ebihara.----
Risette is a highschool girl idol person who has the power to summon a Persona. She uses singing and dancing moves to attack, but can also summon her Persona's - Himiko's - combat form to attack.----
Lewdis ?:} SPIARMFBABUGUSCOOTIES
Ledwis ?:} is the best thing ever. He's expand dong, Lewdwig van Krappa and a screaming car-fish(??) all rolled into one. He is the ultimate meme machine and attacks with only the finest of memes. And by that, I mean he's the ultimate joke character who is surprisingly effective. And yes, before you call me out on it, that's one character. It looks like three, but they are all stuck together.----
This small straw hat was once nothing more than a peaceful resident atop of someone's head, but a tragic accident involving the wind currents has brought him here. A straw hat may not look like much at first, but it can cleverly arrange the straw and reeds it is made of to transform into some dangerous objects, as well as being able to carry itself across the wind and blind opponents.----
Watinga (also called Fly Assault Game's Boss in Super Mario-Kun) is a large, robotic boss of the minigame Gnat Attack, which is a part of Mario Paint. Watinga is capable of shooting out stinger missiles and poison gas; it is also capable of flight. After being hit multiple times, Watinga will begin going into convulsions and will subsequently explode. Watinga is one of the few characters that has a set amount of damage he can possibly take as opposed to other characters. Although he can be knocked off stage, he can always just slowly fly back up.----
Who's your friend that likes to play? Bingbong, Bingbong! Part elephant, part cat, part cotton candy, and part dolphin of all things, Bingbong is Riley's imaginary friend who's always looking for imaginative ways to have fun, even when Riley grows up and starts to forget him. Bingbong's main weapon is a flying wagon that moves at high speeds. He also wields a large sack that can pull out all sorts of crazy things, from copies of Riley's dream boyfriend from Canada to memories that can hit other fighters and cause them to experience extreme emotions that effect how they play.----
Super Mario Maker Mario
This is no ordinary Mario, but rather the special Mario that appears on the boxart of Super Mario Maker. He may look friendly, but deep down he seems to be fueled by insane creativity and madness in an attempt to craft the most cruel and kaizo level that there will ever be. He can contribute with all sorts of crazy enemy stacks like Hammer Bro. towers riding a pyramid of Blooper Nannies, or a team of Bowsers each carried by Paraboos driving Clown Cars. His Mystery Mushrooms will change players's appearances to confuse who's who, and Undodog can be summoned to "undo" damage.----
Cowboy Batman is simultaneously a cowboy and Batman. Presumably having seen his cowboy parents getting shot one fateful night in cowboy Arkham, he is the Dark Wrangler. He can use his spurs as Batarangs, ride a Bat-Stallion to ram into foes, and has a unique fighting style that combines rodeo skills and various forms of kung-fu.----
Spooky is the main antagonist of Spooky's House of Jump Scares. She is the ghost of a 12 year old girl who appears to have a huge sum of power and impact over the events that have happened and will happen in the manor. Spooky can use a giant bowie knife to fight, as well as use Specimen 1 to pop up anywhere on the stage, which doesn't do a ton of damage but it makes her incredibly dangerous, as use of Specimen 1 will knock foes toward her, in which she can use a variety of options to attack.----
Orochi in The King of Fighters is one of the series main villains and the main antagonist and final boss of The King of Fighters '97. He and his followers are another interpretation of the mythical eight headed serpent, Yamata no Orochi. In the KoF series, Orochi was sealed 1,800 years ago by the three sacred treasures of Japan. The three clan's descendants are charged with protecting the seal over him. Orochi has an incredible set of powers, a list that would be too long for this description, but he can make use of telekinesis, fire, energy pillars and make use of energy projectiles.----
An alien from the planet Irk who seeks the prove that he is the mightiest of his kind. However, he keeps failing and was sent to Earth so the Almighty Tallest wouldn't have to listen to him. Zim thinks this is a "top-secret mission" and proceeds to disguise himself as a human, but his rival Dib still finds out he's an alien invader. Zim uses Irken technology and GIR in combat. He is kind of weak, but also pretty darn fast.----
With a unique ability to control the speed of her own passage through time, Tracer zips and blinks around the battlefield, eluding attackers and sneaking past defenses. A perfect skirmisher hero, Tracer is fragile but hard to hit, keeping one step ahead of her attackers. Should she find herself blinking into an ambush, she can rewind time to her position and state a few seconds earlier, giving her a second chance.----
This guy's just really a professor that tries to trap children with math problems so he can mooch off their money. Professor Fiendish however often has an error in his ways, so in the end he's usually beat. Despite all that weird stuff, Professor Fiendish can use math-inspired attacks against his foes, able to multiply his damage by charging up and subtracting health away from opponents with health-sucking machines. Hell that's not even all, he can also fly around the arena and use formulas as moves to really screw up one's chances of winning the fight.----
What the actual hell is this abomination?? Our hardwired Lady Militia, we'll call her, has the seek & destroy playstyle, able to ride through the stages at lightning quick speeds and make herself heroine of the day. She's some kind of monster, her battery-fueled attacks can make one fighter broken, beat and scarred, and make the other meet the frayed ends of sanity. With her fearsome attacks and motorbreath speed, she can kill 'em all easily -- sad but true. Fortunately, One strong hit is all it takes to make her dream no more and simply fade to black.----
She is unlocked upon listening to every metal-related theme in the game.
He has no style, he has no grace, this Kong has a funny face. Lanky Kong can inflate himself like a balloon to recover, use his stretchy arms to grab, throw, and hit opponents, run super fast towards the enemy, or even throw explosive Oranges which damage foes and allow him to clip through walls. He's rather fast and strong but incredibly floaty with slippery controls to boot.----
Co-founder of S.H.I.E.L.D and a World War II veteran, Agent Carter maintains her elegance and no-nonsense nature in the face of sexism and whatever else the world throws at her. Carter is a quick fighter with a wide arsenal of moves but can't take many hits, given that she's merely a human. In battle, Carter can draw various firearms, use a stapler and briefcase up-close, and even toss smoke grenades to stun enemies. For her Super Move, the agent can toss a Nitramene bomb to create a massive explosion.----
Like the old Lara Croft? Me either. Now she's a hardened, bloody survivor who skins and eats bears. Don't fuck with Square Enix, those guys don't mess around. Modern Lara is a glass cannon like her classic counterpart, but this time it's taken to the max. Modern Lara is incredibly strong and fast, but one good hit can send her flying. Her moveset, on the other hand, is completely different from Classic Lara. From afar, she can use various specialized arrows to attack enemies, stab them with a shiv up close, or use martial arts for a risky but powerful attack.----
Mech-Zangief is an even slower version of Zangief who can't block. To compensate, he gains permanent Super Armor, and he takes reduced damage from everything excluding beam-style attacks. He also cannot be knocked down or stunned, taking only a slight slowdown when hit by almost anything, and he can use a Yoga Blast-like attack, the Siberian Breath, and a new Hyper Combo, the Siberian Blizzard. He also explodes when defeated.----
New Starting Stages
New Unlockable Stages
|The mysterious fruit of Helheim used to transform into a Kamen Rider. Upon using it in battle, a large Arms fruit drops on a random enemy, flattening them for a few moments.|
|Hits whoever is currently winning the match. A real game changer!|
|Summons a Mr. Meeseeks to attack a opponent.|
|Makes the player run faster.|
Homemade Ridley Juice
|A jar of Mama Ridley's Homemade Ridley Juice! It might taste of space dragon blood, but it'll make you big and strong like Ridley for a few seconds! Sometimes a bit too big...|
|Allows you to grab an opponent and slam him/her back and forth across the freakin' room.|
|Stomp on your opponents and leave them in the dust!|
|Turns you invincible to all damage except falling into the abyss or walking off.|
|Creates a temporal anomaly that creates a area where time keeps repeating in a five second loop. Characters inside the loop are forced to replay whatever they were doing in the past five seconds, while players outside of the anomaly can affect it from the outside.|
|Three pieces are lost and must be found. When joined together, a targeting reticule will appear on screen and will hit an opponent who is in the path of the Dragoon.|
|Boosts up on the side of the stage and anyone in the way of the Hydra will be slammed into it.|
Game Boy Color
|Summons pixelated creatures to attack.|
|Boosts up stats of the character using it based off three dice rolls.|
|Heals a small bit of health.|
|"Bans" a character for a certain amount of time. They will be KO'd and will not respawn for a long period of time. A very rare item.|
|Spawns a enemy from the enemy list. They'll attack everyone.|
|Teleports the user where the pearl landed. Not so handy for small stages, but hugely useful for large stages.|
|Can be spiked to hit a person in the upper platforms, causing tons of damage.|
|Can only be kicked. When kicked, it will go to the direction kicked at a high speed. Anyone in the way of the soccerball will get majorly hurt.|
|Once the player uses the E-Tank, it will put their damage back down to zero. Almost as if nothing had even happened!|
|Hoo boy! Coming across this item will send a swarm of bees after you, which will chase you unless you manage to get into water in time. Otherwise, they'll leave a big sting mark and a lot of damage.|
|Allows the user to transform his opponents into different animals and creatures. Each animal has a weaker moveset and lower in just about everything. For some joke characters though, this is practically their salvation.|
|These can heal a fighter but if they stay out too long they will spawn a Witch.|
|Acts just like it does in Splatoon. Also makes you super op.|
Nintendo World Championships Gold Mario Statue
|The 1st place prize goes to the winner of the Nintendo World Championships, and in 1990 it went to Thor Aackerlund..... before he sold the statue (and the controller that came with it) on eBay for $300,000. The item acts like a giant anvil, you can throw it off cliffs to flatten opponents and knock them so far into the depths of hell that they'd be unable to ever come back up.|
|Why is this here? Who wanted this? Picking up this dreadful icon places a massive screen, blocking most small stages entirely, with gameplay of Minions Paradise playing, generally wasting everyone's time. This was actually on-stage at E3 for five whole minutes.|