20XX Melee Training Hack Pack

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An image of every stage in Melee 20XX, as of 3.02. Stages have been bordered with a color to signify whether they're tournament legal or not. Lots of stages have either been added, or altered for viable tournament play/practice.

20XX Melee Training Hack Pack is a hack of Super Smash Bros. Melee made by achilles1515, that is designed to help players train for tournaments. 20XX is current on its version 4.07++ (released July 4th, 2017). Character attacks and attributes are normally unchanged, although various options exist to alter their performance for training (such as auto L-Cancel) or fun (SD Remix alts) so players can take what they have learned from 20XX and play Melee normally.

Major changes[edit]

  • The default rules are set to tournament rules (4 stocks, 8 minutes, items off, etc.).
  • All characters and stages are unlocked immediately.
  • The pause camera can rotate and zoom out freely.
  • A list of Action Replay codes and other settings, in a fashion that is similar to the debug menu replaces Tournament Mode.
    • Customizations like editing the color Final Destination and changing the platforms of Battlefield are included.
  • After a match is complete, A and B can be held to start another match with the same characters, stage, and settings. This is also known as a salty runback. This can also be done in the middle of a match by pressing the "exit match" sequence of L + R + A + Start, but adding B to the button presses. ( L + R + B + A + Start ).
  • Stage striking is available on the stage select screen by pressing Y. Stages are removed by pressing X.
    • Certain stages have been modified to closer match that of a tournament-viable stage, getting rid of stage hazards and changing the overall shape of the stage.
  • Useful modifications like flashes on successful or failed L-cancels for helping players time L-cancels.
    • The character will flash red when an L-cancel is missed, and white when the player succeeds at timing the L-cancel. Both can be toggled in the debug menu.
  • Most normally single-player-only stages, such as the All-Star Rest Area and Trophy Tussle stages, are playable in versus mode.
  • Alternate costumes, such as SNES Captain Falcon and Zombie Falco, are usable by selecting a specific costume while pressing the L or R button.
  • Longer nicknames, along with lowercase letters and additional characters to use.

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