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ARMS Jump / ARM Hook

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ARMS Jump / ARM Hook
Min Min's up special in Ultimate.
Min Min's up special in Ultimate.

Min Min using ARMS Jump and ARM Hook in Ultimate.
User Min Min
Universe ARMS

ARMS Jump (アームジャンプ ) is Min Min's up special move in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Overview[edit]

When used on the ground, Min Min will slam her fists on the ground in order to then leap into the air. Much like Shock Spring Jump, the height reached by the move depends on how long the player holds the button.

When used in the air, the move becomes ARM Hook (アームフック, Arm Hook), where Min Min will instead reach up with her left arm. If she is close to a ledge, her arm will act as a tether recovery. It can be used as an attack and deals respectable damage and knockback on its own (being able to KO past 120%), though it is difficult to use in combat due to its fixed angle.

Instructional quotes[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Move List MinMinHeadSSBU.png On the ground, the ARMS boost the jump. In the air, the ARMS extend upward to attack or to grab on to an edge.

Origin[edit]

One of Spring Man’s victory animations, which ARMS Jump seems to be inspired from.

While not specific techniques in the home series, ARMS Jump bears a resemblance to a similar high jump in one of Spring Man's victory poses and ARM Hook is a standard punch at a higher angle.

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Japan Japanese アームジャンプ / アームフック, Arm Jump / Arm Hook
UK English ARMS Jump / ARM Hook
France French Saut à propulsion / bras-grappin
Germany German Arms-Sprung / ARMS-Haken
Italy Italian Salto ARMS / Gancio ARMS
Spain Spanish Salto elástico / Gancho elástico
China Chinese (Simplified) ARM跳跃 / ARM钩
Taiwan Chinese (Traditional) ARM跳躍 / ARM鉤
South Korea Korean ARM 점프 / ARM 후크, ARM Jump / ARM Hook
Netherlands Dutch ARMS-sprong / ARMS-haak
Russia Russian ARMS-прыжoк / ARMS-хук