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Min Min using ARMS Rush in Ultimate.
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ARMS Rush is Min Min's Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.


When activated, Min Min will punch forward with her left ARM in the shape of a dragon, knocking any opponent away. The game will transition into a cutscene where other ARMS fighters will join together and attack, before Min Min fires a laser from her Dragon ARM to blast the opponent against a gong to finish off the attack, afterwards ending the cutscene. Only one victim can be affected by the Final Smash at one time, though the initial punch will cause damage to bystanders.

The ARMS fighters that appear in this Final Smash are Spring Man, Ribbon Girl, Ninjara, Twintelle, Mechanica, and Master Mummy.

Instructional quotes[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Move List MinMinHeadSSBU.png One opponent will be caught up in an attack from the left ARM as it transforms into Dragon, and from numerous ARMS fighters who swoop in to deal damage and send the opponent flying.


In ARMS, each character has a Rush ability, which is filled up by the Rush Gauge as matches progress. Once the gauge is full, the player can activate their Rush, which is a flurry of punches (of varying appearances, depending on the ARMS used). Spring Man's role as an Assist Trophy utilizes the Rush as well, albeit more faithfully to its appearance in ARMS.

The Final Smash also looks similar to Ninjara's segment of Min Min's reveal trailer, where a bunch of different ARMS bombard him all at once.

The gong that the opponent is launched into resembles the gong on Min Min's stage in ARMS, Ramen Bowl, which can be chimed if hit by a fighter's punch.



  • Byte & Barq, Kid Cobra, and Helix are the only playable characters in the base game of ARMS that are not featured in this Final Smash.
  • The seven characters in ARMS Rush (including Min Min) make up the first seven fighters in ARMS.
  • The ARMS characters showcased in ARMS Rush are 2D images, much like Sothis during Byleth's Final Smash. However, the various ARMS in the cutscene (along with the gong at the end of the move) are fully modeled, likely due to them actually interacting with the victims during the Final Smash.[1]
  • The ARMS casts' voice clips during ARMS Rush are fused into one voice clip; this is easier to notice when the game speed is slowed down in Training Mode.
    • Their voice clips are not present in the Sound Test, unlike other characters who call other characters during their Final Smash, such as Shulk and Joker.
  • This is the second Final Smash in the series where an Assist Trophy (in this case, Spring Man) makes a cameo, the first one being Chain Attack.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Japan Japanese ARMSラッシュ, ARMS Rush
UK English ARMS Rush
Quebec French (NTSC) Offensive ARMS
Germany German ARMS-Ansturm
Italy Italian Combo ARMS
Mexico Spanish (NTSC) Avalancha ARMS
Netherlands Dutch ARMageddon