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Joy Mech Fight (universe)

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Joy Mech Fight (universe)
Joy Mech Fight logo.png
Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Genre(s) Fighting
Console/platform of origin Famicom
First installment Joy Mech Fight (1993) Japan
Latest installment Joy Mech Fight (1993) Japan

Joy Mech Fight (ジョイメカファイト, Joy Mech Fight), alternatively translated as Joy Mecha Fight, is a Japan-only fighting game released for the Famicom in 1993 which features limbless robots fighting each other. The game was re-released in January 2019 via Family Computer Nintendo Switch Online.

In Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

In a posting on the official Q&A site for Melee, director Masahiro Sakurai mentioned that Sukapon had been planned as an item for that game, but was cut because of unspecified "adult matters". Sakurai mentions that characters would have been able to ride Sukapon.

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Sukapon appears as a collectible sticker in Brawl.


Name Game Effect Character(s)
Joy Mech Fight Joy Mech Fight StickerIconLaunchPower.png +10 RandomHeadSSBB.png
Brawl Sticker Sukapon (Joy Mech Fight).png
(Joy Mech Fight)

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

Ultimate saw the return of the Joy Mech Fight universe after its absence in Smash 4, with Sukapon now appearing as an Assist Trophy, along with a spirit associated to it.

Assist Trophy[edit]

Sukapon: Sukapon appears as an Assist Trophy in Ultimate, twirling around the stage with raised arms and attacking opponents using projectile heads, a back-throw, and a rolling charge.


Sukapon appears as a spirit.

No. Image Name Type Class Slots Base Power Max Power Base Attack Max Attack Base Defense Max Defense Ability
★★★★ 2 4251 10630 2106 5265 1905 4764 Strong Throw