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List of SSB4 trophies (Game & Watch series)

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This article is about Game & Watch trophies in Super Smash Bros. 4. For Game & Watch trophies in Brawl, see List of SSBB trophies (Game & Watch series). For Game & Watch trophies in Melee, see List of SSBM trophies (Game & Watch series). For links to all trophies, see List of trophies.

Both Versions[edit]

Name Picture Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Picture Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Description Trophy Box
Mr. Game & Watch
MrGame&WatchTrophy3DS.png MrGame&WatchTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Game & Watch was first released in 1980, making the series the father of the Game Boy and Nintendo DS. Or maybe an older sibling? Smash Bros., Mr. Game & Watch uses distinct retro moves to damage his foes. However, he's only two dimensional, so he's pretty easy to send flying.

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Game & Watch was a series of handheld video games that started in 1980, which pretty much makes Mr. Game & Watch the father of the Game Boy and Nintendo DS. Or maybe an older sibling? Smash Bros., Mr. Game & Watch uses distinct retro moves to damage his foes. However, he only has two dimensions, so he's pretty easy to send flying.
PAL Game & Watch was a series of handheld video games that started in 1980, before even the Game Boy. In this game, you can play as the guy who starred in them, moving about in his quirky, oh-so-retro little way. He can string together some pretty powerful attacks but, unfortunately, being 2D makes him very easy to launch.

Game & Watch (04/1980)
56. Game & Watch
Mr. Game & Watch (Alt.)
MrGame&WatchAltTrophy3DS.png MrGame&WatchAltTrophyWiiU.png Mr. Game & Watch's Oil Panic special catches shots and turns them into oil. After catching three, the bucket will be full and you'll be able to throw oil all over your enemies. Some shots, like Samus's fully powered Charge Shot, will fill the bucket in one go! Throwing the oil you get from a shot like that can KO your foes in a flash!
Game & Watch (04/1980)
75. Memorabilia
FireTrophy3DS.png FireTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Many fans of modern handheld games will fondly remember the classic Game & Watch games they played years ago, like the intense challenge of Fire. Save people from a burning building using a trampoline, bouncing them to the waiting ambulance and safety.

PAL The Game & Watch series was a revolutionary experience in gaming when it first his shelves in 1980 with titles such as Fire. As people jump from the windows of a burning building, firemen run around underneath with a trampoline, bouncing them into the waiting ambulance.

Fire (07/1980)
56. Game & Watch
LionTrophy3DS.png LionTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Back in the day, there were a lot of kids into the Game & Watch series. Quite a few adults as well, honestly. This game was a popular pick, with players controlling two zookeepers as they tried to keep the lions from escaping. The built-in clock was great for keeping track of your time spent playing!

PAL In an era before the Game Boy, countless children were enthralled by Game & Watch systems. And plenty of grown-ups, too! This game, Lion, is one such title that often proved hard to put down. The aim is to use two zoo keepers to stop the lions escaping their cage. At least the built-in clock can help you keep track of the hours you've lost!

Lion (04/1981)
56. Game & Watch
ChefTrophy3DS.png ChefTrophyWiiU.png Back in the days of the Game & Watch and the early NES years, there were a lot of games with short and simple titles—and at just four letters and one syllable, Chef is a prime example. It's all about flipping food on a frying pan without dropping any on the floor. Whether any of that food ever actually gets served to customers is a mystery...
Chef (09/1981)
56. Game & Watch
Oil Panic
OilPanicTrophy3DS.png OilPanicTrophyWiiU.png The Game & Watch Multi Screen series is the big, big brother of the Nintendo DS. One classic title was Oil Panic, which puts you in charge of a petrol station that's sprung a leak. As oil drips down on the upper screen, you've got to catch it in buckets on the lower screen or risk an angry customer with a face full of oil!
Oil Panic (05/1982)
56. Game & Watch

Wii U Version[edit]

Name Picture Description Trophy Box
Final Smash
OctopusTrophyWiiU.png The Game & Watch title Octopus featured a hero collecting treasure while avoiding a bothersome giant octopus's tentacles. Activate Mr. Game & Watch's Final Smash to transform into that octopus! Ram into opponents, and use the attack button to extend the tentacles. The only thing you can't do is change the direction you're facing. 56. Game & Watch
ManholeTrophyWiiU.png No scrolling, only one stage, only a few sounds, and the age of 3D was nothing more than a twinkle in someone's eye. Nevertheless, this game was a blast at the time. In the Game & Watch title Manhole, you move a manhole cover back and forth so that the pedestrians can safely cross the road. What a simple yet fun game!
Manhole (01/1981)
56. Game & Watch
HelmetTrophyWiiU.png Better than a regular ol' watch is Game & Watch. One of the classic titles is Helmet. Move from left to right, avoiding the falling tools. If you get hit, you'll fall down and lose your helmet. What kind of helmet falls off after only one hit?! Good thing this game is so fun you'll overlook that.
Helmet (02/1981)
56. Game & Watch


  • A model error exists on the Octopus trophy; the Duck appears to have two sets of wings, one of which is folded against its body, and another that is extended out from its body.