List of minor universes
This is a list of minor universes with smaller forms of representation in the Super Smash Bros. series. For universes which are represented by playable characters, stages, Assist Trophies, items, or enemies, see here. For Namco minor universes, see here.
Note: While there are some universes only mentioned in certain Trophy descriptions/games listings or the Chronicle mode in Super Smash Bros. Brawl (For example, Master of Illusion was mentioned in Barbara's trophy in Brawl), they are not listed due to not having enough recognition in any installment. In addition, some of these universes are only referenced in certain regions, either due to licensing issues, were only published by Nintendo in said region(s), or because said games were not released in any other region(s) (For example, a variety of sports games for the Game Boy, Super NES, and Nintendo 64 published by Nintendo were listed in the Chronicle mode in Brawl in the North American version, but not in the European version. Likewise, many games developed by Rare were listed in the European version, but not the North American version).
1080° (テン・エイティ, 1080°) is a series of snowboarding games released for the Nintendo 64 and GameCube. A character from the first game (but not the second), Kensuke Kimachi, cameos as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Additionally, Akari Hayami, Ricky Winterborn & his Snowman costume cameo as Stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and with their artwork from 1080° Avalanche. The music track Golden Forest (1080° Snowboarding) appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl in the My Music for Port Town Aero Dive, and returns under the title Golden Forest in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U on the same stage.
AR Games (ARゲームズ, AR Games) is a built-in application in the Nintendo 3DS, showcasing the Augmented Reality capabilities of the system. The Dragon Battle music appears in the Gamer stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Art Academy (絵心教室, Artistic Taste Classroom) is a series of art training games released for the DSiWare, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U, and (In Japan and PAL regions only) Wii U eShop. The game also had spin-off crossovers with the Pokémon series and The Walt Disney Company for the Nintendo 3DS called Pokémon Art Academy and Disney Art Academy, respectively. The player's art teacher, Vince, appears as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. In addition, the Swan Lesson theme is a track in the Duck Hunt stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Baten Kaitos (バテン・カイトス, Baten Kaitos) is a card battle RPG series for the Nintendo GameCube developed by Monolith Soft and tri-Crescendo. While the first game, Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean, was published by Namco, the prequel, Baten Kaitos Origins, was published by Nintendo in all regions it released in. A remix of the main battle theme from Origins, The valedictory elegy, plays on the Gaur Plain stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Big Brain Academy
Big Brain Academy (やわらかあたま塾, Big Brain Academy) is a series of puzzle educational games for the Nintendo DS and Wii where the player does a series of tests to measure their brain's mass, where the heavier the brain is, the smarter it is or the better its reaction time. Artwork of Dr. Lobe from both of the Big Brain Academy games appears as a Sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, as well as the music track Title (Big Brain Academy) appearing on the Distant Planet stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The Title (Big Brain Academy) track returns in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, but now plays on the Miiverse stage.
bit Generations (bit Generations, bit Generations), known as Digiluxe in Brawl, is a series of 7 simple games released exclusively in Japan in 2006 for the Game Boy Advance. 4 of the games were later rereleased for the Nintendo DSiWare and WiiWare along with some brand new games under the name Art Style and were released outside of Japan in North America and PAL regions. 5 out of the 7 games appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as collectible stickers. The games include Orbiter, Chromatron, Boundish, Digidrive, and Rotohex.
BIT.TRIP (BIT.TRIP, BIT.TRIP) is a series of rhythm games by independent developer Gaijin Games (now known as Choice Provisions) starring an entity known as CommanderVideo, who appears in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U as a trophy. This marks BIT.TRIP as the first series created by an independent developer to be represented in Smash.
Calciobit (カルチョビット, Calciobit) is a soccer simulation game released exclusively in Japan for the Game Boy Advance in 2006. The game then got a sequel in 2012 for the 3DS called Pocket Soccer League Calciobit that later got released in Europe exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS eShop in 2014 as Nintendo Pocket Football Club. The Athletes appear as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Captain Rainbow (キャプテン レインボー, Captain Rainbow) is an action-adventure game featuring very obscure Nintendo characters trying to find their wish in life with the help of the title hero. The titular character and the obese version of Little Mac appear as collectible trophies and a music track called Tomorrow's Passion appears in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U as a track for the Boxing Ring stage.
Card Hero (カードヒーロー, Card Hero) is a series that began with a Japan-only card battle RPG released for the Game Boy Color that popularized a relatively obscure trading card game in Japan. Trading cards came packaged with the original game. A sequel was released for the Nintendo DS in 2007 titled Kousoku Card Battle: Card Hero. A DSiWare title known as Card Hero: Speed Battle was later released in 2009, but it only allowed the ability to battle and build decks. None of the games were released outside of Japan. One of its characters, Maruo Maruhige, cameos as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee, while Hiroshi, Master and Tameo cameo as stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Chibi-Robo (ちびロボ, Chibi-Robo) is a series of various types of games whose titular character (along with his motivator, Telly) cameos as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl include Chibi-Robo, Chibi-Robo Running, Papa, and Telly with their artwork from the original Chibi-Robo and Chibi-Robo and Free Ranger with their artwork from Chibi-Robo: Park Patrol. In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, Chibi-Robo and a Chibi-Tot from Chibi-Robo: Photo Finder appear as a single collectible trophy.
Chōsōjū Mecha MG
Chōsōjū Mecha MG (超操縦メカ MG, Super Maneuvering Mecha MG) is a fighting game featuring giant robots called Marionation Gears (MG for short) for the Nintendo DS released exclusively in Japan. The Warrior Mech Gauss, HM Mech Rosa, and Musketeer Daltania appear as collectible trophies in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. All 3 of the MGs along with the Ningyou Kouchuu Viigaru appear as collectible stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Additionally, a music piece titled Marionation Gear plays on Norfair in Super Smash Bros. Brawl; the remix of Marionation Gear returns in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U on the same stage.
Cubivore (動物番長, Animal Leader) is a GameCube simulation video game, whose full title is Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest, where the player plays as a cube shaped animal, called a Cubivore, to eat other Cubivores to mutate and become stronger. Super Smash Bros. Melee promoted Cubivore before its release with the inclusion of a trophy of a creature named Alpha, although said creature does not exist in the final game.
Culdcept (カルドセプト, Culdcept) is a series of card collecting board games released on multiple consoles with different publishers, such as Sega, Namco Bandai, and Nintendo. The character Goligan appears as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and a music track known simply as Culdcept plays on the Boxing Ring stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Detective Club (探偵倶楽部, Detective Club) is a series of Japan-only detective games released for the Famicom Disk System, Super Famicom, and Satellaview. The 1st 2 Famicom games also got rereleased on the Game Boy Advance as a part of the Famicom/NES Classics series. Ayumi Tachibana cameos as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Additionally, the beginning portion of the title screen music from the the 2nd game appears in the Famicom Medley theme in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. In addition, Ayumi Tachibana was considered for Melee, but scrapped "due to a lack of familiarity abroad".
Doshin the Giant
Doshin the Giant (巨人のドシン, Doshin the Giant) is a god game for the Nintendo 64DD (which later got an expansion, also for the N64DD, and a re-release for the GameCube in 2002 in both Japan and Europe) where the player controls a yellow giant named Doshin to help the inhabitants of Barudo, but he can also transform into his evil form, Jashin, to destroy everything in sight. The two forms that the Giant can take, Love Giant (Doshin) and Hate Giant (Jashin), cameo as collectible trophies in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
English Training (トレーニング えいご, English Training) is a Nintendo DS educational game under the Touch! Generations brand released exclusively in Japan and non-English speaking countries in Europe which helps people comprehend English. The only representation is Dzuke-chan, who appears as a collectible sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Fatal Frame (零, Zero) is a series of horror games involving taking photos of ghosts. Mio and Mayu Amakura share a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, and Maya from the augmented reality-based spin-off Spirit Camera: The Cursed Memoir has a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Flower Town (すれちがいガ～デン, StreetPass Garden) is a garden simulation game available in StreetPass Mii Plaza where the player's Mii aims to grow 20 unique plants to become a Master Gardener by having their flowers watered by Miis encountered via StreetPass. The Master Gardener's Crown can be equipped by Mii Fighters in Super Smash Bros. 4. Both Mr. Mendel & Ms. Blossom share a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Fluidity (ぐるっとスプラッシュ！, All Round Splash!) is a puzzle game developed by Curve Studios released in 2010 for the WiiWare where the player controls a pool of water by tilting the Wii Remote. In 2012, a sequel by the name of Fluidity: Spin Cyle was released for the Nintendo 3DS eShop, which uses the Nintendo 3DS's gyroscope. Unlike the original game, Spin Cycle was released in Japan. Eddy from Fluidity: Spin Cycle appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS as a collectible trophy.
Fossil Fighters (カセキホリダー, Fossil Diggers) is a series of action RPG games for the DS and 3DS where players unearth and reanimate dinosaurs to fight in tournaments. A trophy of the central characters in Fossil Fighters: Frontier (along with Nibbles in the same trophy) is available in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Freakyforms (クリエイトーイ, Creatoy) is a unique series released for the Nintendo 3DS eShop and retail Nintendo 3DS (North America and PAL regions only) about creating and customizing a planet of creatures called Formees, which are created by putting together "forms" of different shapes and sizes. King Roy, the damsel-in-distress of Freakyforms Deluxe's dungeons, appears as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. A remix called Freakyforms: Your Creations, Alive! Medley also appears on the downloadable Miiverse stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Glory of Heracles
Glory of Heracles (ヘラクレスの栄光, Glory of Heracles) is an RPG series based on the Greek myth of Heracles which was originally a Japan-only series released for the Famicom, Super Famicom, and Game Boy by Data East. After Data East went bankrupt in 2003, Paon and Nintendo acquired the rights and revived the series with Glory of Heracles: Proof of the Soul for the Nintendo DS, which would later release in North America as Glory of Heracles. A music track based on that game under the title Glory of Heracles plays on the Coliseum stage appears in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
HarmoKnight (ハーモナイト, HarmoKnight) is a rhythm game released for the Nintendo 3DS eShop developed by Game Freak starring a young boy named Tempo who tries to save his home planet from the evil Noizoids as he whacks enemies to the rhythm with his music note-shaped weapon. Tempo appears as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Hotel Dusk (ウィッシュルーム, Wish Room) is a visual novel for the Nintendo DS that involves a detective named Kyle Hyde having to unravel the lore behind a mysterious hotel room. In 2010, the game got a sequel also for the Nintendo DS released only in Japan and Europe called Last Window: The Secret of Cape West, which was the last game Cing made before the company went bankrupt. Kyle Hyde has a trophy in Super Smash Bros. Brawl that is noteworthy due to the fact that it is the only animated trophy in Smash Bros. history. Kyle Hyde, Dunning Smith, and Mila all appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as collectible stickers.
Ice Hockey (アイスホッケー, Ice Hockey) is a hockey game released for the Famicom Disk System in Japan and NES in North America and the PAL regions. The Fat Hockey Player appears as a collectible sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Joy Mech Fight
Joy Mech Fight (ジョイメカファイト, Joy Mech Fight) is a Japan-only fighting game released for the Famicom in 1993 which features limbless robots fighting each other. The main robot of the game, Sukapon, appears as a collectible sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The Menu/Character Select theme also appears in the Famicom Medley theme in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
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.
Mach Rider (マッハライダー, Mach Rider) is a driving game that was one of the launch titles for the original NES. The titular character, Mach Rider, appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee as a collectible trophy. Also, a remix based on the game, simply called Mach Rider can be heard on the Big Blue stage in Super Smash Bros. Melee. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the track was moved to Port Town Aero Dive under the title Mach Rider (Melee). Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, on the other hand, moved the track to Wrecking Crew and restored the title to simply Mach Rider. The character is also a sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Magical Vacation (マジカルバケーション, Magical Vacation) is a series of fantasy RPGs for Game Boy Advance and the DS, developed by Brownie Brown, the game takes place around various students at the magic school Will-O-Wisp who each control a different element. The story in both games give you the options of choosing a boy and a girl who, for the first game Magical Vacation, both appear as a sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl but only the boy from the sequel gets the same treatment. The character Mokka from Magical Starsign appears as a trophy as well as the characters Putty and Pyrite. Kirsh from Magical Vacation, as well as the HP Pot, Mokka, Putty, and the Sparrow from Magical Starsign, all appear as collectible Stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Mii Force (すれちがいシューティング, StreetPass Shooting) is a shoot 'em up game available in StreetPass Mii Plaza about the player's Mii and their squad of other Miis tagged via StreetPass as they save the galaxy from the thieving Gold Bone Gang. The helmets worn by the Mii Force squad members can be equipped by Mii Fighters in Super Smash Bros. 4. The Mii Force Captain and Gold Bone appear as collectible trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Monster Manor (すれちがい迷宮, StreetPass Labyrinth) is a puzzle RPG available in StreetPass Mii Plaza where the player's Mii creates rooms in a haunted mansion by laying out map pieces given to them by StreetPass-encountered players. Iris Archwell and Demon King Arzodius appear as collectible trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
NES Remix (ファミコンリミックス, Famicom Remix) is a game series that challenges the player to complete a variety of short tasks within classic NES titles. NES Remix was released on the Wii U eShop in 2013 and received a sequel the following year. Both games were then released on one disc as a full retail Wii U game titled NES Remix Pack. A third game titled Ultimate NES Remix was also released for the Nintendo 3DS.
Prior to post game additons, NES Remix was the newest franchise represented in Super Smash Bros. 4, with the first game releasing 11 months before the release of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Nintendo Land (ニンテンドーランド, Nintendo Land) is a "virtual theme park" game released for the Wii U console at launch, up to five players could play through 12 attractions based off of different Nintendo franchises, all of which also appearing as universes in Super Smash Bros. as well. In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the robotic park guide Monita has her own trophy, as well as the music tracks Nintendo Land Medley and Title Theme (Nintendo Land), used on Miiverse.
Nintendouji (任天童子, Nintendouji) is a Japan-only dungeon crawler starring a titular character released in 2013 for the Nintendo 3DS eShop (albeit as a DSiWare game) exclusive to Gold and Platinum Club Nintendo members; it was re-released in 2015 as one of the final set of Club Nintendo rewards in Japan. The titular character appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS as a trophy, unlocked after clearing All-Star Mode on Hard difficulty for the first time.
Ouendan (応援団, Cheer Squad), reworked as Elite Beat Agents for the only game of the series released in the West, is a series of music-based rhythm action games developed by iNiS for the Nintendo DS. The games revolve around Japanese cheerleaders/agents in black singing and dancing to famous songs of multiple genres to assist people in need. Both Ryuta Ippongi and Hayato Saionji of the Japanese versions appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a single trophy while Agent J, Agent Morris, and Agent Derek of the Western version appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a single trophy as well. Each of the above characters also appear as stickers in Brawl, as do the characters Hajime Tanaka, Kai Doumeki, and Sayaka Amemiya from Ouendan, and Commander Kahn from Elite Beat Agents.
Pandora's Tower (パンドラの塔, Pandora's Tower) is an action RPG for the Wii about a 22-year-old boy named Aeron who has to save an 18-year-old girl named Elena from transforming into a hideous beast by feeding her the flesh of monsters in 13 towers. Both Aeron and Elena share a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Pushmo (引ク押ス, Pull Push) is a platforming puzzle franchise for the 3DS eShop and Wii U eShop where the main character, Mallo, has to move blocks to create steps to rescue children and birds trapped in various structures, sometimes designed to resemble popular Nintendo characters. Mallo gets a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Rayman (レイマン, Rayman) is a platforming franchise focusing on the limbless hero Rayman as he protects his world against everything from robot pirates to psychotic bunnies. Ubisoft's titular character, alongside his best friend Globox and the barbarian princess Barbara from Rayman Legends, appear as collectible trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, marking the first time a third-party franchise was represented in Smash without being connected to a playable representative; it is worth noting, however, that the Wii U version of Rayman Legends was published by Nintendo in Japan.
Rusty's Real Deal Baseball
Rusty's Real Deal Baseball (だるめしスポーツ店, Darumeshi Sports Shop) is a collection of 10 baseball minigames released for the Nintendo 3DS eShop. An interesting fact is that the game's titual character got a different name and design between the Japanese and American versions. Like Ouendan and the Elite Beat Agents in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, both Darumeshi Sports's Inuji Darumeshi and Rusty's Real Deal Baseball's Rusty Slugger appear as collectible trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, no matter the region.
Sakura Samurai (桜侍, Sakura Samurai) is an action-adventure game on the Nintendo 3DS eShop set in feudal Japan where a samurai, who was trained by a kappa, tries to save the princess named 'Cherry Blossom' from an evil warrior. Sakura Samurai, the protagonist, is represented as a trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS. By way of music, Boss 1 (Sakura Samurai: Art of the Sword) is an available track on the Luigi's Mansion stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Sennen Kazoku (千年家族, Thousand Year Family) is a life-simulation game for the Game Boy Advance released exclusively in Japan starring an angel named Cupid who has been sent by God to protect a family from danger. Cupid, Kamisama (God), Akuma (The Devil), and Aijou Boom no Ya appear as collectible stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Shaberu! DS Oryōri Navi
Shaberu! DS Oryōri Navi (しゃべる!DSお料理ナビ, It Talks! DS Cooking Navigator) is a digital cookbook for the DS, the sequel to which was released outside of Japan as Personal Trainer: Cooking, under the Personal Trainer series. A music track from the game appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl in the My Music for PictoChat under the partially-translated title Shaberu! DS Cooking Navi. Additionally, the Chef appears as a collectible sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Shin Onigashima (新・鬼ヶ島, New Island of Oni) is a game retelling of a Japanese folktale. It is part of the Famicom Folktales series, also consisting of Yūyūki. The main characters, Donbe & Hikari, cameo together as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Additionally, the music track Shin Onigashima appears in the My Music for Summit in Super Smash Bros. Brawl; the track was moved to Boxing Ring in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U under the variant title Shin Onigashima Medley. Donbe also appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as a collectible sticker.
Slide Adventure MAGKID
Slide Adventure MAGKID (スライドアドベンチャー マグキッド, Slide Adventure MAGKID) is a Japan-only game released for the Nintendo DS that stars a strange tiny circle named Magkid, who, along with the Midori Mushi enemy, appear as collectible stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Slide Adventure MAGKID was the newest universe represented in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, releasing 5 months prior to Brawl's release date.
Soccer (サッカー, Soccer) is an association football game released on the NES. The Soccer Ball item's trophy states that its debut game is Soccer. A portion of the music during gameplay appears in the Famicom Medley track in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Splatoon (スプラトゥーン, Splatoon) is a Wii U third-person shooter developed by Nintendo EAD. Mii Fighter costumes based on the playable characters, Inklings, were released as downloadable content for Super Smash Bros. 4 on June 14th, 2015; downloading said costumes also gives the player an Inkling trophy. With its debut in May 2015, Splatoon currently holds the title of the newest series with representation in Smash of any sort. This is also the only minor universe to have a trophy available in both versions of SSB4.
Stunt Race FX
Stunt Race FX (ワイルドトラックス, Wild Trax) is a cartoon-style, 3D-racing video game for the SNES developed by Argonaut Software. F-Type and Tractor Trailer appear as collectible stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
There is an empty music track filename in Brawl's files labelled "snd_bgm_R01_WILDTRACKS", which is assumed to be part of this universe, since Wild Trax is the Japanese name for Stunt Race FX. However, the file itself is empty, as with other unused music files.
Style Savvy (ガールズモード, Girls Mode) is a series of fashion RPGs where the player owns a clothing store, participates in fashion shows, and can put their custom clothes up for download for other players online. The series gets a trophy of Michaela in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, and two music tracks that play on the Wuhu Island stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U: Style Savvy: Trendsetters and Pop Fashion Show.
Tetris (テトリス, Tetris) is a famous Soviet Russian tile-matching puzzle video game series created by Alexey Pajitnov that released on various consoles over the years. Both Tetris: Type A and Tetris: Type B from the Game Boy version appear in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as music for the Luigi's Mansion stage. Tetris: Type A reappeared in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, but only as a track for Smash Run. In Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, both tracks reappear. While Tetris: Type A still plays in the Luigi's Mansion stage like in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Tetris: Type B is moved to the Wuhu Island stage.
The Last Story
The Last Story (ラストストーリー, Last Story) is a Wii RPG directed by Hironobu Sakaguchi, the original creator of Final Fantasy. The main characters Zael and Calista appear as collectible trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
The Wonderful 101
The Wonderful 101 (ザ・ワンダフル・ワン・オー・ワン, The Wonderful 101) is an action game developed by PlatinumGames for Wii U. Players take control of a team of masked superheroes, known as the Wonderful 100 (pronounced One-Double Oh), to save Earth from GEATHJERK, a legion of alien invaders. The main character, Wonder-Red, appears as a trophy along with the six other Wonderful Ones in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, alongside two tracks. ST01: Roll Out, Wonderful 100! plays on the Pilotwings stage, and Jergingha - Planet Destruction Form plays on the Mario Galaxy stage.
Thru (すりぬけアナトウス, Slip-Through Anatos) is a series of puzzle games where the player has to make floating shapes fit through holes by flipping or turning them. In 2010, the first game, called ThruSpace, released on the WiiWare on the Wii Shop Channel. The game then got a sequel for the Nintendo 3DS eShop called SpeedThru: Potzol's Puzzle in PAL regions and Ketzal's Corridors in North America. A collectible trophy of the Guardians from Ketzal's Corridors appear in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Trace Memory (アナザーコード, Another Code) is a visual novel series debuting on the Nintendo DS that revolves around central character Ashley Robbins, who must solve puzzles to unlock the mystery surrounding her parents. In 2009, a sequel for the Wii was released only in Japan and Europe, which was one of the last games made by Cing before the company went bankrupt. Ashley appears as a trophy and two stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Ashley, Ashley viewing the DTS, Jessica, and the Captain appear as collectible stickers in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Urban Champion (アーバンチャンピオン, Urban Champion) is an early fighting game released for the NES. The victory theme appears as the last song in the Famicom Medley track in Super Smash Bros. Brawl before the track starts all over. Interestingly, the main character of Urban Champion was one of the many considered characters for Melee to represent the NES era of games.
Virtua Fighter (バーチャファイター, Virtua Fighter) is Sega's long-running series of fighting games, notable for inventing the 3D fighting game. It is represented in Smash by downloadable content costumes for Mii Brawlers based on Akira Yuki, the main protagonist of the series, as he appears in the first Virtua Fighter game, and Jacky Bryant as he appears in more recent games.
Warrior's Way (すれちがい合戦, StreetPass Battle) is a battle simulation game available in StreetPass Mii Plaza about the player's Mii amassing armies by encountering other players via StreetPass to take over the world. Wentworth and Fynalle appear as collectible trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS.
Wave Race (ウエーブレース, Wave Race) is a series of jet-ski racing games released for Game Boy (Western regions only), Nintendo 64, and GameCube. The flagship character of the latter two, Ryota Hayami, cameos as a collectible trophy in Super Smash Bros. Melee and as a Sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl alongside Akari Hayami, Rob Haywood, and the logo for Wave Race: Blue Storm (all 4 using their Wave Race: Blue Storm artwork).
Wii Party (Wiiパーティ, Wii Party) is a party game series released as a part of the Wii series. The titles involve a combination of board game action with a variety of minigames - taking heavy inspiration from the Mario Party series, but featuring Miis as its playable characters. The only representation is a music track called Final Results (Wii Party U) that plays on the Miiverse stage in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
Wii Play (はじめてのWii, Your First Step to Wii) is a collection of minigames released for the Wii and a part of the Wii series. The game then got a sequel called Wii Play: Motion which required the Wii RemotePlus peripheral. The only representation is a music track called Charge! (Wii Play) that plays on the PictoChat stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
X (エックス, X) is a series of vehicular combat games. The series debuted with the Japan-only Game Boy game X, which is represented in Super Smash Bros. Brawl by a music track, Tunnel Scene (X), on the Lylat Cruise stage's My Music and by the Training Academy Coach as a collectible sticker. Tunnel Scene (X) also appears in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U in the same capacity. A music track from the DSiWare revival of the series, Tunnel Theme (X-Scape), appears in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U as music for the Orbital Gate Assault stage.
Yakuman (役満, Yakuman) is a series of Japan-only games based on the Chinese game of Mahjong released on multiple Nintendo consoles that first started with an electronic handheld game in 1983 made by Nintendo called Computer Mah-jong Yakuman. While the first two games on the Famicom were called Mahjong and 4 Nin Uchi Mahjong, respectively, the name Yakuman was first used in the Game Boy version. The third first-party Mahjong game for the Famicom would also have the Yakuman name, called Shin 4nin Uchi Mahjong: Yakuman Tengoku. This version is the first in the series to let the player choose a character. A fifth game for the Super Famicom, called Zoo-tto Mahjong!, has animals as the characters. There is also a Game Boy Advance version, called Dokodemo Taikyoku: Yakuman Advance, which allowed the player to pick human characters like in Yakuman Tengoku. In 2005, a DS version, called Yakuman DS, was released that starred characters from the Mario series. There are also versions for the WiiWare, DSiWare, 3DS eShop, and Wii U eShop that use Mii characters. The Yakuman Player on the cover of the Game Boy version appears as a collectible sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Zangeki no Reginleiv
Zangeki no Reginleiv (斬撃のREGINLEIV, Slashing Reginleiv) is a gory hack and slash game for the Wii, being the first Nintendo published game to receive a D(17+) rating from the CERO, about 2 young Norse deity siblings who battle giant monsters. The game's 2 protagonists, Frey and Freya, appear as collectible trophies in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.
A number of game consoles, a GameCube trophy and the item Super Scope in Melee, the item Super Scope and the music tracks Mii Channel and Wii Shop Channel through My Music in Brawl for the stage PictoChat all are based on Nintendo hardware of no specific universe. Also, the Famicom Disk System's mascot, Diskun cameos as a collectible trophy in Melee. In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS, a new remix of the Mii Channel plays on the Tomodachi Life stage under the title Mii Plaza. It and a remix of the Wii Shop Channel theme appear in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, on the Miiverse stage.
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