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Smash Remix

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Smash Remix is a gameplay modification of Super Smash Bros. for the Nintendo 64, with the vision of expanding upon the original game with new characters, stages, and features while staying true to its core gameplay. All mechanics and original 12 characters are unchanged. This vision also involves having tournaments where the new characters are pitched against the old ones, all the clones being viable against the originals.

Characters[edit]

The character selection screen of Smash Remix, with all currently available characters.

Smash Remix features all 12 characters from the original game without any changes. Additionally, the player has the option to play as regional variants of the characters (See also: List of regional version differences (SSB)), with the only ones not present being Fox (Europe) and Link (Australia). Currently, 13 new characters have been added labeled as "Remix Characters", with two currently unknown slots on the character selection screen. Prior to Version 0.9, Remix Characters would completely replace the characters they were based on (Ganondorf replaced Captain Falcon, Young Link replaced Link, Falco replaced Fox, and Dr. Mario replaced Mario). This would be changed starting in Version 0.9 to allow players to use the original characters alongside the new ones. In addition to Remix Characters, "Boss Characters" are also playable, with the player given the ability to choose them upon input when selecting a certain character. These boss characters include the originally unplayable Metal Mario, Giant Donkey Kong, and polygon versions, being the boss characters of Mario, Donkey Kong, and each of the original 12 respectively. Brand new boss characters have also been included, with Giga Bowser, Mad Piano, and Super Sonic being the boss characters of Bowser, Luigi, and Sonic respectively.

Original (12)
Mario SSB.png
Mario
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Luigi SSB.png
Luigi
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Yoshi SSB.png
Yoshi
YoshiSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Donkey Kong SSB.png
Donkey Kong
Symbol of the DK series, pre-Brawl.
Link SSB.png
Link
ZeldaSymbol.svg
Samus SSB.png
Samus
MetroidSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Kirby SSB.png
Kirby
KirbySymbol.svg
Fox SSB.png
Fox
StarFoxSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Pikachu SSB.png
Pikachu
PokemonSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Jigglypuff SSB.png
Jigglypuff
PokemonSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Captain Falcon SSB.png
Captain Falcon
FZeroSymbol.svg
Ness SSB.png
Ness
EarthboundSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Remix (13)
SSB64 Remix Bowser.png
Bowser
Bowser's symbol in Project M as well as its related mods.
SSB64 Remix Dr Mario.png
Dr. Mario
Smash remix series icon dr mario.png
SSB64 Remix Ganondorf.png
Ganondorf
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Young Link.png
Young Link
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Dark Samus.jpg
Dark Samus
MetroidSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Falco.png
Falco
StarFoxSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Wolf.png
Wolf
StarFoxSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Mewtwo.png
Mewtwo
PokemonSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Lucas.png
Lucas
EarthboundSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Marth.png
Marth
FireEmblemSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Wario.png
Wario
WarioSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Sonic.png
Sonic
SonicSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Conker.png
Conker
Smash remix series icon conker.png
Boss Characters (6)
SSB64 Remix Metal Mario.png
Metal Mario
MetalMarioSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Giga Bowser.png
Giga Bowser
Bowser's symbol in Project M as well as its related mods.
SSB64 Remix Mad Piano.png
Mad Piano
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Donkey Kong SSB.png
Giant Donkey Kong
Symbol of the DK series, pre-Brawl.
SSB64 Remix Super Sonic.png
Super Sonic
SonicSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Poly Yoshi.png
Polygon
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.

Stages[edit]

As of version 1.1.0, Smash Remix features 77 slots for stages on 5 pages on the stage selection screen (17 per page, 6x3 with random stage at the bottom right). It also features two toggles for turning stage hazards or Platform Movement off.

From the original Super Smash Bros., all nine original stages are included, with Omega and Dream Land versions for all of them. Unlike Ω form and Battlefield form stages in the official titles, the Stage hazard of each is still present if hazards are enabled. Omega stages keep the dimensions of Dream Land's main platform and blast zones as opposed to the N64 Final Destination, owing to its abnormally high ceiling. Some stages also have a "remix" form, which encompasses alternate variations that cannot otherwise be classified. Several stages are included from across the official Smash series, while others are entirely original and might come from series that are not represented in Remix by a playable character. Some of the stages originating from official Smash games (such as Green Hill Zone) feature similar aesthetics but significantly altered layouts, while others like Corneria City (Lylat Cruise) significantly change the aesthetics but keep the same layout as the original.

Stages that come with Omega, Dream Land, and Remix variations will be marked with a superscript Ω (Omega), δ (Delta), and ρ (Rho) respectively. Stages that do not currently have their hazard implemented will be marked with a superscript X.

Already in Smash 64 (16)
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Duel Zoneδ
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
Final Destination as seen in SSB.
Final Destinationδρ
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
PeachCastleSSB.jpg
Peach's CastleΩδρ
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
MushroomKingdom64.jpg
Mushroom KingdomΩδρ
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
MetaCrystal.png
Meta Crystalδ
MetalMarioSymbol.svgSymbol of the Smash Bros. series.
YoshisStorySSB.png
Yoshi's IslandΩδ
YoshiSymbol(preBrawl).svg
YoshisStorySSB.png
Mini Yoshi's Island
YoshiSymbol(preBrawl).svg
CongoJungle.png
Congo JungleΩδ
Symbol of the DK series, pre-Brawl.
HyruleCastleSSB.png
Hyrule CastleΩδρ
ZeldaSymbol.svg
PlanetZebesSSB.png
Planet ZebesΩδ
MetroidSymbol(preBrawl).svg
Dream Land in Super Smash Bros..
Dream LandΩ
KirbySymbol.svg
KirbyBeta1N64.png
Small
KirbySymbol.svgSymbol of the Smash Bros. series.
KirbyBeta2.png
New
KirbySymbol.svgSymbol of the Smash Bros. series.
The Tutorial Stage of Super Smash Bros.
Tutorial Stage
KirbySymbol.svgSymbol of the Smash Bros. series.
SectorZSSB.png
Sector ZΩδρ
StarFoxSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SaffronCitySSB.png
Saffron CityΩδ
PokemonSymbol(preBrawl).svg
From Melee (15)
SSB64 Remix Peachs Castle 2.png
Peach's Castle 2
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Subcon.png
Subcon
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Yoshis Story.png
Yoshi's Story
YoshiSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Kongo Falls.png
Kongo Falls
Symbol of the DK series, pre-Brawl.
SSB64 Remix Jungle Japes.png
Jungle Japes
Symbol of the DK series, pre-Brawl.
SSB64 Remix Great Bay.png
Great Bay
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Hyrule Temple.png
Hyrule Temple
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Fountain of Dreams.png
Fountain of Dreams
KirbySymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Dream Greens.png
Dream Greens
KirbySymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Corneria.png
Corneria
StarFoxSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Venom.png
Venom
StarFoxSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Pokemon Stadium.png
Pokémon Stadium
PokemonSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Big Blue.png
Big Blue
FZeroSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Onett.png
Onett
EarthboundSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Flat Zone.png
Flat Zone
Game&WatchSymbol.svg
From Brawl (8)
SSB64 Remix Delfino Plaza.png
Delfino Plaza
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix World 1-1.png
World 1-1
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Yoshis Island II.png
Yoshi's Island 2
YoshiSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Corneria City.png
Corneria City
StarFoxSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Castle Siege.png
Castle Siege
FireEmblemSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Flat Zone 2.png
Flat Zone 2
Game&WatchSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Wario Ware Inc.png
WarioWare, Inc.
WarioSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Smashville.png
Smashville
Symbol of the Animal Crossing series.
From Smash 4 (3)
SSB64 Remix Skyloft.png
Skyloft
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Kalos.png
Kalos Pokémon League
PokemonSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Mute City.png
Mute Cityδ
FZeroSymbol.svg
From Ultimate (3)
SSB64 Remix Battlefield.png
Battlefield
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
SSB64 Remix Mementos.png
Mementos
PersonaSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Spiral Mountain.png
Spiral Mountain
Official symbol for the Banjo-Kazooie series.
Original (32)
SSB64 Remix Dragon King.png
Dragon King
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
SSB64 Remix First Destination.png
First Destination
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
SSB64 Remix Showdown.png
Showdown
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
SSB64 Remix Frays Stage.png
Fray's Stageρ
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
SSB64 Remix Smashketball.png
Smashketball
Symbol of the Smash Bros. series.
SSB64 Remix Cool Cool Mountain.png
Cool Cool Mountainδρ
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Dr Mario (stage).png
Dr. Mario
Smash remix series icon dr mario.png
SSB64 Remix Bowsers Stadium.png
Bowser’s Stadium
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Goomba Road.png
Goomba Road
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Bowsers Keep.png
Bowser’s Keep
Bowser's symbol in Project M as well as its related mods.
SSB64 Remix Pirate Land.png
Pirate Land
MarioSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Frosty Village.png
Frosty Village
Symbol of the DK series, pre-Brawl.
SSB64 Remix Ganons Tower.png
Ganon’s Tower
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Deku Tree.png
Deku Tree
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Gerudo Valley.png
Gerudo Valley
ZeldaSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Zebes Landing.png
Zebes Landing
MetroidSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Norfair.png
Norfair
MetroidSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Osohe Castle.png
Osohe Castle
EarthboundSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix New Pork City.png
New Pork City
EarthboundSymbol(preBrawl).svg
SSB64 Remix Kitchen Island.png
Kitchen Island
WarioSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Green Hill Zone.png
Green Hill Zone
SonicSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Casino Night Zone.png
Casino Night Zone
SonicSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Metallic Madness.png
Metallic Madness
SonicSymbol.svg
SSB64 Remix Mad Monster Mansion.png
Mad Monster Mansion
Official symbol for the Banjo-Kazooie series.
SSB64 Remix Windy.png
Windy
Smash remix series icon conker.png
SSB64 Remix N64 Stage.png
N64 Stage
SSB64 Remix Game Boy Land.png
Game Boy Land
SSB64 Remix Tower of Heaven.png
Tower of Heaven
SSB64 Remix Glacial River.png
Glacial River
SSB64 Remix Rith Esa.png
Rith Essa
SSB64 Remix dataDyne.png
dataDyne
SSB64 Remix Planet Clancer.png
Planet Clancer


Stage legality[edit]

According to https://www.smashremix.net/rules the suggested stage list from the remix dev team consists of Dreamland as the starter stage and 10 possible counterpicks:

Image Stage Status Notes
Dream Land in Super Smash Bros.. Dream Land Starter Main stage in vanilla 64 (and only stage for competitive play). Playing on alternative versions such as Zebes Landing or Fray's Stage is also allowed. Wind hazard is usually turned off.
SSB64 Remix Pokemon Stadium.png Pokémon Stadium Counterpick No transformations.
SSB64 Remix Yoshis Story.png Yoshi's Story Counterpick Cloud moves like in Melee. No Shy Guy hazards.
SSB64 Remix Smashville.png Smashville Counterpick Platform permanently moves horizontally to both ends of the stage.
SSB64 Remix Goomba Road.png Goomba Road Counterpick
SSB64 Remix Gerudo Valley.png Gerudo Valley Counterpick
SSB64 Remix Kalos.png Kalos Pokémon League Counterpick No stage transformations.
SSB64 Remix Spiral Mountain.png Spiral Mountain Counterpick No stage transformations.
SSB64 Remix Dr Mario (stage).png Dr. Mario Counterpick
SSB64 Remix Glacial River.png Glacial River Counterpick
SSB64 Remix Planet Clancer.png Planet Clancer Counterpick Moving platform lower than the stage center that sometimes comes out on both sides of it.

Modes[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Melee marks newly added modes inspired by later Smash games like Melee, Super Smash Bros. marks other added modes or menu options.

1-Player[edit]

Remix 1-Player[edit]

Multiplayer[edit]

Differences to Original Content[edit]

  • All unlockable content has been made available from the start.
  • The Fighting Polygon Team and Metal Mario have been given data they were missing in the original release, such as portraits for 1P Game and victory animations, to prevent crashing.
  • The pause menu camera's rotation limits have been disabled.
  • Features that were removed or changed between versions of the game, such as momentum slide and differing directional influence, can be re-enabled through Remix Settings.

Release History[edit]

Date Version Main New Features New Characters Release Trailer
05/13/2019 0.5 - Ganondorf [1]
05/31/2019 0.6 - Moveset changes for Ganondorf including first new animations -
06/12/2019 0.7 - Young Link [2]
06/27/2019 0.8 - 1st new stage: Ganon's Tower -
07/19/2019 0.8.1 - 2nd new stage: Corneria City Falco [3]
08/08/2019 0.8.2 - Adding instead of replacing stages
- Merge with SSBMSE (all stages)
Dr. Mario [4]
10/28/2019 0.9 - Adding instead of replacing characters
- 19XX Features like timed stock match
- [5]
12/24/2019 0.9.1 - All 19XXCE features Dark Samus [6]
03/15/2020 0.9.2 - Regional Variants & 1P exclusive characters
- Break the Targets for Remix Character
Wario [7]
05/12/2020 0.9.3 - New Regional Variants
- Board the Platforms for Remix Characters
Lucas [8]
06/21/2020 0.9.3b (Bug Fixes) -
07/17/2020 0.9.3c (Bug Fixes) -
09/06/2020 0.9.4 - Multi-Man Smash mode
- Twelve character battle mode
Bowser
Giga Bowser
[9]
12/06/2020 0.9.5 - New Items: Cloaking Device, Super Mushroom, Poison Mushroom
- Kirby hats & copy ability for remix characters
Mad Piano [10]
12/19/2020 0.9.5b (Bug Fixes) -
05/11/2021 0.9.7 - Remix 1P Mode
- Vs Mode Character customization: Size, Visibility, Skeleton mode, Random Knockback mode
Wolf
Conker
[11]
09/19/2021 1.0.0 - All-Star Mode
- Additional Character Costumes
- New options in Vs Mode Character customization: Shield color, custom stock count, frame delay
- Other: Song display, random profiles in settings
Mewtwo
Marth
[12]
09/19/2021 1.0.1 (Bug Fixes) -
02/10/2022 1.1.0 - Home-Run Contest
- Stamina Mode
- Other: Taunt Item Spawn, Input Display, Costume/Shield Match, Remix Bonus Select
Sonic
Super Sonic
[13]
02/17/2022 1.1.1 (Bug Fixes) -

Credits (Developers)[edit]

Viewable Credits, with the people involved in this mod after the Nintendo's developers of the original 64 game, were added in v1.1.0

  • Project Leader: The Smashfather
  • Creative Director: Fray
  • Developer: MarioReincarnate, Cyjorg
  • Lead Artist: Sope
  • Animation and Import Specialist: Subdrag
  • Moveset Designer: Honey
  • Installation Specialist: CEnnis91
  • Modellers: Retro64, Sope, Likiji123, Fray, Pik, Dshaynie, Garret Atwood, Adrian Garcia, M-1, TheQuickSlash
  • Artists: Sope, Retro64, Connor Rentz, Colonel Birdstrong, Jay6T4, Likiji123, Pik, Gael Romo
  • Animators: Sope, Fray, Coolguy, Super4ng, Dshaynie, Retro64, MrLuigi001, SushiiZ, Meekal, BlazingFireOmega, PrufStudent, Zeozen, M-1
  • Musicians: TT, MyNewSoundtrack, PablosCorner, Sope, Retro64, DSC, coffee, mosky2000, Jay6T4, Pun, Fray, TheQuickSlash
  • Stage Designers: BridGurrr, Jay6T4, Plaehni, Farcry15, smb123w64gb, Sope, Fray, Snooplax, Sixty Four, M-1, Retro64, TheQuickSlash, ownsoldier
  • Voice Artists: Zarkpudd, Puma Pet
  • Modders: Qapples, smb123w64gb, FaxMeAppleJuice, goombapatrol
  • Consultants: Madao, DannySSB, tehz, Carnivorous, CrookedPoe/Clockwise, CrashOverride, M-1, Kaki, Katakiri
  • Playtesters: Darkhorse, Stevie G, Luigidoed, Dogs Johnson, emptyW, Raychu, Revan, Big Red, Cobr, Andykins, JaimeHR, JayKayAr, madrush, Shalaka, Kix, Kaki, Fruity, HAMMERHEART and many others

External links[edit]