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Official artwork of Sukapon from Joy Mech Fight.
Universe Joy Mech Fight
Debut Joy Mech Fight (1993)
Smash Bros. appearances Ultimate
Most recent non-Smash appearance Joy Mech Fight (1993)
Console/platform of origin Famicom
Species Robot
Place of origin Japan
Designed by Noriyuki Harada

Sukapon (スカポン, Sukapon) is the main character of Joy Mech Fight.


Sukapon's appearance in Joy Mech Fight.

Sukapon was made by Dr. Little Emon and Dr. Ivan Walnuts. When Dr. Walnuts declared his intent to rule the world, Dr. Emon used Sukapon to defeat Dr. Walnuts's robots and stop his evil scheme. After an epic battle on the moon and a change of heart by Dr. Walnuts (apparently due to a split-personality), Sukapon returned to a career in owarai.

Sukapon is a tricky character, with a moveset slightly unconventional and many ways to keep the opponent guessing. Without stage corners, mobility and pressure become vital, to the point where many characters have potent options for both. Everyone has at least one special move to approach foes or apply ranged pressure; Sukapon has two: Sukapon Roll and Konnanirahen, both of which have extra possible inputs for more options. Sukapon Roll charges towards the opponent and can either spring Sukapon forward, stop all momentum, or use a strict motion input to make a sharp arc for extra but randomized damage. It can be done in the air too, changing arcs based on vertical momentum. Konnanirahen sends Sukapon's head out as a long-range attack, and Sukapon can either allow it to return or slide towards it. Sukapon also has a deceptively-far reaching overhead toss as well as Tondeker, a projectile with adjustable speed via lateral inputs. Sukapon's damage output is average at best, though is regarded as lacking overall due to slow movement, floaty jump, and said movement specials being rather bad as attacks. Sukapon's low gravity leaves it open against many characters after the roll connects, and the head-tossing move Konnanirahen is powerful, but slow.

Every one of the original eight robots has an advanced clone. Sukapon's clone, Sukapokon, has a more aggressive playstyle and is considered among the best in the game. Each of the clone enemies are stronger and faster than their base counterparts, as well as having more knockdown attacks. Sukapokon Roll knocking down makes it far more useful despite its lower blockstun. Lastly, Konnanirahen is replaced with Nonsense, a rapid-punch attack borrowed from another character who bears some similarities to Sukapon.

In Super Smash Bros. Melee[edit]

Sukapon was originally going to be an item in Melee, and would have been able to be jumped on by characters, but was cut for "adult matters".[1]

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl[edit]

Sukapon appears as a sticker in Brawl.


Name Game Effect Characters
Sukapon Joy Mech Fight SpecialLaunchPower+010StickerIconLaunchPower.png +10 All charactersRandomHeadSSBB.png
Brawl Sticker Sukapon (Joy Mech Fight).png
(Joy Mech Fight)

In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

As an Assist Trophy[edit]

Using Tondeker against Ryu in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Sukapon appears as an Assist Trophy in Ultimate, moving around the stage while twirling with raised arms, and can jump with flailing hands whenever. Sukapon attacks by using three special moves: Tondeker, a head-tossing projectile; Sukapon Toss, a close-range throw; and Sukapon Roll, a spinning charge with a long rebound. Sukapon can also block attacks just like in Joy Mech Fight, but is still vulnerable to grabbing. Sukapon has small black dots for eyes but has a circle surrounding the dot when attacked and on the Tondeker head projectile, giving off a surprised expression. The Assist Trophy does a little dance before vanishing, a reference to the Joy Mech Fight victory animation. Like many Assist Trophies in Ultimate, Sukapon can be defeated. Training Mode describes the Assist Trophy: Spins around and tackles opponents, occasionally chucking its own head.


Sukapon also appears as a Legend-class primary spirit.

The Sukapon Spirit Battle uses a Mii Gunner puppet fighter wearing a Bear Hat and Bear Suit (meant to represent Dr. Little Emon[2]) and is fought on the Coliseum stage. The stage represents the Stadium, which serves as the first stage featured in the story mode of Joy Mech Fight. The music track is based on the medley of theme songs from Clu Clu Land, which was released alongside Joy Mech Fight on the NES. During the stamina battle, Sukapon appears as a hostile Assist Trophy while the puppet fighter's attack power increases after a little while.

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



Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Japan Japanese スカポン, Sukapon
UK English Sukapon
France French Sukapon
Germany German Sukapon
Spain Spanish Sukapon
Italy Italian Sukapon
China Chinese Sukapon
South Korea Korean 스카퐁, Sukapon
Netherlands Dutch Sukapon
Russia Russian Скапон