Super Smash Bros. logo
The Super Smash Bros. logo, which represents both the series and the universe, is a circle or sphere split by one horizontal line and one thicker vertical line, which intersect at a specific point to the bottom left of the circle's center. This symbol made its first appearance in the introduction clip of the original Super Smash Bros.. It appears in many places elsewhere throughout the game and its successors, and is used in other media associated with the series, such as the Smash Bros. DOJO!! website. It is also used as the series symbol of the Mii Fighters.
Masahiro Sakurai provided an explanation for what the logo represents on Smash 64's website. Intended to be simple in design, Sakurai stated that the cross represents the crossover of the various Nintendo characters and properties, while the logo's four sections reference the four-player aspect of the games.
On items and other objects
As a design element
On the Smash Bros. DOJO!!
In its title artwork, the Smash Bros. DOJO!! incorporates a design of the Super Smash Bros. logo that has its surface appear spherical. The logo also appears at the head of written articles pertaining to the Smash Bros. universe.
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