Delfino Plaza (stage)
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Delfino Plaza appears as a stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. It takes place mostly in the skies of Delfino Plaza, on a set of floating platforms. However, not all gameplay is on the platforms; they frequently land in different areas of the Plaza, allowing a proper fight to take place. For example, the platform may land in front of where the Grand Pianta Statue should be. The platforms soon appear again and take the fighters to a different area.
Other places the platforms may land are as follows: on top of the Shine Gate, on the different sized pillars near the pipe to a secret level, outside the building containing the crate-smashing game, on the small island where a Pianta was looking for fruit, on the boat canal area, and on top of the house with the pipe leading to Sirena Beach. After the platform has been to every Delfino Plaza location, the platform will then return to the initial position, over the sea, before starting over and returning to the Plaza for another round. The order the places are visited is random.
A few minor adjustments to the city have been made, such as the Grand Pianta Statue being removed and the two platforms mounted on both sides of the Shine Gate. Also, the Shine Sprite within the Shine Gate looks different from its Sunshine counterpart and also spins constantly, whereas it was immobile in Sunshine. Other differences include the absence of Piantas, the change in the appearance of various trees, and the disappearance of the red pipe to Sirena Beach. Just south of the location of the Grand Pianta Statue, there is a square-shaped extension of the stone dock that is not in the original game. The Ω form of the stage features a thicker main platform that can not be passed through from below. The soft platforms are removed, and the touring platform never stops at a particular location.
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