Target Blast

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Pikachu competing in Target Blast.

Target Blast is a Stadium game that appears in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U.

The object of the game is to send the bomb to a series of blocks and targets, scoring points as they go. The bomb has a time limit of ten seconds and the clock starts when the player touches the bomb. When time runs out, the bomb will explode and the player scores points based on the number of blocks and targets destroyed. Along the way, the player can score a trophy, a special move, or some equipment. If all of the red targets are destroyed, then the player will award a Perfect Bonus of 30,000 points. Each game of Target Blast has two rounds of play and the combined score from both rounds will determine the player's Global Smash Power. In the Wii U version, the bomb is bigger in the second round and the game has three stages to choose from. Also, up to four players can compete in Target Blast.

In-game description[edit]

  • 3DS: "Touch the bomb to start a countdown. Deal damage to it, and then launch it before the explosion! When the countdown hits zero... BOOM! It'll destroy everything around it! You get two tries to bump up your score. Reach for the top! Touch Zoom In/Out on the lower screen to see a display of the whole area."
  • Wii U: "Touch the bomb to start a countdown. Deal damage to it, and then launch it before the explosion! When the countdown hits zero... BOOM! It'll destroy everything around it! You get two tries to bump up your score. Reach for the top! You can zoom the view in and out to get a better idea of where to hurl the bomb."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スマッシュボンバー
Sumasshu Bonbā
Smash Bomber
Spanish Bomba Smash Bomb Smash
French Bombe Smash Bomb Smash
Italian Scoppiabersagli Target Burst