|First appearance||The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords (2002, The Legend of Zelda series; art style)|
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (2002, The Legend of Zelda series; Hero of Winds)
WarioWare: Smooth Moves (2006, Mario-related media)
|Latest appearance||Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018)|
|Latest portrayal||Sachi Matsumoto (2002-present)|
- “Toon Link's shield blocks lower down than Link's and Young Link's and can better cover his smaller body. However, he can't guard while moving faster than a walk.”
- —Tips, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Toon Link is the incarnation of Link from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. In The Wind Waker, this version of Link goes on a quest to rescue his kidnapped sister, Aryll, and later becomes known as the "Hero of Winds" for his courageous efforts against the returning Ganondorf. In Phantom Hourglass, Toon Link is transported to a parallel world, where he seeks to rescue his friend Tetra from the curse inflicted upon her by the squid-like monster Bellum and return home with her.
While the art style associated with the "Toon" term was technically established during the development cycle of The Wind Waker and was depicted in 2D artwork alongside The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords, the first usage of the term itself occurred in Super Smash Bros. Brawl to denote the Hero of Winds from The Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass. However, the "Toon" term itself can nevertheless be used to describe the same art style, as Hyrule Warriors demonstrated in regard to the Princess Zelda from The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks.
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga
Link was originally supposed to cameo in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga as one of the many Nintendo characters (all of whom were replaced by Professor E. Gadd in the final) who would appear at the Starbeans Cafe to test out Mario and Luigi's latest Bean Juice. His sprite seems to have been modeled after the incarnation of Link as he appears in The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap. Meeting Link would award the player the Triforce, which was replaced with the Great Force for the final version.
WarioWare: Smooth Moves
The microgame The Wind Waker returns with Toon Link in WarioWare Gold, alongside a new microgame called Phantom Hourglass, in which the player must draw a path for Toon Link's Boomerang to hit Shock Switches.
Super Smash Bros. series
|Super Smash Bros. fighter|
|Super Smash Bros. Brawl (unlockable)|
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (unlockable)
|Standard: Hero's Bow |
Up: Spin Attack
Final Smash: Triforce Slash
|Appears in a puff of smoke.|
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- SmashWiki article: Toon Link (SSBB)
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Toon Link is a secret playable character. He can be unlocked by either finding a door in The Forest in The Subspace Emissary after beating the mode, playing Classic after clearing The Subspace Emissary, or by playing 400 Brawl matches, then defeating him in battle. His attributes and moveset are mostly similar to Young Link from Super Smash Bros. Melee, in that he is lighter than Link, but also faster than him. Toon Link's only unique attacks are his up smash, forward and back throws, and standard, forward, and back aerials.
Toon Link's special moves are mostly the same as Link's, though Toon Link's attacks use their The Wind Waker variants. The only different move is the Boomerang, which is the same as Link's Boomerang in Super Smash Bros. Melee. Toon Link's grab also uses the Hookshot from The Wind Waker, which like Link's Clawshot also has a ledge-homing property, though its range is not as far. They also share a Final Smash, Triforce Slash. Despite this, some of their other moves are different, and some of their shared moves have different properties, such as Toon Link's Hero's Bow having an arc to the arrows.
Toon Link's red, blue, and purple alternate costumes are based upon the copies of the Link from The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords. He also has an alternate costume based upon the Link from the original The Legend of Zelda, as well as a Dark Link costume.
The Subspace Emissary
After beating The Subspace Emissary, in The Forest stage, if the player enters the first red door in the beginning of the level, they will be taken to the Pirate Ship. There, Toon Link will be looking out to the sea. However, once he sees the player, he's surprised. Thinking the player is an enemy, he attacks the player. The player then fights Toon Link, and if he is beaten, Toon Link is unlocked as a playable character.
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
- SmashWiki article: Toon Link (SSB4)
Toon Link returns as a starter playable character in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. His moveset remains unchanged from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, though with the game's new art style his design has been updated to more closely resemble his actual appearance in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. Toon Link is faster than before, but in exchange, his damage output is lower.
One of Toon Link's additional alternate costumes in this game is based upon the appearance of the Link from The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. Additionally, the Toon Link from The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (also known as "Engineer Link") appears as a background character, complete with his Engineer's Clothes to further differentiate him. Engineer Link appears on the Spirit Train stage in the Nintendo 3DS version, where he conducts the titular train. However, he is replaced by his mentor Alfonzo if Toon Link or Link are involved in the battle.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
- SmashWiki article: Toon Link (SSBU)
Toon Link returns as an unlockable playable fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. He is now further differentiated from Link than in previous games, due to the latter now being the "Hero of the Wild" from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. However, Toon Link now shares more similarities with the returning Young Link. Toon Link's moveset is largely unchanged, though his forward smash is now a single upward slash instead of two slashes with his Master Sword.
Toon Link benefits from universal changes, such as having much faster mobility, lower landing lag for his aerials, reduced short hop timing, an extended recovery because of the reintroduction of directional air dodges, and the ability to use any ground attack out of a dash and use his aerials on ladders. However, his overall damage output is decreased even further.
Engineer Link also reappears as a background character on the Spirit Train stage. In comparison to the previous installment, he appears virtually identical to the playable Toon Link (save for his Engineer's Clothes), instead of using a polygonal model similar to his appearance in Spirit Tracks. As with the other The Legend of Zelda characters, Toon Link's victory theme is now a different arrangement of the main theme of the series.
Classic Mode route
Throughout the route, the player is assisted by a red and blue Toon Link, in reference to The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes. If the player is playing as one of those Toon Links, that respective Toon Link is replaced by the default green Toon Link.
|The Teamwork of Courage|
|1||Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi||Team Battle||3D Land||Ground Theme / Underwater Theme - Super Mario 3D Land|
|2||Villager, Isabelle||Tortimer Island||Kapp'n's Song|
|3||R.O.B. ×3||75 m (Battlefield)||Stack-Up/Gyromite|
|4||Squirtle, Ivysaur, Charizard||Pokémon Stadium||Battle! (Trainer) - Pokémon Sun / Pokémon Moon|
|5||Inkling Girl ×2, Inkling Boy ×2||Moray Towers||Now or Never!|
|6||Giant Ganondorf||Great Plateau Tower (Battlefield)||Main Theme - The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes|
|Final||Ganon||Calamity Ganon Battle - Second Form|
- SmashWiki article: Hero's Bow
The Hero's Bow is Toon Link's standard special move, shared with Link and based upon the recurring Bow item throughout The Legend of Zelda series. Toon Link's Bow is designed after the Hero's Bow from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. When used, Toon Link fires an arrow from the bow which damages any opponent it hits. The player can charge the attack to increase the distance the arrow travels and its damage output by holding down the special attack button. Unlike Link, Toon Link fires his arrows at a higher angle, although his arrows do not travel as far and do not deal as much damage.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the first custom variant for the Hero's Bow is the Fire Bow, Young Link's variant of the move in Super Smash Bros. Melee; Toon Link fires an arrow that does not travel as far but instead burns on the ground until it disappears, which can damage opponents. The second is Piercing Bow, which fires an arrow that travels straight and quickly and can travel through enemies, but is not as powerful and does not go as far.
- Names in other languages
Yūsha no Yumi
- SmashWiki article: Boomerang
The Boomerang is Toon Link's side special move, whose design is based on that of The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker. When thrown, the Boomerang damages any opponents it hits and automatically returns to the player once it hits an opponent or wall. The player can hold the control stick to make it fly farther, and it can also be thrown diagonally. The Boomerang can also fly up or down while it is active by tilting the control stick just before throwing it. Like Young Link's Boomerang, Toon Link's Boomerang does not travel as far and is not as powerful as Link's Boomerang, although it has better control.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the Boomerang's first custom variant is the Floating Boomerang, which makes the Boomerang move more slowly as it returns. The second is the High-Speed Boomerang, which throws a faster boomerang than normal that can pass through opponents, but it is weaker than normal and does not home in on Toon Link when returning. In addition, one of the custom special moves for Link's Gale Boomerang is called "Boomerang", which gives it a similar effect to this move.
- Names in other languages
- SmashWiki article: Spin Attack
The Spin Attack is Toon Link's up special move, shared with Link and Young Link. The move is based on the Spin Attack move recurring throughout The Legend of Zelda series. When used, Toon Link spins around rapidly with his sword to deal damage. When used in the air, the move also gives the character some vertical and horizontal distance. When used on the ground, the move can be charged by holding down the special attack button. Unlike Link's Spin Attack, both Young Link and Toon Link's versions of the move can draw in opponents and deal multiple hits (although Young Link's has less range).
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the Spin Attack's first custom variant is the Sliding Spin Attack, which gives the move a longer charging time, but it deals more damage, as well as allowing Toon Link to move across the ground, and giving the move more horizontal distance in the air. It offers less vertical distance as a drawback, however. The second variant is the Flying Spin Attack, which causes the move to end with a vertical slash that sends both Toon Link and the opponent into the air, also increasing the move's vertical distance.
- Names in other languages
- SmashWiki article: Bomb (Link)
The Bomb is Toon Link's down special move, shared with Link and Young Link. It is based on the item recurring throughout The Legend of Zelda series, although Toon Link's in particular are based on the ones from The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, even using the more cartoon-styled explosion. When used, Toon Link pulls out a Bomb that can then be thrown at other characters to do damage, exploding on impact. Like other explosives, the Bombs also deal damage to the holder; it can also be caught and thrown by opponents, or detonate in the player's hands. Compared with Link and Young Link's Bombs, Toon Link's Bombs have a larger blast radius. The player cannot use the move while holding another item, as the bombs count as an item.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, the first of the Bomb's custom variants is the Time Bomb, which does not detonate on impact, deal as much damage, nor fly as far when thrown, but increases the explosion's knockback. The second variant is the Short-Fuse Bomb, which explodes more quickly but deals more damage, has a larger blast radius, and launches opponents up.
- Names in other languages
Toon Link holding a Bomb in Super Smash Bros. Brawl
- SmashWiki article: Triforce Slash
Triforce Slash is Toon Link's Final Smash. When activated, Toon Link's Triforce on his hand glows and he fires a beam of light directly in front of him. If an opponent is in the line of fire, they are trapped between two Triforces as Toon Link rushes forward to deliver several sword blows. After fifteen slashes, Toon Link rushes through the trapped opponent, launching them. While the Triforces can only trap one opponent, other nearby opponents can take damage by coming into contact with the sword slashes or the Triforces themselves. If the beam of light does not reach an opponent, the attack fails.
Unlike Link's Triforce Slash, whose range is almost the length of Final Destination, Toon Link's is less than half of that. Toon Link's attacks and knockback are also weaker than Link's, though Toon Link's final blow has a greater reach. The design of Toon Link's Triforces are also more cartoon-styled than Link's.
- Names in other languages
|Spanish||Golpe Trifuerza||Triforce Blow|
Super Mario Maker
Toon Link appears as two Mystery Mushroom costumes in Super Mario Maker: one based on his appearance in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker, and one (named Totem Link) based on the trio of protagonists in The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes. The former costume can be unlocked by scanning the Toon Link Amiibo or randomly after completing the 100 Mario Challenge on Normal difficulty, while the latter costume is unlocked after completing the "Tri Force Heroes" Event Course.
Profiles and statistics
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
|Toon Link||GCN The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker||Link as he appeared in The Wind Waker and Phantom Hourglass, with big eyes and an expressive face. He lived peacefully on Outset Island until a bird captured his little sister, and he came to her rescue. In The Wind Waker, he had to crawl, press up to walls, and the like. His green clothes were worn on his 12th birthday and are the lucky outfit of the hero of legend.|
|DS The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass|
|Triforce Slash (Toon Link)||Wii Super Smash Bros. Brawl||Toon Link's Final Smash. Hit an enemy with the light emanating from the Triforce mark on his hand to initiate the move. The enemy will be trapped within the Triforce and be unable to move--Toon Link will then rush in close and carve up his foe at lightning speed. The final blow will break the Triforce prison and send the opponent off the screen.|
|Outset Link||GCN The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker||Link in his traditional clothing. He wears a blue, V-neck, long-sleeved top with a shrimp pattern, coordinated with slender orange pants. It makes you think that, even on his home, Outset Island, Link was quite the fashion leader, and suggests that he may have changed into his green hero's clothing somewhat grudgingly.|
|Zelda: The Wind Waker||[Explosive] - Attack +20|
|Zelda: The Wind Waker||Sticker Drops +40|
|Zelda: The Wind Waker||[Flame] - Attack +31|
Usable by: Link, Zelda, Ganondorf, Toon Link
- Snake: Mei Ling, who is this kid with the cat eyes...?
- Mei Ling: Oh, they call him Toon Link. Doesn't he look familiar?
- Snake: Yeah, he looks just like Link.
- Mei Ling: But you know there've been several people who've gone by that name, right? They all have certain things in common--green clothes, a sword, a shield... But they all came from different lands and lived in different eras. And yet the spirit of the hero of the Triforce is timeless. It's an essence that transcends history.
- Snake: I think I can relate to that.
- Mei Ling: Huh? What do you mean?
- Snake: There's been more than one "Snake," too, you know...
Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
|Name||3DS Image||Wii U Image||Appears In||NTSC-U Description||PAL Description|
|Toon Link||GCN The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (03/2003)
DS The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (12/2009)
|This cartoonish version of Link is how he appeared in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and a few other titles. In Smash Bros., he uses moves much like his older, taller counterpart. His small size gives him extra speed, though, so take advantage of that to send your foes flying.||This cartoonish version of young Link is how he appears in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and a few other titles. While he shares some moves with his older counterpart, he's a very different fighter. Take advantage of his size and speed to whirl past enemies and bombard them with long-range attacks.|
|Toon Link (Alt.)||GCN The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (03/2003)
DS The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks (12/2009)
|Toon Link's Bomb move doesn't deal much damage, but the blast radius is pretty big. His bombs can be thrown in all directions, damaging or distracting your foes. Also, his up special Spin Attack keeps him airborne longer than Link's version. For some launching power, use the side smash attack.||Toon Link's bombs don't do much damage, but their large blast radius makes it easy to hit foes with them. You can also throw them in any directions, making them a great diversionary tactic. His Spin Attack gives him more air-time than Link. His side smash may seem weak, but press the button again for a second hit that'll really send 'em flying!|
|Triforce Slash (Toon Link)||N/A||For Toon Link's Final Smash, a ray of light emanates from his hand, and whomever the light touches gets trapped in the Triforce. While they're defenseless, Toon Link strikes at foes repeatedly and then launches them a great distance. Just be sure to time the Final Smash well-if the ray of light doesn't touch anyone, nothing happens. At all.||For Toon Link's Final Smash, a ray of light emanates from his hand, and whoever the light touches gets trapped in the Triforce. While they're defenceless, Toon Link strikes them repeatedly, then launches them a great distance. Just be sure to time the Final Smash well - if the ray of light doesn't touch anyone, nothing happens. At all.|
|Engineer Link||N/A||N/A||Link is well known for his green clothing, a look he has sported throughout time. But in Spirit Tracks, he dons a blue uniform with a red cap instead. The cap is decorated with a dove, the symbol of the Royal Engineers. Playing the Song of Birds will call a dove to roost!||Ask 100 people what colour Link's outfit is, and they'll all say "green", guaranteed. However, in The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, he also sports a dark-blue engineer's uniform. Train-driving and world-saving are two skills that should be on every hero's CV!|
|Link (Spirit Tracks)||N/A||N/A||You might feel sorry for this version of Link, what with him living a life on fixed rails rather than exploring the seas or the skies. But, like the smoke from his train, that feeling will soon disappear when you see that after leaving Aboda Village, the young engineer's quest to restore the Spirit Tracks is filled with adventure.||You might feel sorry for this version of Link, what with him living a life on fixed rails rather than exploring the seas or the skies. But, like the smoke from his train, that feeling will soon disappear when you see that, after leaving Outset Village, the young engineer's quest to restore the Spirit Tracks is filled with adventure.|
Red indicates the Trophy or description is exclusive to the 3DS version.
Blue indicates the Trophy or description is exclusive to the Wii U version.
- Pit: This guy's eyes are the size of my head!
- Palutena: He must be the famous Toon Link.
- Pit: Where'd he get that name from anyway?
- Palutena: It's probably because he looks like he jumped out of a cartoon.
- Pit: Ah, I see how it is. Hmph.
- Palutena: What's the matter, Pit?
- Pit: It's just not fair, Lady Palutena! One Link is handsome, and the other is adorable! They're cherry-picking the best bits!
- Palutena: Awww! Is poor Pit feeling a little insecure today?
- Viridi: Snap out of it, Pit! You have a fight to focus on. Here's the deal: Toon Link is quick but lighter than regular Link.
- Palutena: Don't get distracted by his weapons...or his intense cuteness! Just calm down and plan the best counterattack.
- With big eyes and an expressive face, this version of Link is how he appeared in The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker game. Link lived peacefully on Outset Island until a bird captured his little sister, and he came to her rescue. His green clothes were worn on his 12th birthday and are the lucky outfit of the hero of legend.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Super Smash Blog bio
- He's smaller and faster than Link. His bombs explode with a unique anime-style. For his Final Smash, he emits light from his left hand and any opponents hit by it are trapped in the Triforce, subject to a punishing gauntlet of attacks.
| Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Toon Link performing his up smash. (Sachi Matsumoto, 2008)||File info|
Mario series appearances
|Donkey Konga 2||Cameo, as his face appears on a badge||2004||Nintendo GameCube|
|WarioWare: Smooth Moves||Cameo in microgame.||2006||Wii|
|Super Smash Bros. Brawl||Unlockable Playable Character||2008||Wii|
|Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS||Starter Playable Character||2014||Nintendo 3DS|
|Super Smash Bros. for Wii U||Starter Playable Character||2014||Wii U|
|Yoshi's Woolly World||Cameo as amiibo Yoshi design||2015||Wii U|
|Super Mario Maker||Costume Mario costume||2015||Wii U|
|Poochy & Yoshi's Woolly World||Cameo as amiibo Yoshi design||2017||Nintendo 3DS|
|WarioWare Gold||Cameo in microgame||2018||Nintendo 3DS|
|Super Smash Bros. Ultimate||Unlockable Playable Character||2018||Nintendo Switch|
Names in other languages
|French||Link Cartoon||Cartoon Link|
|Italian||Link cartone||Cartoon Link|
|Portuguese||Link Cartoon||Cartoon Link|
- In an interview, Shigeru Miyamoto described this version of Link as "Cat-eyed Link".
- Iwata Asks: The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD: How Toon Link Was Born
- Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition characters - Toon Zelda
- The Mushroom Kingdom (Accessed on 12-13-09)
- Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga: More Beta Sprites (Accessed on 12-13-09)
- Miyamoto comments Toon Link's style. Miyamoto addresses Link-eyed cat[sic]
|Super Smash Bros. Brawl|
|Playable characters||Mario • Link • Kirby • Pikachu • Fox • Samus • Zero Suit Samus • Zelda • Sheik • Bowser • Donkey Kong • Yoshi • Peach • Ice Climbers • Pit • Wario • Ike • Pokémon Trainer (Charizard · Squirtle · Ivysaur) • Diddy Kong • Meta Knight • Lucas • King Dedede • Olimar • Ness • Marth • Luigi • Falco • Captain Falcon • Lucario • R.O.B. • Ganondorf • Mr. Game & Watch • Jigglypuff • Toon Link • Wolf • Solid Snake • Sonic|
|Final Smash characters||Giga Bowser • Wario-Man|
|Non-playable characters||Colonel Roy Campbell • Cresselia • Dialga • F.L.U.D.D. • King Bulblin • Krystal • Leon Powalski • Mei Ling • Metal Gear RAY • Otacon • Palkia • Palutena • Panther Caroso • Parasite Queen • Peppy Hare • Pikmin • Red Bulborb • Sandbag • Slippy Toad • Whispy Woods|
|Assist Trophies||Andross • Barbara • Devil • Dr. Wright • Excitebikes • Gray Fox • Hammer Bro • Helirin • Infantry & Tanks • Isaac • Jeff • Jill • Kat & Ana • Knuckle Joe • Lakitu & Spinies • Little Mac • Lyn • Metroid • Mr. Resetti • Nintendog • Ray Mk III • Saki Amamiya • Samurai Goroh • Shadow • Starfy • Tingle • Waluigi|
|Pokémon||Bellossom • Bonsly • Celebi • Chikorita • Deoxys • Electrode • Entei • Gardevoir • Goldeen • Groudon • Gulpin • Ho-Oh • Jirachi • Kyogre • Latias & Latios • Lugia • Manaphy • Meowth • Metagross • Mew • Moltres • Munchlax • Piplup • Snorlax • Staryu • Suicune • Togepi • Torchic • Weavile • Wobbuffet|
|Enemies||Fighting Alloys • Goomba • Giant Goomba • Koopa Troopa • Koopa Paratroopa • Hammer Bro • Bullet Bill • Subspace Army • Shy Guy • Klaptrap • King Bulblin • Polar Bear • Ultimate Chimera • Armank • Armight • Auroros • Autolance • Big Primid • Bombed • Borboras • Boom Primid • Bucculus • Buckot • Bytan • Cymul • False Character • Feyesh • Fire Primid • Floow • Gamyga • Glice • Glire • Glunder • Greap • Jyk • Metal Primid • Mite • Mizzo • Nagagog • Poppant • Primid • Puppit • Roader • R.O.B. Blaster • R.O.B. Launcher • R.O.B. Sentry • Roturret • Scope Primid • Shadow Bug • Shaydas • Shellpod • Spaak • Sword Primid • Ticken • Towtow • Trowlon|
|Bosses||Petey Piranha • Rayquaza • Duon • Galleom • Master Hand • Crazy Hand • Porky • Porky Statue • Ridley/Meta Ridley • Tabuu|
|Stages||Normal stages||75 m • Battlefield • Bridge of Eldin • Castle Siege • Delfino Plaza • Distant Planet • Flat Zone 2 • Final Destination • Frigate Orpheon • Green Hill Zone • Halberd • Hanenbow • Luigi's Mansion • Lylat Cruise • Mario Bros. • Mario Circuit • Mushroomy Kingdom • New Pork City • Norfair • PictoChat • Pirate Ship • Pokémon Stadium 2 • Port Town Aero Dive • Rumble Falls • Shadow Moses Island • Skyworld • Smashville • Spear Pillar • Summit • WarioWare, Inc. • Yoshi's Island|
|Melee stages||Big Blue • Brinstar • Corneria • Green Greens • Jungle Japes • Onett • Pokémon Stadium • Rainbow Cruise • Temple • Yoshi's Island|
|Items||Assist Trophy • Banana Peel • Barrel • Beam Sword • Blast Box • Bob-omb • Bumper • Bunny Hood • Capsule • CD • Cracker Launcher • Deku Nut • Dragoon • Fan • Fire Flower • Food • Franklin Badge • Freezie • Golden Hammer • Gooey Bomb • Green Shell • Hammer • Heart Container • Home-Run Bat • Hothead • Key • Lightning • Lip's Stick • Maxim Tomato • Metal Box • Motion-Sensor Bomb • Mr. Saturn • Orange cube • Party Ball • Peach • Peanut • Pellet • Pitfall • Poison Mushroom • Poké Ball • Ray Gun • Rolling Crate • Sandbag • Screw Attack • Smart Bomb • Smash Ball • Smash Coins • Smoke Ball • Soccer Ball • Spring • Stickers • Stock Ball • Superspicy Curry • Super Mushroom • Super Scope • Starman • Star Rod • Team Healer • Timer • Trophy Stand • Unira • Vegetables • Wario Bike • Warp Star|
|Subspace Emissary levels||Midair Stadium • Skyworld • Sea of Clouds • The Jungle • The Plain • The Lake • The Ruined Zoo • The Battlefield Fortress • The Forest • The Research Facility Part 1 • The Lake Shore • The Path to the Ruins • The Cave • The Ruins • The Wilds Part 1 • The Ruined Hall • The Wilds Part 2 • The Swamp • Part 2 • Outside the Ancient Ruins • The Glacial Peak • The Canyon • Battleship Halberd Interior • Battleship Halberd Exterior • Battleship Halberd Bridge • The Subspace Bomb Factory Part 1 • The Subspace Bomb Factory Part 2 • Entrance to Subspace • Subspace Part 1 • Subspace Part 2 • The Great Maze|
|Miscellaneous||Chaos Emerald • Dark Cannon • Subspace Gunship • Subspace Bomb • Arwing • Hocotate Ship • Blue Falcon • Falcon Flyer • Gunship • Kart • World of Trophies (Isle of Ancients · Subspace)|
|Further info||Gallery • Glitches • Media • In-game music • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Snake's codec conversations • Staff • Trophies|
|Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Super Smash Bros. for Wii U|
|Playable characters||Bayonetta (DLC) • Bowser • Bowser Jr. / Koopalings (Larry · Morton · Wendy · Iggy · Roy · Lemmy · Ludwig) • Captain Falcon • Charizard • Cloud (DLC) • Corrin (DLC) • Dark Pit • Diddy Kong • Donkey Kong • Dr. Mario • Duck Hunt • Falco • Fox • Ganondorf • Greninja • Ike • Jigglypuff • King Dedede • Kirby • Link • Little Mac • Lucario • Lucas (DLC) • Lucina • Luigi • Mario • Marth • Mega Man • Meta Knight • Mewtwo (DLC) • Mii Fighter (Mii Brawler · Mii Swordfighter · Mii Gunner) • Mr. Game & Watch • Ness • Pac-Man • Palutena • Peach • Pikachu • Pikmin & Olimar • Pit • R.O.B. • Robin • Rosalina & Luma • Roy (DLC) • Ryu (DLC) • Samus • Sheik • Shulk • Sonic • Toon Link • Villager • Wario • Wii Fit Trainer • Yoshi • Zelda • Zero Suit Samus|
|Final Smash characters||Chrom • Giga Bowser • Giga Mac • Mega Charizard X • Mega Lucario • Mega Mewtwo Y (DLC) • Shadow Mario • Super Sonic • Wario-Man|
|Assist Trophy characters||Andross • Ashley • Chain Chomp • Color TV-Game 15 • Dark Samus • Devil • Dillon • Dr. Kawashima • Dr. Wright • Elec Man • Ghirahim • Ghosts • Hammer Bro • Infantry & Tanks • Isabelle • Jeff • Kat & Ana • Knuckle Joe • Lakitu & Spinies • Lyn • Magnus • Metroid • Midna • Mother Brain • Nightmare • Nintendog • Phosphora • Prince of Sablé • Riki • Saki Amamiya • Samurai Goroh • Shadow • Sheriff • Skull Kid • Starman • Starfy • Takamaru • Tingle • Waluigi|
|Pokémon||Abomasnow • Arceus • Bellossom • Chespin • Darkrai • Dedenne • Deoxys • Eevee • Electrode • Entei • Fennekin • Fletchling • Gardevoir • Genesect • Giratina • Goldeen • Gogoat • Inkay • Keldeo • Kyogre • Kyurem • Latias & Latios • Lugia • Meloetta • Meowth • Metagross • Mew • Moltres • Oshawott • Palkia • Snivy • Snorlax • Spewpa • Staryu • Suicune • Swirlix • Togepi • Victini • Xerneas • Zoroark|
|Smash Run enemies||Bacura • Banzai Bill • Big Goomba • Bill Blaster • Bonkers • Boom Stomper • Bronto Burt • Bubble • Bulborb • Bullet Bill • Bumpety Bomb • Chain Chomp • Chandelure • Clubberskull • Cryogonal • Cucco • Daphne • Darknut • Devil Car • Eggrobo • Fighting Mii Team • Flage • Flame Chomp • Fly Guy • Gastly • Geemer • Generator • Ghost • Glire • Glunder • Glice • Goomba • Gordo • Hammer Bro • Iridescent Glint Beetle • Kihunter • Koffing • Koopa Paratroopa • Koopa Troopa • Kritter • Lakitu • Lethinium • Lurchthorn • Magikoopa • Mahva • Megonta • Metroid • Mettaur • Mimicutie • Mite • Monoeye • Nutski • Octorok • Orne • Parasol Waddle Dee • Peahat • Peahat Larva • Petilil • Plasma Wisp • Polar Bear • Pooka • Poppant • Reaper • Reapette • ReDead • Reo • Roturret • Shy Guy • Shotzo • Skuttler • Skuttler Cannoneer • Skuttler Mage • Sneaky Spirit • Souflee • Spike Top • Stalfos • Starman • Tac • Tiki Buzz • Waddle Dee • Waddle Doo • Zuree|
|Bosses||Classic mode||Master Hand • Crazy Hand • Master Core|
|Stage bosses||Dark Emperor • Metal Face • Ridley • Yellow Devil • Flying Man • Nabbit|
|Stages||Nintendo 3DS||3D Land • Arena Ferox • Balloon Fight • Brinstar • Corneria • Distant Planet • Dream Land • Find Mii • Flat Zone 2 • Gerudo Valley • Golden Plains • Green Hill Zone • Jungle Japes • Living Room • Magicant • Mushroomy Kingdom • Mute City • Pac-Maze • Paper Mario • PictoChat 2 • Prism Tower • Rainbow Road • Reset Bomb Forest • Spirit Train • Tomodachi Life • Tortimer Island • Unova Pokémon League • WarioWare, Inc. • Yoshi's Island|
|Wii U||75 m • Big Battlefield • Bridge of Eldin • Castle Siege • Coliseum • Delfino Plaza • Flat Zone X • Gamer • Garden of Hope • Halberd • Jungle Hijinxs • Kalos Pokémon League • Luigi's Mansion • Lylat Cruise • Mario Circuit (Brawl) • Mario Circuit • Mario Galaxy • Miiverse (DLC) • Mushroom Kingdom U • Norfair • Onett • Orbital Gate Assault • Pac-Land • Palutena's Temple • Pilotwings • Pirate Ship (DLC) • Pokémon Stadium 2 • Port Town Aero Dive • Pyrosphere • Skyloft • Smashville • Temple • The Great Cave Offensive • Town and City • Wii Fit Studio • Windy Hill Zone • Woolly World • Wrecking Crew • Wuhu Island • Yoshi's Island|
|Both||Battlefield • Boxing Ring • Dream Land (64) (DLC) • Duck Hunt (DLC in 3DS, base game in Wii U) • Final Destination • Hyrule Castle (64) (DLC) • Gaur Plain • Midgar (DLC) • Peach's Castle (64) (DLC) • Super Mario Maker (DLC) • Suzaku Castle (DLC) • Umbra Clock Tower (DLC) • Wily Castle|
|Items||Assist Trophy • Back Shield • Banana Peel • Barrel • Beam Sword • Beehive • Beetle • Blast Box • Bob-omb • Bombchu • Boomerang • Boss Galaga • Bullet Bill • Bumper • Bunny Hood • Capsule • CD • Cucco • Crate • Daybreak • Deku Nut • Dragoon • Drill • Fairy Bottle • Fire Bar • Fire Flower • Food • Franklin Badge • Freezie • Golden Hammer • Gooey Bomb • Grass • Green Shell • Gust Bellows • Hammer • Heart Container • Hocotate Bomb • Home-Run Bat • Hothead • Killer Eye • Lightning • Lip's Stick • Master Ball • Maxim Tomato • Metal Box • Motion-Sensor Bomb • Mr. Saturn • Ore Club • Party Ball • Pitfall • Poison Mushroom • Poké Ball • POW Block • Ray Gun • Rocket Belt • Rolling Crate • Screw Attack • Smart Bomb • Smash Ball • Smoke Ball • Sandbag • Soccer Ball • Special Flag • Spiny Shell • Spring • Super Star • Star Rod • Steel Diver • Superspicy Curry • Super Leaf • Super Mushroom • Super Scope • Team Healer • Timer • Treasure chest • Trophy • Unira • Warp Star • X Bomb|
|Other||Challenges (3DS) • Challenges (Wii U) • Equipment • F.L.U.D.D. • Gallery (3DS) • Gallery (Wii U) • Glitches (3DS) • Glitches (Wii U) • Home-Run Contest • Mii Outfits • Mii Headgear • In-game music • Original soundtrack • Palutena's Guidance conversations • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Special Orders • Staff (3DS) • Staff (Wii U) • Target Blast • Trophies (3DS) • Trophies (Wii U) • Trophy Rush|
|Super Smash Bros. Ultimate|
|Playable fighters||Banjo & Kazooie (DLC) • Bayonetta • Bowser • Bowser Jr. / Koopalings (Larry · Morton · Wendy · Iggy · Roy · Lemmy · Ludwig) • Byleth (DLC) • Captain Falcon • Chrom • Cloud • Corrin • Daisy • Dark Pit • Dark Samus • Diddy Kong • Donkey Kong • Dr. Mario • Duck Hunt • Falco • Fox • Ganondorf • Greninja • Hero (DLC) • Ice Climbers • Ike • Incineroar • Inkling • Isabelle • Jigglypuff • Joker (DLC) • Kazuya (DLC) • Ken • King Dedede • King K. Rool • Kirby • Link • Little Mac • Lucario • Lucas • Lucina • Luigi • Mario • Marth • Mega Man • Meta Knight • Mewtwo • Mii (Mii Brawler · Mii Gunner · Mii Swordfighter) • Min Min (DLC) • Mr. Game & Watch • Mythra (DLC) • Ness • Pikmin & Olimar • Pac-Man • Palutena • Peach • Pichu • Pikachu • Piranha Plant (DLC) • Pit • Pokémon Trainer (Charizard · Ivysaur · Squirtle) • Pyra (DLC) • R.O.B. • Ridley • Robin • Rosalina & Luma • Richter • Roy • Ryu • Samus • Sephiroth (DLC) • Sheik • Shulk • Simon • Snake • Sonic • Sora (DLC) • Steve (DLC) • Terry (DLC) • Toon Link • Villager • Wario • Wii Fit Trainer • Wolf • Yoshi • Young Link • Zelda • Zero Suit Samus|
|Assist Trophy characters||Akira • Alucard • Andross • Arcade Bunny • Ashley • Black Knight • Bomberman • Burrowing Snagret • Chain Chomp • Chef Kawasaki • Color TV-Game 15 • Devil • Dillon • Dr. Kawashima • Dr. Wright • Flies & Hand • Ghirahim • Ghosts • Gray Fox • Guile • Hammer Bro • Isaac • Jeff • Kapp'n • Klaptrap • Knuckle Joe • Knuckles • Krystal • Lyn • Metroid • Midna • Moon • Mother Brain • Nightmare • Nikki • Nintendog (Toy Poodle) • Phosphora • Prince of Sablé • Rathalos • Riki • Rodin • Samurai Goroh • Shadow • Sheriff • Shovel Knight • Skull Kid • Spring Man • Squid Sisters • Starfy • Starman • Sukapon • Takamaru • Thwomp • Tiki • Vince • Waluigi • Wily Capsule • Yuri Kozukata • Zero|
|Bosses||Crazy Hand • Dharkon • Dracula • Galeem • Galleom • Ganon • Giant Charizard (DLC) • Giant Donkey Kong • Giant Palutena • Giant Ridley (DLC) • Giga Bowser • Marx • Master Hand • Metal Kazuya (DLC) • Metal Mario • Rathalos|
|Stages||3D Land • 75 m • Arena Ferox • Balloon Fight • Battlefield • Big Battlefield • Big Blue • Boxing Ring • Bridge of Eldin • Brinstar • Brinstar Depths • Castle Siege • Cloud Sea of Alrest (DLC) • Coliseum • Corneria • Delfino Plaza • Distant Planet • Dracula's Castle • Dream Land • Dream Land GB • Duck Hunt • Figure-8 Circuit • Final Destination • Find Mii • Flat Zone X • Fountain of Dreams • Fourside • Frigate Orpheon • Gamer • Garden of Hope • Garreg Mach Monastery (DLC) • Gaur Plain • Gerudo Valley • Golden Plains • Great Bay • Great Plateau Tower • Green Greens • Green Hill Zone • Halberd • Hanenbow • Hyrule Castle • Jungle Japes • Kalos Pokémon League • King of Fighters Stadium (DLC) • Kongo Falls • Kongo Jungle • Living Room • Luigi's Mansion • Lylat Cruise • Magicant • Mario Bros. • Mario Circuit (Wii U) • Mario Galaxy • Mementos (DLC) • Midgar • Mishima Dojo (DLC) • Minecraft World (DLC) • Moray Towers • Mushroom Kingdom (64) • Mushroom Kingdom II • Mushroom Kingdom U • Mushroomy Kingdom • Mute City SNES • New Donk City Hall • New Pork City • Norfair • Northern Cave (DLC) • Onett • Pac-Land • Palutena's Temple • Paper Mario • Peach's Castle (64) • PictoChat 2 • Pilotwings • Pirate Ship • Pokémon Stadium • Pokémon Stadium 2 • Port Town Aero Dive • Princess Peach's Castle (Melee) • Prism Tower • Rainbow Cruise • Reset Bomb Forest • Saffron City • Shadow Moses Island • Skyloft • Skyworld • Small Battlefield • Smashville • Spear Pillar • Spiral Mountain (DLC) • Spirit Train • Spring Stadium (DLC) • Summit • Super Happy Tree • Super Mario Maker • Suzaku Castle • Temple • The Great Cave Offensive • Tomodachi Life • Tortimer Island • Town and City • Umbra Clock Tower • Unova Pokémon League • Venom • WarioWare, Inc. • Wii Fit Studio • Wily Castle • Windy Hill Zone • Wrecking Crew • Wuhu Island • Yggdrasil's Altar (DLC) • Yoshi's Island (Brawl) • Yoshi's Island (Melee) • Yoshi's Story|
|Items||Assist Trophy • Back Shield • Banana Gun • Banana Peel • Barrel • Beam Sword • Beastball • Beehive • Beetle • Black Hole • Blast Box • Bob-omb • Bombchu • Bomber • Boomerang • Boss Galaga • Bullet Bill • Bumper • Bunny Hood • Capsule • Crate • Cucco • Daybreak Parts • Death's Scythe • Deku Nut • Dragoon Parts • Drill • Fairy Bottle • Fake Smash Ball • Fire Bar • Fire Flower • Food • Franklin Badge • Freezie • Golden Hammer • Gooey Bomb • Grass • Green Shell • Gust Bellows • Hammer • Healing Field • Healing Sprout • Heart Container • Hocotate Bomb • Home-Run Bat • Hothead • Killer Eye • Killing Edge • Lightning • Lip's Stick • Master Ball • Maxim Tomato • Metal Box • Motion-Sensor Bomb • Mr. Saturn • Ore Club • Party Ball • Pitfall • Poison Mushroom • Poké Ball • POW Block • Rage Blaster • Ramblin' Evil Mushroom • Ray Gun • Rocket Belt • Rolling Crate • Sandbag • Screw Attack • Smart Bomb • Smash Ball • Smoke Ball • Soccer Ball • Special Flag • Spiny Shell • Staff • Star Rod • Steel Diver • Super Launch Star • Super Leaf • Super Mushroom • Super Scope • Superspicy Curry • Timer • Unira • Warp Star • X Bomb|
|Other||Break Free (Lead the Way) • Challenges • Fighting Mii Team • Lylat Cruise conversations • In-game music • Jump Up, Super Star! • Palutena's Guidance • Pokémon • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Smash Taunt characters • Snake's codec conversations • Spirits (1-500 • 501-1000 • 1001-1500 • 1501-1513) • Staff|