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Secrets FAQ by Outkast

Version: 1.3 | Updated: 01/07/00

Super Smash Brothers
Secrets FAQ
Nintendo 64
Version 1.3

Written By:

                   Super Smash Brothers - Secrets FAQ

table of contents
1) Intro
2) Update History
3) Secrets
4) Game Shark
5) Credits
6) Legal Info
table of contents

1) Intro

Welcome to this Secrets FAQ for this awesome fighting game that
we call Super Smash Brothers! Not only is it a good fighting game with
cool objects, and cool places to play at, but it's you versus other various
Nintendo characters! Very cool.

Yes, I know there are lots of FAQs and Move Lists at GameFAQs already for
this game, and I am aware of all the character FAQs. Well, guess what?
There's not that many secret FAQs and this game has been out for over a 

The only thing that could improve this game is Wario being a character in
the game. Wario - I can't get enough of the guy.

2) Update History

Version 1.3
No actual update or changes to the FAQ... I just changed my alias and
e-mail address and replaced it everywhere in this FAQ. Please note that
cripplerx@hotmail.com is no longer my e-mail address!


P.S. - If you want the reason for the name change, mail me and let me know
and I'll tell you (this isn't the place to explain).

Version 1.2 (12/17/99)
- I updated the secrets with some rumors that desperately needed to be

Version 1.1 (12/14/99)
- Wow, an update (after 4 and 1/2 months)!
- Secrets section updated.

Version 1.0 (7/29/99)
- FAQ Release.
- All sections added.
- Will be updated when new stuff arrives.

3) Secrets

After reading this section, go see the credits, as some of this stuff was


Play as Captain Falcon
Beat the game with any character on any  difficulty setting and number of
lives in under twenty minutes. Then, defeat Captain Falcon. For the
Japanese version, beat the game with any character on any difficulty
setting and number of lives. Then, defeat Captain Falcon.

Play as Jigglypuff
Beat the game with any character on any difficulty setting and number of
lives. Then, defeat Jigglypuff. For the Japanese version, beat the game with
any character on any difficulty setting and number of lives in under twenty
minutes without continuing. Then, defeat Jigglypuff.

Play as Ness from Earthbound
Beat the game on the normal difficulty setting and three lives without
continuing. Then, defeat Ness.

Play as Luigi
Beat Bonus Game 1 "Break The Target" with the eight original
characters. This can be done during Bonus 1 practice. Then, defeat
Luigi. If you lose the match, complete Bonus 1 again with any character
for a rematch.

Mew in Pokeballs
Unlock all four bonus characters to have Mew appear randomly in the


Classic Mushroom Kingdom stage
Beat the game with all eight original characters. Then the Classic
Mushroom Kingdom stage will be available under versus mode.

Sound test
Beat Bonus Games 1 and 2 with all characters, including the secret ones.
This can be done during Bonus 1 and 2 practice.

Control credits
Press one of the following buttons during the ending credits. Press
Analog-stick to change the angle and move the target. Press Start to
scroll faster, or to return to normal speed. Select a name with the target
and press A to view details about their work in the game. Press B to
pause or resume the scrolling.

Alternate costumes
At the character selection screen, press C-Left, C-Right, C-Up, or

Change character view
At the character biography screen, hold Z and press the Analog-stick.

Item switch menu
Play the game in versus mode at least fifty times to unlock an item switch
option. For the Japanese version, use any character to record one
hundred kills to unlock an item switch menu. Options on this menu
include toggling certain weapons and the frequency they appear.

Custom menu (Japanese version)
Battle 100 times with Yoshi vs. Kirby for multi-player options.

Extra points for each level
The following trick may be used to get an extra 100 points in each level.
Defeat your opponent in one player mode. Press L to taunt just before
he dies. If your character is in a taunt when the camera zooms in for the
scores, 100 points will be awarded for the fighter's stance.

Silphco stage secret
Begin a game with Captain Falcon on the Silphco stage. Then when
Chansey, Charmander or others pop out the door, use the Falcon Punch
to knock them spiraling away.

Samus without her suit
Unlock Ness, then select versus mode and choose Samus as your only
opponent. This trick is easier if Samus is set as a human controlled
player, so she stands still. Next, go to any place (preferably the ship) and
fire the PK Thunder at yourself, so Ness slides into Samus. Then right as
Ness hits her, pause the game. If done correctly, Samus will no longer be
wearing her suit.

Borrow a life
Begin a team game under versus mode. Then if you lose a life, press
Start to take a life from your partner.

Lose a power as Kirby
If you want to intentionally lose a power gained after eating another
character as Kirby, press L to execute his taunt.

Pokemon Powers

The Pokemon in the poke balls have these power:

Flies off to get the rest of its hive to attack the opponent.

Blasts opponent with water spray.

Pops out and give you an item.

Starts to breath fire in each direction.

Just blows fire in one direction (only in Silphco stage).

Arrives and mimics one of the other available Pokemon's attacks.

Flops around trying to hurt opponent.

Comes out and flies at the opponent doing a kick attack.

Arrives and starts blasting foul smoke in the air.

Pops out and showers out coins that hurt opponent.

The special secret 151st Pokemon makes his appearance and flies away.

Shows up, flies up top, and then boulders drop from the ceiling.

Rams you or the opponent (only in Silphco stage).

Pops out, flies up, and then comes down huge, hurting your opponent.

Finds opponent and blasts them with rays.

Razor Leaf attack; leaves from this Pokemon fly at opponents (only in
Silphco stage).

MISC. Secrets

Here's an e-mail I received:


if mew touches someone on his way up and out of the scene, it will hurt you.
I was playing multiplayer when mew came and hit link and he went flying!

also, i heard that if you beat the game on Very Hard, 3 stock, no continues,
you can get the following:

mario - metal mario
pikachu - raichu
jigglypuff - wigglytuff
dk - giant dk

i never beat it under those conditions with any of those characters, but you
might wanna give it a try. i am still trying to get metal mario. i dont know
if it works, i have seen raichu, but i have a good feeling it was the work
of gameshark, and if it was, i will find the code!

~Evil Clown (look for my Capt. Falcon FAQ if they post it)


This is the e-mail rumor I received that got harsh criticism; here are
two people backing it up:

sorry to say   but i beat the game on very hard, 3 stock with mario.
and nothing happened     ssooooooo     these codes must be fake

There is no friggin' Raichu or Wigglytuff in the game at all! The only
thing that might be there is a GameShark code to dig up residue of unused
stuff, like Pokemon's infamous island with the truck. And Mew doesn't do
a thing, and people who say it hurts either a) is lying or b) was in a
totally hectic match and confused Pokeball damage for Mew damage.

I merely rented this game about 4 times; don't get mad at me!

One more:


To: whats your name
                                     first name: Yusef
From: nitro_yuside@hotmail.com       no last name given

I have almost beaten VERY HARD MODE with PIKACHU STOCK 3 If you e-mail me
when you get one of these secret characters Metal Mario, Giant DK,
Raichu especially and WigglyTuff Mentioned in your faq on Super Smash
Bros. it would be nice to know if it exists.
                   |    ________
1    1   _______    |    |
1\   1  1       1 __|__  |
1 \  1  1       1   |    |_______  I will E-mail you when I find
1  \ 1  1       1   |    |         out if what he said is true.
1   \1  1_______1   |    |_______


My name is The Crippler (well it's actually Steve, but) please be a
little bit more comprehensive... But if anyone can help this guy out
(what's his name again?) his e-mail address is there.


I have just proven that " get raichu " is a total fake and would be in the
act of Gameshark


Cool, thanks.

Alright, that e-mail rumor is 100% fake, I assure you; I've received
a nice load of e-mails telling me that he is a liar).

4) Game Shark

Enable Code (Must Be On)  F10396B0 2400
                          DE000400 0000

1P Mode Codes             810A4B2E 43CB
Infinite Time

Infinite Lives P1  800A4B43 0004
Low % Health P1   810A4B86 0000
Character Modifier P1   800A4B3B 00??
Infinite Lives P2   800A4BB7 0004
Low % Health P2   810A4BFA 0000
Character Modifier P2   800A4BAF 00??
Infinite Lives P3   800A4C2B 0004
Low % Health P3   810A4C6E 0000
Character Modifier P3   800A4C23 00??
Infinite Lives P4   800A4C9F 0004
Low % Health P4   810A4CE2 0000
Character Modifier P4   800A4C97 00??
VS Mode Codes   810A4D1E 43CB
Infinite Time
Low % Health P1   810A4D76 0000
Character Modifier P1   800A4D2B 00??
Low % Health P2   810A4DEA 0000
Character Modifier P2   800A4D9F 00??
Low % Health P3   810A4E5E 0000
Character Modifier P3   800A4E13 00??
Low % Health P4   810A4ED2 0000
Character Modifier P4   800A4E87 00??

Quantity Digits to Accompany Character
Modifier Codes
00 - Mario
01 - Fox
02 - Donkey Kong
03 - Samus
04 - Luigi
05 - Link
06 - Yoshi
07 - Captain Falcon
08 - Kirby
09 - Pikachu
0A - Jigglypuff
0B - Ness

5) Credits

Cheat Code Central
For some of the secrets and the Game Shark Codes. I had permission to use

Evil Clown
For the e-mail in the secrets section.

For publishing my work.


Be sure to check out my Yoshi and Mario character guides at GameFAQs!

6) Legal Info

This FAQ is for private use only. It may not be used on any websites unless
you have my written permission. It may not be sold or used in anyway to
make a profit. Super Smash Brothers is Copyright © 1999, Nintendo of
America, and Nintendo of Japan. I have no association nor affiliation with
them. All other trademarks not mentioned are respected.

This FAQ is copyright © 1999-2000 by Outkast.

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