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Super Smash Flash 2 Hacked fighting game is an improved release of the Super Smash Flash 2(SSF2).The SSF2 was published by McLeodGaming and developed by a developer group led by Cleod 9 productions. The hacked version has smoother attacks and the color coordination is also great. The game is partially based on the super smash bros series particularly the brawl one. There are various releases available online, including new super smash flash 4.
Its gameplay is quite different from the other traditional games. It uses a damage percentage counter to determine the health of the character. When a character is beaten up, the damage adds up thus increasing the percentage value. As the percentage value increases, so does the chances of knocking the character out of the stage.
The characters are from Super Smash Brawl and they represent their various universes. They have their own standard and special attacks as well as the final smash which is unique to each one of them. There are two types of characters, the starters who are present from the start and the unlocked ones which are unlocked as you proceed. Some of the characters from the past game have been left out while others have also been introduced.
Being a one player game or two player game depending on the selection, the game has controls for both players. For player one the controls are as follows:
A-move player to the left
D-move player to the right
W-move player up
S-move player down
O-special moves for example the final smash
For player two, the arrow keys are used to move the player while the fighting options include numpad 1 in place of O, numpad 2 in place of P, numpad 3 in place of I and numpad 4 in place of L. However, the gamers have the option to customize their controls in the menu.
The game can be played in two different modes that is, time and stock mode or you can play in a combined mode of the two. In time mode, as the characters fight, you gain a point when you KO your rival or loose a point when you are on the receiving end. At the end of the selected time duration, the one who accumulates more points is the actual winner. There may be a rare case of equal points after the time limit but this is decided upon by a sudden death match in which a winner emerges. The stock mode on the other hand is quite interesting. In this mode each character is given a particular number of chosen lives. As the fight goes on and you get KOd or you self destruct, you loose a life. The fight goes on until one of the characters looses all the lives leaving the last standing player as the winner. Try a similar game at Fireboy and Watergirl at https://fireboyandwatergirlunblocked.co
Hello everybody, today I will be looking at the following flash game Super Smash Flash 2 download by McLeod Gaming most popular for its content and difficulty rather than game play which it features popular Nintendo characters such as Pikachu, Link, Mario, Goku, and Naruto etc.. and fighting it out to see who can come out on top, after all everyone every one desires to be the hero.
I always wanted to know how these characters would fare against Nintendo’s finest heroes (Goku VS Pikachu??? funny isn’t it) well you may want to give it a try after all it deserve it since Nintendo will never add them to an official Smash Bros. title. If I had to give my thoughts, the games are really really good.
The controls of the game are quite simple and easy to use you don’t even have to think about the controls after the first round anymore.
There are 4 buttons (Grapple button, shield and dodge button, special attack button, and finely the normal attack button), if you hit the direction button and the attack button at the same time Smash attacks will be possible too.
The only issue I have with this game is that the single-player (classic mode where the player advances from 1 level to another fighting a certain amount of enemies on each level) aspect is quite lacking which becomes boring after a few games. This isn’t a big deal though since the multiplayer is the main reason to play the game in multiplayer mode and Smash Flash 2 is a great multiplayer game. If you really love single mode I highly suggest you to play tank trouble 5.
Super Smash Flash 3 contains eight stages based on actual SS bros. series stages but there are also new ones not present in the official games, six out from the eight stages do not have to be unlocked and can be selected in Melee and Training modes and the last two stages can be unlocked by completing criteria in the game, they are also available in several single player modes where you have the choice to automatically chose them.
Super Smash Flash 2 is essentially the same as the rest of the games of the Super Smash Bros, one of the best features in Smash Flash 2 is that all landing lag from aerial attacks is automatically halved allowing for the fast-paced combat, the blend between the two styles allows for a fun game that casual and competitive players alike can truly enjoy playing it.