Friday, December 18, 2015

Super Smash Flash 3

Characters We Want to See in Super Smash Flash 3
Super Smash Flash 3 is one of the most awaited flash game till to date and it got good reasons for that. While we are not sure about what we might see in it, here are some characters we would love to play as and play against.

Bomberman from Bomberman

Well, we have seen him in the previous installment, but nothing says we don’t want to see him in the upcoming ones. While Bomberman is different from others on the list, still he adds flavor to his presence. How can we possibly forgive his fighting style in the game? Sure it is something we should look forward to, and this is what we are going to do. This is a must have character if you want to make sure you want to have as much (at least) fun as you had with the first installment. With him on your side, it will bomb all the way.

Boyonetta from Bayonetta

This is not a hard choice to make; we don’t mind if you tend to keep the zero mega man suits all around you, but there is a character that fits into that slot well. Moreover, this is a far better option because she came before them and did the job without creating much drama. Well, to give her tough competition, we considered bringing up Lara Croft, but again it’s Bayonetta who wins the game.

Commander Shepard from Mass Effect

Whether it be Femshep or not remains an argument itself, we cannot leave this one behind. While we are having people from the manga and other anime, why not this one! A good leader who gave himself to save the whole cosmos! Besides, if you are trying to start a campaign, there is no better option than this.
A tough competition here was Lightning from Final Fantasy, but it's Shepard, who have the upper hand. There is nothing we could have done for that. The Bioware’s Commander will make an excellent addition to the badass list of Super Smash Flash 3, and we are keen to see it happening. If you are going with us, try to make it fem shep.

Shodan from System Shock

This entry is not for the protagonists stereotypes. Instead, we are moving towards the antagonists this type. What we can’t fathom is why the fan made creation has not considered adding Shodan, the villain for at least once. Because they have not, now will be a great time to make amends for their mistake. The villain of both system shock 1 and 2, nothing will serve as a better villain as she will. If you don’t believe us, you dare try her out!

Alma from F.E.A.R

At first, we considered the Red Queen from Resident Evil Franchise. But hey, what chance does she stand against the almighty Alma. If you are unlucky enough to miss the Fear games, we got a spoiler for you. Alma is not your typical antagonists; no she is just a misunderstood psychic girl on whom the very game depends on. Besides, if you want a final blow, no one can outdo her, she will simply tear limb from limb. We are not saying that she take over the antagonist’s scene, but, at least, she will make a good entry as a henchmen or side kick for Shodan.

Pyramid Head from Silent Hill 2

Super Smash Flash 3 will be a fan made, right? So you can make it as crazy as you want. Now this is something over the bar but heck Pyramid Head makes a creepy villain who might scares you to death even before the fight starts. Not to mention, it will be a great thing for noobs. They can get the hang of the game by just fighting against this mountain. A single blow from him will be deadly but slow enough for you to do something.

Agent 48 from Hitman

Sure, he or they, whatever you want to call them don’t stand a chance against 47, still they will make a worthy contender for you. Of course, we didn’t want to steal the show with the legend, but we can’t say the same about his half as good clones. These will sure get you moving. After mentioning his name, we are dependent on the makers to do something about the clones because they are best known to fight with guns while this is CQB. While considering him, Agent 17 also hit us but we dropped the idea of him. Check out some of the most adorable bus games in the gaming industry!

Spy from Team Fortress 2

This is another worthy addition to Super Smash Flash 3. Spy is better known for his creepiness, and this is what we are hoping to see in his fighting, we thought of adding the Dude from Postal and G-man from Half-life, but Spy ultimately wins the duel here. 

Super Smash Flash 2

Super Smash Flash 2 Review, How it Compares with First One?
The Super Smash Flash has got its next installment dubbed as Super Smash Flash 2. We all know that the first game did pretty well for itself! But did the later managed to keep with the standards of first one or not, yes was it capable to match its predecessor in every term or not? We are going to find these answers in the follow review.

The Basic

Starting with, this is a good game. The main catch here is added characters. Mechanics didn’t have something new which we can be proud of but still it beats its predecessor. While at it, it stays loyal to the characters. Continuing the series of Super Smash Flash, this is yet another product of Cleod9 production. The publisher is yet again McLeodgaming. The genre is as same, and you have both options of single player and multiplayer. This time, instead of 30 characters, the players get to choose from 33.

Starting Up

There were two characters who are originally cut in this game. Now you get the choice to choose from 47 different stages. Also, you also have a wide list of items that you can choose from. The game modes are solo, adventure mode, and classic mode. If players want, they can also play the all-star, training, stadium, home run content and even the multi main mode.
Now everything can be done with a different approach as compared to the last time. Seeing the added collectibles that were not added to the original game, this makes the gameplay a lot more fun.  After loading this game, it is advised for the players to adjust controls as per their likening.
This game allows you to set controls for four players. Up and jump this time can be mapped to the same key. The differences in Super Smash Flash 2 have been made with new movies, the final smash, and taunts. Also, players can wall jump, grab and throw items at their opponents.  The controls are a lot different than the last game. An added feature is that the matches are timed now, something we appreciate.


As the opponent gets more damage, it will be easier for you to knock them off the stage and secure your win. This may sound simple at the moment, but it gets a lot more intense when you are playing this game. Yes, it’s only one hit left or right, and you lose the game.

An Insight about the Controls

This free to play community drive game is available for computers and it’s built in flash, you can guess it by the name. Given the fact that it’s flash, it’s still surprising that controls are pretty complex. While still the characters are moved with traditional arrow buttons, the controls are coded in WASD with its surrounding letters. In the end, it’s a relief that all of them are customizable.

How it Compare?

Well, it’s very similar to what it came from! The combat is kept dizzy and deep. You may find it hard to memorize the moves that will correspond with the brawl. By saying that, we mean the up attack, left attack and down attack. This is joined by the directional power hits. It’s safe to this that the Super Smash Flash 2 is similar to the main game and one of the best consolation by indie developers.

Who am I Playing?

This is a very important question in games where characters from well-received franchises show up. To be honest, this is the feature that makes Super Smash Flash 2 addictive after all. It’s one hand in the basket to get your favorite character fighting for you. This game features some characters that have never even appeared in the Nintendo Collection.
We have some famous characters from anime and manga. Some of these characters we believed were never meant for fighting, but this game will change our perspective about that.  We have Naruto, Mr. Incredible, Sonic, Tails, Inuyasha, and Cloud. These name worthy are joined by added characters such as Goku, Gaia and many others that were not included in the original game at the first place


This game is all prepped for competitive Gameplay. It has a perfectly balanced set of characters. However, it has some lag issues but we are hopeful these will be taken care of in the future. All of these are just flat rewarding for a simple flash fighting game. While saying all this, we will also add that this game is nothing to boast about on a competitive level. So you need to be careful about it. The main issue was gameplay almost the same while we all were hoping for new impressive additions in it because this is what it boils down in the end. The 3th part of douchebag workout is another cool game worth trying out!

Super Smash Flash 1

Super Smash Flash Overview

The online retro game genre has always remained a favorite of people. The retro styled games, now better known as flash games remained to be fun and challenging. Sure these lack the freedom we have with latest gen game, but these games have their own grace. This is particularly true for a number of titles that were played on consoles and computer. Most of these games, for the sake that they don’t die, are now used as flash games and below we are discussing one of them.
The Super Smash Flash was introduced as a nonprofit fighting crossover game. It’s a fan-made flash game that was published by Indie website McLeodGaming. The website is led by non-other than Gregory Mcleod, who is better known as Cledo9. This game is particularly based on Super Smash Bros. The Game soon after its release.


The main objective is similar to Super Smash Bros; you have to knock your opponent off the screen. Character’s Health is shown in percentage instead of a health bar; this gradually increases as they take damage. The more damage you take, the farther you will be thrown off the screen that will result in a Knock Out!

Super Smash Flash is not a direct clone because it features adjusted mechanics with playable content for stages and characters.  This game features only five type of attacks that are activated by respectively assigned keys. Some special characters are capable of extra attacks while they jump.


Flash fighting games can never resist multiplayer modes. It’s a proven fact! This game allows you to fight both against players and computer controlled opponents at different difficulty settings.

This game was limited because of its flash software capacity. The matches are limited to only two characters. This is a four character entry; it supports two humans and two computer controller characters per match. While this is fun, it is somewhat disadvantageous for the second player as the cameras are only designed for the first player.

Playable Characters

The Super Smash Flash features over 30 characters. These characters themselves represent a broad variety of media as they not only expand to their own games but also anime, film, and even some fan made creations. However, a few of these 30 characters need to be unlocked with certain achievements and process through the game.  Following are the featured characters in this game with their respective franchises.

  • Captain Falcon from F-Zero
  • Cloud from Final Fantasy
  • Crono from Chrono
  • Fox from Star Fox
  • Inuyasha from Inuyasha
  • Jigglypuff from Pokémon
  • Kirby from Kirby
  • Knuckles from Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Link from The Legend of Zelda
  • Lloyd from Tales
  • Luigi from Mario
  • Mario from Mario
  • Mega Man X from Mega Man
  • Meta Knight from Kirby
  • Mew-two from Pokémon
  • Mr. Game & Watch from Game & Watch
  • Mr. Incredible from the Incredible
  • Naruto from Naruto
  • Pikachu from Pokémon
  • Samus from Metroid
  • Shadow from Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Sheik from the Legend of Zelda
  • Sonic from Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Super Sonic from Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Tails from Sonic Hedge Hog
  • Young Link from the Legend of Zelda
  • Zelda from the Legend of Zelda
  • Zero from Mega Man


The development of Super Smash Flash stated in 2006. This was the first ever game project of Cleod9. At this time, he was working on the TI-89 website. Before this, Cleod9 was learning how to code and make a stable flash game. This game was supposed to be a combat oriented platform which features Blade from Sonic the Hedgehog.
The main focus was to get through a level with suspended platforms which getting rid of flying robot bees named as buzzers. This so the game was reworded into Super Smash Flash. It was based on the Flash smash engine by non-other than Cleod9. In this game, small updates are incorporating new content with new playable characters and states.
This game remained as the first big flash project by its developer, and it proved to be a great success in its time. This game was completed in half a year without the help of outsource coding assistant. After its completion, this game was first released on the Newgrounds website that was well received for flash content.
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At the time of its release, the Super Smash Flash received a positive critical response.  While it was positively reviewed, at first, later it got some unfavorable reviews. One particular review was from FlashGN, which said the game had lacked control and were a buggy work. It also said that this is a flawed attempt at recreating something aspiring. Despite the poor review, this game won the NewGrounds daily feature award as it have a 4-star rating and more than 11 million views.  This is game also considered in making the Flash Portal History while picking up some other minor awards.