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Robotic Operating Buddy
ROB SSBUltimate.png
The basic appearance of R.O.B.
GENDER Genderless (male pronouns)
Stack-Up / Gyromite (1985)*
Not to be confused with the character of ROB 64 from the Star Fox series.
Maybe I'm not as heroic as some of the other guys, but you aren't any better. You tear up worlds, and blame it on others. And the worst part is that you do it for fun. Maybe I am just a robot, but I am a Robotic Operating Buddy. And you, you're just downright pathetic.
R.O.B., Super Smash Bros. 2 (film)

The Robotic Operating Buddy, or R.O.B. (also known as The Ancient Minister during the events of The Subspace Emissary), was a peripheral created by Nintendo for use with the Nintendo Entertainment System. Due to stores wanting to avoid video games after the 1983 video game crash. R.O.B. was designed to be used as an optional peripheral with two games: Stack-Up and Gyromite. In video games, R.O.B. was said to be constructed by Professor Hector alongside his assistant Professor Vector.

Though R.O.B. was only compatible with two NES games, he has since become a recurring character in various Nintendo games, making cameos in the Kirby series and The Legend of Zelda series, and becoming playable in both the Mario Kart series and Super Smash Bros. series.

While R.O.B. has yet to be the sole star of a game, he was a focal character in The Subspace Emissary, posing as the Ancient Minister out of shame for what he was doing to his own kind. Prior to the events in the Subspace Emissary, R.O.B. was known as a leader to the other R.O.B.s on The Isle of the Ancients. Tabuu invaded the island and forced him to work under him, using the R.O.B.s as part of his forces to set up Subspace Bombs across the world of trophies. When he has nothing left to lose after the huge subspace explosion on Isle of the Ancients, destroying all of his kind, R.O.B. joins the fight against Tabuu.


As an Accessory

While it had a short lifespan, R.O.B was instrumental in getting the N.E.S to toy stores. R.O.B. was released with the intention of portraying the Nintendo Entertainment System as a novel toy in order to alleviate retail fears following the North American video game crash of 1983. R.O.B. was available in the Deluxe Set, a configuration for the console that included, among other things, R.O.B. and Gyromite. Stack-Up was packaged separately and included its own physical game pieces.


R.O.B. received commands via optical flashes in the screen. Once the screen lights up, R.O.B. was ready to receive six commands. Just like the NES Zapper, R.O.B. only functioned correctly when coupled with a CRT (cathode ray tube) type of television. Both Gyromite and Stack-Up included a test feature, sending an optical flash that should make R.O.B.'s LED light up.

The R.O.B. unit's height is 24 cm (9.6 in). It has a head movement range of a 45° horizontally centered tilt. The arm movement range is 240° left and right with five stopping points, 7 cm (2.75 in) up and down with six stopping points, and 7 cm (2.75 in) between hands when open. The unit has five accessory slots around the hexagonal base, numbered clockwise, starting at the rear-left from the robot's point of view; and notches on the hands allow for specialized parts to be attached for each game. The optional tinted filter can be attached over the eyes to compensate for overly bright televisions. The unit is powered by four AA batteries.

In 2016, a new model for R.O.B was revealed for Nintendo 30. This model is identical to old ones, more or less, but has a set of blue arms and amiibo functionality allowing for the usage of a blue-armed R.O.B in supported games. It also has other functionality that has yet to be revealed.

Another new model of R.O.B. known as the Nintendo R.O.B 2.0 was unveiled on July 27, 2018. It acts as an more fully functioning robot, with NFC and voice control capabilities, which work with several different games for various systems. The machine also came with a updated version of Gyromite and a game called Super R.O.B. Bros.. More information can be found on it's page.

As a Character

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R.O.B became a character in his own right during the events of the Subspace Emissary, the story mode of Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The R.O.B that the game follows is shrouded in mystery for most of the story mode. Known as the Ancient Minister for much of the story, he is a reluctant antagonist who plans to engulf the world into Subpsace using Subspace Bombs. In the beginning of the game, his face is covered and cannot be seen.

Later in the game the Fighters arrive in the hangar of the Bomb Factory on the Floating Island of the Ancients, in time to see the Ancient Minister watching in sadness as the R.O.Bs load up the Bombs for distribution. Just as the fighters arrive A Holographic Ganondorf orders the R.O.B.s to unload the bombs and set them off. Enraged by this the Ancient Minister tries in vain to stop the R.O.B.s, but under Ganondorf's orders they shoot the Ancient Minister until he catches fire. While he burns the R.O.B.s set up the bombs to create an explosion large enough to kill all remaining R.O.B.s and create a portal large enough to send the ity sized Subspace Gunship through. The Minister bursts free from his flaming robe to reveal he is really R.O.B.. The fighters try to stop the explosion but are forced to give up and R.O.B. goes into a state of shock. Donkey Kong carries him out, and they escape in the Falcon Flyer as the island explodes, making this R.O.B. the last surviving of his kind.

It is notable that even though the Ancient Minister is a robot, he is able to show remorse and is deeply saddened by the deaths of his fellow R.O.B.s. Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS references these events in the Boxing Ring stage in the NTSC version of the game, giving him the title The Last of His Kind.

These events set up R.O.B.'s character in Super Smash Bros. Discord's story mode known as X Marks the Spot. Taking place a couple of years after the events of the story mode, R.O.B. joins the treasure hunt during the course of the story. His role in the story mode is said to be somewhat sizable.


ROB Squad

This group was first introduced in Brawl. Three types were introduced: Blaster, Launcher, and Sentry. They acted as enemies in the Subspace Emissary mode in Brawl and have yet to make any kind of return.

ROB Blaster

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The ROB Blaster is a laser-firing common enemy variant of the R.O.B. Squad and has the white and gray (American R.O.B.) color scheme. Its only attack is to shoot a short, blue, double laser beam directed at the player. As the trophy description suggests, there are two versions to the R.O.B. Blasters: one that stays stationary and fires (like R.O.B. Launchers) and one that is mobile. The mobile ones are typically the fastest model out of all the R.O.B. Squad variants, as it constantly uses its boosters for movement and generally stay airborne at all times. While they do not directly attempt to recover from edges, they will inadvertently recover from pitfalls when chasing the player by using its hovering.

ROB Launcher

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The ROB Launcher is a missile-firing common enemy variant of the R.O.B. Squad and is identified with its military green color scheme. A similar color scheme is available for the player-controlled R.O.B. character, but the R.O.B. Launcher is different in three areas: it has a blue cord on its back instead of black, brown coloration on certain parts, and has only one "eye." It's only attack is to launch a missile similar to Snake's side special remote missile (although much slower) that homes in on the player. R.O.B. Launchers are stationary, and do not move unless knocked astray by the player. Much like the R.O.B. Sentry, it does not attempt to recover when knocked off a ledge.

ROB Sentry

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The R.O.B. Sentry is a melee-based common enemy variant of the R.O.B. Squad and has the default (Japanese R.O.B.) color scheme of R.O.B. with red arms and a white body. Their attacks are only limited to a single swipe with their arm not unlike R.O.B.'s standing neutral attack. When near the player, R.O.B. Sentries can jump to reach the same height as the player or to mix up its pattern. If knocked off a ledge, they do not recover. Otherwise, they generally stay mobile on the ground.

ROB Karter

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This type was introduced in Mario Kart DS. They stay stationary in their karts, and have the North American color scheme. They can collect power-ups and drive like the other racers. They stay mobile on the ground, bound to the kart. R.O.B. Karters had three different karts that were exclusive to them:

  • ROB-BLS - This kart featured a Stack-Up set up that was molded into the kart. This kart is known for it's high speed stat, average acceleration, fairly high handling, and extremely low drift. As such, this combination allowed for snaking, although it was one of the harder karts to pull this trick with.
  • Standard RB - This kart was a fairly standard kart in design, and featured a high speed stat for standard karts. It also had average acceleration, fairly high handling, and low drift.
  • ROB-LGS - This absurd kart was stylized in a way that gave R.O.B. a taller look, almost as if he had legs, towering over the other karts. Much like R.O.B's other karts, it had a high speed stat, average acceleration, fairly high handling, and extremely low drift.


Main page: R.O.B.B.E.R.

In Mario and Luigi: The Seven Black Diamonds, Bowser supposedly creates copies of R.O.B. to face off with the Mario Bros. Like their names suggest, these kinds of R.O.B.s are used to steal items from the Mario Bros. Not much is known about them.

Powers and Abilities


Starting with Super Smash Bros. Brawl, R.O.B. has been depicted with the ability to create powerful lasers out of his eyes, usually in a red color. These lasers can be charged over time, with the bulb on the top of his head lighting up to show that he is fully charged up. He can also boost with the rockets under his body, giving him a fairly good recovery game as he can boost multiple times in the air without falling into a falling state. However, this has a cooldown and R.O.B needs to remain on the ground to keep it low or he will overheat and fall into a helpless state.

He can also use spinning gyros to attack, able to charge them up to fly farther and deal more damage. Additionally, his arms can spin like a rotor and can entrap opponents in his whirlwind of punches and even reflect projectiles with it. However, this has a bit of a pause after it, which prevents him from continuously using it. These abilities were first seen in the Super Smash Bros. series, although they were inspired by his real world appearance and mechanisms.

In R.O.B. Attack!, R.O.B. could gain new attacks and equipment over the course of his journey. These included more projectile attacks, allowing him to fire even bigger and more damaging laser attacks or even bullets. He could additionally create a spotlight to help him see in the dark and use a camera to take pictures.

In Super Smash Bros. Discord, R.O.B. has a bevy of new moves that call back to his original two games and later appearances. He can summon radishes for Smicks (hailing from Gyromite) to follow and eat, causing damage for anyone in their path and summon the Flippers from Stack Up to deal damage. He can also use robotic tentacles that were first seen in Fighters of Lapis.

R.O.B. is implied to be heavily modular to his mechanical nature and given the right technology, R.O.B. could change up his moveset with new parts added onto him.

Specific Abilties

As a character in the Super Smash Bros. series R.O.B. has many Special Moves, derived either from his origin games, his real life appearance, or extrapolations from his robotic form. Shown below are his Special Moves from Brawl onwards as well as their Custom Move counterparts in Smash For.

  • Robo Beam - R.O.B. can fire off a optical beam from his lenses. The beam becomes more powerful over time and when not shot. This more powerful beam is known as the Super Robo Beam. R.O.B.'s bulb on his head indicates when he can fire it.
    • Wide-Angle Beam - R.O.B. can aim the Robo Beam on a much wider arc, but at the cost of Robo Beam and Super Robo Beam having less power and damaging effects overall.
    • Infinite Robo Beam - Robo Beam can be fired consecutively, although this makes the move weaker by lowering damage output, shortening it's range and its ability to ricochet. These drawbacks also apply to Super Robo Beam, which now takes longer to charge.
  • Arm Rotor - R.O.B. rapidly swivels his arms around to create clotheslining attack that entraps opponent's into his flurry of mechanical fists. He can additionally reflect projectiles with this move at 50% more of their original power.
    • Reflector Rotor - R.O.B. deals more damage with this version of Arm Rotor and reflects projectiles with 80% more power than they originally had, but at the cost of its trapping ability.
    • Backwards Arm Rotor - This version of the arm rotor deals more damage and moves R.O.B. backward while it is being performed, making it better suited for defense, but at the cost of having a significantly shorter duration overall.
  • Robo Burner - R.O.B. uses rockets from under him to propel into the air, being able propel high into the air without going into a free-fall state like other traditional up-specials. He gains fuel while on the ground, and if he ruins out of it in the air, he falls straight down.
    • Robo Rocket - R.O.B. releases all of his fuel in a single burst and deals damage while doing so. While it won't leave him in a helpless state, it lacks the aerial distance and mobility Robo Burner provided.
    • High-Speed Burner - R.O.B. becomes faster with the Robo Burner, but has less fuel to use overall.
  • Gyro - R.O.B. charges a spinning top on his base before releasing it. It will continue to spin after dropping to the ground and R.O.B. can then pick it up and throw it as a projectile to deal additional damage.
    • Fire Gyro - R.O.B.'s gyro is lit aflame. Deals more damage but has less distance.
    • Slip Gyro- R.O.B.'s gyro slides across the ground, tripping opponents in it's path. It deals more damage at the start but peters out with additional damage.
  • Diffusion Beam - R.O.B.'s Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. R.O.B. releases a swirling laser in front of him, which deal no knockback that are sometimes followed by hard hitting short lasers that deal significant knockback. This is almost a passive effect for R.O.B., as he can continue to pick up items and fight while doing this attack.
  • Super Diffusion Beam - R.O.B.'s Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U & 3DS and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. He transforms himself into a cannon and fires off a powerful laser that traps opponents and launches them away. Can be aimed in a arc.

Game Appearances

Mario Party Star Power

R.O.B. is an unlockable character in Mario Party Star Power. His minigame is Gyromite (in 3-D). His stage is Robotland. His present are R.O.B. Arms and R.O.B. Goggles.

ROB Attack!

When most of Nintendo's universes crash, R.O.B. is the only one remaining in ROB Attack!. In the game, he acts as the main playable character and is interestingly powered by Pikpik juice thanks to a mechanical Pikmin. R.O.B must obtain weapons and equipment throughout the game, otherwise he is completely powerless, as seen in the first level of the game. He can additionally gain different kinds of paints that alter his color scheme.

Nintendo Tag-Team RPG

R.O.B. makes a cameo in Nintendo Tag-Team RPG, as he appears as the DTV's AI system.

Super Smash Bros. Fusion

R.O.B. appears in both versions of the game as a unlockable character. His moveset is identical to past Smash games with no noted changes.

Super Smash Bros. Zenith

R.O.B. returns as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Zenith, being a unlockable character. He can be unlocked by playing 40 Vs Matches, or beating Target Smash with 25 different fighters.

Super Smash Bros. Assemble

R.O.B. makes a return as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Assemble, revealed in the Assemble!!! trailer alongside Zero Suit Samus, Mini Mario, and the e-shop Bag. In the trailer, he is coating copies of other fighter's limbs in paint to call back to the game's feature of creating your own character. Eventually, Umbra's robots invade the place and Zero Suit Samus and R.O.B. assemble to stop them.

Evidently, R.O.B. would have been a big part of the Black Sun trailers and story mode, having been captured by Virtual Boy and having his body turned into scrap to create Virtual Boy's body. Samus tries to rescue R.O.B, but is unable to pull him through the bars of the cage he's in before she has to run away.

R.O.B. features no big changes to his moveset in the game. He is a unlockable character that is unlocked once the player obtains 100 trophies.

Gyromite Amiibo

In this oddly titled game, Professor Hector, Vector, Sector, and Nectar must collect the dynamite that threatens their creation, R.O.B., from ensured destruction. The game interestingly does not feature a playable appearance from R.O.B., instead focusing on his creators.

Super 5mash Bros. 5

Main article: R.O.B. (Smash 5)

R.O.B. reappears as a playable character in Super 5mash Bros. 5, being an unlockable character. He has "Gyromite" as his home stage and his unlock conditions differ on handheld and console. Uniquely, he has two moveset options with their own custom moves, with Special Set A mimicking his original Smash 4 moveset with customs, and his Special Custom Set B giving him entirely brand new moves.

Mario Kart 3DS

R.O.B. appears as an unlockable racer in Mario Kart 3DS under the cruiser class. His special item is Laser, which allows him to stun multiple racers with the after-mentioned laser. He is unlocked by winning the 150cc Ice Flower Cup or receiving at least 1 Star Rank for all 150cc Mirror Grand Prix cups.

Nintendo 30

A new R.O.B accessory has been created for Nintendo 30. This model calls back to the original design, but gives it a set of blue arms. This model is more of a collector's item than a actual accessory, but it also has amiibo functionality, allowing the player to scan the bottom of the model to play as a blue armed R.O.B. There is also other functionality, but it has yet to be revealed.

Super Smash Bros. Devastation

Main article: R.O.B. (SSBDevastation)

R.O.B. appears as a unlockable character in Super Smash Bros. Devastation, being overall buffed from his appearance in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS, although many of his moves that gave him combo potential were severely cut back. Robo Rocket now replaces the Robo Burner and his Final Smash was altered back to Diffusion Beam. He can be unlocked through winning 110 Versus Matches, collecting 250 trophies, or having R.O.B. join you in story mode.

Battle Theater

Main article: Samus & R.O.B (Battle Theater)

Samus and R.O.B. are a playable duo character in Battle Theater. Generally they attack together, usually following the other's attack up with an attack of their own. They can win over the crowd with their Best Drama move.

"The two make a surprisingly cute couple. One is a robot and the other wears high-tech armor, so it just makes sense. Don't tell the other Smashers though. They make a good pair in battle, each using their unique skills. R.O.B is perfect for laying down damage, and Samus is quite athletic."

Ultra Smash Bros. IV

Main article: R.O.B. (USBIV)

R.O.B. reappears in Ultra Smash Bros. IV as a playable fighter. He was confirmed through Famicom Smash Week alongside other returning and new characters famous from their Famicom appearances. He is 19th on the 103 character tier list, making him a A- character.

Kingdoms of Fighters B: Fight for the Future

R.O.B will be appearing in Kingdoms of Fighters B: Fight for the Future with blue arms, similar to his Nintendo 30 appearance except lighter in color, resembling the shade of blue found on Samus' Zero Suit suit. Fittingly enough, R.O.B and Samus are depicted as being in a committed relationship, similar to Exotoro's The Girl and The Robot series on the Lapis Wiki.

Super Smash Bros. Calamity

Main article: R.O.B. (Calamity)

R.O.B returns in Super Smash Bros. Calamity as a playable character, being a unlockable character. The only known changes to his moveset are his aerial side special and up special are now different versions of Robo Burner, relying on the same fuel as that move. He has his Famicom, American, an alternate that appears to be referencing his Kingdoms of Fighters B: Fight for the Future/Nintendo 30 appearance, and four alternates that reference the Virtual Boy, the Nintendo Wii, his appearance in Mario Kart DS for the Nintendo DS (like the alternates he has in Project M), and the Nintendo Switch.

Super Smash Bros. Discord

Returning to the roster in Super Smash Bros. Discord, R.O.B is described as being part of the race that lived on the Isle of the Ancients, taking his backstory from Super Smash Bros. Brawl. R.O.B. is mostly unaltered from how he appeared in Super Smash Bros. 4, with several new customs referencing Stack-Em and Gyromite as he is still the sole representative of those games. In the X Marks the Spot story mode, he will be portrayed as in a relationship with Samus Aran, although this relationship is depicted as a secret unknown to the rest of the characters.

Jake's Super Mario Kart


After previously making a playable appearance in Mario Kart DS, R.O.B. reappears as a racer once more in Jake's Super Mario Kart. Unlike in his previous appearance, the player can choose between using his Japanese or North American designs in Jake's Super Mario Kart, though the former is used in all regions by default.

TPXZF1997's Super Smash Bros.

R.O.B. appears as a Hidden Character.

Project X Zone 3: Sacred Destinies

R.O.B. makes a cameo appearance as part of Pit's Solo Unit attack.

Media Appearances

Nintendo Cinematic Universe

R.O.B is a agent for some secret organization that has not been confirmed as of yet. He is confirmed to be the Super Smash Brothers movie sequel. Had this cinematic universe continued, it was likely that R.O.B. would have gotten his own movie that would have seen him travelling to other dimensions and time periods, but due to the cancellation of the project, it has been scrapped.


In the SMASH film series, R.O.B is a machine sent by the gods to help. He was built with no feelings or emotions, but learns them over time.

The Stories of New Tendo City

R.O.B. was set to appear in The Stories of New Tendo City episode "Grumpy Old Men", where he was to be married to Mr. Game & Watch. The episode would have revolved around them ranting about the younger characters.



R.O.B. was forced to work under Tabuu during the events of the Subspace Emissary, a fact he was so ashamed of he would work under the identity of the Ancient Minister as he led his own people to his death via the Subspace Bombs. Faced with the complete annihilation of his race at the hand of Ganondorf, R.O.B. turned to the other side, given nothing to lose. He joined the rest of the Super Smash Bros. to defeat Tabuu and restore the World of Trophies, although he suffered the biggest loss out of everyone involved.

R.O.B. and Tabuu have never been allies in the traditional sense, although it's clear R.O.B. is frightened by his power and what it means for his people. When his people are completely destroyed in the Subspace Factory attack, R.O.B. seems to have no qualms going against his orders anymore and even seems heavily depressed by the death toll Tabuu has inflicted onto him.

Professor Hector

R.O.B.'s creator is Professor Hector, who he performed tests and played games with while fairly young in his production cycle. It's likely that Professor Hector created the rest of the R.O.B. race, although this is merely speculative.

Samus Aran

R.O.B. doesn't really have much of a relationship with Samus Aran within the Nintendo canon, but in several fangames he is in a romantic relationship with Samus Aran. They seem to be a rather strong couple, usually fighting together or investigating incidents (as seen in Fighters of Lapis/崛起的火星 or Kingdoms of Fighters B: Fight for the Future). Their strong connection seems to come from feeling very similar things about the demise of their species (The Chozo and the R.O.B. are both near extinct) and generally both being fairly insular socially.


An amiibo figure of R.O.B. exists! For more info about these amiibo, see this page.
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  • Across localizations, R.O.B. has numerous titles in the Boxing Ring stage in Super Smash Bros. Wii U and 3DS, many being plays on his acronym.
    • NTSC Region: The Last of His Kind
    • PAL Region: Robotic Obliteration Buddy
    • Mexico and Spain Region: Experto en Rayos Láser (Expert on Laser Beams)
    • Japan Region: 灼熱のロボビーム (Red Hot Robo Beam)
    • Germany Region: Randaliert. Ohne. Bedauern. (Rampages. Without. Regret.)
    • French Region: Rectifier Oblitérer Broyer (Correct Obliterate Crush)
    • Italian Region: Robot Obliterante Benevolo (Benevolent Obliterating Robot)
    • Netherlands Region: Retro-Ogende Bondgenoot (Retro-Looking Ally)
    • Portugal Region: Robô Obliterador Bondoso (Obliterating King Robot)
  • R.O.B.'s design in the Super Smash Bros. series is actually more detailed than his original accessory design. This is likely to accommodate for his added moves that were made up for the game as well as to make it appear as if R.O.B. could actually pull those moves off.
  • R.O.B. has a product ID of "HVC-012", which is referenced often, such as in the file names of Super Smash Bros. Brawl and even in a Palutena's Guidance conversation. In the Japanese version of Mario Kart DS, R.O.B. is solely referred to by this serial code.
  • In Mario Kart DS, R.O.B. had a human voice actor who imitated the noises of a robot, but in the Super Smash Bros. series he simply has a "voice" which consists of subdued mechanical beeps generated digitally.
  • R.O.B. is the only unlockable character to debut in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and remain unlockable in all subsequent entries of the Super Smash Bros. series.
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SSB Yoshi Series.png Yoshi · Kamek

SSB Kid Icarus Series.png Pit · Magnus

SSB EarthBound Series.png Lucas · Ness

SSB Metroid Series.png Samus Aran / Zero Suit Samus

SSB Pikmin Series.png Captain Olimar

SSB Animal Crossing Series.png Villager

SSB Rolling Western Series.png Dillon

SSB F-Zero Series.png Captain Falcon

SSB Punch-Out Series.png Little Mac

SSB Xenoblade Series.png Shulk

SSB Sonic Series.png Sonic the Hedgehog

SSB Mega Man series.png Mega Man

SSB BravelyDefault.png Agnès Oblige

Wii U   Assist Trophies

SSB Special Symbol.png Cubivore · Warrior Mech Gauss · Mike Jones · Cupid · Hiro · Jill · Captain Rainbow · Barbara · Zip

SSB R.O.B. Series.png Balloon Fighter · Helirin · Devil · Color TV Game 15 · Muddy Mole · Goku · Dr. Wright · Sutte Hakkun

SSB Mario Series.png Lakitu · Hammer Bro. · Koopalings · Chain Chomp · Waluigi

SSB Kirby Series.png Magolor · Gooey · Adeleine · Knuckle Joe · Nightmare

SSB Wario Series.png Kat & Ana · 9-Volt · Wanda · Tenshi

SSB The Legend of Zelda Series.png Tingle · Skull Kid · Cucco · Alfonzo

SSB Donkey Kong Series.png Cranky Kong · Klaptrap · Rambi · Chunky Kong

SSB Kid Icarus Series.png Phosphora · Magnus · Eggplant Wizard · Mimicutie

SSB Fire Emblem Series.png Chrom · Nowi · Lucina

SSB Metroid Series.png Metroid · Dark Samus

SSB DS Series.png Elite Beat Agents · Rusty

SSB Animal Crossing Series.png Isabelle · K.K. Slider

SSB EarthBound Series.png Jeff · Porky Minch

SSB Punch-Out Series.png Bald Bull · King Hippo

SSB Pokémon Series.png Youngster Joey

SSB Golden Sun Series.png Isaac

SSB Sin and Punishment Series.png Saki Amamiya

SSB F-Zero Series.png Samurai Goroh

SSB Splatoon Series.png Inkling

SSB Rhythm Heaven Series.png Glee Club

SSB Yoshi Series.png Toady

SSB Xenoblade Series.png Riki

SSB Sonic Series.png Shadow the Hedgehog

3DS   Assist Trophies

SSB R.O.B. Series.png Balloon Fighter · Helirin · Devil · Color TV Game 15 · Muddy Mole

SSB Special Symbol.png Dr. Wright · Captain Rainbow · Barbara the Bat · Zip

SSB Kirby Series.png Magolor · Gooey · Adeleine

SSB Mario Series.png Lakitu · Hammer Bro.

SSB Donkey Kong Series.png Cranky Kong · Klaptrap · Rambi

SSB Metroid Series.png Metroid · Dark Samus

SSB Kid Icarus Series.png Eggplant Wizard · Mimicutie

SSB Wario Series.png Kat & Ana · 9-Volt

SSB DS Series.png Elite Beat Agents · Rusty

SSB The Legend of Zelda Series.png Skull Kid · Alfonzo

SSB Animal Crossing Series.png Isabelle

SSB Golden Sun Series.png Isaac

SSB Sin and Punishment Series.png Saki Amamiya

SSB F-Zero Series.png Samurai Goroh

SSB EarthBound Series.png Jeff

SSB Rhythm Heaven Series.png Glee Club

SSB Yoshi Series.png Toady

SSB Xenoblade Series.png Riki

SSB Sonic Series.png Shadow the Hedgehog

Wii U   PokéBall Pokémon

SSB Pokémon Series.png Staryu · Snover · Meowth · Scraggy · Snorlax · Magikarp · Unown · Bonsly · Lopunny · Gulpin · Weavile · Wobbuffet · Mawile · Cacturne · Lapras · Qwilfish · Delibird · Dodrio

SSB Legendary Pokémon Series.png Entei · Palkia

3DS   PokéBall Pokémon

SSB Pokémon Series.png Staryu · Snover · Meowth · Scraggy · Snorlax · Magikarp · Unown · Bonsly · Lopunny · Gulpin · Weavile · Wobbuffet · Mawile · Cacturne · Lapras · Qwilfish · Delibird · Dodrio · Entei · Palkia

Wii U   Stage Bosses

SSB Metroid Series.png Gandrayda · Ridley

SSB The Legend of Zelda Series.png Phantom Ganon

SSB Mario Series.png Bouldergeist

SSB Kid Icarus Series.png Hades

SSB Sonic Series.png Knuckles the Echidna

3DS   Stage Bosses

SSB Metroid Series.png Fire Spawn

SSB Kirby Series.png Marx

SSB Big Brain Series.png Dr. Lobe

SSB Pokémon Series.png Giratina

SSB Sonic Series.png Metal Sonic

SSB Mega Man series.png Wily Machine 1

Wii U   Adventure Bosses

SSB Mario Series.png Bowser · King Boo*

SSB Pokémon Series.png Cyrus · Mewtwo*

SSB The Legend of Zelda Series.png Ganondorf · Majora*

SSB Metroid Series.png Ridley

SSB Donkey Kong Series.png King K. Rool

SSB EarthBound Series.png Porky Minch

SSB Wario Series.png Shake King*

3DS   Adventure Bosses

SSB Super Smash Bros. Series.png Master Hand

Wii U   Trophies

SSB Mario Series.png Mario · Luigi · Bowser · Princess Peach · Toad · Rosalina · Bowser Jr. · King Boo · Koopa Troopa · Goomba · Princess Daisy · Bouldergeist · Waluigi

SSB Donkey Kong Series.png Donkey Kong · Pauline

SSB Yoshi Series.png Yoshi · Kamek

3DS   Trophies

SSB Mario Series.png Mario · Luigi · Bowser · Princess Peach · Toad · Rosalina · Bowser Jr. · King Boo · Koopa Troopa · Goomba · Princess Daisy · Bouldergeist · Waluigi

SSB Donkey Kong Series.png Donkey Kong · Pauline

SSB Yoshi Series.png Yoshi · Kamek

Smash Run Enemies
SSB Mario Series.png Koopa Troopa · Koopa Paratroopa · Goomba · Wiggler · Boo · Nabbit · Bullet Bill

SSB Yoshi Series.png Shy Guy · Birdo · Big Beanie · Nep-Enut · Lantern Ghost

SSB Donkey Kong Series.png Kritter · Tiki Goon · Tiki Buzz · Pointy Tuck · Fish Poker Pops

SSB The Legend of Zelda Series.png Bokoblin · Cursed Bokoblin · Technoblin · Octorok · ReDead · Dodongo

SSB Kid Icarus Series.png Monoeye · Reaper · Syren · Clubberskull · Cellular Shildeen · Tribyte

SSB Metroid Series.png Metroid · Zebesian · Polyp · Gunzoo · Omega Metroid

SSB Kirby Series.png Bronto Burt · Broom Hatter · Waddle Dee · Waddle Doo · Poppy Bros. Jr. · TAC

SSB EarthBound Series.png Spiteful Crow · Pigmask Soldier · Starman · Hippie

SSB Wario 'Stache Series.png Bandinero · Shortfuse · Magon · Spear-Mask

SSB Star Fox Series.png SharpClaw · RedEye · Wolfen

SSB Rhythm Heaven Series.png Sneaky Spirit · Monkey · Barista

SSB R.O.B. Series.png Polar Bear · Gang · Wild Gunman

SSB Wrecking Crew Series.png Eggplant Man · Gotcha Wrench

SSB Pikmin Series.png Bulborb · Fiery Blowhog

SSB Animal Crossing Series.png Jack · Katrina

SSB Special Symbol.png Infantry & Tanks · Mii

Mario Kart Silver

Playable Characters

Default Characters
ToadToadetteBaby MarioBaby LuigiKoopa TroopaLakituMarioLuigiPrincess PeachYoshiBirdoDiddy KongBowserDonkey KongWarioWaluigiKing BooWigglerMii

Unlockable Characters
Baby PeachBaby DaisyShy GuyKoopa ParatroopaDry BonesBooGoombaToadsworthPrincess DaisyBowser Jr.NabbitNokiMonaDixie KongKamekProfessor E. GaddRosalinaPetey PiranhaDry BowserKing Bob-OmbPiantaCranky KongBoom BoomPom Pom

Downloadable Characters
Surprise Pack MIPSWhittleAshleyHammer Bro.KritterPauline
Heroes Pack Baby WarioBaby Donkey KongTimer the TigerNeilRobotic Operating BuddyMr. Game & Watch
Villains Pack ShroobKoopa KidDimentioMouserMetal MarioAntasma
Koopalings Pack Ludwig von KoopaRoy KoopaWendy O. KoopaMorton Koopa Jr.Iggy KoopaLemmy KoopaLarry Koopa


Red ShellRed Shell TrioGreen ShellGreen Shell TrioBanana PeelBanana Peel TrioBlooperBob-OmbFire FlowerStarLightning BoltBullet BillBlue Spiny ShellMushroomMushroom TrioGolden MushroomPOW BlockRed BooWhimpFreezieBowser's ShellMega MushroomMini MushroomDash PepperPropeller MushroomYoshi EggFake Item BoxOil BarrelHeartSuper LeafTweesterBumperPotted Piranha PlantBoomerang Flower

Super Smash Bros. Zenith
Playable Characters Default BowserBubbles ★CharizardDiddy KongDonkey KongFox McCloudIce ClimbersIkeInkling ★King DededeKirbyLinkLip ★Little MacLopunny ★MarioMarthMega ManMeta KnightMii Fighter (Consisting: Mii Brawler • Mii Swordfighter • Mii Gunner)Mona ★Monita ★PalutenaPeachPitPikachuPikmin & OlimarRobinSamusSheikShulkSonicSpring Man ★Tibby ★Toad ★Toon LinkVillagerWarioWii Fit TrainerYoshiPrincess ZeldaZero Suit Samus
Unlockable Bowser Jr.Captain FalconCranky Kong ★Dark PitDixie Kong ★Dr. MarioDuck Hunt DuoFalco LombardiFiora ★GanondorfGreninjaJigglypuffKamek ★LucarioLucasLucinaLuigiMewtwoMr. Game & WatchNessPac-ManRayman ★R.O.B.Rosalina & LumaSceptile ★Starfy ★Stylist ★Vince ★Wolf O'Donnell
DLC Banjo & Kazooie ★BayonettaBomberman ★Chibi-Robo ★CloudCorrinLark ★Max Brass ★PichuRoyRyuShantae ★Shovel Knight ★SnakeSquid Sisters ★ (Consisting: CallieMarie)Wrecking Mario ★Yarn Kirby ★Young Link
Alternate Costumes Pikmin & Alph (for Olimar) • Daisy (for Peach) • Foreman Spike (for Wrecking Mario) • Koopalings (for Bowser Jr.) (Consisting: LarryRoyWendyIggyMortonLemmyLudwig)Off the Hook (for Squid Sisters) (Consisting: PearlMarina)Prince Fluff (for Yarn Kirby) • Toadette (for Toad)
Stages Default 3D LandArena FeroxBattlefieldClu Clu LandContest HallCrowded CavernElectrodromeEndless OceanFinal DestinationMangrove CoveMountain's FootMute CityPokémon PinballPyrosphereRhythm HeavenSaffron CitySaltspray RigShutterSmashville 2Stardust SpeedwayTempleTourianWarioWare, Inc.Wily Castle
Unlockable Bowser LandCerulean CaveExcitebikeFlat ZoneFlat Zone 3FichinaGlade of DreamsGyromiteHunting FieldsMeta CrystalOut of this DimensionPac-MazeStyle BoutiqueSubspace MazeTetrisUnova League
DLC MiiversePatch LandPokémon StadiumSplatfest PlazaWrecking Crew
Enemies Common GoombaMettaurOctotrooperPookaZubat
Uncommon Balloon Fighter EnemyBucket HeadEggroboLividstoneNinjaSlime
Rare BacuraSneaky Spirit
Other Fighting Mii TeamSmick
Bosses Burt the BashfulCrazy HandDraggadonMaster HandMetal FaceMetal MarioMetal SonicRayquazaRidleyWhispy Woods
Items Regular Assist TrophyBack ShieldBananaBarrelBeam SwordBeehiveBeetleBlast BoxBlue PunchBob-ombBombchuBoomerangBoss GalagaBullet BillBumperBunny HoodCapsuleCDChansey EggCracker LauncherCrateCuccoCustom PartDaybreakDeku NutDragoonDrillE-TankFairy BottleFanFire BarFire FlowerFranklin BadgeFoodFreezieGolden HammerGooey BombGrassGreen ShellGuard Spec.Gust BellowsHammerHeart ContainerHome-Run BatHotheadThunderboltLip's StickMaster BallMatryoshka DollMaxim TomatoMetal BoxMotion-Sensor BombMr. SaturnOran BerryParty BallPitfall SeedPoison MushroomPoké BallPOW BlockRay GunRocket BeltRocky HelmetRolling CrateSandbagScrew AttackShield BoxSitrus BerrySmart BombSmash BallSmash CoinSoccer BallSpecial FlagBlue Spiny ShellSpringStar RodSteel DiverSuper HornSuper LeafSuper MushroomSuper ScopeSuper StarSuperspicy CurryTimerTrophyUniraVanish BoxWarp StarX Bomb? Block
Poké Ball Pokémon AudinoBeedrill (M)ChanseyEspurrGardevoir (M)GothitelleGroudon (M)HoopaMagikarpMeowthMewPorygonPorygon2Porygon-ZSpewpaStunkyWobbuffet
Assists Ashley & RedBlaze the CatColor-TV Game 15DevilHammer Bro.Huffin' PuffinIsabelleKarate JoeKnuckle JoeMetroidMr. StevensonOctorokPokémon TrainerRikiStarmanWaluigiWhomp
Subpages of Interest List of Downloadable ContentList of MusicList of StampsList of TrophiesList of Unlockable Content
★ denotes a newcomer fighter. (M) denotes a Pokémon able to Mega Evolve or Primal Revert
Super Smash Bros. Switch
Playable Characters
Veterans Bowser · Bowser Jr. (Iggy · Larry · Lemmy · Ludwig · Morton · Roy · Wendy) · Captain Falcon · Charizard · Corrin · Dark Pit · Diddy Kong · Donkey Kong · Dr. Mario · Duck Hunt · Falco · Fox · Ganondorf · Greninja · Ice Climbers · Ike · Jigglypuff · King Dedede · Kirby · Link · Little Mac · Lucario · Lucas · Lucina · Luigi · Mario · Marth · Meta Knight · Mewtwo · Mr. Game & Watch · Ness · Palutena · Peach · Pikmin & Olimar · Pikachu · Pit · R.O.B. · Robin · Rosalina & Luma · Roy · Samus · Sheik · Shulk · Squirtle · Toon Link · Villager · Wario · Wolf · Wii Fit Trainer · Yoshi · Zelda · Zero Suit Samus · Mii Fighters
Newcomers Ashley · Baby Mario · Dark Matter · Decidueye · Dixie Kong · Elma · Inkling · King K. Rool · Magearna · Monita · Paper Mario · Purah · Ravio · Spring Man · Takamaru · Tap Trial Girl · Toad (Captain Toad · Toadette · Captain Toadette) · Waddle Dee · Yarn Yoshi · Zoda
Downloadable Celica · Krystal · Tethu · Tetra · Victini
Assist Characters
Characters Allen · Andross · Azura · Barbara · Birdo · Chain Chomp · Color TV-Game 15 · Daisy · Dark Samus · Daruk · Devil · Dillon · Dr. Kawashima · Dr. Wright · Ghirahim · Goku · Hades · Hammer Bro. · Honey Queen · Infantry & Tanks · Isaac · Jeff · Kamek · Kat & Ana · King Boo · Knuckle Joe · Isabelle · Lakitu & Spinies · Lin · Linkle · Lissa · Lyn · Magnus · Mallo · Metroid · Midna · Mipha · Mona · Mother Brain · Mr. Resetti · Nightmare · Nintendog · Phosphora · Poochy · Ray Mk III · Revali · Riki · Sablé Prince · Saki · Samurai Goroh · Sheriff · Skull Kid · Squawks · Starfy · Starman · Sylux · Tingle · Urban Champion · Urbosa · Waluigi
Pokémon Abomasnow · Abra · Arceus · Bellossom · Bewear · Bonsly · Bulbasaur · Chespin · Darkrai · Dedenne · Delibird · Deoxys · Eevee · Electabuzz · Electrode · Entei · Fennekin · Fletchling · Floette · Gardevoir · Genesect · Glalie · Goldeen · Heracross · Inkay · Kartana · Kyurem · Lampent · Leafeon · Lugia · Marshadow · Meloetta · Meowth · Metagross · Mew · Mimikyu · Nuzleaf · Oshawott · Palkia · Passimian · Popplio · Rattata · Snivy · Snorlax · Solgaleo · Spewpa · Staryu · Suicune · Swampert · Swirlix · Tapu Koko · Togepi · Turtonator · Umbreon · Weavile · Whirlipede · Wishiwashi · Wobbuffet · Zekrom · Zoroark
Smash Run Banzai Bill · Baron von Zeppelin · Bonkers · Bill Blaster · Bouncing Bullet Bill · Bronto Burt · Bulborb · Bullet Bill · Chain Chomp · Fire Chomp · Fly Guy · Ghost · Giant Goomba · Glice · Glire · Glunder · Goomba · Gordo · Hammer Bro. · Harry Hedgehog · Iridescent Glint Beetle · Koopa Paratroopa · Koopa Troopa · Kritter · Lakitu & Spinies · Lantern Ghost · Magikoopa · Mite · Mr. Frosty · Parasol Waddle Dee · Petey Piranha · Plasma Wisp · Pointy Tuck · Polar Bear · Poppant · Primid · Psycho Car · Roturret · Shotzo · Shy Guy · Solgaleo · Spike Top · Starman · Tac · Tiki Buzz · Tiki Goon · Waddle Dee · Waddle Doo
Stage Hazards 5-Volt · Arwing · Metal Face · Nep-Enut · Ridley · Snapjaw · Ultimate Chimera · Wolfen
Other Characters
Items Banana Fairy · Bob-omb · Bombchu · Boo · Bullet Bill · Cucco · Fairy · Freezie · Gyroid · Mr. Saturn · Unira
Shop Clerks Happy Mask Salesman · Mii · Rusty Slugger · Tom Nook
Others Blue Pikmin · Boomer · Chain Chomps · Chrom · Dunban · F.L.U.D.D. · Giga Mac · Gordo · Polari · Purple Pikmin · Red Pikmin · Riki · Timmy Nook · Toad · Tom Nook · Tommy Nook · White Pikmin · Wild Gunman · Winged Pikmin · Yellow Pikmin
Jake's Super Mario Kart
Playable Characters
Returning Characters Baby Daisy · Baby Luigi · Baby Mario · Baby Peach · Birdo · Bowser · Bowser Jr. · Cat Peach · Daisy · Diddy Kong · Donkey Kong · Donkey Kong Jr. · Dry Bones · Dry Bowser · Funky Kong · Honey Queen · Iggy Koopa · King Boo · Koopa Paratroopa · Koopa Troopa · Lakitu · Larry Koopa · Lemmy Koopa · Ludwig von Koopa · Luigi · Mario · Metal Mario · Morton Koopa Jr. · Peach · Peachette · Petey Piranha · Pink Gold Peach · Roy Koopa · Shy Guy · Tanooki Mario · Toad · Toadette · Wario · Wendy O. Koopa · Wiggler · Yoshi
New Characters Ashley · Azalea · Boom Boom · Broque Monsieur · Buzz · Captain Syrup · Captain Toad · Charlie · Cranky Kong · Dixie Kong · Don Bongo · Edison · E. Gadd · Ella · Fauster · Foreman Spike · Gene · Glydon · Grace · Greenie · Hammer Bro. · Hariet · Helen · Huffin' Puffin · Jimmy T. · King Bob-omb · King K. Rool · Kritter · Magikoopa · Mary O. · Midbus · Mona · Monty Mole · Nabbit · Neil · Noki · Onigiri · Onnanoko · Pak E. Derm · Pianta · Plum · Pom Pom · Rango · Ratigator · Rex · Robirdo · Spewart · Spike · Sprixie · The Chimp · Tiny · Toadsworth · Topper · Wart · Yarn Yoshi
Guest Characters Ayumi Tachibana · Barbara · Callie · Captain Falcon · K.K. Slider · Link · Marie · Pit · R.O.B. · Tom Nook · Zelda
Alternate Costumes Army Hammer Bro. · Boomerang Bro. · Fire Bro. · Fire Mario · Gold Mario · Ice Bro. · Ice Luigi · Kinopio-kun · Stone Spike · Toads · Yoshis