Super Smash Bros. by GoopyLad is the 6th game in the Super Smash Bros. series, released in 2022 for the Nintendo Switch.


Super Smash Bros. by GoopyLad's gameplay is basically the same as Smash Bros. Ultimate, keeping the "Everyone is Here" theme, as well as gameplay mechanics like Spirits.

More info coming to this section soon.


Story Mode

Coming soon.

Classic Mode

Classic mode basically is the same as in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with each character getting a unique classic route based on the character.

For each character's Classic Mode route, see Super Smash Bros. by GoopyLad (Working Title)/Classic Mode.

By beating Classic Mode at 5.0 intensity or higher, each character can get an unlockable accessory for use in any mode outside of online modes. These can be all kinds of things, from simple appearance changes to completely changed moves.


Note: If I need to move this to a subpage to avoid problems with lists, please let me know and I will.

  • Mario (Mario)
    • Unlockable Accessory: Tanooki Suit
      • Allows Mario to float for a bit in midair, improving his recovery.
  • Donkey Kong (Donkey Kong)
    • Unlockable Accessory: Coconut Gun
      • Replacing Donkey Kong's Giant Punch, the Coconut Gun fires a coconut as a projectile.
  • Link (Zelda)
  • Samus (Metroid)
  • Dark Samus (Echo) (Metroid)
  • Yoshi (Yoshi)
    • Unlockable Accessory: Wings
      • Replacing Yoshi's Egg Toss, Yoshi sprouts a pair of wings and flies up a bit, before falling back down.
  • Kirby (Kirby)
    • Unlockable Accessory: Fire
      • Replacing Kirby's Inhale, Kirby spits Fire Breath which acts similar to Bowser's Fire Breath. He also always has the Fire Hat on, dealing fire damage if someone footstools him.
  • Shadow Kirby (Echo) (Kirby)
    • Unlockable Accessory: Sword
      • The Sword from the normal Sword ability replaces the Master ability's Sword. This makes Shadow Kirby faster and a tiny bit lighter, as well as reducing lag on attacks using the Sword, in exchange for making Sword Attacks deal less damage.
  • Fox (Star Fox)
  • Pikachu (Pokemon)
    • Unlockable Accessory: TM 23
      • TM 23, Thunder Punch, replaces Pikachu's Thunder Jolt. When using his Neutral Special now, Pikachu performs a paralyzing punch. It can be charged for more damage and longer paralysis.
  • Luigi (Mario)
  • Ness (Earthbound)
  • Captain Falcon (F-Zero)
  • Jigglypuff (Pokemon)
    • Unlockable Accessory: TM 59
      • TM 59, Dream Eater, replaces Jigglypuff's Rest. This move is a very weak burst of power that deals barely any damage or knockback. However, when an opponent is asleep, the move deals incredible damage, and heals Jigglypuff for half of the damage dealt.
  • Peach (Mario)
  • Daisy (Echo) (Mario)
  • Bowser (Mario)
  • Ice Climbers (Ice Climber)
  • Sheik (Zelda)
  • Zelda (Zelda)
  • Dr. Mario (Mario)
  • Pichu (Pokemon)
  • Falco (Star Fox)
  • Marth (Fire Emblem)
  • Lucina (Echo) (Fire Emblem)
  • Young Link (Zelda)
  • Ganondorf (Zelda)
  • Mewtwo (Pokemon)
  • Roy (Fire Emblem)
  • Chrom (Echo) (Fire Emblem)
  • Mr. Game & Watch (Game & Watch)
  • Meta Knight (Kirby)
  • Pit (Kid Icarus)
  • Dark Pit (Echo) (Kid Icarus)
  • Zero Suit Samus (Metroid)
  • Wario (Wario)
  • Snake (Metal Gear)
  • Ike (Fire Emblem)
  • Squirtle (Pokemon)
  • Ivysaur (Pokemon)
  • Charizard (Pokemon)
  • Diddy Kong (Donkey Kong)
  • Lucas (Earthbound)
  • Sonic (Sonic)
  • King Dedede (Kirby)
  • Olimar (Pikmin)
  • Alph (Echo) (Pikmin)
  • Lucario (Pokemon)
  • R.O.B. (R.O.B.)
  • Toon Link (Zelda)
  • Wolf (Star Fox)
  • Villager (Animal Crossing)
  • Mega Man (Mega Man)
  • Wii Fit Trainer (Wii Fit)
  • Rosalina & Luma (Mario)
  • Little Mac (Punch-Out)
  • Greninja (Pokemon)
  • Mii Brawler (Super Smash Bros.)
  • Mii Swordfighter (Super Smash Bros.)
  • Mii Gunner (Super Smash Bros.)
  • Mii Mage (Super Smash Bros.)
  • Palutena (Kid Icarus)
  • Pac-Man (PAC-MAN)
  • Robin (Fire Emblem)
  • Shulk (Xenoblade)
  • Bowser Jr. (Mario)
  • Duck Hunt (Duck Hunt)
  • Ryu (Street Fighter)
  • Ken (Echo) (Street Fighter)
  • Cloud (Final Fantasy)
  • Corrin (Fire Emblem)
  • Bayonetta (Bayonetta)
  • Inkling (Splatoon)
  • Octoling (Echo) (Splatoon)
  • Ridley (Metroid)
  • Simon (Castlevania)
  • Richter (Echo) (Castlevania)
  • King K. Rool (Donkey Kong)
  • Isabelle (Animal Crossing
  • Digby (Echo) (Animal Crossing)
  • Incineroar (Pokemon)
  • Piranha Plant (Mario)
  • Joker (Persona)
  • Paper Mario (Mario)
  • Bandana Waddle Dee (Kirby)
  • Hat Kid (A Hat in Time)
    • Unlockable Accessory: Mail Delivery Badge
      • Hat Kid uses this badge instead of the Scooter Badge for her Side Special. By pressing A while on the Scooter, you can throw damaging mail at opponents.
  • Bow Kid (Echo) (A Hat in Time)
    • Unlockable Accessory: Hover Badge
      • At any point in midair, by holding Up after you are out of jumps, Bow Kid can pull out her umbrella to slow her fall and can put it away by holding Down while it's out. She automatically pulls out her umbrella after her Up Special.
  • Susie (Deltarune)
    • Unlockable Accessory: Brave Ax
      • Severely increases Susie's attack, in exchange for increasing lag on her attacks. It also increases Susie's weight and decreases her speed.
  • Taranza (Kirby)
  • Bendy (Bendy)
  • Tetromino (Tetris)
  • Porky (Earthbound)
  • Ninten (Earthbound)
  • Geno (Mario)
  • The Three Mage Sisters (Kirby)

For reveal trailers, see Super Smash Bros. by GoopyLad (Working Title)/Trailers.


Free Pre-Order Bonus

Like in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, by preordering the game, you can get a free DLC fighter.

  • Magikarp (Pokemon)
    • Unlockable Accessory: Gyaradosite
      • Makes it so Magikarp always turns into Mega Gyarados during his Final Smash, and also buffs the FS' damage.

Fighter's Pass 1

  • Poochy (Yoshi)
  • ? (Pokemon)
  • Classic Sonic & Tails (Sonic)
  • Primid (Super Smash Bros.)
  • Banjo-Kazooie (Banjo-Kazooie)

Fighter's Pass 2

After the Fighter's Pass' release, a second one was announced to bring 3 DLC Characters instead of the 5 that the first one brought.

  • Cat (Battle Cats)
  • Cuphead (Cuphead)
  • Prince Fluff (Kirby)

The Final Fighter

Long after the second Fighter's Pass, when everyone thought it was over... One more thing was announced. One more fighter.

  • Monkey (Rhythm Heaven)


Most veterans retain their movesets from Smash Ultimate, and echoes are basically the same as their origin fighters.

For newcomer movesets, go to Super Smash Bros. by GoopyLad (Working Title)/Newcomer Movesets.

Veteran Changes

  • Villager is now based off of the New Leaf design.
  • Pokemon Trainer has been removed, and his three Pokemon have become individual fighters.
  • Kirby now has a new final smash, Star Allies Sparkler.
    • Kirby summons the Star Allies Sparkler with 3 random helpers and then dashes forward. If any opponents are hit, they are launched into a cinematic where Kirby & Friends unleash a barrage of attacks from the Sparkler, from running into the opponent to firing projectiles. Then, Kirby charges up a laser and launches it. In a flash of light, Kirby and the opponent return to the stage, with the opponent being launched away.
  • Mario's Side Special is now Cappy.
    • Mario throws Cappy forward. Cappy can grab opponents, and bring them back to Mario, basically behaving like a tether grab.
    • To go with this change, Cape is now Mario's Down Special, and F.L.U.D.D. is now a Shield Special.

More changes will be added in the future.


The items section is TBA.

Returning Items

For a list of assist trophies, see Super Smash Bros. by GoopyLad (Working Title)/Assist Trophies.

New Items


  • Shadow Kirby was originally going to be a unique fighter, but I decided it would make more sense if he was an echo. I still have his non-echo moveset saved.
  • If it wasn't for the "Everyone is Here" aspect, Lucina would have most likely been cut.
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