The upcoming Super Smash Bros. 4 has been making some serious buzz on the internet, and hundreds of thousands, if not millions, are very much anticipating its release. If you?ve got a Wii, a Gamecube or a Nintendo 64, you can try to jump right into the action of Super Smash Bros. to see how great it is, but if you don?t own any of those, no need to worry as you still got Super Smash Flash.
There?s actually two of them right now. The first one was originally released in Newgrounds almost 8 years ago, while the sequel is in development, but already has a downloadable demo and a playable version of the demo online.
The site Newgrounds has been known for their user-submitted content in the form of Flash games, animations, music, etc., but before you jump into conclusion about Super Smash Flash being a VERY bad Flash adaptation of the great game on Nintendo?s consoles, you need to check it out first. Watch the video below.
The game plays and feels extremely similar to the original game on the Gamecube and Wii. It is only a stripped down version with ?2D graphics. It has different characters and stages that you would never see in a real Super Smash Bros. game, and the best thing about it is, it is for PC and is totally free.
It may not be as great as the real thing, but the game is pretty neat and plays out good too. It feels very close to its console counterparts that you?d think that it was the first game in the official series. Just like the real games, it has a variety of game modes and modifiers too, which you would want to see with any Smash game.
You can give the game a shot by going to their official site, or by downloading the game.