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Adventure in Super Smash Flash.

Adventure, more commonly called Adventure mode, is a 1-P game mode in Super Smash Flash, along with Classic and All-Star modes. This mode is very similar to the aforementioned Classic, though it includes platforming segments between each of the fights. Also, in addition to Master Hand, the player will also have to face its left counterpart Crazy Hand at the culminating fight.

As with Classic, the player can set and raise the difficulty level for Adventure before starting, though this will only affect mainly the CPU opponents' behavior, as enemies will act the same no matter which difficulty was selected. Lower difficulties have mild opponents that will barely attack the player whereas high difficulties have more aggressive opponents towards the player. Master Hand and Crazy Hand's HP during the final fight also depends on the difficulty selected. There are five difficulty levels: Very Easy, Easy, Normal, Hard, and Very Hard.

Clearing Adventure with a specific character or under a specific difficulty will reward the player in a certain way if the conditions were met.

Though at one point Adventure mode was confirmed to re-appear in Super Smash Flash 2[1], there is very little information besides some outdated posts that appeared on early Smash Flash DOJO!!! pages before the latter closure and renovation.

In Super Smash Flash

Adventure in Super Smash Flash is essentially a clone of Classic, containing the same amount of levels, the same bonus rounds and a similar final boss fight. They differ in that Adventure poses side-scrolling levels not seen in Classic, in addition that one of the bonus rounds is harder than the one found in the latter.

Lv. Name Objective
1 Super Mario World The player has to reach the goal post while avoiding Flying Goombas and Koopa Troopas.
2 Peach's Castle In a 2 vs. 1 battle, the player has to defeat two Marios.
3 Floating Islands The player has to jump the platforms and reach the top door while avoiding Spear-Masks, Beezleys, Pearl Birds, and Mayu Birds.
4 Bonus stage 1:
Break the Targets
The player has to destroy all 8 targets.
5 Pokémon Stadium In a 3 vs. 1 battle, the player has to defeat the three Pokémon fighters: Pikachu, Jigglypuff and Mewtwo. After the player has defeated them, a giant Pokémon mini-boss battle will proceed.[2]
6 Bonus stage 2:
Race to the Finish!
The player has to reach the end of the level by jumping from platform on platform while avoiding Buzzers.
7 Hyrule Castle In a 3 vs. 1 battle, the player has to defeat Zelda/Sheik, Link and Young Link[3].
8 Final Destination The player has to defeat the final bosses Master Hand and, after depleting the former's HP to the half, Crazy Hand.


  • Blue: Complete Adventure with Blade on Normal difficulty or higher, then beat him in a match.
  • InuYasha: Complete Adventure without losing any lives, then beat him in a match.
  • Jigglypuff: Complete Adventure on any difficulty with any character, then beat it in a match.
  • Lloyd: Complete Adventure with any character after having one hour of total play time, then beat him in a match.
  • Luigi: Complete Adventure with Mario on Normal difficulty or higher, then beat him in a match.
  • Mewtwo: Complete Adventure mode with Pikachu and Jigglypuff on normal difficulty or higher, then beat it in a match.
  • Naruto: Complete Adventure with all 13 starter characters, then beat him in a match.
  • Shadow: Complete Adventure with Sonic, Tails and Knuckles on any difficulty, then beat him in a match.
  • Zero: Complete Adventure with Mega Man X on Normal difficulty or higher without using any continues, then beat him in a match.

In Super Smash Flash 2

Unknown.svg This section contains information of a formerly confirmed feature.

The original source that confirmed the subject has otherwise become obsolete, outdated or deprecated and has yet to be reconfirmed by an official modern source.

Mario series' mini-planet.

It was initially confirmed that Super Smash Flash 2, like Super Smash Flash, would include an Adventure game mode based on Super Smash Bros. Melee. According to the DOJO!!! update, each level or world is represented as a mini-planet themed with an associated SSF2-in game universe, such as a Mushroom Kingdom mini-planet from the Mario series, which would have served as the first level of Adventure. With that being said, this information is outdated, so it may not reflect what actually appears in the final game.

Lv. Name Objective
1 Mushroom Kingdom The player has to get past the three sections of the Mushroom Kingdom while avoiding or beating enemies such as Goombas or Koopa Troopas, beat the mini-boss Petey Piranha in the second section and finally reach the cannon that leads to the boss fight.
N/A Unnamed Kirby level A level based around on the Kirby settings is confirmed, most likely to be Dream Land; Waddle Dees and Bronto Burts appear as enemies. Any other information is unknown.
N/A Unnamed Mega Man level Representation of the classic Mega Man series is confirmed to appear. The only known detail is that the stage is castle-like and Dr. Wily will be this stage's boss.


Super Smash Flash 2


The unused Adventure button in Super Smash Flash 2.

  • At nine characters, Adventure is the game mode to offer the most unlockable characters to face and the most unlockable features in general out of any game mode in SSF.
  • In early versions of the SSF2 Demo, there were unused files in Super Smash Flash 2 pertaining to Adventure, including a button to start the mode (as seen on the right). These have been removed altogether, as of the Beta version.

Reference and notes

  1. Smash Flash DOJO!! – Adventure Mode
  2. Normally, the player will fight three Pikachu and then a giant Pikachu. When Jigglypuff is unlocked, a Pikachu in the first phase and the giant Pikachu on the second will be replaced by Jigglypuff. Finally, when Mewtwo is unlocked, another Pikachu and the giant Jigglypuff will be replaced by Mewtwo.
  3. Young Link will only appear if he has already been unlocked.

See also