In Super Smash Flash
In the original Super Smash Flash, the congratulations screen is seen after clearing Classic, Adventure, or All-Star and is shown after the character chosen runs off-screen to the right. Unlike in official Super Smash Bros. titles, there is only one congratulations screen and it does not change depending on the character or mode played. It simply depicts the word "Congratulations!" with a large red text in front of a purple background, with no image accompanying it. Additionally, the announcer says "Congratulations!" when the screen appears.
In Super Smash Flash 2
In the reboot, Super Smash Flash 2, the congratulations screen is seen after clearing Classic. Similarly to how it appears in the official Super Smash Bros. titles, each character has a unique congratulations screen (except for Zelda and Sheik, who share the same screen) that depicts a screenshots of the character in gameplay, which is often humorous. Many congratulations screens are references to other games, and occasionally other media. Much like in the original SSF, the announcer normally says "Congratulations!" when the screen appears. However, when the mode is cleared with a very high score, the announcer will often say "Wow! Incredible!" instead.
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