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Four of Luigi's, Waluigi's and Lucario's different costumes in Super Smash Flash 2.

Costumes, also known as palette swaps and color changes, are a feature in Super Smash Flash 2 and Yeah Jam Fury that allows characters to swap between different appearances with different sets of colors and outfits.

In Super Smash Flash 2

Every character in Super Smash Flash 2 will have 12 different costumes, including the default design, with the main purpose of distinguishing players that are using the same character or simply customizing the character to the player's preference. This is one of the many features carried over from the Super Smash Bros. games to Super Smash Flash 2 and, as such, was absent from the original Super Smash Flash.

The default sprites of each character in the game consist of separate color palettes for certain elements of that character's appearance, such as their clothes, skin, hair, or weapons. With costumes, these palettes are then separately recolored so that the new colors appear for the sprites in-game. Each costume consists of different colors and is normally meant to represent a specific color or style. This also includes "retro costumes", in which varying shades of colors are made the same in order to resemble sprites in 8-bit games.

Players can choose their costumes from the character selection screen. In Free for All matches, players can select any of the costumes their characters have available, and each one can be used by only one player at a time. In Team Battle, characters can only change color by changing teams (which only supports three colors: red, green and blue). If team members choose the same characters, the second will have a lighter tint applied to their character; a third member will have a darker tint.

In online matches, if two players select the same costume, the host is forced to use the default color while the other player keeps the color they have chosen. If both players pick the default color, the host uses the secondary color of the character.

List of costumes

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Below is a list of each character's costumes in SSF2, including their order, colors, and any source material the costumes are or may be based on. Costumes listed as 1 are the default costumes for their respective characters. Cells colored denote costumes available to  Red ,  Blue  and  Green  teams, respectively.

Bandana Dee

SSF2 Bandana Dee Costumes
1 Red Based on Bandana Waddle Dee's appearance since Kirby's Return to Dream Land.
2 Orange Resembles the lighter coloration regular Waddle Dees have.
3 Blue Resembles his blue "Player 3" costume from Kirby Star Allies.
4 Green Resembles his green "Player 3" costume from Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, but with a red bandana instead of a green one.
5 Yellow Resembles Key Dee from the Kirby series.
6 Magenta TBA
7 Pink Resembles Bronto Burt from the Kirby series. It also resembles the pink costume for Waddle Dee from Kirby Battle Royale.
8 White Loosely resembles his unused cyan "Player 5" costume from Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, but with reversed skin color and bandana colors.
9 Gray Resembles Halcandle Dee from Kirby's Return to Dream Land.
10 Gold Resembles Gold Waddle Dee from Kirby: Squeak Squad.
11 Black Resembles Shadow Dedede from Kirby: Triple Deluxe.
12 Orange Retro costume based on Waddle Dee's in-game sprites from Kirby's Adventure.

Black Mage

1 Blue Based on Black Mage's appearance in the original FINAL FANTASY.
2 White Based on the White Mage job class's appearance in FINAL FANTASY.
3 Red Based on the Red Mage job class's appearance in FINAL FANTASY.
4 Green Based on the Thief job class's appearance in FINAL FANTASY III.
5 Purple Based on the Monk job class's appearance in later releases of FINAL FANTASY.
6 Pink Based on the Devout job class from FINAL FANTASY III.
7 Orange Based on the Time Mage job class from FINAL FANTASY V.
8 Teal Based on the Geomancer job class from FINAL FANTASY V.
9 Yellow Based on the Chemist job class from FINAL FANTASY V.
10 Black Based on the Necromancer job class from FINAL FANTASY V.
11 Brown Based on the Tonberry, a recurring enemy in the FINAL FANTASY series.
12 Blue Retro costume based on Black Mage's in-game sprites from the FINAL FANTASY games for the NES.

Bomberman

SSF2 Bomberman Costumes
1 White Based on White Bomberman. It specifically takes his appearance from Bomberman Generation.
2 Black Based on Black Bomberman.[1]
3 Red Based on Red Bomberman.[1]
4 Blue Based on Blue Bomberman.[1]
5 Green Based on Green Bomberman.
6 Yellow Based on Yellow Bomberman.
7 Turquoise Based on Aqua Bomberman.
8 Pink Based on Pink Bomberman. It also resembles Pretty Bomber, a recurring character from the Bomberman franchise and, usually, a member of the antagonistic "Five Dastardly Bombers".
9 Orange Based on Orange Bomberman.
10 Gray Resembles Gray Bomber from the Bomberman B-Daman series.
11 Black Based on the Hudson Bee formerly used in Hudson Soft's logo.[1]
12 Light blue Retro costume based on Bomberman's in-game sprites from Bomberman II. The bombs are also based on their appearance in that game.

Bowser

SSF2 Bowser Costumes
1 Amber Based on Bowser's appearance as of Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels but taking his current art style as of Super Mario Sunshine.
2 Black Based on Bowser's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
3 Yellow Based on Bowser's third costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
4 Green Based on Bowser's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles his fourth alternate color in Mario Golf and his in-game sprites from Super Mario World.
5 Gray Based on Bowser's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Morton Koopa Jr.'s in-game sprites from Super Mario Bros. 3 and Super Mario World.
6 Orange Based on Meowser from Super Mario 3D World.
7 Red Based on Bowser's second filtered costume in Super Smash Flash 2 prior to Beta 1.2.
8 Blue Based on Bowser's fourth filtered costume in Super Smash Flash 2 prior to Beta 1.2.
9 Dark blue Based on Dark Bowser from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
10 White Based on Dry Bowser, a recurring form of Bowser in the Mario series.
11 Pink Based on Midbus from Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story.
12 Amber Retro costume based on Bowser's in-game sprites from Super Mario Bros. 3.[1]

Captain Falcon

1 Indigo Based on Captain Falcon's appearance in F-Zero GX.
2 Black Based on Captain Falcon's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee, which subsequently is based on his appearance in the Japanese commercial for F-Zero X. The Blue Falcon resembles its first alternate color in F-Zero GX.
3 Red Based on Captain Falcon's third costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee, which subsequently is based on Blood Falcon from the F-Zero series. The Blue Falcon resembles his vehicle, the Blood Hawk, as well as the Blue Falcon's third alternate color in F-Zero GX.
4 Green Based on Captain Falcon's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The Blue Falcon resembles the Wild Goose.
5 Pink Based on Captain Falcon's sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Jody Summer's appearance in F-Zero X. The Blue Falcon resembles her vehicle, the White Cat.
6 Yellow Based on Captain Falcon's seventh costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Dr. Stewart from the F-Zero series. The Blue Falcon resembles his vehicle, the Golden Fox.
7 Blue Based on Captain Falcon's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles his appearances in F-Zero and F-Zero: GP Legend. The Blue Falcon resembles its original appearance in F-Zero.
8 Cyan Based on Captain Falcon's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The Blue Falcon resembles the Mighty Hurricane.
9 White Based on Phoenix from F-Zero AX and F-Zero GX. The Blue Falcon resembles his vehicle, the Rainbow Phoenix.
10 Black Based on Black Shadow from the F-Zero series. The Blue Falcon resembles his vehicle, the Black Bull.
11 Orange Based on Samurai Goroh from the F-Zero series. The Blue Falcon resembles his vehicle, the Fire Stingray.
12 Purple Based on Baba's appearance in F-Zero GX. The Blue Falcon resembles his vehicle, the Iron Tiger.

Chibi-Robo

Currently, Chibi-Robo has only eight costumes consisting of filters. This will be changed in an upcoming version.

1 Gray Based on Chibi-Robo's appearance in the original Chibi-Robo!.
2 Red N/A
3 Green Resembles the Frog Suit from Chibi-Robo!.
4 Blue N/A
5 Gold Resembles Super Chibi-Robo from Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash.
6 Purple N/A
7 Brown
8 Black Resembles the Tao Suit colors from Chibi-Robo!.

Donkey Kong

Currently, Donkey Kong has only eight costumes consisting of filters. This will be changed in an upcoming version.

1 Brown Based on Donkey Kong's design as of Donkey Kong Country but using his current art style as of Mario Party 4.
2 Red Resembles Donkey Kong's original appearance in the arcade game Donkey Kong.
3 Green Loosely resembles one of Donkey Kong's alternate colors in Donkey Kong 64.
4 Blue Based on one of his costumes in Donkey Kong 64.
5 Light green Resembles King K. Rool from the Donkey Kong Country series.
6 Purple N/A
7 Pink Resembles Dixie Kong from the Donkey Kong Country series.
8 Black Resembles his monochrome design in the Game Boy game Donkey Kong.

Falco

Currently, Falco has only nine costumes consisting of filters. This will be changed in an upcoming version.

1 Blue A mix based on Falco's appearance in Star Fox: Assault and Star Fox Command.
2 Red Resembles Falco's attire in Star Fox Assault.
3 Green Resembles Leon Powalski from the Star Fox series.
4 Orange Resembles the colors of Falco's jumpsuit in Star Fox and Star Fox 64.
5 Yellow Resembles R.O.B. 64 from the Star Fox series.
6 Dark blue Resembles Falco's design in Star Fox 64.
7 Purple Resembles Katt Monroe from the Star Fox series.
8 Brown Resembles a real-life falcon.
9 Black Resembles "Dark Falco" in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Fox

Currently, Fox has only eight costumes consisting of filters. This will be changed in an upcoming version.

1 Brown A mix based on Fox's appearance in Star Fox: Assault and Star Fox Command.
2 Red Resembles a red fox.
3 Green Resembles Slippy Toad from the Star Fox series.
4 Blue Resembles Marcus McCloud from Star Fox Command.
5 Light green N/A
6 Light blue
7 Purple
8 Dark blue Based on Wolf O'Donnell from the Star Fox series.[2]

Goku

Currently, Goku has only nine costumes consisting of filters. This will be changed in an upcoming version.

1 Orange Based on Goku's appearance during the Androids arc and Buu arc from the manga Dragon Ball and the anime Dragon Ball Z.
2 Red N/A
3 Green Based on Tenshinhan from the manga and anime Dragon Ball.[2]
4 Blue Based on Future Trunks from the manga Dragon Ball and the anime Dragon Ball Z.[2]
5 Brown N/A
6 Turquoise
7 Purple Based on Piccolo from the manga Dragon Ball and the anime Dragon Ball Z.[2]
8 Pink N/A
9 Black Based on Goku Black from the manga and anime Dragon Ball Super.

Ichigo

SSF2 Ichigo Costumes
1 Black Based on Ichigo's appearance as his base Shinigami form in the manga and anime Bleach.
2 Red Based on Hiyori Sarugaki from Bleach.[1]
3 Green Based on Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck from Bleach.
4 Blue Based on Tōshirō Hitsugaya from Bleach.
5 Orange Based on Yoruichi Shihōin from Bleach.
6 Pink Based on Orihime Inoue from Bleach.
7 Brown Based on Kon's plushie form from Bleach, with the blue strap referencing the Quincy cross on the back of Kon's head.
8 White Based on Uryū Ishida from Bleach.
9 Red Based on Kenshin Himura from the manga and anime Rurouni Kenshin.
10 Purple Based on Cloud Strife from FINAL FANTASY VII.
11 Black Based on Ichigo's incomplete Fullbringer form from Bleach.
12 White Based on Zangetsu's spirit, also known as the Hollow within Ichigo, from Bleach.[1]

Isaac

SSF2 Isaac Costumes
1 Blue Based on Isaac's appearance in Golden Sun.
2 Purple Resembles Ivan from Golden Sun.
3 Yellow Resembles Garet from Golden Sun.
4 White Resembles Mia from Golden Sun.
5 Green Resembles Felix from Golden Sun.
6 Pink Resembles Jenna from Golden Sun.
7 Pale purple Resembles Sheba from Golden Sun: The Lost Age.
8 Light blue Based on Piers from Golden Sun: The Lost Age.[1]
9 Red Resembles Menardi from Golden Sun.
10 Dark green Resembles Isaac's appearance in Golden Sun: Dark Dawn.
11 Violet Resembles Isaac's eighth filtered costume in Super Smash Flash 2 prior to Beta 1.2. Also resembles Karis from Golden Sun: Dark Dawn.
12 Teal TBA

Jigglypuff

SSF2 Jigglypuff Costumes
1 Pink Based on Jigglypuff's classic appearance from Pokémon Red and Green before Generation III's updated design.
2 Red TBA
3 Blue
4 Green
5 Pink Based on Shiny Jigglypuff's current design as of Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire
6 Orange Based on Jigglypuff's in-game sprites from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire.
7 Pink Based on Drifloon, another Balloon Pokémon.
8 Yellow TBA
9 Pink Based on Jigglypuff's in-game sprites from Pokémon Crystal.
10 White TBA
11 Purple
12 White Retro costume based on Jigglypuff's in-game sprites from Pokémon Red and Blue.

Kirby

SSF2 Kirby Costumes
1 Pink Based on Kirby's current appearance as of Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land.
2 Yellow Based on Kirby's 2P costume in Super Smash Bros., which subsequently is based on "Keeby" from Kirby's Dream Course.
3 Blue Based on Kirby's 3P costume in Super Smash Bros., which subsequently is based on Ice Kirby's appearance in Kirby Super Star.
4 Red Based on Kirby's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee, which subsequently is based on Fire Kirby's appearance in Kirby Super Star.
5 Green Based on Kirby's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Green Kirby from the Kirby series.
6 White Based on Kirby's sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Kirby's monochrome appearance in Kirby's Dream Land.
7 Orange Based on Kirby's seventh costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Kirby's appearance after using Orange Spray Paint in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror.
8 Purple Based on Purple Kirby's appearance from Kirby Air Ride.
9 Brown Based on Brown Kirby from Kirby Air Ride.
10 Black Based on Kirby's appearance after using Carbon Spray Paint in Kirby & The Amazing Mirror.
11 Purple Based on Kirby's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Meta Knight without his mask.
12 Pink Retro costume based on Kirby's in-game sprites from Kirby's Adventure. His Hammer, Stone, and Final Cutter all resemble their respective sprites from this game as well.

Krystal

SSF2 Krystal Costumes
1 Pink Based on Krystal's initial appearance from Star Fox Command.
2 Blue Based on Krystal's appearance in Star Fox: Assault.[1]
3 Green Based on Fox McCloud.
4 Yellow Based on Lucy Hare from Star Fox Command.[1]
5 Dark green Based on Amanda from Star Fox Command.
6 Brown Based on Katt Monroe's appearance in Star Fox Command.
7 Cyan Based on Fay from Star Fox 2.
8 Purple Based on Miyu from Star Fox 2.
9 Red Based on the Demon Sniper Rifle from Star Fox: Assault.
10 Green N/A
11 Amber Loosely based on the Homing Launcher from Star Fox: Assault.
12 White Based on Panther Caroso's appearance in Star Fox: Assault.

Link

SSF2 Link Costumes
1 Green Based on Link's appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.
2 Red Based on Link's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently is based on the Goron Tunic from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
3 Blue Based on Link's third costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently is based on the Zora Tunic from The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
4 Purple Based on Link's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Purple Link from The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords.
5 Lavender Based on Link's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently is based on Link's tunic with the Blue Ring equipped in The Legend of Zelda.
6 Yellow Based on Link's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
7 Black Based on Link's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee, which subsequently is based on Dark Link's appearance in Zelda II: The Adventure of Link.
8 Orange Resembles Young Link's seventh costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
9 Cyan Based on Link's appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, with his Hero's Bow, Gale Boomerang, and Bombs being based on his Traveler's Bow, Boomerang, and Remote Bombs from that game.[3]
10 Green Based on Link's in-game sprites from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, with his Master Sword, Hero's Bow, Gale Boomerang, Bombs, and Clawshot are based on his Master Sword, Bow, Magical Boomerang, Bombs, and Hookshot from that game.
11 Black Based on Link's sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently is based on Dark Link and resembles the Interlopers from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. His Master Sword, Hero's Bow, Gale Boomerang, Bombs, and Clawshot are all darkened to match his color scheme.
12 Green Retro costume based on Link's in-game sprites from The Legend of Zelda and Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. His weapons' appearances match the retro scheme, and his bombs specifically resemble their appearance in The Legend of Zelda.

Lloyd

SSF2 Lloyd Costumes
1 Red Based on Lloyd's appearance in Tales of Symphonia.
2 White Resembles Lloyd's "Nobleman" costume from Tales of Symphonia.
3 Green Resembles Lloyd's "Arrgh, Me Hearties" costume from Tales of Symphonia.
4 Yellow Resembles Lloyd's "Beach Boy" costume from Tales of Symphonia.
5 Black Resembles Lloyd's "Unrivaled Blade" costume from Tales of Symphonia.
6 Blue Resembles Genis Sage from Tales of Symphonia.
7 Light purple Resembles Sheena Fujibayashi from Tales of Symphonia.
8 Purple Resembles Kratos Aurion from Tales of Symphonia.
9 Orange Resembles Raine Sage from Tales of Symphonia.
10 Pink Resembles Zelos Wilder from Tales of Symphonia.
11 Dark blue Resembles Emil Castagnier from Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World.
12 Cream Resembles Cress Albane from Tales of Phantasia. Also resembles Marta Lualdi from Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World.

Lucario

SSF2 Lucario Costumes
1 Blue Based on Lucario's appearance since its introduction in Pokémon Diamond and Pearl.
2 Red Resembles Lucario's alternate costume from Pokkén Tournament.
3 Green Based on Lucario's seventh costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
4 Orange N/A
5 Purple Based on Lucario's second costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
6 Magenta Based on Lucario's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
7 Teal Based on Lucario's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
8 Navy Based on Lucario's sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
9 Black N/A
10 White Based on Lucario's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
11 Brown Resembles Eevee, a Pokémon from Generation I of the Pokémon franchise.
12 Yellow Based on Shiny Lucario.[4]

Luffy

SSF2 Luffy Costumes
1 Red Based on Luffy's appearance after the timeskip from the manga and anime One Piece.
2 Yellow Based on Luffy's final outfit in the Marineford arc of One Piece.
3 Blue Based on Luffy's outfit in the Sabaody Archipelago arc of One Piece.
4 Scarlet Based on Luffy's outfit in the Enies Lobby arc of One Piece.
5 Black Based on both Luffy's final outfit in One Piece Film: Gold and Kung Fu Luffy from One Piece: Burning Blood.
6 Green Based on Roronoa Zoro from One Piece.
7 Purple Based on Nico Robin from One Piece.
8 Pink Resembles Donquixote Doflamingo from One Piece.
9 White Based on Luffy's outfit in the Whole Cake Island arc of One Piece.
10 Grey Based on "Red Haired" Shanks from One Piece.
11 Indigo TBA
12 Orange Based on Nightmare Luffy, a form of Luffy from the Thriller Bark arc of One Piece.

Luigi

SSF2 Luigi Costumes
1 Green Based on Luigi's appearance as of Super Mario Bros. 3 but taking his current art style as of Mario Party 4.
2 White Based on Fire Luigi.
3 Red Based on Luigi's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros., which is referred to by the original Super Smash Bros. website as "Strawberry Luigi".
4 Blue Based on Luigi's third costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee, which subsequently resembles Mario's appearance on the American box art for Mario Bros..
5 Orange Based on Luigi's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
6 Blue Based on Luigi's seventh costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
7 Yellow Based on Luigi's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
8 Brown Resembles Waluigi's alternate color scheme from Mario Tennis.
9 Dark blue A combination of Luigi's second and third alternate colors in Mario Golf, including his shirt from the third color and his overalls from the second color.
10 Purple Based on Waluigi.[5]
11 Black Based on Mr. L from Super Paper Mario.
12 Green Retro costume based on Luigi's in-game sprites from Super Mario Bros. 3. The Poltergust 5000 matches the retro color scheme.

Mario

SSF2 Mario Costumes

Changing Mario's costume will also change the color appearance of the Luma that appears during Mario Tornado.

1 Red Based on Mario's appearance as of Super Mario Bros. 3 but taking his current art style as of Luigi's Mansion and Super Mario Sunshine. Luma is based on Baby Luma from Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2.
2 White Based on Mario's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently is based on Fire Mario.[1] Luma is based on the Co-Star Luma from Super Mario Galaxy 2.
3 Blue Based on Mario's 4P costume in Super Smash Bros., which subsequently is based on his appearance in the arcade version of Mario Bros..[1] Luma is based on a blue Luma.
4 Yellow Based on Mario's 2P costume in Super Smash Bros., which subsequently is based on Wario.[1] Luma is based on a yellow Luma.
5 Black Based on Mario's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently is based on Foreman Spike from Wrecking Crew. Luma is based on Polari from Super Mario Galaxy.
6 Green Based on Mario's green team costume in Super Smash Bros., which subsequently resembles Mario's appearance on the Japanese box art for Wrecking Crew.[1] Luma is based on a green Luma.
7 Purple Based on Mario's sixth filtered costume in Super Smash Flash 2 prior to Beta 1.2. Luma is based on Lubba.
8 Pink Based on Mario's third costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, except with the shirt and overall colors of the outfit reversed. Luma is based on a red Luma.
9 Cyan Based on Mario's fourth alternate color in Mario Golf. Luma resembles a Cyan Luma.
10 Black Based on Bee Mario from Super Mario Galaxy.
11 Blue Based on Shadow Mario from Super Mario Sunshine.
12 Red Retro costume based on Mario's in-game sprites from Super Mario Bros. 3.[1] Luma resembles the Super Star's design from the same game, and Mario's Cape is also rendered in the retro style.

Marth

Currently, Marth has only eight costumes consisting of filters. This will be changed in an upcoming version.

1 Blue Based on Marth's appearance in Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem.
2 Red Resembles the "enemy" unit color in the Fire Emblem series.
3 Green Resembles the "other" unit color in the Fire Emblem series.
4 Light green N/A
5 Light blue Based on Marth's official artwork from Fire Emblem: Monshō no Nazo, with more vibrant colors.
6 Purple N/A
7 Black
8 White

Mega Man

SSF2 Mega Man Costumes
1 Blue Based on Mega Man's appearance in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which in turn is based on his appearance from the original Mega Man.
2 Red Based on Mega Man's second costume from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles his appearance when using Items 1, 2, & 3 in Mega Man 2 and Rush in every subsequent Mega Man game for the NES, as well as Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10.
3 Green Based on Mega Man's sixth costume from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles his appearance when using Slash Claw in Mega Man 7, Astro Crush in Mega Man 8, and Electric Shock in Mega Man V on Game Boy.
4 Gray Based on Mega Man's appearance when using Rolling Cutter in the original Mega Man, Bubble Lead in Mega Man 2, Dust Crusher in Mega Man 4, Wind Storm in Mega Man 6, Tengu Blade in Mega Man & Bass, and Wheel Cutter in Mega Man 10.
5 Purple Based on Mega Man's appearance when using Black Hole Bomb in Mega Man 9.
6 Cyan Based on Mega Man's appearance when using Jewel Satellite in Mega Man 9.
7 Orange Based on Mega Man's seventh costume from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles his appearance when using Fire Storm in the original Mega Man, Atomic Fire in Mega Man 2, Flame Blast in Mega Man 6, Flame Sword in Mega Man 8, Wave Burner in Mega Man & Bass, Magma Bazooka in Mega Man 9, and Solar Blaze in Mega Man 10.
8 Teal Based on Mega Man's appearance when using Tornado Hold in Mega Man 8.
9 Brown Based on Mega Man's fourth costume from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles his appearance when using Metal Blade in Mega Man 2, Ring Boomerang in Mega Man 4, and Silver Tomahawk in Mega Man 6.
10 Pink Based on Mega Man's appearance when using Wild Coil in Mega Man 7.
11 Yellow Based on Mega Man's appearance when using Laser Trident in Mega Man 9.[6] Also resembles Bad Box Art Mega Man, the rendition of Mega Man that appears on the North American box art for Mega Man.
12 Blue Retro costume based on Mega Man's in-game sprites from the Mega Man games for the NES, as well as Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10. Beat's appearance during Beat Call matches the retro color scheme, Crash Bomber resembles its appearance in Mega Man 2, and the drill that appears during Mega Man's forward aerial resembles the Drill Bomb in Mega Man 4.

Meta Knight

Currently, Meta Knight has only nine costumes consisting of filters. This will be changed in an upcoming version.

1 Blue Based on Meta Knight's redesign from Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
2 Red Resembles Meta Knight's red costume from Kirby Air Ride.
3 Green Resembles Meta Knight's green costume from Kirby Air Ride.
4 Olive N/A
5 White
6 Purple
7 Pink Based on Galacta Knight from the Kirby series.[2]
8 Black Resembles Meta Knight's appearance in Kirby's Adventure.
9 Light green N/A

Mr. Game & Watch

SSF2 Mr. Game & Watch Costumes
1 Black Based on the lit LCD cells from the Game & Watch units. His overall appearance is based on the generic Game & Watch-esque people from the games Fire and Parachute.
2 Red Based on Mr. Game & Watch's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee, which subsequently resembles the red monochrome display of the Virtual Boy.
3 Yellow TBA
4 Blue Based on Mr. Game & Watch's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
5 Teal Based on Mr. Game & Watch's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
6 Cyan Based on Mr. Game & Watch's sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles the backlit display of the Game Boy Light.
7 Green Based on the green monochrome display of the Game Boy.
8 White Based on Mr. Game & Watch's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles the monochromatic LCD screen of the Game & Watch games.
9 Orange TBA
10 Pink
11 Purple
12 Brown

Naruto

SSF2 Naruto Costumes
1 Orange Based on Naruto's appearance after the time skip from the manga Naruto and the beginning of the anime Naruto: Shippūden.
2 Red Based on Sakura Haruno's appearance as an adult from the manga and anime Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.
3 Green Based on Rock Lee's original appearance from the manga and anime Naruto.
4 Blue Based on Sasuke Uchiha's original appearance from the manga and anime Naruto.
5 Orange Based on Naruto's original appearance from the manga and anime Naruto.
6 Dark blue Based on Kakashi Hatake from from the manga and anime Naruto.
7 Gray Based on Kiba Inuzuka's original appearance from the manga and anime Naruto.
8 Black Based on Madara Uchiha from from the manga Naruto and the anime Naruto: Shippūden.
9 White Based on Hinata Hyūga's appearance after the time skip from the manga Naruto and the anime Naruto: Shippūden.
10 Pink Based on Boruto Uzumaki from the manga and anime Boruto: Naruto Next Generations.
11 Teal Based on Izuku "Deku" Midoriya from the manga and anime My Hero Academia.
12 Yellow Resembles Saitama's appearance with his wig from the manga and anime One-Punch Man.

Ness

SSF2 Ness Costumes
1 Red Based on Ness's appearance in EarthBound.
2 White Based on Ness's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Fuel from Mother 3.
3 Yellow Based on Ness's 2P costume in Super Smash Bros., which subsequently is based on the uniforms of the Hanshin Tigers, a Japanese baseball team.
4 Green Based on Ness's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
5 Blue Based on Ness's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles his younger self.
6 Black Based on Ness's sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, except without the sprite of Mr. Saturn on the front of his shirt.
7 Blue Resembles Lucas's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, except with a blue hat and blue shorts.
8 Red Based on Lucas's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, except with a purple hat.
9 Green Based on Lucas's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, except with a green hat.
10 Yellow Based on Lucas from Mother 3. His baseball bat is based on the stick that Lucas uses as a weapon, and Paula and Poo are based on Kumatora and Duster from the same game, respectively.
11 White Based on Ness's ghost form whenever he falls unconscious in EarthBound. Paula and Poo each resemble their own respective ghost forms from the same game.
12 Red Retro costume based on Ninten's in-game sprites from EarthBound Beginnings. Paula and Poo are based on Ana and Teddy from the same game, respectively.

PAC-MAN

SSF2 PAC-MAN Costumes
1 Yellow Based on PAC-MAN's cabinet artwork design since the original arcade game.
2 Red Based on Blinky from the PAC-MAN series.
3 Blue Based on Inky from the PAC-MAN series.
4 Pink Based on Pinky from the PAC-MAN series.
5 Orange Based on Clyde from the PAC-MAN series.
6 Green Based on Funky from the PAC-MAN series.
7 Gray Based on Spunky from the PAC-MAN series.
8 Purple Based on Sue from the PAC-MAN series.
9 Green Based on Orson from PAC-MAN WORLD and PAC-MAN WORLD 3.
10 Black Resembles the color scheme of the maze that appears in PAC-MAN.
11 Blue Based on the vulnerable form that ghosts take when PAC-MAN eats a Power Pellet in the PAC-MAN series.
12 Yellow Retro costume based on PAC-MAN's in-game sprites from PAC-LAND.

Peach

SSF2 Peach Costumes

Changing Peach's costume will also change the color appearance of the Toad that appears during her standard special move.

1 Pink Based on Peach's design as of Super Mario Bros. but taking her current art style as of Super Mario Sunshine. Toad is based on Red Toad.
2 Red Based on Pauline's appearance since Donkey Kong for the Game Boy. Toad resembles the colors of a Super Mushroom and Captain Toad's Small form from Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker.
3 Orange Based on Peach's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee, which subsequently is based on Princess Daisy's appearance in Mario Tennis and Mario Party 3. Toad resembles Blue Toad, similarly to how Daisy wields a Blue Toad for this move in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
4 Turquoise Based on Rosalina, a recurring character from the Mario series. Toad is based on the Mailtoad, a Purple Toad also debuting in Super Mario Galaxy.
5 Blue Based on Peach's fourth costume from Super Smash Bros. Brawl, except with her hair white. Toad resembles Blue Toad's Small form from Super Mario 3D World, or the colors of a Mini Mushroom.
6 Green Based on Koopeach, an unused form of Peach after getting captured by Bowser in Super Mario Odyssey, featured as concept art in the book The Art of Super Mario Odyssey.[1] Toad is based on Green Toad.
7 Yellow Based on Peach's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Toad is based on Yellow Toad.
8 White Resembles the wedding dress Peach wears in Super Mario Odyssey, with her crown resembling Tiara from the same game. Toad is based on Toadette from the Mario series.
9 Black Based on Peach's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. Toad is based on Toadsworth from the Mario series.
10 Brown Based on Tanooki Peach from Super Mario 3D World.[1] Toad is based on Tanooki Toad from the same game. Also referred to by developers as a Halloween-themed costume.[7]
11 Purple Based on the Shadow Queen's possessed Princess Peach form from Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.[1] Toad resembles a Shroob from Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time, and her Vegetables match the color scheme of her dress.
12 Pink Retro costume based on Peach's in-game sprites from Super Mario Bros. 2 and Super Mario Bros. 3. Her Toad and Vegetables are based on their in-game sprites from Super Mario Bros. 2.

Pichu

SSF2 Pichu Costumes
1 Yellow Based on Pichu's appearance since Pokémon Gold and Silver.
2 Red N/A
3 Blue Resembles Marill, a Pokémon from Generation II of the Pokémon franchise.
4 Green Resembles Electrike, a Pokémon from Generation III of the Pokémon franchise.
5 Pink N/A
6 Orange Based on Shiny Pichu.
7 Cyan Based on Shinx, a Pokémon from Generation IV of the Pokémon franchise.
8 Cream Based on Plusle, a Pokémon from Generation III of the Pokémon franchise.
9 Cream Based on Minun, a Pokémon from Generation III of the Pokémon franchise.
10 White Resembles White Pichu, an unused form of Pichu originally intended to appear in Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver.
11 Tan Based on Mimikyu, a Pokémon from Generation VII of the Pokémon franchise.
12 Yellow Retro costume based on Pichu's in-game sprites from Pokémon Gold and Silver.

Pikachu

SSF2 Pikachu Costumes
1 Yellow Based on Pikachu's appearance from Pokémon Red and Green before Generation III's updated design.
2 Orange Based on Raichu, the evolution of Pikachu and a Pokémon from Generation I of the Pokémon franchise.
3 Red Resembles Gorochu, a scrapped Pokémon from Generation I that was meant to be the evolution of Raichu.
4 Pink TBA
5 Blue Based on Marill, a Pokémon from Generation II of the Pokémon franchise.
6 White Based on Pachirisu, a Pokémon from Generation IV of the Pokémon franchise.
7 Gray Based on Togedemaru, a Pokémon from Generation VII of the Pokémon franchise.
8 Brown TBA
9 Green Based on the Substitute Doll that appears when using Substitute in the Pokémon franchise.
10 Dark blue Resembles the male variant of Meowstic, a Pokémon from Generation VI of the Pokémon franchise.
11 Gold Based on Shiny Pikachu.
12 White Retro costume based on Pikachu's in-game sprites from Pokémon Yellow.

Pit

SSF2 Pit Costumes
1 White Based on Pit's current appearance as of Kid Icarus: Uprising.
2 Yellow Based on Pit's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
3 Red Based on Pit's third costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Pit's chiton after obtaining the Gold Arrow and reaching Level 4 strength in Kid Icarus.
4 Green Based on Pit's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Pit's chiton after obtaining the Bronze Arrow and reaching Level 2 strength in Kid Icarus.
5 Blue Based on Pit's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Pit's chiton after obtaining the Sacred Arrow and reaching Level 5 strength in Kid Icarus.
6 Pink Based on Pit's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
7 Purple Based on Pit's seventh costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Pit's chiton after obtaining the Silver Arrow and reaching Level 3 strength in Kid Icarus.
8 Dark red Based on Dark Pit's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
9 Dark blue Based on Dark Pit's sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, except with green wings.
10 Pink Based on Viridi from Kid Icarus: Uprising, with Palutena's Bow being loosely based on Viridi's staff.
11 Black Based on Dark Pit from Kid Icarus: Uprising, with Palutena's Bow being based on Dark Pit's Silver Bow, the arrows being based on the ones Dark Pit uses in the Super Smash Bros. series, and his Upperdash Arm being based on the Electroshock Arm, which Dark Pit also uses in those games.
12 White Retro costume based on Pit's in-game sprites from Kid Icarus. The appearance of his Upperdash Arm, Palutena's Bow, and the Three Sacred Treasures follow this color scheme.

Rayman

SSF2 Rayman Costumes
1 Purple Based on Rayman's current appearance from Rayman Origins.
2 Green Based on Rayman's appearance when using the Vortex in Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc.
3 Red Based on Rayman's appearance when using the Heavy Metal Fist in Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc.
4 Blue Based on Rayman's appearance when using the LockJaw in Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc.
5 Orange Based on Rayman's appearance when using the Shock Rocket in Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc.
6 Yellow Based on Rayman's appearance when using the Throttle Copter in Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc.
7 Brown Based on Rayman's Punk costume in Rayman Raving Rabbids.
8 Yellow Based on Tarayzan from Rayman.
9 White Based on Ly the Fairy's appearance in the Japanese localization of Rayman 2: The Great Escape.
10 Gray Based on Bad Rayman from Rayman, as well as Raymesis from Rayman Origins. Bzzit is based on Moskito from Rayman.
11 Pink N/A
12 Purple Based on Ed from Tonic Trouble.

Ryu

SSF2 Ryu Costumes
1 White Based on Ryu's design since Street Fighter II.
2 Orange Based on Ryu's "Light Kick" color in Super Street Fighter II Turbo.
3 Cyan Based on Ryu's "Heavy Punch" color in Super Street Fighter II Turbo, with a blue headband instead of a white one.
4 Blue Based on Ryu's "Medium Kick" color in Super Street Fighter II Turbo.
5 Green TBA
6 Red Based on Ryu's fifth alternate costume from Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, which subsequently is based on Ken Masters from the Street Fighter series.[8]
7 Pink Based on Dan Hibiki from the Street Fighter series.[9]
8 Yellow Based on Ryu's "Heavy Kick" color in Super Street Fighter II Turbo.
9 Purple Based on Ryu's tenth color in Street Fighter V, with a purple headband instead of a brown one.
10 Black Based on Ryu's "Light Punch" color in Super Street Fighter II Turbo.
11 White Based on Ryu's appearance in Street Fighter.[10]
12 Dark purple Based on Evil Ryu from the Street Fighter series.[10]

Samus

SSF2 Samus Costumes
1 Orange Based on Samus's Varia Suit design from Metroid II: Return of Samus and Super Metroid.
2 Blue Based on Samus's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently is based on the Fusion Suit from Metroid Fusion.
3 Pink Based on Samus's 2P costume in Super Smash Bros., which subsequently resembles artwork of the Gravity Suit from Super Metroid.
4 Brown Based on Samus's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently is based on the Dark Suit from Metroid Prime 2: Echoes.
5 Purple Based on Samus's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently is based on the Gravity Suit's appearance in Metroid Prime.
6 Green Based on Samus's 4P costume in Super Smash Bros., which is referred to by the original Super Smash Bros. website as "mass-produced Samus", a reference to Mobile Suit Gundam.
7 White Based on Samus's seventh costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently is based on the Light Suit from Metroid Prime 2: Echoes.
8 Dark blue Based on Samus's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently is based on Dark Samus from the Metroid Prime games. Her bombs and missiles are also changed to match this color scheme, with the missiles becoming black and the bombs becoming black with light blue accents.
9 Black Based on Samus's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which subsequently resembles a Power Trooper from Metroid Prime.
10 Yellow Based on the Varia Suit's in-game sprites from Super Metroid.
11 Red N/A
12 Orange Retro costume based on Samus's in-game sprites from Metroid. Her bombs and missiles are also changed to match this color scheme.

Sandbag

SSF2 Sandbag Costumes
1 White Based on Sandbag's sole design since Super Smash Bros. Melee.
2 Red TBA
3 Blue
4 Green
5 Yellow
6 Orange
7 Pink
8 Purple
9 Tan
10 Brown
11 Gray
12 Black Negative color that resembles the Fighting Silhouette Team in Multi-Man Smash.

Sheik

Currently, Sheik has only nine costumes consisting of filters. This will be changed in an upcoming version.

1 Blue Based on Sheik's unused concept art design from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.
2 Red N/A
3 Green
4 Blue Resembles Sheik's appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
5 Pink N/A
6 Yellow
7 Purple
8 Black
9 White

Simon

SSF2 Simon Costumes
1 Black Based on Simon's appearance from Castlevania Chronicles.
2 White Based on Simon's appearance in Castlevania: Grimoire of Souls and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.[1]
3 Brown Based on Trevor Belmont from Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse.
4 Blue Based on Richter Belmont from Castlevania: Rondo of Blood.[1]
5 Red Based on Juste Belmont from Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance.
6 Brown Based on Julius Belmont's appearance in Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow.
7 White Based on Leon Belmont from Castlevania: Lament of Innocence.
8 Green Based on Sonia Belmont from Castlevania Legends.
9 Red Based on Simon's third alternate palette in DreamMix TV World Fighters.
10 Blue Based on Simon's second alternate palette in DreamMix TV World Fighters.
11 Gray Based on Simon's appearance in Castlevania Judgment.
12 Brown Retro costume based on Simon's in-game sprites from Castlevania.

Sonic

SSF2 Sonic Costumes
1 Blue Based on Sonic's current design as of Sonic Adventure.
2 Yellow Based on Miles "Tails" Prower.
3 Red Based on Knuckles the Echidna.
4 Pink Based on Amy Rose from the Sonic franchise.
5 Black Based on Shadow the Hedgehog.
6 White Based on Silver the Hedgehog.
7 Purple Based on Espio the Chameleon from the Sonic franchise.
8 Green Based on Jet the Hawk from the Sonic franchise.
9 Orange Based on Sticks the Badger from the Sonic Boom series.
10 Light blue Based on Classic Sonic from the Sonic franchise.
11 Brown Based on Sonic's original appearance in the 1991 promotional comic Sonic the Hedgehog.
12 Lavender Based on Sash Lilac from Freedom Planet.[11]

Sora

SSF2 Sora Costumes
1 Black Based on Sora's default appearance from KINGDOM HEARTS II.
2 Red Based on Sora's Valor Form from KINGDOM HEARTS II.[12]
3 Blue Based on Sora's Wisdom Form from KINGDOM HEARTS II.[12]
4 Yellow Based on Sora's Master Form from KINGDOM HEARTS II.[12]
5 White Based on Sora's Final Form from KINGDOM HEARTS II.[12]
6 Red Based on Sora's Limit Form from KINGDOM HEARTS II Final Mix and his default appearance in the original KINGDOM HEARTS.[12]
7 Dark blue Based on Sora's Anti Form from KINGDOM HEARTS II.[12]
8 Tan Based on Roxas's appearance in his Twilight Town attire in KINGDOM HEARTS II.[12]
9 Green Based on Goofy's appearance in his Knight outfit in the KINGDOM HEARTS series, with his Kingdom Key being based on the Kingdom Key D.[12]
10 Navy Based on Donald Duck's appearance in his Royal Magician outfit in the KINGDOM HEARTS series, with his Kingdom Key being based on the Kingdom Key D.[12]
11 Pink Based on Kairi's appearance in KINGDOM HEARTS II, with his Kingdom Key being based on Destiny's Embrace.[12]
12 Light blue Based on Riku's appearance in KINGDOM HEARTS II, with his Kingdom Key being based on Riku's Keyblade of heart.[12]

Tails

SSF2 Tails Costumes
1 Yellow Based on Tails's current design as of Sonic Adventure.
2 Blue Based on Sonic the Hedgehog.
3 Red Based on Doctor Eggman.
4 Cream Based on Cream the Rabbit from the Sonic franchise.
5 White Based on Rouge the Bat from the Sonic franchise.
6 Lavender Based on Blaze the Cat from the Sonic franchise.
7 Light blue Based on the Chao from the Sonic franchise.
8 Purple Based on Light Gaia, also known as Chip, from Sonic Unleashed.
9 Orange Based on Marine the Raccoon from Sonic Rush Adventure.
10 Green Based on Cosmo the Seedrian from the anime Sonic X.
11 Brown Based on Tails' appearance in the Archie Comics' Sonic the Hedgehog and the two animated shows Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog and Sonic the Hedgehog.
12 Black Based on Klonoa from the Klonoa series.

Waluigi

SSF2 Waluigi Costumes

Changing Waluigi's costume will also change the color appearance of the Piranha Plant that appears during his down special move.

1 Purple Based on Waluigi's appearance as of Mario Tennis but taking his current art style as of Mario Party 4. The Piranha Plant is based on the potted Piranha Plant's appearance from Super Mario 3D World.
2 White Based on the color schemes of Fire Mario and Fire Luigi with purple overalls to match Waluigi, referred to as "Fire Waluigi". The Piranha Plant is based on the Fire Piranha Plant's appearance in Super Mario 3D Land.
3 Red Resembles Luigi's 4P costume in Super Smash Bros., with the colors of his shirt and overalls switched. Also resembles Eggplant Man's appearance in Wrecking Crew. The Piranha Plant is based on its seventh costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
4 Green Resembles Luigi's second alternate color in Mario Golf. The Piranha Plant is based on its second costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which subsequently resembles its common in-game sprites from Super Mario Bros..
5 Blue Resembles Foreman Spike's appearance in Mobile Golf. The Piranha Plant is based on its eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which subsequently resembles its Underground in-game sprites from Super Mario Bros..
6 Yellow Based on Luigi's eighth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The Piranha Plant is based on its third costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
7 Orange The Piranha Plant is based on the Prickly Piranha Plant from Super Mario Galaxy 2.
8 Blue Resembles Luigi's third alternate color in Mario Golf. The Piranha Plant resembles the Frost Piranha's appearance in Super Paper Mario.
9 Gray The Piranha Plant is based on its sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which subsequently resembles the Bone Piranha Plant from New Super Mario Bros. 2.
10 Brown Resembles Waluigi's alternate color scheme from Mario Tennis. The Piranha Plant is based on its fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, which subsequently resembles the Inky Piranha Plant from Super Mario 3D Land.
11 Purple Based on Luigi's seventh costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The Piranha Plant is based on the Putrid Piranha's appearance in Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door.
12 Green Based on Luigi.[5] The Piranha Plant is based on the Pit Plant from Dry Dry Desert in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!.

Wario

SSF2 Wario Costumes
1 Yellow Based on Wario's short-sleeved design since Wario Land II but taking his current art style as of Mario Party 4.
2 White Based on the color schemes of Fire Mario and Fire Luigi with yellow overalls to match Wario, referred to as "Fire Wario".
3 Red Based on Mario, whom, unlike his second overalls costume in the Super Smash Bros. series, actually has blue overalls to further connect the reference, albeit the 'W' on his cap and gloves still remain orange.[1]
4 Blue Based on Wario's third overalls costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Mario's appearance on the Japanese box art for the NES version of Mario Bros..
5 Green Based on Wario's fourth overalls costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Mario's appearance on the Japanese box art for Wrecking Crew and Luigi's appearance on the arcade version of Mario Bros..[1]
6 Brown Based on Wario's fifth overalls costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Foreman Spike from Wrecking Crew.
7 White Based on Wario's sixth overalls costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.[1] Also referred to by developers as "Sailor Wario".
8 Navy Based on Wario's appearance in his biker uniform in the WarioWare series, as well as his default appearance in the Super Smash Bros. series.
9 Black Based on Wario's fifth biker costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
10 Orange Loosely based on Mario's original appearance in Donkey Kong in which the shirt and overall colors of Mario's current outfit are reversed, except with orange overalls and a purple shirt.
11 Gray Based on Clarence Lardbottom from the Flash game Clarence's Big Chance.
12 White Retro costume based on Wario's monochrome in-game sprites from Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins and Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3.

Yoshi

SSF2 Yoshi Costumes
1 Green Based on Yoshi's design as of Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island but taking his current art style as of Super Mario Sunshine.
2 Red Based on Red Yoshi.
3 Blue Based on Blue Yoshi.
4 Yellow Based on Yellow Yoshi.
5 Pink Based on Pink Yoshi.
6 Light blue Based on Light Blue Yoshi.
7 Orange Based on Orange Yoshi.
8 Purple Based on Purple Yoshi.
9 Brown Based on Brown Yoshi.
10 Black Based on Black Yoshi.
11 White Based on White Yoshi.
12 Magenta Based on Yoob from Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time.

Zelda

Currently, Zelda has only nine costumes consisting of filters. This will be changed in an upcoming version.

1 Purple Based on Zelda's design from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.
2 Red N/A
3 Green
4 Blue
5 Pink
6 Yellow
7 Purple Based on Zelda's appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, with more vibrant colors.
8 Black N/A
9 White

Zero Suit Samus

SSF2 Zero Suit Samus Costumes
1 Cyan Based on Zero Suit Samus's appearance since Metroid: Zero Mission.
2 Blue Based on Zero Suit Samus's second costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles the Zero Suit at the end of Metroid Prime 2: Echoes.
3 Red Based on Zero Suit Samus's third costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Samus's leotard at the end of Metroid.
4 Pink Based on Zero Suit Samus's third costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Samus's leotard at the end of Metroid.
5 Black Based on Zero Suit Samus's fourth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which subsequently resembles Samus's outfit at the end of Super Metroid.
6 Purple Based on Zero Suit Samus's fifth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
7 Green Based on Zero Suit Samus's sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
8 White Based on Zero Suit Samus's sixth costume in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, which subsequently resembles Samus's outfit from one of the endings of Metroid Fusion.
9 Yellow TBA
10 Orange Resembles Samus's Varia Suit.
11 Dark blue Based on Dark Samus from the Metroid Prime games.
12 Magenta Retro costume based on Samus's in-game sprites without her Power Suit from Metroid.

In Yeah Jam Fury

After clearing the final level of Yeah Jam Fury, China Shop, the player unlocks the ability to switch between two sets of costumes, referred to as threads, in the settings menu. The first set of threads is simply the characters' default clothes, whereas the second set has each character wearing a golden hat, a golden jacket, gray earmuffs, a white shirt, and black pants. In Style-themed and Desert-themed levels, their colors are unaffected. Much like in SSF2, these changes are purely cosmetic and do not affect gameplay.

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Trivia

Super Smash Flash 2 Colour Swaps Explanation

Super Smash Flash 2 Colour Swaps Explanation

An explanation video by Alex Knowles for how costumes in SSF2 were created prior to Beta 1.2.

  • The current method for creating costumes in SSF2 was discovered by developer Refurin in April 2019. Unlike other, more traditional methods of including costumes, this method only marginally increases the game's file size.
    • According to Refurin, this method had not been known or used in Flash before its implementation in SSF2.
  • Prior to Beta 1.2, before the current method for creating costumes was known, all costumes in SSF2 were simple tints and hues applied to the default design of the character. Many of these costumes have garnered strong controversy from the community due to their simple nature, causing them to appear unnatural and unappealing, and improved costumes were one of the most frequently requested features to be included.
    • Although costumes would be improved with updates to the game, former developer Alex Knowles released a video to his YouTube channel in 2015 to explain the process of making costumes and how the developers are only able to do so much with the limitations of Flash, as more complex costumes would likely require far more work and data to include.
    • With the release of Beta, most characters' effects were separated from the characters themselves in order to keep their colors consistent across costumes. However, with the updated costumes, this is no longer necessary.
  • In SSF2, costumes were first presented in v0.4a of the demo as basic tints ranging from red, green and blue, solely for the purpose of Team battles. This remained the same until v0.9a, which incorporated more complex color changes, replacing the old tints.
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Jigglypuff's and Pikachu's unused accessorized costumes.

  • It was initially planned for certain characters in Beta 1.0 of SSF2 to feature accessorized costumes in which they wear special accessories not normally visible for their default appearances. An image was also revealed showcasing a costume for Jigglypuff in which it wears a purple ribbon and a costume for Pikachu in which it wears a blue party hat. However, their inclusion was postponed due to technical issues during development, and it is currently unknown if these costumes are still planned for release.
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Yeanna, Jammi, and Furia, as they would have appeared as costumes in Yeah Jam Fury.

  • It was originally planned for Yeah Jam Fury to include additional unlockable costumes, including one that switches the main characters Yeah, Jam, and Fury to female counterparts Yeanna, Jammi, and Furia, respectively, with each having a unique voice. They were intended to be used in the Steam and Wii U release of the game before it was cancelled in favor of the follow-up, Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody!.
  • Although YJF only contains one set of traditional color changes and its follow-up contains none, the physical appearance of the three playable characters automatically changes in certain themes in both games.
  • Unlocking the costumes in YJF unlocks the Unlocked Cool Clothes! trochieval.

References

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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 SuperSmashFlash.com Accessed on February 16, 2020
  3. Reddit Accessed on March 9, 2020
  4. Twitter Accessed on September 6, 2019
  5. 5.0 5.1 Twitter Accessed on September 6, 2019
  6. Twitter Accessed on October 13, 2019
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  10. 10.0 10.1 Twitter Accessed on September 6, 2019
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