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Devil's Machine
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Devil's Machine in Super Smash Flash 2.
Universe EarthBound
Appearance Super Smash Flash 2
Home stage for Ness (Super Smash Flash 2)
Size Very large
Availability Unlockable
Unlock criteria Self-destruct three times with Ness's eleventh costume.
Music track(s)
  • Porky Means Business 2021
  • Deep Darkness
Tournament legality Banned

Devil's Machine (悪魔のマシン) is an unlockable stage in Super Smash Flash 2, initially teased in an unannounced stream on Halloween 2015. It is both the largest and widest stage in the game.



Devil's Machine is a long, flat, featureless stage. The machine itself is in the center, and Giygas surrounds the stage, but neither can be interacted with. It is the single widest stage in the game, stretching farther than the entire length of Temple.

List of dialogue

Giygas will regularly interject with the unsettling, atmospheric dialogue that he is known for. When each of these sentences ends, the screen flashes brightly.

  1. (You hear chanting in the distance.)
  2. (You think about how much you miss your dad.)
  3. (You think about how much you miss your mom.)
  4. (It feels like someone is praying for you.)
  5. (Something smells absolutely putrid.)
  6. (Something in your heart compelled you to sing a song... that you never heard before.)
  7. (You feel a soft breeze. It smells like sunflowers.)
  8. (You cannot grasp the true form of Giygas' attack!)
  9. (...????) (What did Giygas do?)
  10. AH...GRR... Ohhh...
  11. It's not right...not right...It's not right...not right...not right...
  12. (You remember something that you forgot.) (Wait, this isn't your memory...)
  13. I feel...g...o...o..d...
  14. Ness...Ness...Ness...Ness... It H...U...R...T...S.
  15. S...........T...........O.........P.............
  16. (You feel eyes locked on you...But there was no one there...)
  17. WOAH! ...Nothing happened.
  18. ...I'm....h...a...p...p...y...
  19. (You thought you heard someone say your name.)
  20. (You feel like crying!)
  21. ......GO......BACK......!
  22. AGH.....YARGHHH!!!
  23. (It got a little easier to see.)
  24. Friends...
  25. (You feel) ... (Strange.)


  • The main music track is Porky Means Business 2021, an intense synthetic remix of the theme that plays during the first phase of the final battle in EarthBound.
  • The alternate music track is Deep Darkness, a dramatic remix of the theme that plays inside the Deep Darkness area in EarthBound.

Tournament Legality

This stage is banned in competitive play. Though completely featureless, the stage's massive size and walk-off blast lines allow for camping and very early KOs when standing near a blast line, as well as very late KOs otherwise. The stage is thus disproportionately advantageous toward fast and projectile-heavy characters, as well as those with strong grab and throw games.


The Devil's Machine in EarthBound.

The Devil's Machine is the site of the final battle against Porky Minch and Giygas in EarthBound. Located in the Cave of the Past, Ness and his party have to sacrifice their lives in order to travel back in time in robot bodies and access it.

The machine both seals away and protects Giygas; attempting to attack it will rebound the attack on Ness' party with increased damage. It is destroyed after Porky is defeated and unleashes Giygas's full power.





  • According to developer, Steven, the reason for adding this stage was that it had a lot of the kind of unsettling ambience and individual personality in an environment that EarthBound is known for but the official games would be unwilling to show.
  • The stage is so large that it is roughly half the size of the notorious TEST stage hidden in the data of Super Smash Bros. Melee.
  • Former developer, James Hadden, has been quoted as being extremely proud of the text box code used in this stage as it had been programmed from scratch to support customizing the pauses when the text box writes out dialogue. Over 20 total hours were spent making sure that the pauses were the correct length and timing for the maximum discomfort.