- This article is about Dream Land's appearance in Super Smash Flash 2. For the Super Smash Flash incarnation, see Dream Land (Super Smash Flash).
Dream Land in Super Smash Flash 2.
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Dream Land is a sprited version of the stage with the same name from Super Smash Bros. and a more accurate recreation compared to its previous counterpart. A very basic stage, Dream Land's layout is similar to that of Battlefield comprised of a big hard platform and three hovering soft platforms. Whispy Woods, a recurring boss in the Kirby series, is in the middle of the stage, facing right. He blows toward one side of the stage inducing the push effect.
- The main music track is Gourmet Race, an upbeat remix of the theme that plays in the sub-game of the same name in Kirby Super Star.
- The alternate music track is Green Greens, a chiptune remix of the theme of the first level, Green Greens, in Kirby's Dream Land.
Dream Land is currently considered to be a counterpick stage. The layout of the stage is balanced enough, but the somewhat larger size and higher platforms make it slightly less balanced than Battlefield and Yoshi's Story, both of which are neutral stages. With that being said, Dream Land is a neutral stage in online tournaments due to the removal of Pokémon Colosseum.
As stated above, Dream Land is the generic term used for Kirby's homeland, paralleling Mario's Mushroom Kingdom or Link's Hyrule. Whispy Woods is a common boss and was the first boss of the entire Kirby series. A wind attack is used by Whispy Woods in the Kirby series; however, this attack consisted of air puffs that caused damage and did not push the player.
- This was the only stage to utilize exactly its sprite set from Super Smash Flash—and therefore its appearance (sans for Whispy's face)—during its original implementation in v0.4a. Other SSF stages, like Mushroom Kingdom II and Final Destination, could be spotted on very primitive purported Smash Flash DOJO!!! screenshots, but were otherwise never used.