All Food variants in Super Smash Flash 2.
|Universe||Super Smash Bros.|
|Appearance||Super Smash Flash 2|
|In-game description||Replenish damage when eaten.|
Food (たべもの) is a set of multiple recovering items hailing from multiple universes. They have first appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee and often spawn in groups, from Party Balls. Though they do not appear in the original Super Smash Flash, it does appear in the reboot, Super Smash Flash 2.
Food frequently appears on stages, and due to their small rate of healing its variants tend to have, they appear very commonly, usually spawned in great numbers after opening a Party Ball. Each variant recovers either 1%, 3%, 5%, 8%, or 10% damage.
Mr. Game & Watch has the ability to spawn food himself if he successfully connects a #7 with his side special move, Judge. A subtle difference between the food spawned by Mr. Game & Watch in SSF2 from the Super Smash Bros. games (aside the food no longer being restricted to be only an apple) is that for each character hit, a different piece of food will appear instead of only one. This means that if Mr. Game & Watch is able to strike all the opponents at once with his hammer, up to three different food variants will be spawned. This may proved to be an advantage and disadvantage at the same time for Mr. Game & Watch, as he may be able to collect all the dropped food after launching the opponents but also unaffected characters may be able to collect the food instead during Mr. Game & Watch's freeze frames.
Food may also be considered a stage element that appears outside the common item spawnage. Only three stages are able to dispense food in the game: Yoshi's Island (64), Yoshi's Story, and Smashville (coincidentally, all are past stages). These stages distribute food in a similar manner: it is carried towards the stage by something and characters have to attack the carrier so the food may be dropped and consumed. In Yoshi's Island (64) and Yoshi's Story, the food is carried by flying Propeller Shy Guys whereas in Smashville it is carried by floating balloons. Propeller Shy Guys usually come in great numbers, making the food droppage greater on average in comparison to Smashville's, where only a single balloon will appear at the time. Disabling food with the item switch removes the food from the carriers, who will still come to the stage, despite not carrying anything.
Delibird is also able drop food items via his move Present. Delibird indiscriminately launches food out of his tail sack, and all players are able to collect the goods, including the characters who had not released it. Similarly, Delibird's Rocket Bombs, which can be launched alongside food items, will harm any player who comes in contact with them, including Delibird's summoner.
List of food
The following is a list of all the food variants that can appear during matches, accompanied by a brief description and the damage value they recover.
|Apple||A red apple with a yellow bottom with a stem.||8%|
|Bananas||A bunch of four yellow bananas.||5%|
|Candy cane||A cane-shaped, red-striped hard candy.||3%|
|Carrot||A long orange carrot with a bright green stem.||5%|
|Cherries||A pair of cherries attached by a stem.||5%|
|Chocolate bar||A 2-by-8 patterned bar of dark chocolate.||3%|
|Coffee cup||A white cup on a saucer with black coffee inside.||5%|
|Doughnut||A pink-glazed fried doughnut with colored sprinkles.||3%|
|Dubious Food||A gross green and blue blurred substance on a plate with a bone sticking out.||1%|
|Egg||A white egg inside its shell.||5%|
|Eggplant||A purple aubergine.||8%|
|Fortune cookie||A folded crisp cookie with a "fortune" paper sticking out.||5%|
|French fries||A set of fried potatoes served in a gray cup emblazoned with the Super Smash Bros. symbol.||3%|
|Gigantamax Curry||A large serving of curry with sauce circling above it on a plate with a spoon.||10%|
|Grapes||A cluster of purple grapes.||8%|
|Hamburger||A sesame seed bun with lettuce, tomato, a beef patty, and cheese.||3%|
|Hot dog||A sausage on a bun with sauce and drizzled mustard.||3%|
|Ice cream||A wafer cone served with curled strawberry ice cream.||3%|
|Invincible Candy||A swirling white and red lollipop on a stick with a yellow star.||3%|
|Lon Lon Milk||A bottle filled with milk.||8%|
|Meat||A piece of broiled meat covering a thick bone.||5%|
|Meat Skewer||Three pieces of broiled meat served on a skewer.||10%|
|Mushroom||A dark brown shiitake mushroom cap with a light stem.||8%|
|Onigiri||A rice molded triangle held by a strip of seaweed.||5%|
|Orange||A round orange.||8%|
|Orange juice||A thick glass cup of orange juice with an orange slice and a red straw.||8%|
|Pancakes||A set of pancakes on a plate with butter and syrup dripping from the top.||10%|
|Peach||A round pink peach.||8%|
|Peanut||A peanut inside its shell.||5%|
|Pepper||A bulbous green pepper.||8%|
|Pie slice||A baked, pastry dough slice with a red filling.||5%|
|Pizza||A thin-crust pizza with various toppings with a separated slice.||10%|
|Pretzel||A large salted pretzel.||3%|
|Ramen||A noodle soup served with egg.||10%|
|Rare Candy||A candy wrapped in an M-patterned blue wrap.||5%|
|Red Potion||A round bottle of red potion with a cork in the top.||10%|
|Sausages||A pair of sausages drizzled with ketchup.||5%|
|Sea-salt ice cream||A frozen snack on a stick with a salty and sweetened flavor.||5%|
|Spinach Smoothie||A soft drink made of spinach in a glass cup with a clove of spinach.||10%|
|Steak||A slab of grilled steak on a plate.||10%|
|Strawberry||A single strawberry with a stem and leaves.||8%|
|Strawberry shortcake||A two-layered shortcake with whipped cream and a strawberry on the top.||3%|
|Sundae||A milkshake glass cup filled with vanilla ice cream, topped with chocolate syrup, whipped cream, a brown wafer and a cherry.||5%|
|Sushi||A nigiri-type, tamago sushi made with vinegared rice and topped with an omelette slice.||3%|
|Turkey||A whole roast turkey on a plate.||10%|
|Watermelon||A large watermelon on a stem.||8%|
|Watermelon slice||A half-slice of watermelon.||8%|
|Yoshi Cookie||A heart-shaped cookie with red icing.||3%|
Food as a healing object is a very common staple in video games. Games from the Yoshi and the Kirby series have a strong focus on food items, and being a gluttonous character is a trait of their respective protagonists. For instance, in Yoshi's Story, Yoshi has to eat a set of 30 fruits in order to complete a level, and eating fruit invariably heals Yoshi and replenishes his life meter. However, the concept of healing food in the Super Smash Bros. series, as well as SSF2, is more similar to how it is applied to the Kirby games. Beginning with Kirby Super Star, there is common food scattered across levels that acts a low-recovery item when Kirby eats it. Several food items are very similar between Kirby Super Star and SSF2 as direct result of this.
- As a small easter egg, some food variants are references to foods from other video game franchises. These include the Yoshi Cookie from Yoshi; the Red Potion, Lon Lon Milk, Meat Skewer, and Dubious Food from The Legend of Zelda; the Invincible Candy from Kirby; the Rare Candy and Gigantamax Curry from Pokémon; the Spinach Smoothie from Ring Fit Adventure; and sea-salt ice cream from KINGDOM HEARTS.
- The original Food artwork (seen above) that depicts Kirby collecting some food is actually a recolored image derived from the Gourmet Race preview on the file select screen for Kirby Super Star.