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. They recover about 1-5% of damage, though there are food capable of recovering about 10%.
On December 31, 2010, on the eve for Super Smash Flash 2 Demov0.7's release, developerJamal Ransawannounced a reskin for the main McLeodGaming website, even showcasing the new buttons the site would have carried. This never came into fruition and no other word of this announcement was spoken ever again, not even after the site actually got reskinned in March 3, 2016.
A Super Mario World Episode 2 and the original Super Smash Flash remain the only works created by McLeodGaming alone (not counting the co-developed Yeah Jam Fury) that were awarded in the Flash portal website, Newgrounds. A Super Mario World Episode 2 received a "Daily 3rd Place" award while Super Smash Flash received the "Frontpaged" and "Daily Feature" awards.