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Yoshi with different palette swaps in Super Smash Flash 2.

Palette swaps, also known as costumes 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 has at least eight different palette swaps, including the default design, with the main purpose of distinguishing players that are using the same character and used for personal 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.

Most palette swaps are simple tints and hues applied to the default design of the character, with each one meant to represent a separate color or style. However, certain characters also have palette swaps where they wear different kinds of clothing or accessories, such as hats and bows which often keep the trend of separate colors.

Players can choose their palette swaps from the character selection screen. In Free for All matches, players can select any of the palette swaps their characters have available, and each one can only be picked by a 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 palette swap, 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 palette swaps

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Most characters have slightly altered hues for their Team Battle costumes; unless the difference is significant, team colors won't be listed as an alternate color.

Bandana Dee

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Orange Default color. Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Yellow
Vanilla
Indigo
Violet Based on Milky Way Wishes variant for Waddle Dee
Pink Based on Kirby.
Black

Black Mage

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Blue Default color. Used for Blue Team.
Red Probably a reference to the Red Mage job in most FINAL FANTASY games. Used for Red Team.
Green Black Mages with green robes appear in Chocobo Dungeon's 2. It also loosely based on the Illusionist from FINAL FANTASY Tactics Advance. Used for Green Team.
Orange
Yellow Loosely based on Bangaa.
Jellyfish
Violet Loosely based on the Ninja from FINAL FANTASY Tactics Advance.
Rogue Pink Resembles Orko from He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.
Black
White Based on White Mage.

Bomberman

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Pink Default color.
Red Based on Red Bomberman. Used for Red Team.
Green Based on Bookworm Bomberman. Used for Green Team.
Blue Based on Blue Bomberman. Used for Blue Team.
Light Green Based on Green Bomberman.
Sky Blue Based on Aqua Bomberman.
Violet Red Based on Pink Bomberman.
Black Based on Black Bomberman.

Bowser

Bowser palette
Yellow Default color.
Red Resembles one of his alternate colors in Mario Golf. Used for Red Team.
Green Resembles his coloring in Super Mario World. Used for Green Team.
Blue Based on Blue Bowser from Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels. Also resembles Dark Bowser. Used for Blue Team.
Orange Resembles Giga Bowser.
Turquoise Resembles his official artwork in Super Mario Bros.
Violet Resembles his appearance when poisoned in Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars.
Grey Slightly resembles Black Bowser from Paper Mario: Color Splash.

Captain Falcon

CaptainFalcon palette
Blue Default color. Used for Blue Team.
Orange Based on Blood Falcon. Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Gold
Light Blue
Dark Blue The suit resembles his look when piloting the Super Falcon.
Plum
Pink

Chibi-Robo

Chibirobo palette
Grey Default color.
Red Used for Red Team.
Green Color scheme resembles the Frog Suit from Chibi-Robo! [1]. Used for Green Team.
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Gold Based on Super Chibi-Robo from Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash [2].
Purple
Brown
Black Loosely reminiscent of the Tao Suit colors from Chibi-Robo! <ref name="ChibiRef2> Tao Suit from Chibi-Robo!</ref>

Donkey Kong

DonkeyKong palette
Brown Default color.
Orange Resembles his original appearance in the arcade game Donkey Kong. Used for Red Team.
Green Loosely resembles one of the alternate colors in Donkey Kong 64. Also resembles the green palette he was displayed on the original Game Boy monochrome screen. Used for Green Team.
Blue Based on one of his costumes in Donkey Kong 64. Used for Blue Team.
Light Green Based on King K. Rool.
Purple Resembles BonziBuddy.
Pink Based on Dixie Kong.
Black Resembles his monochrome design in Donkey Kong (1994).

Falco

Falco Palettes
Blue Default color. Used for Blue Team.
Red Resembles his attire in Star Fox Assault. Used for Red Team.
Green Based on Leon Powalski. Used for Green Team.
Orange Resembles the colors of his jumpsuit in Star Fox and Star Fox 64.
Yellow Based on R.O.B. 64.
Blue Lagoon Resembles his design in Star Fox 64, albeit a bit greener.
Purple Based on Katt Monroe.
Brown Based on a real-life falcon.
Black Based on "Dark Falco" in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

Fox

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Brown Default color.
Red Based on a real-life red fox. Used for Red Team.
Green Based on Slippy Toad. Used for Green Team.
Blue His blue fur skin resembles that of Marcus McCloud, in one of the possible endings for Star Fox Command. Used for Blue Team.
Brass
Sea Green
Violet Colors loosely resemble Wolf's color scheme. The fur skin also resembles that of Katt Monroe's in Star Fox 64.
Grape Based on Wolf O'Donnell.

Goku

Goku palette
Orange Default color.
Red Resembles his coloration as a kid in the original Dragon Ball series. Used for Red Team.
Green Based on Tien. Used for Green Team.
Blue Based on Trunks. Used for Blue Team.
Ginger Brown
Dark Turquoise
Light Blue Based on his gi from the ending of Dragon Ball Z anime. Also, his style resembles Jackie Chan.
Purple Based on Piccolo's gi, which is shared with Son Gohan.
Bean Red

Ichigo

Ichigo palette
Black Default color.
Red Based on Ichigo's second color from Bleach: Dark Souls[3]. Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Blue Based on Ichigo's third color from Bleach: Dark Souls[3]. Used for Blue Team.
Brown Based on Ichigo's fifth color from Bleach: Dark Souls[3].
Teal Based on Ichigo's fourth color from Bleach: Dark Souls[3].
Dark Orchid Based on Ichigo's sixth color from Bleach: Dark Souls[3]. It is known by the community as Joker ichigo.
Grey Based on Hollow Ichigo. Also resembles Ichigo's eighth color from Bleach: Dark Souls[3].

Isaac

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Blue Default color. Used for Blue Team.
Red Based on Garet. Used for Red Team.
Green Based on Felix.
Brown
Light Green Used for Green Team.
Light Blue Based on Mia.
Dark Blue
Purple Based on Ivan.

Jigglypuff

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Pink Default color.
Red Resembles its in-game sprites from Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire onwards. Used for Red Team.
Green Resembles the colors of Gulpin. Used for Green Team.
Blue Resembles Marill. Used for Blue Team.
Peach Vaguely resembles Jigglypuff's coloration with certain costumes in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
Yellow
Turquoise Resembles Squirtle colors, red eyes included.
Purple Based on its shiny coloration.
Classic Based on GBC's color scheme.

Kirby

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Pink Default color.
Red Resembles Fire Kirby. Used for Red Team.
Green Resembles Plasma Kirby, with different colored feet. Used for Green Team. Also a costume used in Kirby Fighters Deluxe.
Blue Resembles Ice Kirby. Used for Blue Team.
Orange Based on the Orange Spray Paints from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror and Kirby Squeak Squad.
Yellow Based on Keeby. It also resembles Starlow from the Mario & Luigi RPG series.
Aquamarine
Grey Based on Kirby's monochrome colors from Kirby's Dream Land and the Chalk Spray Paints from Kirby & The Amazing Mirror and Kirby Squeak Squad.
Purple Based on Meta Knight, without his mask on. Also does not change the color of his eyes, mimicking a costume from Kirby Fighters Deluxe.
Light Yellow Resembles Beam Kirby.

Krystal

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Purple Default color.

Link

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Green Default color which is his The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess color scheme. Used for Green Team.
Red Resembles his colors in The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Used for Red Team.
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Light Green Based on his artwork in The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
Mahogany Loosly based on his artwork in The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.
Zombie Green
Black Based on Dark Link.
White
Peach

Lloyd

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Red Default color. Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Blue Loosely based on Kratos Aurion's color scheme from Tales of the World: Narikiri Dungeon 3. Used for Blue Team.
Orange
Yellow
Purple Based on Sheena Fujibayashi.
Brown
Black

Luffy

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Red Default color. Used for Red Team.
Green Based on Roronoa Zoro. Used for Green Team.
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Dark Orange
Brown
Dark Orchid
Black
Navy Blue

Luigi

Luigi palette
Green Default color which slightly resembles his color scheme in Super Smash Bros.. Used for Green Team.
Red Based on Mario. Used for Red Team.
Blue Based on Mario's color scheme in the artwork of the arcade game Mario Bros.. Used for Blue Team.
Ginger Brown
Cyan The cap and shirt resemble his colors in artwork from the Mario & Luigi games.
Bean Red Resembles his coloration in Wrecking Crew, where he looks pinkish.
Granite
Maroon

Mario

Mario palette
Red Default color. Used for Red Team
Green Based on player two from Super Mario Advance series. Used for Green Team.
Blue Based on Stanley from Donkey Kong 3. It also based on player three from Super Mario Advance series. Used for Blue Team.
Light Green Based on his appearance on official Mario titles, mainly from the NES, with more vibrant colors. It also loosely resembles Wario's color scheme.
Turquoise Based on Ice Mario.
Purple Based on Waluigi, as well as Mario's costume when both the L Emblem and W Emblem badges are equipped in Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door.
Brown Loosely resembles Waluigi's alternate color in Mario Tennis. Most likely based on Mario's brown alternate color in the Super Smash Bros. series.
Black Based as a referee from Tennis for NES.

Marth

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Blue Default color. Used for Blue Team.
Red Probably based on the "enemy" unit color in Fire Emblem games. Used for Red Team.
Green Probably based on the "other" unit color in Fire Emblem games. Used for Green Team.
Venom Green
Light Blue Based on his official artwork from Fire Emblem: Monshō no Nazo, with more vibrant colors.
Dark Orchid
Black
White

Mega Man

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Blue Default color. Used for Blue Team.
Red Based on Proto Man. It also Loosely resembles Rush color scheme and Quick Boomerang palette from Mega Man 2. Used for Red Team.
Green Resembles Hyper Bomb palette from the first Mega Man and more closely Chill Spike from Mega Man 10. Used for Green Team.
Orange Resembles Crash Bomb palette.
Golden Brown Resembles Super Arm palette.
Green Apple Based on Quint from the Mega Man Game Boy games.
Light Blue Resembles Air Shooter palette.
Purple Resembles Black Hole Bomb palette.
Pink
Black Based on Bass.

Meta Knight

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Blue Default color. Used for Blue Team.
Red Based on a costume from Kirby Air Ride. Used for Red Team.
Green Based on a costume from Kirby Air Ride. Used for Green Team.
Olive
Columbia Blue
Dark Orchid Resembles Sword Knight.
Pink Based on Galacta Knight.
Black Based on his colors in the artwork of Kirby's Adventure.
Avocado Green

Mr. Game & Watch

G&amp;W Palettes
Black Default color.
Dark Red Reminiscent of characters and objects as depicted on the Virtual Boy.
Orange
Yellow
Light Green Reminiscent of the color of shiny objects in the original Game Boy.
Green Reminiscent of the color of dark objects in the original Game Boy.
Teal
Cyan Reminiscent of the backlit display of the Game Boy Light.
Blue
Purple
Pink
Maroon Based on Mr. Game & Watch's red costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Dark Blue Based on Mr. Game & Watch's blue costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Dark Green Based on Mr. Game & Watch's green costume in Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Brown
White An inverse of his colors.
Grey Reminiscent of unlit Game & Watch LCD cells.
Red (2) Used for Red Team. Can only be used in Team Battles.
Green (2) Used for Green Team. Can only be used in Team Battles.
Blue (2) Used for Blue Team. Can only be used in Team Battles.

Naruto

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Orange Default color.
Red Based on Gaara. Loosely resembles his Sannin Mode. Used for Red Team.
Green Based on Rock Lee. Used for Green Team.
Blue Based on Sasuke Uchiha from the original Naruto series. Used for Blue Team.
Chartreuse
Light Aquamarine
Pink Based on Sakura Haruno.
Coral
Grey

Ness

Ness palette
Red Default color. Used for Red Team
Green Resembles his green and orange color scheme used in the official Super Smash Bros. games for his green costume. Used for Green Team.
Blue Slightly resembles his younger self encountered in Magicant. Used for Blue Team.
Orange The cap resembles the colors of the Flying Men.
Teal His skin tone resembles Porky's in EarthBound.
Purple Resembles his coloration on the Devil's Machine.
Violet Resembles his more vibrant colors in EarthBound.
Black Resembles the color scheme of the Runaway Five.
Translucent Based on Ness' ghost sprite whenever he falls unconscious in EarthBound Unconscious status ailment in EarthBound.

PAC-MAN

Pacman palette2
Yellow Default color.
Red Based on Blinky. Used for Red Team.
Pink Based on Pinky.
Cyan Based on Inky.
Orange Based on Clyde.
Blue Based on the vulnerable ghosts in most PAC-MAN games when PAC-MAN eats a power pellet. Used for Blue Team.
Green Based on Funky. Used for Green Team.
Purple Based on Sue.

Peach

Peach palette
Pink Default color.
Red Loosely resembles Pauline's color scheme from the arcade game Donkey Kong. Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Blue Loosely resembles Daisy's color scheme from NES Open Tournament Golf. Used for Blue Team.
Orange Dress resembles Daisy's.
Purple
Grey Based on her wedding dress in Super Paper Mario.
Dark Magenta Resembles the Shadow Queen from Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door.
Pink Gold Based on Pink Gold Peach from Mario Kart 8.

Pichu

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Yellow Default color.
Red Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Candy
Saffron
Cyan
Classic Based on GBC's color scheme.

Pikachu

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Yellow Default color.
Red Used for Red Team.
Lime Used for Green Team.
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Dark Orange Based on shiny variant. It also based on Raichu.
Purple
Pink Based on the Ditto variant for Pikachu, presented on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Maroon Based on the Shadow Pokémon encountered on Pokémon Colosseum and Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness
Black Very loosely based on his color scheme in the first Pokémon game for the Game Boy.
Classic Based on GBC's color scheme.

Pit

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White Default color.
Red Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Purple Used for Blue Team.
Yellow
Blue
Pink
Viola Purple Based on Dark Pit's outfit

Rayman

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Purple Default color.
Red Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Blue Used for Blue Team.

Samus

Samus Palette swaps
Orange Default color.
Dark Red Used for Red Team.
Green Resembles Master Chief from Halo series. Used for Green Team.
Dark Blue Based on Dark Samus.
Yellow Based on the Power Suit color scheme from Super Metroid.
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Purple Loosely resembles the Gravity Suit color scheme.
Violet Red Based on the Varia Suit color scheme when selecting missiles in the original Metroid for NES.
Brown Loosely resembles the Dark Suit color scheme.
Silver Loosely resembles the Light Suit color scheme. Also could be based on Samus' color scheme in Metroid II: Return of Samus.

Sandbag

Sandbag palette
White Default color.
Red Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Yellow
Grey
Pink
Brown
Black Loosely based on the silhouette enemies on Classic mode.

Sheik

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Blue Default color.
White
Black
Purple
Light Salmon
Light Blue Based on her appearance in The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Used for Blue Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Red Used for Red Team.

Simon

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Red Default color. Used for Red Team.

Sonic

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Blue Default color. Used for Blue Team.
Red Based on Knuckles the Echidna and a fan character, Blade the Hedgehog. Used for Red Team.
Green Onion Based on Manic the Hedgehog; loosely resembles Scourge the Hedgehog from the comic series. Used for Green Team.
Columbia Blue Based on Classic Sonic.
Fuchsia Based on Fang the Sniper.
Hot Pink Based on Sonia the Hedgehog.
Dark Blue Based on Dark Sonic from the anime series, Sonic X - Episode 67: Teasing Time.
Black Based on Shadow the Hedgehog.

Sora

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Grey Default color.
Red Used for Red Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Yellow
Magenta
Lavender
Dark Blue Based on Anti-Form Sora.

Tails

Tails palette
Orange Default color.
Red Based on a real-life red fox. Used for Red Team.
Green Based on Cosmo the Seedrian. Used for Green Team.
Blue Based on Sonic the Hedgehog. Used for Blue Team.
Yellow Possibly based on his Super Tails scheme.
Light Green Based on Jet the Hawk.
Cyan Based on Chaos from Sonic Adventure.
Light Blue Resembles Milky from the Jewelpet series.
Purple Based on Blaze the Cat.
Fuchsia Based on Espio the Chameleon.
Dark Orange Based on Tails Doll from Sonic R.
Wood Resembles his coloration in The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon and Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon.
White Resembles his coloration when cloned in Sonic the Fighters.
Gray Resembles Klonoa from the Klonoa series.

Waluigi

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Purple Default color.

Wario

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Yellow Default color.
Red Used for Red Team.
Green Loosely resembles Zombie Wario's sprite in Wario Land 4. Used for Green Team.
Blue Loosely based on Mario's appearance in the Japanese art for Mario Bros. Used for Blue Team.
Orange Loosely based on his color scheme in Virtual Boy Wario Land for the Virtual Boy.
Brown
White Resembles Mario's appearance when he picks up a Fire Flower.
Light Jade Based on his color scheme in Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 for the Game Boy.

Yoshi

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Green Default color. Used for Green Team.
Red Based on a Red Yoshi. Used for Red Team.
Blue Based on a Blue Yoshi. Used for Blue team.
Orange Based on an Orange Yoshi.
Yellow Based on a Yellow Yoshi.
Light Sea Green Based on a Light Blue Yoshi.
Light Blue Based on a Light Blue Yoshi.
Violet Based on a Purple Yoshi.
Pink Based on a Pink Yoshi.
Black Based on a Black Yoshi.
Gray Loosely resembles a White Yoshi.
Brown Based on a Brown Yoshi.

Zelda

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Purple Default color.
White Loosely resembles her field sprite from The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. Also resembles Spirit Zelda from The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks.
Black Resembles Zelda's clone in the DIC entertainment The Legend of Zelda cartoon.
Magenta Based on her appearance on The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, with more vibrant colors.
Yellow
Blue Used for Blue Team.
Green Used for Green Team.
Red Used for Red Team.

Zero Suit Samus

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Cyan Default color.
Orange Suit resembles Samus' Varia Suit's color. Used for Red Team.
Lime Used for Green Team.
Dark Blue Used for Blue Team.
Gold
Pink
Black
Gray

In Yeah Jam Fury

After clearing the final level of Yeah Jam Fury, China Shop, the player unlocks the option to change the color palettes of each playable character. When activated, each character will be wearing a golden turbian, a golden jacket, green earmuffs, a white shirt, and black pants. In Style-themed and Desert-themed levels, their palettes are unaffected. Much like in SSF2, these changes are purely cosmetic and do not affect gameplay.

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Super Smash Flash 2

Trivia

Super Smash Flash 2 Colour Swaps Explanation

Super Smash Flash 2 Colour Swaps Explanation

An explanation video by Alex Tid Knowles.

  • Many of the palette swaps in SSF2 have garnered strong controversy from the community due to their simple nature of being hues and tints applied to the characters' sprites, causing them to appear unnatural and unappealing.
    • Although palette swaps would be improved with updates to the game, former developer Alex Tid Knowles released a video to his YouTube channel in 2015 to explain the process of making palette swaps and how the developers are only able to do so much with the limitations of Flash, as more complex palette swaps would require far more data.
  • Mr. Game & Watch currently has the most palette swaps of any character in SSF2, with 20 in total.
  • In SSF2, palette swaps were first presented in v0.4a of the demo as simple 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.
  • Selecting Zelda and Sheik in the same match in SSF2 can result in them both using the same palette swap, simply by selecting them on the character selection screen. Then, by using Transform, there can be two identical Zeldas or Sheiks in the same match.
Yeanna Jammi Furia

Yeanna, Jammi, and Furia, as they would have appeared as palette swaps in Yeah Jam Fury.

  • It was originally planned for Yeah Jam Fury to include additional unlockable palette swaps, 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 palette swaps and its follow-up contains none, the physical appearance of the three playable characters automatically changes in certain themes in both games.
  • Unlocking the palette swaps in YJF unlocks the Unlocked Cool Clothes! trochieval.

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