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Polygon Zone
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Polygon Zone in Super Smash Flash 2.
Universe Super Smash Flash 2
Appearance Super Smash Flash 2
Size Small
Availability Starter
Music track(s)
  • Polygon Zone
  • Duel Zone
  • Break the Targets! (Melee Remix)
Tournament legality Banned

Polygon Zone is a starter stage in Super Smash Flash 2 that hails from the Super Smash Flash 2 universe.


Polygon Zone is similar in layout to Battlefield, consisting of a small hard platform with a smaller soft platform above it. It is the smallest stage in the game in terms of floor area.

Both platforms share the same color, which is initially blue and transitions between the spectral colors of the rainbow, from blue to green. The background's hue is always the opposite of the main stage's hue. The hues of the platforms and the background will flip when characters get KO'd.


  • The main music track is Polygon Zone, a techno jazz remix of the main theme of Super Smash Flash 2.
  • One of the alternate music tracks is Duel Zone, a synthetic remix of the theme that plays on the Duel Zone stage, also known as Battlefield, in Super Smash Bros..
  • The other alternate music track is Break the Targets! (Melee Remix), an upbeat chiptune remix of the theme that plays during Target Test and Home-Run Contest in Super Smash Bros. Melee. It also plays on character-specific Break the Targets levels in SSF2.

Tournament legality

This stage is banned due to its small size.




  • Early in its development, Polygon Zone simply consisted of a small white platform with a white background and was only intended for developers to play on. Its name and design were created after it was decided to publicly release the stage.
  • Polygon Zone is referred to as "tinystage" within the game's files.
  • Not counting removed stages, Polygon Zone is the sixty-fourth stage to be included in SSF2. This may be a reference to the original Super Smash Bros., which was released for the Nintendo 64, as the stage itself references the Fighting Polygon Team from the same game.