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Replay is a feature in Super Smash Flash 2 and the Yeah Jam Fury series that allows players to save and review previous gameplay moments.

In Super Smash Flash 2

Replays in Super Smash Flash 2 recap the entirety of a Group or Online match saved. To save a match replay, players have to end a match, and then a small button reading "save" will be seen at the results screen on the upper left corner. Clicking this button will cause another window to pop up, where players can save the replay data to their computer as a file with the name they want. Replays can then be viewed from the Vault menu by pressing the "Load Replay" button and opening the file. Due to gameplay differences between different updates, only replays from the revision of the game being used to view them can be loaded.

Replays are played back as raw gameplay and can be paused an exited out of like a regular match. Additionally, holding left or right will adjust the speed of the replay, holding the special input will stop the gameplay, and pressing the grab input while stopped will play the next frame.

In the Yeah Jam Fury series

Replays appear in both Yeah Jam Fury: U, Me, Everybody! and the Steam release of Yeah Jam Fury. They recap the player's fastest playthrough of a certain level. They are saved automatically after completing a level with a new personal time record, and unlike in SSF2, replays in these games are saved to the player's save files as opposed to being separate files. This also makes it so replays are overwritten by future replays where the level is beaten with a faster time. The saved replay can be viewed from the menu of the level in question.

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