Super Smash Land!

It’s Friday! And what better way to spend your day than with a totally free, Gameboy-style remix of Nintendo’s classic brawler Super Smash Bros.

The game is called Super Smash Land, and is available as a free download (get it here). Created by a small group of programmers and sound designers, the game features six playable characters (Pikachu, Link, Kirby, and Mario, and 2 unlockable characters), remixed tracks and sound from the original game (available for download), as well as classic stages to do battle on. On top of that, the graphics are done in the classic olive-green of the original Gameboy screen.

The game features an arcade mode, and a versus mode, though sadly no online mode. However, your high scores can be sent to the leader boards displayed on the game’s website. It’s a simple, fun, game that shows how, with a little time and effort, people can create some truly fun and entertaining games. Download and play!


7 thoughts on “Super Smash Land!

  1. I am so definitely going to have to download that – shoot that may even make it into my Game of the Week this week. Would it be alright if I posted this as a Game of the Week soon? I run a gaming blog that holds a Game of the Week segment and typically I try to find games that are accessible to everyone – and Super Smash Land would be the icing so far on the preverbal gaming cake! Thanks for showing this off – because this is like all of my childhood rolled up into one glorious 8-bit game! 😀

  2. Hey Brendan,

    I’m having trouble with the download of SSL. I can download the file, but when I try to run the app I keep getting a screen that shows up Error Code 1. Did you have this same problem? and if so how did you bypass it? I want to do a review of SSL today for my blog, but I want to be able to play it first so I can see it’s degree of accessibility. Any suggestions or tips?

    I definitely wish this was made for Mac though… the process would be so much easier.

      1. I have a Mac, but I’m dual partitioned into a PC so I can run my Windows side too. I checked his forum page and he said if I got an error code it may be due to the fact that I have to unzip the files before they’ll run properly, but I love the game none the less and am going to post up a review about it now. I’m dropping credit to you guys for introducing it to me too, so thanks very much Power Cords. You guys rock!

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