Controls

Super Smash Bros Brawl Walkthrough and Guide

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Super Smash Bros - Controls

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, there are 4 different controllers you can use, with infinite possibilities, as the controls for each is fully customizable. I’ll lay out the default controls below. But don’t worry about not having the same controls at a friend’s house. In the options menu, you can transfer your control settings to your Wii Remote and easily upload the data to your friends Wii.

Other options

I’ll start with this, as they can greatly impact your control set-up. 

Tap-jump:
When on, you can tap up on the control stick to jump. When off, you have to use the standard jump button to jump.Not available for the Wii Remote Only setting.

Default:
This will set the controls back to default for that controller.

To Test:
Press the button on the Wii Remote to go into a training-type mode allowing you to test your control scheme. (or press the START button when using the Gamecube Controller to enter test mode)

Save:
Obviously saves your new control scheme.

Shake Smash:
Only available for the Wii Remote Nunchuk setting. If this is on, you can quickly shake the Wii Remote in a  direction and your character will do a smash attack in
that same direction; similar to the C stick of the Gamecube controller. The accuracy of the motion sensing is debatable though.

 
Wii Remote


Wii Remote

D-Pad:

  Up: Jump (press in mid-air to double-jump)

  Left/right: Walk (double-tap to dash)

  Down: crouch

A: taunt

B: shield

-: grab (any direction on the D-pad to throw while grabbing)

A B: grab (any direction on the D-pad to throw while grabbing)

Attacks:

  Special: 1

  Standard: 2

  Smash: 1 2 and any direction of the D-pad simultaneously

  Strong: Any direction on the D-pad 2

 
Wii Remote Nunchuk


Wii Remote Nunchuk

Control Stick:

  Up: jump (press in mid-air to double-jump)

  Left/right: walk (double-tap to dash)

  Down: crouch

D-pad:

  Up: jump

  Left/right: grab (any direction on the D-pad to throw while

              grabbing)

  Down: shield (press and tap the control stick to dodge)

C: jump (press in mid-air to double-jump)

Z: shield (press and tap the control stick to dodge)

A B: grab (any direction on the D-pad to throw while grabbing)

1/2/1 2: taunt

 Attacks:

  Standard: A

  Special: B

  Strong: tilt controls stick A

  Smash: tap the control stick A

 
Classic Controller


Classic Controller

 Control Stick:

  Up: jump (press in mid-air to double-jump)

  Left/right: walk (double-tap to dash)

  Down: crouch

D-Pad: Every direction is a different taunt

L/R: shield (press and tap the control stick to dodge)

Z1/Z2 : grab (any direction on the control stick to throw while

        grabbing)

X/Y: jump (press in mid-air to double-jump)

 

Attacks:

  Special: B

  Standard: A

  Smash: tap the control stick A or C-stick

  Strong: Any direction on the control stick A

 
Gamecube Controller


Gamecube Controller

 Control stick:

  Up: jump (press in mid-air to double-jump)

  Left/right: walk (double-tap to dash)

  Down: crouch

D-pad: Every direction is a different taunt

L/R: shield (press and tap the control stick to dodge)

Z: grab (any direction on the control stick to throw while grabbing)

X/Y: jump (press in mid-air to double-jump)

 Attacks:

  Special: B

  Standard: A

  Smash: tap the control stick A or C-stick

  Strong: Any direction on the control stick A



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Guest
Added 6th Feb 2015, ID #512465

 
Thank you it was very helpful since I do not have the instruction manual.

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Added 20th Feb 2013, ID #256668

 
^ b




hello
hi

Guest
Added 16th Aug 2012, ID #176587

 
If you use the Wii remote and Nunchuck, how do you use a smash ball?

Guest
Added 20th Jun 2012, ID #154683

 
Dear Unreqistered Viewer,

just press b

Guest
Added 17th Feb 2012, ID #115857

 
I know it's probably b but what is a final smash on gamecube?

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Added 15th Oct 2011, ID #80532

 
thank you, this was helpful

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Added 31st Jul 2011, ID #62809