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This option gives players access to their trophy collection, soundtrack, replays, tips and gameplay record.


This option allows players to view the trophies they collected, and view some basic information about each trophy. They can also access the Trophy Shop where they can get new trophies in exchange for gold. Finally, there's a Trophy Rush mini-game where players pay for the time where putting in more gold will them to play the mini-game longer. This mini-game is fastest way to earn multiple trophies per round.


The gallery showcases all the trophies you have collected. You can check them individually, inspect the trophy themselves and read their individual profiles.


This option gives you a general view of your collection.


You can use in-game gold or play coins to buy new trophies. The inventory refreshes quite frequently, usually after purchasing all trophies or completing a session of Smash, Smash Run, and Trophy Rush. Trophies marked as "Got it!" means that you have already earned that trophy.

Trophy Rush

You'll be given a limited amount of time to smash blocks to win prizes and trophies. You have to option to pay gold for more time. You can purchase a minimum of 30 seconds playtime worth 180 gold, up to a maximum of 2:30 minutes worth 900 gold.

Your main objective in the game is to keep destroying blocks to build up your score and fever meter. If left alone, the blocks will build up enough weight to bring the platform down, KO'ing you and cutting off a few seconds in your time left. Aside from the common wooden blocks, there are blocks containing gold, trophy, or customization icons. Destroying them will ensure that you'll get the prize. If you encounter heavy, concrete blocks, use strong attacks to destroy them quickly since they weight more and can bring the platform you're standing on down quite easily.

Destroying blocks quickly can build up a Chain, which increases your score further. This also fills up the Fever gauge in the top left. Once it is filled, you'll enter Fever Rush. While activated, this will drop special blocks containing prizes inside.


This is where you can view the snapshots that you captured when playing the game. Take note that if you have a lot of snapshots, the 3DS will take a few minutes reading them before displaying them. Here you can view the images, add comments, Group them in folders or delete the ones you don't want.


Here you can watch saved replays. Aside from playback, you can also write a comment or delete unwanted replays.


This is where you can playback background music and listen to characters' voice samples. This option also allows "Play in Sleep Mode" where you can listen to the background music while your 3DS is in sleep mode.


This menu allows you to view various information, records and tracked Milestones about your gameplay. You can check individual stats of the characters you used, have a quick look about your statistics through various options.


This displays randomly selected tips. Unfortunately, that's about it; this option doesn't have an option to peruse tips in categories to help you find what you're looking for.

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