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Super Smash Bros. Brawl

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Brawl Mode

Latest update by Matt77 on Jan 5th 2014
Super Smash Bros Brawl's main mode is Brawl. In Brawl, you can be any character you've unlocked and fight 1-3 CPU players or friends. In all modes, there is the option of an all vs all brawl or a team brawl. There are over 30 stages to choose from with a few Melee stages returning. There is also the option of Custom Brawl, where you can play on stages that you've built in stage builder. There are several types of brawls you can play in Brawl mode. Below are some explanations about each.

Time Brawl - In a time brawl, players compete to see who can get the most kills before the time runs out. The time limit can range from 1 minute up until 99 minutes. You can even choose an infinite time brawl with no time limit. If a player gets a kill, their score goes up by 1. If a player is killed, their score goes down by 1. Time brawls are useful when you want to play a quick, easy brawl.

Stock Brawl - In a stock brawl, players compete to see who can survive the longest. There is an unlockable option where you can add a time to a stock brawl. The number of lives can range from 1 up till 99. Stock brawls mostly last longer that time and coin brawls because there is no time limit. If 2 human players are playing a team stock brawls and 1 player loses all their lives, there is an option for that player to take 1 of their teammates lives. Stock brawls are useful when you are playing with a friend and want a longer brawl.

Coin Brawl - In a coin brawl, players compete to see who can collect the most coins before the time runs out. The time limit you set ranges from 1 minute up to 99 minutes. You can also set the time limit to infinite. You collect coins by attacking opposing players. If you are attacked and coins come out of you, you don't actually lose coins. You lose coins when you die. If you have less than 200 coins, when you die, you lose half your coins. If you have more than 200 coins, when you die, you lose 100 coins. Coin brawls aren't that popular, but can still be great fun to play against CPU's or against friends.

Special Brawl - Special brawl allows the player to alter many rules in standard brawls. You can make it a stamina brawl, a brawl where all players start at 300%, start a brawl with bunny ears, be small, have light gravity and many other options. You can also combine all these together. Special brawls do not affect records.

There are so many features in Brawl Mode which provide hours of gameplay of fun. They all have their own unique features which makes Brawl mode even better.
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