- Not to be confused with Target Blast.
Target Smash!, also formatted Target Smash!!, is a Bonus Stage and minigame in the first three Super Smash Bros. game. In Super Smash Bros. and Super Smash Bros. Melee, the minigame is named Break the Targets! and Target Test respectively, and each character has their own stage. Breaking all ten targets usually requires utilizing all or most of the characters' attacks. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the difficulty setting determines which of the five stages are played, and any character can play on these stages.
In the first two games, the level designs are all different, and the objects in them fit each character. For instance, Ganondorf's level is a dungeon, and Donkey Kong's and Mario's resemble a construction site (from the game Donkey Kong). Various traps include Bumpers, Flippers, burning platforms, and spikes.
In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U, the mode was replaced by Target Blast.
The player's fighter has to break 10 targets. When the stage is played as a part of 1P Game in Super Smash Bros. or Classic Mode in Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, there is a time limit of 2 minutes. When the stage is selected separately (Target Test), there is no time limit.
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Target Smash! acts the same way, but this time, the stages are set outdoors, allowing for a better scenery. There are no longer personalized stages for each character. Additionally, items can be found this time, allowing players to smash targets with increased ease. Another add-on is that players can now replay records of the Target Smash!, something that was not in the previous two games. One can even send a game record to another person via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Despite being renamed Target Smash! in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the announcer still says "Break the Targets".
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Super Smash Bros.
Donkey Kong's stage
Captain Falcon's stage
Names in other languages
Super Smash Bros.
Tāgetto wo kowase!
|Literal translation; also used in other games|
|French||Pulvériser les cibles||Pulverise the targets|
|German||Zerstöre die Zielscheiben||Demolish the Targets|
Super Smash Bros. Melee
|French||Détruisez les cibles||Demolish the targets|
|German||Zerschlage die Zielscheiben||Smash the Targets|
|Spanish||Rompe las dianas||Literal translation|
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
|French||Smash dans le mille||Smash in the bullseye|
|Italian||Bersagli Smash||Smash Targets|
|Spanish||Dianas Smash||Smash Targets|
|Super Smash Bros.|
|Playable characters||Captain Falcon • Donkey Kong • Fox • Jigglypuff • Kirby • Link • Luigi • Mario • Ness • Pikachu • Samus • Yoshi|
|Non-playable characters||Bob-omb • Fighting Polygons • King Dedede • Ridley • Whispy Woods|
|Bosses||Giant Donkey Kong • Metal Mario • Master Hand|
|Pokémon||Beedrill • Blastoise • Chansey • Charizard • Clefairy • Goldeen • Hitmonlee • Meowth • Mew • Onix • Snorlax • Starmie|
|Stages||Peach's Castle • Yoshi's Island • Kongo Jungle • Sector Z • Dream Land • Hyrule Castle • Planet Zebes • Saffron City • Mushroom Kingdom • Meta Crystal • Battlefield • Final Destination|
|Items||Barrel • Beam Sword • Bob-omb • Bumper • Capsule • Crate • Egg • Fan • Fire Flower • Green Shell • Hammer • Heart Container • Home-Run Bat • Maxim Tomato • Motion-Sensor Bomb • Poké Ball • Ray Gun • Red Shell • Star • Star Rod • Target|
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