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Color TV-Game 15

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Color TV-Game 15
Color TV-Game 15 SSBU artwork.png
Artwork from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
First appearance Color TV-Game 15 (1977)
Super Smash Bros. appearances

Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Color TV-Game 15 is the second model in Nintendo's Japan-only line of Color TV-Game dedicated consoles, some of the earliest video game products released by the company. Released in 1978, the Color TV-Game 15 features two controllers and fifteen variations of "Light Tennis".

The Color TV-Game 15 appears as an Assist Trophy in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. When summoned, the two paddles appear on both sides of the screen as a game starts. The two paddles proceed to hit the ball back and forth, the ball damaging any opponents in its path that it hits. Players can also attack the ball to send it in a different direction. A score is kept above, though it does not impact the match; clapping can also be heard each time a point is scored.

Trophy information

Name 3DS trophy Wii U trophy Category Appears in Trophy Box Description
Color TV-Game 15 SSB3DS Trophy Color TV-Game 15.png SSBWU Trophy Color TV-Game 15.png Assist Trophy Color TV-Game 15 (Japan) 75: Memorabilia Flag of USA.png Nintendo released this video-game console way back in 1977. You could play 15 different games, inspired by sports like tennis and hockey. In Smash Bros., paddles will appear on the left and right sides of the stage. The ball can launch fighters on its own, but don't touch the paddles either!
Flag of Europe.png In 1977, Nintendo released this home video game system in Japan with 15 variants of games like tennis and air hockey. In this game, the paddles appear at the sides of the stage, and a game of Tennis B starts. The ball can launch fighters on its own, but don't touch the paddles either!