Smashville

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Smashville
Animal Crossing: Wild World (in Brawl)
Animal Crossing (in Smash Wii U and Ultimate)
Smashville SSBU.png
Smashville as it appears in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
Appearances Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Availability Starter (in Brawl and Ultimate)
Unlockable (in Smash Wii U)
Crate type Presents
Player occupancy 4 (in Brawl)
8 (in Smash Wii U and Ultimate)
Names in other languages
 すま村
 任天村
 Smash Ville
 Pueblo Smash
 Smash Village
 арфа-Дева
 스매시 마을
 任天村
 Smash Ville
 Pueblo Smash
 Smash-Stadt
 Smashdorp

Smashville is a stage in the Super Smash Bros. series that was originally based on Animal Crossing: Wild World. It debuted in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Villager has to be fought on this stage when unlocking him outside of World of Light in Ultimate.

Smashville is one of the few legal stages for competitive play in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Smash Bros. 4, and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Layout[edit]

Smashville is set hovering over an Animal Crossing town, complete with various features of a Wild World town. A smaller, hovering platform moves across the stage for players to stand on. The time of day the fight takes place in is reflected by the system's internal clock, meaning that depending on the time of day, players may fight the stage in the morning, noon, evening, or at night.

Several Animal Crossing characters are spectators, watching the fight take place. Notable spectators include Brewster with a coffee bar, Gracie with her car, and Blathers, who is always asleep during the day. K.K. Slider also makes an appearance to play a selected number of his songs every Saturday after 8:00 PM, drawing the attention of the spectators. Occasionally, a small, red balloon will sometimes fly across the stage carrying a piece of food, releasing the food when popped, like in the Animal Crossing series. Various things from the games can also be seen in the background, like constellations, Kapp'n's taxi and UFOs.

While the stage is meant to be based on a Wild World town, there are four bridges in comparison to the two the player can only have on their town. In Wild World, the Able Sisters shop is always directly east of Nook's, however their shops are separated from each other.

Several visual changes were made in its Ultimate incarnation, with bridges redesigned to resemble City Folk bridges, and buildings and trees designed to closer resemble New Leaf.

Smashville's Ω form removes the moving platform, any of the background characters, and balloons, while its Ω form in Ultimate resizes the main platform to resemble Final Destination. Smashville's Battlefield form features three soft platforms that resemble the moving platform. If hazards are off in Ultimate, then balloons will not appear and the moving platform will move from the right to the center and stop for the remainder of the fight.

Stage music[edit]

  • Title Theme - Animal Crossing (Main)
  • Title Theme - Animal Crossing: Wild World (Alternative)
  • Go K.K. Rider!
  • Title Theme - Animal Crossing: Wild World (Brawl)
  • 2:00 a.m. - Animal Crossing: Wild World
  • Town Hall and Tom Nook's Store - Animal Crossing: Wild World
  • The Roost - Animal Crossing: Wild World
  • Plaza / Title Theme - Animal Crossing: City Folk / Animal Crossing: Wild World
  • Outdoors at 7 p.m. (Sunny) / Main Street - Animal Crossing: New Leaf
  • Kapp'n's Song
  • Tour - Animal Crossing: New Leaf
  • Tortimer Island Medley
  • Bubblegum K.K.
  • Title Theme - Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer
  • House Preview
  • K.K. Cruisin' (Only when K.K. Slider is on stage)
  • K.K. Condor (Only when K.K Slider is on stage)
  • K.K. Western (Only when K.K. Slider is on stage)
  • K.K. Gumbo (Only when K.K. Slider is on stage)
  • Rockin' K.K. (Only when K.K. Slider is on stage)
  • DJ K.K. (Only when K.K. Slider is on stage)

Tips[edit]

Super Smash Bros. for Wii U[edit]

  • "Different residents appear randomly in the background of this stage. You'll see as many as 34 different ones, depending on the time of day."
  • "The background changes based on what time it is in real life. Play on Saturday night at any time from 8:00 to 11:59 to see K.K. Slider perform!"

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate[edit]

  • Residents"Different residents appear randomly in the background of this stage. You'll see as many as 34 different ones, depending on the time of day."
  • Concerts"The background changes based on what time it is in real life. Play on Saturday night at any time from 8:00 PM to 11:59 PM to see K.K. Slider perform!"

Gallery[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • In Animal Crossing games prior to New Horizons, towns can have only eight letters. Smashville has ten, which means it cannot be used as an actual town name. In New Horizons, the character limit has been increased to ten, making Smashville a possible town name.

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese すま村
Suma-mura
Smash Village

Korean 스매시 마을
seumaesi ma-eul
Smash Town

Simplified Chinese 任天村
Rèntiān Cūn
Nintendo Village

Russian Смешвиль
Smeshvil'
Smashville

Dutch Smashdorp Smashville

German Smash-Stadt Smashville

European Spanish Pueblo Smash Smashville

European French Smash Ville Smashville

Italian Smash Village Smashville

External links[edit]

Smashville on other wikis
• SmashWiki
• Super Mario Wiki