Super Smash Flash 2

Super Smash Flash 2 popularly known as SSF2, is a Macromedia Flash multiplayer game developed by McLeodGaming. It is a sequel to the popular Super Smash Flash, and is loosely based on the plot of Super Smash Bros Series. Over the years, developers have released various demo versions and the current one is v0.9.
The game plot of SSF2 is pretty similar to the original Super Smash Bros game series. In SSF2, the health of each character is determined by the level of damage it encounters. More damage means more risk.

SSF2 provides two game play modes for matches: Stock and Time Mode. Players can also use the combination of the two to play. Stock Mode provides a chosen number of lives to each player and for every KO or self-destruct, the player loses a life. After losing all the lives, the character is defeated and the survivor wins. In Time Mode, the player receives a point when he/she knocks out an opponent, and loses when the reverse happens. In a tie, a Sudden Death match will determine the winner.

As this game is updated regularly, the information given here will change accordingly.

For movements and to perform attacks players can use the following controls.

Player 1
MovementsA, S, D & W
Standard AttackP
Final AttackO
Player 2 (Numpad)
MovementsArrow Keys
Standard Attack2
Final Attack1

SSF2 Characters - Starter

Each SSF2 character or fighter represents a specific universe and fight each other to win. The game mode of SSF2 represents two types of characters: Starter Characters (accessible from the beginning of the game) and Unlockable Characters (these are available after completion of certain stages or conditions). The players can also use Expansion Characters or Downloadable Content (DLC) to play against each other.

CharacterBlack Mage
UniverseFinal Fantasy
Standard Special MoveStop
Side Special MoveHaste
Up Special MoveWarp
Down Special MoveMeteor
Final SmashRandom Battle
Standard Special MoveBomb Throw
Side Special MoveBomb Kick
Up Special MoveJetpack
Down Special MoveRemote Detonation
Final SmashNA
CharacterCaptain Falcon
Standard Special MoveFalcon Punch
Side Special MoveRaptor Boost
Up Special MoveFalcon Dive
Down Special MoveFalcon Kick
Final SmashBlue Falcon
CharacterDonkey Kong
UniverseDonkey Kong
Standard Special MoveGiant Punch
Side Special MoveHeadbutt
Up Special MoveSpinning Kong
Down Special MoveHand Slap
Final SmashArcade
UniverseStar Fox
Standard Special MoveBlaster
Side Special MoveFox Illusion
Up Special MoveFire Fox
Down Special MoveReflector
Final SmashLandmaster
Standard Special MoveCharge Shot
Side Special MoveMissile
Up Special MoveScrew Attack
Down Special MoveBomb
Final SmashHyper Beam
Standard Special MoveGetsuga Tenshō
Side Special MoveEngetsuzan
Up Special MoveKōtei-ki-Tōshin
Down Special MoveGazan
Final SmashBankai
Standard Special MoveRollout
Side Special MovePound
Up Special MoveSing
Down Special MoveRest
Final SmashPuff Up
Standard Special MoveInhale
Side Special MoveHammer
Up Special MoveFinal Cutter
Down Special MoveStone
Final SmashCook Kirby
UniverseThe Legend of Zelda
Standard Special MoveHero's Bow
Side Special MoveGale Boomerang
Up Special MoveSpin Attack
Down Special MoveBomb
Final SmashTriforce Slash
Standard Special MoveDemon Fang
Side Special MoveSonic Thrust
Up Special MoveTiger Blade
Down Special MoveGrave Blade
Final SmashFalcon's Crest
Standard Special MoveFireball
Side Special MoveCape
Up Special MoveSuper Jump Punch
Down Special MoveStar Spin
Final SmashFire Mario
CharacterMega Man
UniverseMega Man
Standard Special MoveWeapon Use
Side Special MoveProto Shield
Up Special MoveBeat Call
Down Special MoveWeapon Switch
Final SmashSuper Adapter
CharacterMeta Knight
Standard Special MoveMach Tornado
Side Special MoveDrill Rush
Up Special MoveShuttle Loop
Down Special MoveDimensional Cape
Final SmashTornado Ultra
Standard Special MoveRasengan
Side Special MoveShadow Clone Launch
Up Special MoveRising Kunai Slash
Down Special MoveShadow Clone Summon
Final SmashKyūbi Naruto
Standard Special MovePK Flash
Side Special MovePK Fire
Up Special MovePK Thunder
Down Special MovePSI Magnet
Final SmashPK Starstorm
UniverseKingdom Hearts
Standard Special MoveFiraga
Side Special MoveStrike Raid
Up Special MoveFinishing Leap
Down Special MoveThundaga
Final SmashTrinity Limit
Standard Special MoveElectron Cannon
Side Special MoveRhythm Twister
Up Special MoveTails Whirlwind
Down Special MoveSpin Dash
Final SmashTornado
Standard Special MoveEgg Lay
Side Special MoveEgg Roll
Up Special MoveEgg Toss
Down Special MoveYoshi Bomb
Final SmashDragon
UniverseThe Legend of Zelda
Standard Special MoveNayru's Love/Needle Storm
Side Special MoveDin's Fire/Chain
Up Special MoveFarore's Wind/Vanish
Down Special MoveTransform
Final SmashNA
UniverseDragon Ball
Standard Special MoveKamehameha
Side Special MoveKi Blasts
Up Special MoveInstantaneous Transmission
Down Special MoveKaiō-ken
Final SmashSuper Saiyan Goku
Standard Special MoveHoming Attack
Side Special MoveLight Dash
Up Special MoveSpring Jump
Down Special MoveSpin Dash and Bounce Attack
Final SmashSuper Sonic

SSF2 Current Playable Stages

  • Battlefield (Smash Bros.)
  • Final Destination (Smash Bros.)
  • Galaxy Tours (Super Mario Bros.)
  • Mushroom Kingdom 3 (Super Mario Bros.)
  • Bowser's Castle (Super Mario Bros.)
  • Jungle Hijinx (Donkey Kong)
  • Gangplank Galleon (Donkey Kong)
  • Yoshi's Island (Yoshi)
  • WarioWare, Inc. (Wario)
  • Emerald Cave (Wario)
  • Nintendo 3DS (Nintendo DS)
  • Skull Fortress (Mega Man)
  • Central Highway (Mega Man)
  • Twilight Town (Kingdom Hearts)
  • Bomb Factory (Bomberman)
  • Tower of Salvation (Tales of Symphonia)
  • Planet Namek (Dragon Ball Z)
  • Clock Town (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Hylian Skies (The Legend of Zelda)
  • Rainbow Route (Kirby)
  • Pokémon Stadium 3 (Pokémon)
  • Meteo Voyage (Star Fox)
  • Crateria (Metroid)
  • Phase 8 (Metroid)
  • Sand Ocean (F-Zero)
  • Saturn Valley (EarthBound)
  • Dracula's Castle (Castlevania)
  • Chaos Shrine (Final Fantasy)
  • Lunar Core (Final Fantasy)
  • Casino Night Zone (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Sky Sanctuary (Sonic the Hedgehog)
  • Hueco Mundo (Bleach)
  • Hidden Leaf Village (Naruto)

In addition to the stages, SSF2 also provides Comet Observatory, Freezeflame Galaxy and Good Egg Galaxy collectively known as Galaxy Tours.

Game Modes
  • Adventure Mode - Flash of Shadows: This mode is playable only in the installed version and doesn't work for the browser version.
  • Adventure Mode: This game mode is inspired from SSF and is filled with known levels such as Super Mario's Mushroom Kingdom. In addition to enemies, players may also have to unlock doors and face cannons.
  • Classic Mode: This mode provides an opportunity to fight off random characters on respective stages.
  • Training Mode: This mode allows the player to test various characters, their moves and try out different items.
  • Stadium: Stadium actually offers a series of single player sub-games which offer the Target Smash Mode and Multi-Man Mode.
  • Brawl Mode: In Brawl Mode, players enjoy various types of fights with different characters in different stages.

Items play an important role in SSF2 and they appear randomly in various areas while playing. The game also allows players to control the spawning of the items through the Item Switch Menu. Through this menu, players can customize the appearance of items and also turn them off permanently. Here are a list of items available in SSF2.

Assist TrophySuper Mario Bros.
Beam SwordSuper Mario Bros.
BumperSuper Mario Bros.
Bob-omb Mario
Green ShellMario
Poison MushroomMario
Red ShellMario
Spike ShellMario
Super MushroomMario
CuccoThe Legend of Zelda
Heart ContainerThe Legend of Zelda
CapsuleSuper Smash Bros.
FanSuper Smash Bros.
Home-Run BatSuper Smash Bros.
FoodSuper Smash Bros.
Ray GunSuper Smash Bros.
Smash BallSuper Smash Bros.
E-TankMega Man
Exploding TagNaruto
Maxim TomatoKirby
Mr. SaturnEarthBound
Poké BallPokémon
Trigger ItemAce Attorney

Scoring over 400,000 plays everyday on McLeodGaming alone, Super Smash Flash 2 is one of the most popular flash games on the Internet today. Its advanced gameplay, interface and characters have received a standing ovation from audiences and critics globally. Though there are certain areas which definitely need improvement, McLeodGaming developers are working round the clock to fix all the bugs by releasing tiny demo updates from time to time. Even though SSF2 is the reboot of the original Super Smash Flash, it has fared much better than its predecessor and is often considered the best game in the entire Smash Series.