Mob Smash is a recurring solo Stadium mode in the Super Smash Bros. series, and is differently titled in each game. The mode first appeared in Super Smash Bros. Melee as Multi-Man Melee, then in Super Smash Bros. Brawl as Multi-Man Brawl, and as Multi-Man Smash in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U. In Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mob Smash is accessed from the "Games & More" menu. In the mode, the player's fighter must defeat as many enemies as possible, until the specified number, time, or get KO'd.
The enemies in the mode are not playable in either game. In Melee, the enemies are Fighting Wire Frames, while in Brawl, they are Fighting Alloys. The stage for either mode is always Battlefield, and cannot be changed. In Super Smash Bros., Fighting Polygons appeared but there wasn't a Multi-Man mode in that game.
On a side note, in Brawl, a playable fighter will pop up to fight with the Fighting Alloys after a certain number of KOs are made. In most cases, that fighter is the character that the player is playing as (e.g. If playing as Mario, a CPU Mario will appear).
There are a variety of modes in Multi-Man Melee/Brawl:
- 10-Man Brawl – KO 10 enemies.
- 100-Man Brawl – KO 100 enemies.
- 3-Minute Brawl – Fight for 3 minutes.
- 15-Minute Brawl – Fight for 15 minutes.
- Endless Brawl – Fight until the player gets KO'd.
- Cruel Brawl – Fight until the player gets KO'd.
Additionally in Cruel Melee/Brawl the Fighting Alloy/Wire Frames are stronger, and are capable of making one hit KOs. Also, there are no items that appear, making it very tough. Managing to defeat 10 Fighting Wire Frames in Melee earns the player a bonus message congratulating him/her for defeating 10 (or more) Fighting Wire Frames in Cruel Melee.
In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, KOing five Fighting Alloys in Cruel Brawl unlocks the Red Alloy trophy, while KOing 10 Fighting Alloys in Cruel Brawl unlocks the Liquid Snake sticker.
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