The Most Powerful Hit In Smash Bros. Requires Four People
September 7, 2015 - Super Smash Bros
Have we ever wondered how tough we can strike a impression in Smash Bros. in a singular go, but indeed regulating an item? Science can answer that question.
It’s doubtful anyone would lift a absurd attempt shown off by Beefy Smash Doods off in a normal Smash Bros. game, given how pell-mell it is—but damn if it’s not considerable anyway. As it turns out, we have to build something of a mini Rube Goldberg appurtenance to get a many absolute strike in Smash Bros:
First, we get a villager with a third tradition down B. Pull out a tree, and strike it down. Then simulate a descending record with Fox. Then strike a record with Ness’s ball bat. Then strike that with nonetheless another Ness’s bat. The result? A whopping 158 repairs from a singular strike from that log, adequate to kill a character.
Other combinations of hits don’t come close, even if we use counters, villager pockets, or some-more reflects. Beefy Smash Doods breaks down because in this unequivocally ominous video—you’ll substantially learn a few neat things about how repairs works in Smash Bros. because of this. we know we did.