Smash Bros update: 3-18-14

Ladies and Gentlemen, today’s update is an overload, in a good way that is. Sakurai gave us on a more details on the Super Mario stage for the 3DS version. It’s official name is Super Mario 3D Land stage. If you ever got the opportunity o play Super Smash Bros. Brawl, it’s similar to Rainbow Road. It moves without stop, as described by Sakurai. Today’s main picture showcases Mega Man and Kirby in the Super Mario 3D Land stage. There will be obstacles trying to block you or holes for you to fall. Accordingly, there’s also mini-platoforms you can jump on to avoid you’re opponents and advance through the stage. Here’s what Mr Sakurai posted on Miiiverse:

 

 

Pic of the day. Here’s some info on the Nintendo 3DS stage called Super Mario 3D Land! First, it advances by side-scrolling…

 

Remember how I said earlier today’s update was big, here’s what I meant. Sakurai went to the comment section and posted even more pics and described what and how it was done. So here goes the order chronologically. Here’s what Mr. Sakurai had to say on the Miiverse comment section:

 

Then you continue into the valley–it’s in 3D Land, after all. The protruding stone                        blocks change the angles of the platforms.

 

 

After that, back to side-scrolling. Now it gets you moving–you’ll have to trot downhill here

 

And finally, you get back on rails to go farther into the stage. It takes roughly two minutes to complete a lap, and at the end you go into a giant pipe that takes you back to the beginning. …I know this sequence goes above and beyond a traditional Pic of the Day, so consider this a little something extra on the side from me.

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