Nintendo Series Trophies

Super Smash Bros. Melee Cameo Guide

Game & Watch Series Trophies

Mr. Game & Watch

Mr. Game & Watch

First appearing in 1980, the Game & Watch series is the father of all portable liquid crystal games. The main character is simple and monochrome but has a timeless individuality. There are 39 different games in the series and they've sold over 43 million units worldwide. Pictured at left is the particularly popular Fire model.

Clear Classic Mode with Mr. Game & Watch.

Mr. Game & Watch (Smash 1)

Mr. Game & Watch [Smash 1]

A resident of a totally flat world, Mr. Game & Watch's frame-by-frame movement is distinctive. His image is known far and wide and respected by gamers everywhere. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, he hurls sausages with his Chef technique. The random strength of his Judgement is determined by the number displayed; food appears on lucky 7.

B: Chef Smash B: Judgement
Clear Adventure Mode with Mr. Game & Watch.

Mr. Game & Watch (Smash 2)

Mr. Game & Watch [Smash 2]

A man of great stature in the world of Nintendo characters, Mr. Game & Watch is a comparatively light fellow and doesn't feature many powerful attacks. When he's in danger of falling, Fire calls out a rescue brigade to send him skyward once more. He can also catch missile weapons with Oil Panic; once he's caught three, he can dump the bucket on his foes.

Up & B: Fire Down & B: Oil Panic
Clear All-Star Mode with Mr. Game & Watch.

Game & Watch

Game & Watch

This stage of Super Smash Bros. Melee takes its motif from the Game & Watch series. It incorporates settings from Oil Panic, Helmet, and Manhole, and it's sure to send a wave of nostalgia crashing over old-school gamers. If you want to truly reproduce the Game & Watch experience, try playing this unique level in Fixed-Camera Mode!

Clear Event Match 45.

Sheriff Trophies

Sheriff

Sheriff

Sheriff is a game with a particularly long history, even among other classic Nintendo arcade games. You aimed the sheriff's gun by way of an eight-directional dial controller, which you would depress to fire. The goal of this frontier shooter was to protect the territory from various scoundrels and ne'er-do-wells.

Sheriff
Japan Only
Get a combined character total of 12 1/2 minutes or under in Target Test.
The goal was to rescue your maiden from the bandits.

Devil World Trophies

Tamagon

Tamagon

This is the main character of a Japanese NES game never released in North America. In this quirky maze game, your goal was to work your way through a series of scrolling mazes while battling the cyclopean henchmen of a large, winged demon. Tamagon not only had to worry about the evil creatures, but also the walls, which were extremely harmful.

Demon World
Japan Only
Only available in the Japanese version.
The correct game title is "Devil World". The game was also released in Europe.

Balloon Fight Series Trophies

Balloon Fighter

Balloon Fighter

The goal in Balloon Fight is to break your enemy's two balloons, depriving him of his flotation devices. If you lose one balloon, your buoyancy drops and it becomes harder to rise. As you can pop both friends' and enemies' balloons, you have to stay alert in this two-player fun fest. The balloonist's name is unknown.


Flipper

Flipper

Made famous as an unpredictable obstacle in Balloon Fight, the Flipper stops and hangs in midair when thrown. Any character who comes in contact with the bumper-balls on its ends will be knocked away as the Flipper spins wildly. Flippers can be a bit irksome: in Balloon Fight they caused accidents to friends and foes alike.

The Flipper was originally named "Propellor" in the Balloon Fight instruction manual.

Clu Clu Land Series Trophies

Bubbles

Bubbles

The mysterious Bubbles can only move straight ahead and has problems stopping: she changes paths by sticking out her hand and grabbing a post on the way by. If Bubbles makes contact with a Sea Urchin, she'll pop and deflate like a balloon. Bubbles protects herself by shocking Sea Urchins and pushing them into walls to destroy them.

Clu Clu Land 10/85

Duck Hunt Trophies

Ducks

Ducks

These friendly fowl are the targets in the game Duck Hunt, which utilizes the Nintendo Zapper Light Gun. They appear and randomly fly about trying to escape after your faithful (if slightly clamorous) hunting dog flushes them out. Once you drop the ducks, your dog dutifully fetches them by the napes of their necks and grins at you.

Duck Hunt
10/85

Excitebike Series Trophies

Excitebike

Excitebike

This top-of-the-line motocross motorcycle can accelerate like crazy with its turbo, but this also causes the temperature gauge to rise rapidly; if used too often, the bike will overheat. You can cool your hot bike down by running over special icons scattered across the track. The turbo and ramps let you pull insane airs.

Excitebike
10/85

Mach Rider Trophies

Mach Rider

Mach Rider

After the destruction of his home town, Mach Rider jumped onto his machine-gun-equipped combat motorcycle and set off in search of a new home, destroying all the Quadrunners who got in his way. His motorcycle had four gears and endless ammunition. When hit, Mach Rider would break into fragments and then rejoin together.

Mach Rider
10/85
Clear Classic Mode in 5 minutes or less.
Mach Rider does not have endless ammunition - he has to restock it by bumping enemies off the road.
This is the first and only time the word "Quadrunners" is used to describe the "Evil Forces". In the game, the Evil Forces seem to ride Trikes rather than Quadbikes.

Kid Icarus Series Trophies

Pit

Pit

The head of Palutena's personal bodyguards, Pit traveled near and far to gather Three Sacred Treasures that would help him defeat the evil goddess of darkness, Medusa, and free Palutena, the goddess of light. Pit couldn't fly with his little wings; only the Wings of Pegasus let him take flight. Will Pit ever fight again?

Kid Icarus
7/87

Famicom Fairytales Series Trophies

Donbe & Hikari

Donbe & Hikari

Donbe and Hikari are the main characters in this video-game version of a classic Japanese folk tale. The game chronicles the lives of our fearless heroes from their births to the time they drove the evil from the Island of Ogres. They are accompanied in their adventure by Ringo the dog, Matsunosuke the monkey, and Ohana the pheasant.

Shin Oni Ga Shima
Japan Only

Famicom Detective Club Series Trophies

Ayumi Tachibana

Ayumi Tachibana

Ayumi's the heroine of the Detective Club games, which were made for the Famicom Disk System. In the first installment of the series, Ayumi solved the murder of one of her friends, and shortly thereafter, she opened her own investigative agency. Since those early days, she's proven to be a daring and peerless crime solver.

As the entry makes clear, Ayumi debuted in the first Famicom Detective Club, not the second.

Famicom Grand Prix Series Trophies

Monster

Monster

This rally car tore up dirt and raced through uncharted lands in the Disk System game 3D Hot Rally. While it wasn't as fast as the other two car types, it had super-strong shocks to deal with horrible roads and other obstacles. Mario and Luigi are in command of this car, although they don't show themselves in the game very often.

3D Hot Rally
Japan Only
Mario and Luigi don't show themselves in the game at all - only on the boxart. In-game, the racers do not look like the Mario Bros.

Sim City Series Trophies

Dr. Wright

Dr. Wright

The assistant to the mayor of SimCity, Dr. Wright was actually named after the creator of the game. As a player, you'd have to use your wisdom and experience to give timely advice to the mayor; if you did a good job, the city prospered. Dr. Wright is one of the leaders in the all-time, bizarre Nintendo-game-hairstyle contest.

SimCity
8/91

Puzzle League Series Trophies

Lip's Stick

Lip's Stick

This magical stick was used by the character Lip in the Japanese game Panel De Pon, which was later released as Tetris Attack in the United States. Lip's Stick causes a flower to sprout from an enemy's head, inflicting damage as it grows. Quickly tap the Control Stick back and forth to get a flower off of your head.

Panel De Pon
Japan Only
Get a 20-hit combo in Training Mode.

Wave Race Series Trophies

Ryota Hayami

Ryota Hayami

An 18-year-old Wave Race competitor from Japan. While he doesn't appear to have one outstanding trait, his acceleration, top speed, and maneuverability are quite well balanced. In Wave Race: Blue Storm, he's done away with his helmet and goggles in an attempt to make his face more recognizable across the world.

Wave Race 64
11/96

1080° Snowboarding Series Trophies

Kensuke Kimachi

Kensuke Kimachi

A member of the Vertical Air snowboard team of Japan. He's 19 years of age and a top boarder in Japan, but his team is still working on achieving world-class ranking. Kensuke is a mellow, laid-back guy who gets bored quickly with things that don't spark his interest. He plays a lot of Nintendo games when he's not riding.

Doshin the Giant Series Trophies

Love Giant

Love Giant

A reincarnation of the sun that appears on a solitary island in the south seas. Doshin feeds off the emotions of the islanders to grow into a giant. The islanders named it for the sound of its heavy footsteps: "Doh-Shin!" Its yellow color indicates its friendly nature: this Doshin likes to help with the villagers' daily tasks.

Doshin the Giant
Japan Only

Hate Giant

Hate Giant

A reincarnation of the sun that appears on a solitary island in the south seas. Doshin feeds off the emotions of the islanders to grow into a giant. The islanders named it for the sound of its heavy footsteps: "Doh-Shin!" The red color of this Doshin points toward its malignant nature. It knows but one thing: Destroy! Destroy!

Doshin the Giant
Japan Only

Custom Robo Series Trophies

Ray Mk II

Ray Mk II

The Custom Robo games feature combat between small robots averaging about 12 inches in height. Ray Mk II is the upgraded descendant of one of the combatants from the original game. It's a well-balanced Jumper model in the Shining Fighter line of robots. Its stable design lets it excel with a minimum of customization.

Custom Robo 2
Japan Only
The correct game title is "Custom Robo V2".

Annie

Annie

Annie, a Jumper model in the Stunner line of robots, was the robot used by Nanase, a cadet at the Takuma Academy, a commander training school. At the climax of the story, Nanase fell prey to temptation and stained her hands with the illegal robot Majei. This act ultimately set the stage for her undeniably tragic end.

Custom Robo 2
Japan Only
The correct game title is "Custom Robo V2".

Bayonette

Bayonette

Tsurugi and Yaiba, twin brothers who were bewitched by the dark power, combined their beloved robots Spear and Lance to form this illegal robot. The brothers used the Strike Vanisher model as a base, but then added a number of stealth capabilities. This successful power-up is nothing short of a Custom Robo miracle.

Custom Robo 2
Japan Only
The correct game title is "Custom Robo V2".

Card Hero Series Trophies

Maruo Maruhige

Maruo Maruhige

His name is Maruo Maruhige. He has a splendid moustache, and he's the eldest son of a long-established card merchant. After stints as a taxi driver and convenience store clerk, he settled into his role as heir to the card business, which has been in his family for five generations. He manages the Maruhige Card Shop.

Card Hero
Japan Only

Kururin Series Trophies

Heririn

Heririn

Kururin sets off in his specialized helicopter to rescue his siblings who have lost their way somewhere among ten worlds. The helicopter is fitted with an enormous blade, which propels the machine forward by slowly rotating. The mazes that Kururin must navigate are narrow and filled with all kinds of strange obstacles.

Kuru Kuru Kururin
Japan Only
Kuru Kuru Kururin was also released in Europe.

Pikmin Series Trophies

Captain Olimar

Captain Olimar

The main character of the game Pikmin, Captain Olimar crash-lands on a mysterious planet after his spaceship malfunctions. In order to get off the planet, he must gather the pieces of his broken ship, but the atmosphere of the planet is poisonous to Olimar. As a result, he has to enlist the help of the native Pikmin.

Pikmin
12/01
Have a Pikmin save on your Memory Card.

Pikmin

Pikmin

These strange beings are part plant, part animal. They spend most of their time buried in the earth, but they will befriend whoever plucks them, as evidenced by their devotion to Captain Olimar. Each Pikmin has a leaf on its head that grows into a bud and finally a flower. Like a flower, the life of a Pikmin is both fragile and beautiful.

Pikmin
12/01

Animal Crossing Series Trophies

Mr. Resetti

Mr. Resetti

Prepare to receive a really long talking-to if you reset this game: the next time you play, Mr. Resetti will be waiting to deliver his best scolding. No matter what your intentions are, pressing the RESET Button will bring you face-to-face with this fervent character. Sometimes the only way to shut him up is to apologize.

Future Release
Defeat 5 Fighting Wire Frames in Cruel Melee.
The Future Release is Animal Crossing.

Tom Nook

Tom Nook

This guy's the friendly neighborhood shopkeeper who kindly helps the player set up his or her first house. He has a nose for business, and his customer service is second to none. During the course of the game, his store starts as a corner shop, expands to become a convenience store, and finally becomes a thriving supermarket.

Future Release
Collect a combined total of 1001 Lottery Coins.
The Future Release is Animal Crossing.

Totakeke

Totakeke

A wandering musician whose daily life is a bit of a mystery. He plays in front of the train station every Saturday night starting at 8.00 p.m. He has a large repertoire and plays both old and new hits from all over the world. His music is so ingrained in the villagers that it's impossible to imagine them living without it.

Future Release
The Future Release is Animal Crossing. Totakeke was renamed "K.K. Slider" in the American version.

Cubivore Trophies

Alpha

Alpha

A creature in an imaginary cubist world where survival of the fittest is the rule. These creatures have strong, efficient bodies and the cute faces of pandas. They form family groups and treat each other lovingly, yet have no respect for other beasts. Their favorite foods seem to be meat and bamboo grass.

Future Release
The Future Release is Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest, published by Atlus in North America.

GoldenEye 007 / Perfect Dark Trophies

Motion-Sensor Bomb

Motion-Sensor Bomb

The perfect accessory for ambushes, the Motion-Sensor Bomb has long been a favorite covert weapon of spies and other stealthy operatives. It adheres to any surface, and once armed, detonates with incredible force when it detects motion in its range. In the frantic world of Super Smash Bros., it doesn't take long for it to go.

TOP SECRET
Clear Event Match 3.
In Japan, the design of the Motion-Sensor Bomb is different, and is named "Proximity Mine".
"TOP SECRET" refers to either Perfect Dark (for the Japanese design) or GoldenEye 007 (for the U.S. design).
This trophy's original text had a major error:
"...the proximity mine has long been a favorite covert weapon of the Carrington Institute any surface and once armed, detonates with incredible force when it detects motion within its range."

Cloaking Device

Cloaking Device

This state-of-the-art camouflage device bends light rays in such a way that players using it appear almost invisible. The device fosters confusion, and players using it will not take damage while cloaked. This does not mean, however, that players become invulnerable, so they can still be sent reeling or flying across the screen, depending on their damage percentages.

TOP SECRET
"TOP SECRET" refers to Perfect Dark, as credited in the Japanese version.

Nintendo Hardware Trophies

Diskun

Diskun

This little guy is the adorable mascot for a Nintendo Entertainment System peripheral device released in 1985. Using the disk system, you could rewrite games for 500 yen, an epochal and economical feature. Funnily enough, the instruction booklet was sold separately for 100 yen. The disk system's first game was The Legend of Zelda.

Disk System
Japan Only
Achieve all 249 Bonus Scores.

Super Scope

Super Scope

A peripheral device for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, the Super Scope is a wireless weapon that shoots infrared light to a receiver placed on top of the television. In Super Smash Bros. Melee, it can be fired rapidly or charged up to release a more powerful blast. It only has enough energy for 3 charge shots.


GCN

GCN

Nintendo's latest bundle of joy arrived in North America on November 18, 2001, and video-game fans rejoiced. This little beauty is sleek, compact and full of cutting-edge technology. Incorporating optical media for the first time, the Nintendo Gamecube was truly born to play. Rumor has it that Super Smash Bros. Melee is a software title for this wondrous device.