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* It's possible that Bowser thought Mario had the easy job of eliminating his minions, so now Bowser knows exactly how "easy" this job is.
 
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* In "Paper Mario and the Thousand Year Door", the player actually had to control Bowser at least 3 times; in all 3 times, the stage was a classic Mario stage. Coincidentally, one of the stages in Paper Mario is the same as the one used in Brawl.
 
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Revision as of 21:59, August 6, 2009

Super Bowser Bros. is the sixth event match in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. It features Bowser being chased by three Marios on Mushroomy Kingdom. Bowser must get to the goal without being knocked out by the Marios.

Strategy

Fighting the Marios may make it harder to complete the event, since they'll spawn at will, but you're scored by how many you can defeat. They are all weak at easy and can be knock out with a smash or good special (Up or down). The player must continue running the stage, only having to dealing a blow to the Marios that come too close. Watch out for the no ledges to grab. On harder difficulties, the stage will scroll much faster than normal, so one must move quickly to avoid those aggravating Failures. Try to make sure to hit each Mario with at least one attack, that way if they get KO'd by the movement of the stage it will count towards your total KO's.

To make it easier, try to stay on top of the blocks. The Marios will have a hard time trying to attack you from there with the moving stage and all.

Trivia

  • The name of the event is a pun on one of the earliest Mario games, Super Mario Bros.
  • It's possible that Bowser thought Mario had the easy job of eliminating his minions, so now Bowser knows exactly how "easy" this job is.
  • In "Paper Mario and the Thousand Year Door", the player actually had to control Bowser at least 3 times; in all 3 times, the stage was a classic Mario stage. Coincidentally, one of the stages in Paper Mario is the same as the one used in Brawl.
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