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*[[DK Island: Jungle Japes|Jungle Japes]] (characters can now swim in the river, but it will still carry them off-screen)
 
*[[DK Island: Jungle Japes|Jungle Japes]] (characters can now swim in the river, but it will still carry them off-screen)
 
*[[Kanto: Pokémon Stadium|Pokémon Stadium]] (the fireworks in the background look different, the screen is updated to display names of newcomers, and the properties of the windmill in the water stage have changed)
 
*[[Kanto: Pokémon Stadium|Pokémon Stadium]] (the fireworks in the background look different, the screen is updated to display names of newcomers, and the properties of the windmill in the water stage have changed)
*[[Mushroom Kingdom: Rainbow Ride|Rainbow Ride]]
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*[[Mushroom Kingdom: Rainbow Cruise|Rainbow Cruise]]
 
*[[Hyrule: Temple|Temple]]
 
*[[Hyrule: Temple|Temple]]
 
*[[Eagleland: Onett|Onett]] (the warning sign when a car is approaching is much smaller)
 
*[[Eagleland: Onett|Onett]] (the warning sign when a car is approaching is much smaller)

Revision as of 06:53, July 13, 2008

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Temple, as it appears as a Past Stage in Brawl.

Past Stages and Melee Stages are special designations given to stages returning from previous installments in the Super Smash Bros. series.

In Super Smash Bros. Melee

In Melee, three Past Stages were available. They are exact replicas of their Super Smash Bros. counterparts, complete with music and backgrounds. All of these stages must be unlocked, unlike in the original game.

From Super Smash Bros.

In Super Smash Bros. Brawl

In Brawl, "Past Stages" has been renamed Melee Stages. These stages now utilize the functions of My Music, like most stages in Brawl. Unlike the Past Stages of Melee, some Melee Stages have had minor edits (which will be listed below).

From Super Smash Bros. Melee

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