Finally this game is available to play! You can download Smash Flash 2 if you want to, because there was finished. Subscribe in my channel to r. Version 126.96.36.199 fixes a good number of lingering issues since the last update, including some of the changes we’ve debuted at Super Smash Con. Please note that this is a minor update and does not contain any new character content or final smashes (next significant update will be labeled 1.1.0), however we did sneak in Sandbag Basketball.
Some fans that play on external sites have noticed that a time bomb we’ve setup within the game has gone off, displaying a message on top of the game telling players to play on McLeodGaming only. This mechanism is in place so that sites don’t profit off of Super Smash Flash 2, and so that players are always playing the newest, untampered, version of the game.
Sounds from movies pulp fictionfasrangry. SSF2 is designed to be free, and sites that rip our protection mechanisms out of it to host it behind forced video ads (you know the ones – where you have to wait for the video to end before the game will load) and other scumbaggy/shady revenue streams put the future of the game at risk and cause slews of other problems.
These sites have managed to steal 66% of the traffic that plays SSF2 in the browser with mostly old versions of the game that do not have functional online mode and/or current balance changes/bug fixes, have ripped the legal disclaimer and the credits out, and these sites make money in the process. With the original SSF2 Beta update, we tried to be nice with a logo on startup saying to only play on McLeodGaming.com but it was just removed when uploaded to these sites. We’ve also found a few instances where the game had code added to it that was malicious that ran in the background. Not cool.
Bottom line, these sites cannot continue to have such high traffic. It’s unsafe for us and unsafe for you. Thus, we have programmed a message to superimpose on all sites hosting the current version.
Unfortunately, this being said, with yesterday’s hotfix, a pretty large issue has come up for those who play SSF2 at school, as many schools have our site blocked. We hear you!
As a fix, in the coming days (very near future – we’re talkin’ like within 72 hours) the downloads page will be updated with a portable version of SSF2 Beta and instructions to load it to a flash drive. This will give you guys a solution to meet halfway, allowing you to play SSF2 straight from these flash drives on school computers. We hope that those who haven’t visited here before will stick around, lots of updates are on the way!
Super Smash Flash 2 V0 9b Unblocked
What if I told you that Super Smash Brothers had a 2D version of the game?! What if said game not only had cameo’s from your favorite Nintendo characters, but other favorite videos game and anime characters as well?! You’d probably tell me impossible and your mind would be blown when I tell you that someone has made a game like this and its’ been out for months!
Super Smash Flash 2, a fan made game developed by McLeodGaming, has been in development for quite some time and this new version has quite the surprise as you might have already guessed , it’s playable.online! The development team has been spending a great deal of time with making sure the online mode runs smoothly, and it looks like they’ve finally made some head way despite still trying to work out a few kinks.
First things first, you’ll want to head on over to their website and download SSF2, then register and set up an account for yourself here. Once you’ve activated the account through an email confirmation, you’ll now be able to activate your game, add it to the game library, and then your set to go. Before you start gaming, make sure to check out this FAQ that answers a lot of questions for the online mode of the game.
I can honestly say this is an amazing effort by McLeodGaming and Super Smash Flash 2 is very much a compliment to the original Super Smash Brothers. With what seems to be an already thriving community, Super Smash Flash is definitely worth checking out especially for those who have never had the opportunity to play the original series before.
We’ve officially added SSF2 to the PC Games section where we will be adding more information and videos about the game in the coming months.