Thursday, April 15, 2021

Ridiculous Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Ripoff goes viral for being the least subtle bootleg ever

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Mobile scams there is absolutely nothing new, and nine times out of ten, they’re beyond hilarious. Sometimes they can be a little subtle in their mimicry, but this Super Smash Bros. Ultimate mobile scam is anything but subtle. Due to the odd lack of shame, this particular bootleg has gone viral.

Often times, these mobile scams target very high traffic gaming IP addresses. We’ve seen it with Fortnite, we’ve seen it with Pokémon – we’ve even seen it with Among Us. Now it’s another Nintendo game that gets its useless twin: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

First spotted by Twitter user @HeyNiceJobStill, a short video was uploaded about the Cayman Islands unlicensed scam, as seen below:

According to the Twitter user, the latest mobile scam is called Super Fighter M – All-Star. The mobile game contains all of the basic Nintendo characters including Kirby, Sonic, Donkey Kong, Link, and more. Do you know who was still not on the list? Waluigi. Pour one for her last L.

The knock off even has a few characters that don’t quite match up, including some fan-made tributes as seen with Evil Mario:

The comments from the above thread are honestly golden with people sharing their favorite one-liners from the list. Some of them get … well, they get a little weird, but are we really surprised?

As spotted by GameRant, a video was also uploaded to the game from YouTuber VideoGameDunkey (yell at Dunk!):

Since we are talking about Nintendo, a withdrawal notice should arrive in 3, 2, … Oh wait, it was already removed on March 8 from the Google Play Store. Well. At least we’ll always have these videos to cherish.

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