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|“||"Beep, Boop, Beep, Boop!"||„|
|~ Mr. Game and Watch|
|“||"Do we really play the game, or do we just watch?"||„|
|~ Mr. Game and Watch's famous line.|
Mr. Game and Watch is the titular main protagonist of the handheld series of video games of the same name from Nintendo. He is also seen as a playable character in the Super Smash Bros. series of video games, first playable in Super Smash Bros. Melee. He is capable of using all sorts of items as weapons like a pump, a bell that he smacks enemies with, a giant key and more from the Game & Watch series.
Mr. Game & Watch is always incapable of talking, and instead "speaks" in a series of sounds such as bleep bloops. In minor universes, he is capable of talking instead of generating beeping and booping sounds. He is also known for his notable Final Smash, where he morphs into an octopus, and his tentacles trap enemies and hit them, along with pulling opponents away.
Mr. Game & Watch appears to be a 2D-silhouette character resembling a stick-figure with human-like features; however, the only features he does not represent are eyes and ears (with the expection of his Ball, Spitball Sparky, Fire, Vermin, Stanley, Manhole, Oil Panic forms and more), and his body is shaped like a teardrop. Occasionally, he can be seen 3D and his mouth can be seen white on the inside. His entire body is black with a dark gray outline, and is always seen with an alarm bell (with the expection of Super Smash Bros. 4 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate). He is usually seen with circular stubs for hands in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, but is seen with realistic hands at certain points.
In his Ball form (also known as Mr. Juggler), Mr. Game & Watch's appearance resembles himself from the first game of the Game & Watch series. He has his arms and legs levitating around his body, in a similar style of Rayman. His body and head appears to be a shape of a circle, and also has thinner limbs. Some of his body parts (such as his legs and arms) are detached from his body and separated in two, but that doesn't apply for his legs, and he also has a large straight pointy nose. He has circular eyes with circular pupils and ears. He is also seen juggling three balls.
In his Spitball Sparky form, Mr. Game & Watch has two small circular eyes and his nose is replaced with a large puffshooter, along with wearing masculine shoes. Typically, he is seen blowing or shooting puffs of air above him from his puffshooter for his nose, and can be able to shoot puffs of air upwards or forwards, which is used for attacking opponents.
In his Octopus form, Mr. Game & Watch wears a diving helmet while collectiing loot in the ocean, and his head inside is intangible. This is also used for attacking opponents, performing an upward-arcing headbutt towards opponents, evidently with lots of force to launch them upwards to KO them. In one of Mr. Game & Watch's artworks by the fans, the symbol on the center of his diving helmet is stylized as the Smash Ball from the Super Smash Bros. series.
In his Fire Attack form, Mr. Game & Watch appears be a somewhat-looking caveman with an angered look, a fire match being held by a disjointed arm, along with wearing caveman-esque clothes. Another form of Mr. Game & Watch in Fire Attack is seen, with Mr. Game & Watch in a fedora hat and in cowboy-esque clothes, along with a hammer being held by two disjointed arms.
In his Helmet form, Mr. Game & Watch simply wears a helmet which is used for attacking opponents, performing a sliding headbutt towards the opponents along the ground. This is also worn for evading falling objects.
In his Fire form, Mr. Game & Watch is bounced upwards from a trampoline, utilized by a pair of firefighters. In his Parachute form, Mr. Game & Watch deploys a big parachute that can allow him to make soft landings, especially when landing on another form of Mr. Game & Watch's boat around the ocean.
In his Tropical Fish form, Mr. Game & Watch holds a fish bowl which a pair of fish tosses themselves out of it, and Mr. Game & Watch has to put the fish back to the bowl, as introduced from the Game & Watch series. During the minigame, Mr. Game & Watch protrayed to have a more human-like look, like in Greenhouse.
In his Turtle Bridge form, Mr. Game & Watch (with a pair of eyes and in masculine clothes, holding a boomerang/parachute given by another version of Mr. Game & Watch seen in Turtle Bridge with a pair of large eyes and a furry hat and a disjointed arm) walks or jumps over turtles in the water as a bridge to get to the other side. This is also used for attacking opponents, biting opponents via the turtle for 4 times. Another form of Mr. Game & Watch in Turtle Bridge is seen, with Mr. Game & Watch, with disjonted arms, wearing masculine clothes and a furry hat. He is seen at the other side during the minigame, where he is waiting for the other version of Mr. Game & Watch to give the boomerang/parachute.
In his Greenhouse form, otherwise known as Stanley, Mr. Game & Watch has a pair of straight small eyes, and two fronds of hair, a pair of ears, a smaller nose, a fumigator hat and fumigator clothes; such as white gloves and boots, and a white strip on his body. He is also seen holding a gas-shooter. In one of the official Greenhouse artworks, Stanley depicted to have a more human-like look.
In his Vermin form, Mr. Game & Watch has a somewhat similar appearance to his Ball form, with the expections of the lack of a nose, blank white eyes and the same-colored mouth, and his legs are attached to his body, along with a pair of ears. He is seen holding a pair of disjointed hammers, which can be slammed on the ground to bury opponents, in case of being used for attacking opponents.
In his Manhole form, Mr. Game & Watch (with a neck and fingers, a pair of stitched eyes, fresh human-like teeth, and a somewhat big body similar to his Ball form, along with a non-visible nose) holds out a bridge for other multi-clones of Mr. Game & Watch or other characters to pass by. This was first introduced in one of the Game & Watch minigames, Manhole. The real version of Mr. Game & Watch is seen sprinting above the platform. In one of the official Manhole artworks, Mr. Game & Watch and Manhole were protrayed to have a more human-like look instead of being black-colored?
In his Flagman form, Mr. Game & Watch appears to wear a somewhat-looking farmer/pirate outfit, while he has small blank white eyes and a large white smile on his face, along with a neck, fingers and ears, a non-visible nose, and disjointed arms and legs. He is typically seen holding a pair of flags that shows either number, 1 or 2, and sometimes sticks his feet out that shows either number, 3 or 4. Mr. Game & Watch's official artwork in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate shows him waving a flag that shows the number 1, which is based on Flagman.
In his Lion form, Mr. Game & Watch wears a police-like hat while thrusting a chair towards lions or opponents, making him more like a officer version of Mr. Game & Watch. This can also be used for attacking opponents, thrusting a chair towards opponents.
In his Judge form, Mr. Game & Watch appears with a pair of big straight eyes, the same body-style of his Ball form, disjointed arms and legs, and multiple fresh teeth. His shoes are similar to those of his Ball form, with the expections of being smaller and thinner. Typically, he is seen holding a hammer seperated from his hand and a number sign that shows a random number from 1-9. The number 9 deals strong knockback via electricity to opponents, in case of being used for attacking opponents.
In his Oil Panic form, Mr. Game & Watch is seen wearing a helmet, a pair of large eyes, a gas-station uniform, a smaller nose, a pair of fresh human-like teeth, a pair of masculine shoes, and a disjointed arm. He is typically seen with a large bucket that can be filled with oil. Four other characters in Oil Panic are seen, such as Mr. Game & Watch with a large white smile and sewed eyes in a working outfit (a fedora hat and a bowtie). Another form of Mr. Game & Watch is seen in Oil Panic, with a smaller nose, a large body and ears, and is typically seen holding a large bucket where it can be filled with oil. A female version of Mr. Game & Watch is seen in Oil Panic, known as Mrs. Game & Watch, with a ponytail for hair, a long dress, a pointy nose, a pair of small circular eyes and a pair of heels. An officer/police version of Mr. Game & Watch is seen in Oil Panic, wearing a police outfit, also having a neck and a disjointed arm, which is holding a bell similar to the bell that belongs to the real version of Mr. Game & Watch.
In his Chef form, Mr. Game & Watch is seen in a chef outfit and a smaller and thinner nose, along with fingers and a pair of sewed eyes. He is typically seen with a frying pan, which he can toss food out of.
Super Smash Bros.
Mr. Game & Watch makes his first playable appearance in Super Smash Bros. Melee as the last of the unlockable characters. He also appears in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS and Wii U and finally Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with the latter being appeared as most likely the final unlockable character ot the veterans. Since he joined Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mr. Game & Watch is already a top-tier character due to having numerous strengths.
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Mr. Game & Watch is first playable in Super Smash Bros. Melee as the last of the Melee veterans and the last of the unlockables, and this is the first game he was ever playable throughout the series.Mr. Game and Watch can be unlocked one of four ways: completing either Classic Mode or Adventure Mode with all characters on any difficulty and stock or the Target Test with all characters, or playing 1000 vs. mode matches. He also makes an appearance as three trophies that can be obtained in the game after completing Adventure, All-Star or Classic Mode.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Mr. Game & Watch returns as an unlockable playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, returning from Super Smash Bros. Melee.
Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Mr. Game & Watch once again makes his appearance as an unlockable playable character in Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, returning from Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Mr. Game & Watch makes his appearance as an unlockable playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, returning from Super Smash Bros. For Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, arguably the final unlockable character in the game in the main roster before Pichu. Mr. Game & Watch can be unlocked in three ways: completing Pikachu's route in Classic Mode 6 times, being the 6th character to be unlocked after Isabelle, or playing VS. matches, being the 52nd character to be unlocked, or having him join the player's party in World of Light.
Super Mario Brothers
Mr. Game & Watch makes his various appearances in some of the video-games of the Super Mario Bros. series, along with the other characters who came from the other games. His playable role is still unknown by this time.
Wario Land 4
In Wario Land 4, a character that is very similar to Mr. Game & Watch appears as the Item Shopkeeper. She is an alternate form of the Black Cat's (which is actually Princess Shokora in her feline form) and serves as the shopkeeper of the Item Shop. She also appears as pictures on the walls of the level Hall of Hieroglyphs. A notable difference between Mr. Game & Watch and the Item Shopkeeper is that the shopkeeper has eyes.
Super Mario Odyssey
Mr. Game & Watch makes a cameo appearance in Super Mario Odyssey, where he makes a cameo role in the city challenges. Mr. Game & Watch does not make his appearance anywhere else other than the challenges in the city while progressing through the game.
- Mr. Game & Watch's nickname is "Game&Watch".
- As Mr. Game & Watch is referred as "The Master of Two Dimensions," he appears be two-dimensional currently. In certain cases, he appears 3D instead.
- Mr. Game & Watch is the third of the 3 characters to have the lowest crouch in the game, the others being Kirby and Jigglypuff.
- Due to possessing multiple strengths, Mr. Game & Watch is currently one of the top-tier characters in the game.
- Mr. Game & Watch's Classic Mode artwork is a reference to how many years since the first Game & Watch release in 2019 (39 years).
- Mr. Game & Watch and Jigglypuff are the only two characters to have a deadly special side attack which will KO opponents at all damage-precentages.
- However, while Jigglypuff only has Rest, Mr. Game & Watch has Judge and Oil Panic that will 0% KO opponents.
- This is the first game of the series where Mr. Game & Watch’s official artwork shows him holding an object other than his signature bell, as he is instead holding the flag from Flagman.
- In Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, one of Mr. Game & Watch's victory poses was him hopping up to the air numerous times.
- In Super Smash Bros. Melee and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, Mr. Game & Watch's movest was different than his one in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, such as his up aerial and his bomb replaced by a box from Super Mario Bros.
- From other games of Super Smash Bros, his side taunt is replaced with a different one: with Mr. Game & Watch performing some sort of disco-dance, raising his finger from behind to in front of him. This was originated from Super Smash Flash 2.
- Some sort of bug was seen on Mr. Game & Watch's down throw in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, where it was supposed to launch the opponent towards the ground, but instead launches the opponent upwards, which is capable of KOing opponents who have the highest damage, along with up throw.