- “Moves” refer to the attacks characters can use during a battle.
- In Smash Supreme, moves are portrayed as cards.
- There are several different types of moves which can be equipped and/ or unlocked within the game.
- In order to make them much easier to search for, understand and group, moves are separated into “move types”.
- Moves are essential to the Smash Supreme combat system; the entire combat system revolves around the use of moves and micromanaging damage required, damage taken and player/ opponent health.
- Moves can be upgraded to increase their damage in game, though they cannot be modified.
- Moves can be gained in various crates, purchased with gold in the shop, or won in the PvE campaign mode.
- Furthermore, moves can only be upgraded within the dojo, accessible through the Main Menu.
Using Moves Within Combat Edit
- Moves are displayed as cards within Smash Supreme allowing for the construction (and deconstruction!) of decks.
- Deck modification can be done within the dojo, it is here that the user can choose which moves will be available to them within their next battle.
- To use a move during combat, the user must simply tap on the move whilst it is on screen (in their hand).
- There are only ever 3 moves on screen (in the players hand) at any one time.
- If the player's special bar is full, a fourth move will become avaliable - their special move.
- In the case of a full special bar, the players special move will be visible (and usable) within their hand.
- A move's speed, damage, warmup times and other statistics are entirely dependant on the move itself; each move has it's own move type and list of stats.
Move Types Edit
- To make selecting, searching for and organising moves much easier, moves are grouped into move types which best describe what that move does.
- Move groups are as follows: