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Second Super Smash Land demo doubles demake's roster


7:00 PM on 02.23.2011
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Dan Fornace's Game Boy-style Super Smash Bros. demake has gotten another playable demo. This second installment of Super Smash Land, as it's been so appropriately titled, adds Link and Pikachu to the roster and new stages.

That makes four characters in total, since Mario and Kirby were already in the first demo. It may not seem like much, but there's a surprisingly amount of detail and thought put into this free game. I could picture Super Smash Land as a real cartridge game had the original Game Boy not predated the Nintendo 64.

Head on over to Piki Geek to grab the PC demo.

Super Smash Land Demo 2 Releases with Kickass Trailer [Piki Geek]






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