Every crossover game has it's content from some sort of other material, and All Star Smashers is no exception. As the origin of some of these characters may not be obvious at first, a list of where everything comes from would be appropriate. Note that the presence of some of these is greater than others.
Adamp5104 appears as a narrator in the game, unlocked by beating Classic Safari with his Bro, Sonny Slaven. Not only that, he also appears in his White Houzers form in Talk Room, and as well in it's Kruel KO.
Adventures of Sonic the HedgehogEdit
Dr. Robotnik is seen in Sonny's second victory option as the person he beat (although this was just a placeholder).
Queen of all grounded videos. Caillou's appearance, personality and A moves are all mostly based on AfricanVulture's videos.
One of Andrew WK's songs, Party Party Party appears in the KO Sounds and Taunts of Billy Slaven's moveset.
Orange is shown losing in Lee Saunderson's moveset, although he only appears as a placeholder. His video can be played on Billy Slaven's laptop. He's also one of the fruits you can juggle with Grandpa Gorilla.
Banana Globe CityEdit
Home of Grandpa Gorilla and his friends. It appears as a stage in All Star Smashers.
Basildon Town CentreEdit
The town center of Basildon. It's surrounded by shopping complexes, bus stations and statues. Here, it appears as Billy Slaven's stage.
Barney the DinosaurEdit
Barney appears in an enormous form as the final boss of Classic Safari.
Battle for Dream IslandEdit
Puffball and Bubble appear in the background of Elimination Station. Both of them are most likely contestants you can fire from the elimination cannon.
Behavior Card DayEdit
Not really a specific series of videos but an average cliche GoAnimate users do. All of the videos go the same. The good cards (the rewards) go to the characters they like and the bad cards (the punishments) go to the characters they don't. This carries over into All Star Smashers as an item.
Oliver Quinn attacks by releasing a beyblade. Brodi also uses one in her forward throw.
Big Hero 6Edit
Baymax appears in the Elimination Station stage. He's also most likely one of the contestants you can fire out of the Elimination Cannon.
Bill Nye the Science GuyEdit
Dan Gough's personality and actions in All Star Smashers are clearly based off of Bill Nye. A techno remix of his theme even plays throughout the moveset.
Brad's trains and busesEdit
The channel where Brad Till shows things of what he likes. His entire moveset is generally based off of this channel, as he uses trains, elevators and buses. The channel also has two stages (Till Track and Elevator Land) as well as an item (the Lift). Toby Grady comes from here as well.
Butterfinger is evidently Smash Jarin's favorite candy, as he makes a few references to it in his taunts and A moves. It's also his Lawl Food.
Although they appear in their GoAnimate form, Caillou's B moves and family all come from the TV show. Many appearances from the television program are made including
- Caillou (as a character)
- Boris (In the Stretch Squad, Caillou's intro and Final Smash)
- Doris (In Caillou's Entrance and losing pose)
- Rosie (In Caillou's side smash)
- Caillou's Grandpa (In Caillou's Up Special)
In Action 52's Final Smash, the player pulled from the TV is Captain N, and he retains his moveset from Smash Bros. Lawl Nova.
Why the frick wouldn't he be here? Chadtronic's moveset is generally based off his reaction videos. His room also appears as a stage.
A robot toy in Toyworld (although he's really his own brand). He appears as a trophy.
Chuck. E Cheese'sEdit
Caillou's weird obsession, or at least in the grounded videos. It appears as a stage and is mentioned in Caillou's first victory option. The cheese is also Caillou's lawl food.
The Chuckle Brothers are an assist trophy, playing their game of "to me, to you" with a ball.
Danny Gets GroundedEdit
Although his name is Lee Saunderson, the character's appearance and general attitude towards certain things come from Danny Gets Grounded. Most of Lee's moves revolve around Lee Saunderson's DVD reviews, but there are a few cases in which they are based on Danny Gets Grounded, such as his Down Smash, where he gets fat and runs around, or his side smash, where he points a sign that says "GROUNDED". His father from the series also appears (in his Classic Safari and The Stretch Squad) as well as an item named Best Beverage.
Diary of a Wimpy KidEdit
The series protagonist Greg Heffley is getting a moveset. Rodrick was on the Empty Slot but was removed after J Man12 made his moveset.
The Daleks appear multiple times, as minions in The Stretch Squad and in Matthew's Down B. And although it's called "Weewoo Warehouse", Matthew's stage is the Dalek Ships from Doctor Who. Angry Boss's Side B involves a TARDIS.
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. HydeEdit
One of the most unplayable games on the NES. Appears as a trophy.
Chadtronic's Neutral B involves him shooting down ducks from this game. If the bullet hits someone the dog will appear to laugh at them. The dog is the second character from Smash Brothers to appear in this game.
Edward has a meltdown.Edit
A four-part video series of Zoo Tycoon's friend Edward Yui. He has a stage based off of where he was born (Hong Kong) and an assist trophy based off of his friend Mick Ellison. That's really it though- most of his attacks are based off of Hong Kong 97.
The video Eric Gets Strong And Grounds His Dad, which was made by EricGoanimate, was the inspiration for Lee Saunderson's Side Smash.
In Angry Boss's codec on himself, the ending of Evangelion is parodied featuring Angry Boss's co-workers.
Façade music also plays in the attic in the Stretch Squad level "Sherlock's Home".
Cloud Strife appears in-game as one of Angry Boss's character requests.
In Chadtronic's Up B, he rides a chair while F-Zero music plays. You can drive around like you're an F-Zero racer as well.
Finn's 2nd entrance has him yelling "Hey I'm Grump!" like Arin Hanson in Game Grumps. He also does this in one of his taunts. He and Pete additionally sings the Steam Train theme in Elouise's outro. Sonny and Billy's victory options against each other are also references to Game Grumps.
Garfield and FriendsEdit
This incarnation of Garfield is where his voice and most of his looks come from.
The only thing that comes from this DS game is Jean Cloud, who's a boss in the original game.
Go!Animate is a huge part of the series, not only being how it was made, but it's referenced to multiple times. Lots of stages are based directly off of Go!Animate backgrounds such as Grounded Rooms, Wildlife, and Battlefield. There's even a Stretch Squad level (GoAnimate City) based directly off of these backgrounds. A lot of the game's music is ripped directly from Go!Animate, and even the owners get a mention- Alvin Hung is a trophy in-game. There are also numerous GoAnimate voices who appear as Narrators, including Eric, Diesel and French Fry.
The website's mascot appears as an assist trophy. He sings to bother the grumpier characters.
Green Eggs and HamEdit
Green Eggs and Ham appears in the form of a stage named Seuss Railway, which is shown when the characters are on a train. The stage is DLC and was originally supposed to be scrapped.
Kevin the Teenager's voice can be heard saying "I know!" right before Grandpa Gorilla's losing pose.
Harry Hill's Fruit CornerEdit
Harry Hill's first television appearance. He has a future moveset but little is known about it.
There are two Harry's Island character (three if you count Elouise) being Matthew Whitehead and Harry Bradshaw. The game also has three stages based on it, being Harry's White House, Harry's Island, and Weewoo Warehouse. Not to mention it also includes two items- the Tag Leaf and the Joshua Phone. Zombie Wildlife and Shrek the Dinosaur come from here too.
Hong Kong 97Edit
The series of cartoons gives a lot of content to All Star Smashers. For one, Henry and Margaret are included as playable characters. Henry's house is a stage, and the Triple Trouble Blaster is included as an item. This little worm also appears as an Assist Trophy.
Finn can do a laugh in his up B. When one does so he laughs in Bowser's voice from the Phillips CDI game Hotel Mario.
Hunchback of Notre DameEdit
Frollo appears in Lee's Neutral B, Disney DVDs. If one catches him, he'll go up to people and burn them. He also appears in his loss pose in Lee's moveset, although he's not an actual character and was only a place holder. Hunchback of Notre Dame also appears in Lee's down aerial, in which he slams down a book of it. The cathedral from the movie also appears as a stage.
In Brad's first victory option, he sings the Inspector Gadget theme song.
I Wonder What Happens in Tales of Monkey IslandEdit
Guybrush appears in Sonny's first victory option, as the person he beat. As usual this was just a placeholder.
The results background of Lawl Bros Mansion is taken from Ib. This is because Mary is one of the main characters in Lawl Bros. Her theme song from the game is also an unlockable song on the same Stage.
Just Do ItEdit
Shia LaBeouf appears as an assist trophy here. He also appears in Sonny's entrance, motivating him to get up. There's also a stage loosely based off of him, The City of Just Doing it. His voice appears in Billy Slaven's down throw.
Kirby's Dream LandEdit
Kirby appears in Brodi's down B, in which he follows her around, attacking opponents. He's the first character in Super Smash Brothers who directly appears in game, the other being the Duck Hunt Dog.
Kung Fu PandaEdit
Amanda is clearly inspired by the Dreamworks move Kung Fu Panda. Not only that but it makes a few other appearances and cameos in the game. All of the music in Bamboo Hut comes from the movie, and Po can be seen in the hut.
A few of Sonny's moves come from the series Lawl Bros. Lawl Bros also has it's own stages, being the Lawl Bros Mansion. Caillou's final smash also comes from his appearance in a Lawl Bros. episode in which he sings at a karaoke before being caught by his dad.
Lee's channel and where most of his moves come from. In the channel he reviews and unboxes DVDs from various companies, which is the primary source of his moveset, such as his neutral B. There's also a stage based off of his channel, being UnBoxing Room.
Legend of Zelda: Faces of EvilEdit
Morshu's shop appears in-game, as a place where you can buy various trophies and items. Morshu also appears losing in Lee's moveset although only as a placeholder. When Pete asks Finn if he would like to fight in Finn's moveset, he does it in CDI Link's voice. Gwonam was an Empty Slot character but he did not succeed.
A large amount of Lee's moveset comes from Looney Tunes. His entrance is traveling through the portal that appears at the start of every short, the theme appears in his classic mode, and the portal appears in his third victory option. Many of his moves have Looney Tunes characters, such as:
- Bugs Bunny (In his Side B and Final Smash)
- Daffy Duck (In his Down B)
- Taz (In his Neutral Aerial)
- Wil. E Coyote (In his Ledge Attack)
- Tweety and Sylvester (In his Up Smash)
- Elmer Fudd (In his down throw)
Madagascar: Operation PenguinEdit
The Gameboy Advance game has a few music credits. For one, the Toboggan Training theme plays when Super Minecraft Kid attacks Chadtronic in The House of Fear. Two of the game's tunes also play in Grandpa Gorilla's moveset.har
The Incinerator Tunnel appears as a DLC stage in the game. At the end of Lee's classic mode, it shows Aya being grounded by her father (despite the fact that Zoo Tycoon stated that he had never seen a grounded video with her).
In his Final Smash, Harry B sings a song that is a parody of Madness's "Driving in My Car". The original song appears as an unlockable song in Harry's White House.
In Chadtronic's Final Smash, you can throw a blue shell at whoever's winning the match, which will instantly KO them- making them as frustrating in All Star Smashers as they are in Mario Kart.
Yes, even the fast food restaurant makes an appearance in this game. It appears as a stage and is mentioned several times.
Mega Character EliminatonEdit
Megaman music plays while Chadtronic goes on his rampage in his final smash.
An infamous user who mostly made "bad user" videos out of people he didn't like. He works for Matthew Whitehead in the Stretch Squad.
Metal Gear SolidEdit
Box Snake appears, but only as one of Angry Boss's character requests. Additionally, he surprise noise from Metal Gear Solid plays when Bruceton notices Angry Boss's trophy in The Stretch Squad.
Although the character is Smash Jarin, a few mentions of MimeFan himself are made. He appears in the outro of Smash Jarin's moveset, and in the Angry Boss Codec Smash Jarin is referred to as MimeFan.
Super Minecraft Kid is portrayed as a creeper in this game. Not only that, but in Chadtronic's side B, you can launch a creeper out of the door. SMK generally uses Minecraft weapons to attack. Zombie Pigmen are a large part of Billy Slaven's moveset.
Major Nixel makes two appearances in this game. One being in Smash Jarin's third victory option, and the other as a contestant you can fire out of the Elimination cannon.
Mr. Bean beats Lee in his moveset, although once again he only appears as a placeholder and is not an actual character. His "If you know what I mean" face also represents how attracted a character becomes in the Character Rankings. He also appears in Pete the Cheerful Bus Driver's intro.
My Little Pony: Friendship is MagicEdit
Despite having no characters, MLP plays a surprisingly large role in All Star Smashers, especially in Sonny's moveset. Appearances in his moveset include:
- His entrance
- His Up B
- His Down tilt
- His grab
Other appearances include Sunset Shimmer appearing in Billy Slaven's intro, multiple Empty Slot characters, a DLC stage, and appearances from Fluttershy in the Angry Boss Codecs. Finally, Rarity is a much desired and speculated character by fans.
A learning program and the origin of Talking Joe's many moves. It has two stages, The House of Fear and The Islands of Ness, an item, the hairy thing, and even it's own Stretch Squad level. It even has it's own alt, TJ dressed up as Glynn from Glynn Goes Fishing. Burt the Boss is included as well.
The song "Blue Monday" appears in multiple parts of the game, all directly related to Hilary. It appears in the battle against Tim Carter in a Stretch Squad level and also appears as a music track on the stage Sherlock's Home.
New Super Mario Bros. WiiEdit
The noise the propeller suit makes when it flies also in Maxwell's moveset as a helicopter flying. The jungle theme also plays on Chubby Life.
Ninja Sex PartyEdit
A karaoke for Ninja Sex Party's Attitude City plays throughout Billy's moveset. His Final Smash is also a reference to another NSP song called Dragon Slayer.
Ninja Tuna is the album which the song "Kalimba" by Mr. Scruff originated. Yuuki Ogata's neutral attack involves him listening to Kalimba for eight minutes before yelling. It also plays on The Road to School.
A guy who parodies GoAnimate tropes. He appears in one of Smash Jarin's A moves (where he kicks forward) and as a trophy. He's also most likely one of the contestants you can launch from an elimination cannon.
Panty and Stocking with GarterbeltEdit
On the stage Space Jam there's a chance that a rendition of Scanty and Kneesock's theme remixed with the Space Jam theme will play.
Papa Louie: When Pizzas AttackEdit
In Brad's final smash, he drinks Pepsi before becoming huge and wrecking the stage. Pepsi also appears as his Lawl Food.
Pepsiman gets a small mention in Angry Boss's codec on Brad Till, in which Angry Boss says "Who does this guy think he is, Pepsiman!?".
Pete the Cheerful Bus DriverEdit
Pete the Cheerful Bus Driver comes from the short youtube series of the same name. Finn Palmer also originates from the same video series. The Traffic Lights are also loosely based off of them. Little Andrew and his bus also come from here.
This stage is actually Radstock Museum, a museum in England that provides info about the history of Somerset life.
The famous singer's most popular song, "Never Gonna Give You Up" played throughout Bruceton's moveset, and is also one of Bruceton's starter songs on The Boss' Officetop.
In Billy Slaven's Final Smash, the Rocky theme plays as he dances.
In his final smash, Sonny drives The Mystery Machine. Now where do you think he got that??
There's as much Scribblenauts content as there are words in Scribblenauts! (Okay ,that's 100% false, but still.) Maxwell appears as a playable character, his doppleganger as an assist trophy, and Ollars as the main currency. You can also duke it out on Edwin's Farm or the Metaforest.
Smash Bros Lawl GoAnimateEdit
Smash Bros Lawl GoAnimate, or SBLGA for short, was a Lawl series made by Adamp5104, which also includes Sonny Slaven as a playable non-joke character. Because of this, Sonny decided to make custom SSBLGA movesets of Angry Boss and Bruceton for fun, before they joined All Star Smashers. Many of their attacks in All Star Smashers were originally in Sonny's custom movesets of them first. Mitt Romney, the Narrator for SSBLGA, also appears as a Narrator here in All Star Smashers.
Sonic the HedgehogEdit
In his Side B, Sonny fights with Chaos Sonic, doing damage to himself. If Chadtronic's door catches a Smash Ball, Sanic will throw Sonic 06 at Chadtronic for him to react to.
Space Jam appears as a stage, where it's theme tune plays. It's also referenced in a few of Lee's moves, such as in his Final Smash and up smash, in which he plays basketball.
Batiatus is shown dead on the ground in Brad's third victory option, although this was only a placeholder. Later Zoo Tycoon 64 said he would never make a moveset for him.
Patrick defeats Brad in his moveset. Similarly to Spartacus, Zoo Tycoon 64 later said he wouldn't make any Spongebob-related characters.
In Harry Bradshaw's Down B, he gets tagged by Harry Tagwell, who is clearly a Star Trek character (Go!Animate once had a Star Trek theme).
Zoo Tycoon 64's uncle makes appearance as a playable character in this game. His house also serves as a stage and a Stretch Squad level. He also has his own item, the Bouncy Ball. Uncle Gerald comes to fight too.
Super Mario 64Edit
The theme from Big Boo's Haunt plays throughout Talking Joe's moveset. The music from from the Luigi's Casino minigame from the DS version also plays in Chubby Life. A SM64 sound effect will also play when you enter Lee's TV in the stage UnBoxing Room.
Super Mario Bros.Edit
The NES classic makes an appearance in multiple places. Once is the stage Level 1-2, a DLC stage that was originally supposed to be scrapped. Also, at the rival battle in Classic Safari, the two characters jump out of green pipes, both making the sound that they did in the NES game.
Super Mario Bros. 3Edit
The airship theme plays when Tim Carter confronts Hilary in The Stretch Squad, particularly the Super Smash Bros. Brawl rendition.
Super Minecraft KidEdit
Although his appearance is taken from the game, Super Minecraft Kid originates from the channel of the same name. Very little is known about his moveset as of now but one can assume his moveset is also based off of his channel.
Super Smash Bros.Edit
Although it never directly says it's name, All Star Smashers is largely a clone of the Super Smash Bros. games. The gameplay style, mechanics, and general look is near the exact same with various additions. Most of the sound effects (especially for hitting) come from Super Smash Brothers' library of sound. Aditionally, the stage Final Destination and the items Smash Ball, Assist Trophy, and Capsule are ripped directly from the Super Smash Brothers game. Various music tracks composed for Super Smash Brothers appear in game, such as on the stage Battlefield. Aditionally, the game has it's own Subspace Emisarry-style story mode, The Stretch Squad.
Overall, although not directly related to Super Smash Brothers, All Star Smashers has many elements and assets either inspired or taken from the series of games.
Super Smash Bros Lawl NovaEdit
As previously mentioned, Action 52 pulls Captain N from a TV in his final smash. Captain N's moveset is an exact duplicate of the one in Super Smash Bros Lawl Nova.
Super Why apears in Brodi's up B, in which he comes to pick her up and fly her around.
Super Zombie WorldEdit
A free game one can find on the Apple app store. Although the game itself has squat to do with All Star Smashers, the zombie on the front appears in Matthew's entrance.
TJ retains a few moves from his comic series, such as his three of his B moves, and many A moves. Most of his other moves come from Nessy however.
Sonny's moveset is generally based off of his early GoAnimate videos. All of his moves (Excluding his Up B) all come from the videos on his GoAnimate page, or things he's referenced in them. Multiple characters other than Sonny important to the channel also appear, such as Billy Slaven, Angry Boss, and Bruceton. Additionally, the four characters each have a stage that is truly exclusive to the series- Sonny's being the Talk Room, Billy's being Basildon Town Centre, and both Angry Boss and Bruceton's being The Boss' Officetop. They also have two confirmed items, the Weegee Bomb and Billy's laptop. Troll J also appears as an assist trophy, and Daniel Weywards appears as an Assist Character to Sonny.
Team Fortress 2Edit
Engineer is seen as the loser in Sonny Slaven's third victory option.
The Teletubbies have appeared in the All Star Smashers Empty Slots, but have failed to actually win one. Despite this, the Sun Baby still appears as an Assist Trophy.
The Amazing World of GumballEdit
Gumball dances with Jarin in his third victory option. He was also an empty slot character with his brother Darwin but was later removed when another lawler made them.
The host of The Apprentice, Sir Alan Sugar appears as a Narrator in All Star Smashers.
The Frollo ShowEdit
Sonny and Billy's Victory animation in Team Battle involves the two brothers raving, like what Frollo and Gaston did in Frollo Reads Mein Kampf. The same ravesong used in that episode even plays while they're raving. Sonny's Down Taunt is also a reference to this very same episode.
The Garfield ShowEdit
Although it brings almost nothing else to the table, this is the origin of the stage Arbuckle Lane.
The Harry Hill MovieEdit
The main antagonist, Otto Hill, is getting a moveset in the future.
The John ShowEdit
An MS-Paint nightmare. John appears as the winner in Thin Air's losing pose, and also appears as a trophy one can collect.
The Legend of ZeldaEdit
Multiple things from Brodi's moveset originate from here. One happens to be the triforce mechanic that appears in her moveset. Her Side B clearly imitates the Hylian Shield, and the Master Sword appears as an item. Link appears on a stone in Pointy Roots too. The game's fairies also appear as a trophy.
The Lion KingEdit
Simba appears in Lee's Neutral B, Disney DVDs. He starts out as a cub but then grows up to roar at people, scaring them away. Pride Rock is a stage as well.
The Powerpuff GirlsEdit
Blossom's voice can be heard saying "You're a bad monkey!" to Grandpa Gorilla right before his losing pose.
In Sonny's neutral B, he throws a pickled egg. This was based off of a Simpsons episode in which Moe used one to determine who would be the designated driver. Bart also appeared as an Empty Slot character but was beaten out.
The Wonder PetsEdit
The Wonder Pets has a strangely large presence in All Star Smashers. Lee's Up B involves him riding the boat that the Wonder Pets ride on. Lee watches the show at the beginning of The Stretch Squad. Not only that, but a number of Lee's A moves involve The Wonder Pets. Moves include his forward aerial where he throws Tuck and his dash attack where he sings the theme. He also says "This is Serious" in his side taunt, yells "Oh my god, I hate the wonder pets, it's kill time!" in his Star KO, and "Yay, the wonder pets are dead for good!" in his second victory option.
This is the EndEdit
The theme song to this apocalyptic comedy movie appears as Billy Slaven's victory theme.
Thomas the Tank EngineEdit
Thomas is mentioned once in Brad Till's down throw. This was inspired by a parody of grounded videos Zoo Tycoon 64.
Total Drama IslandEdit
Sky appeared in Smash Jarin's third victory option. She was also an unsuccessful empty slot character.
Buzz Lightyear is another character who can come from Lee's Disney DVD. He can grab an opponent and star KO them. Not only that but Pizza Planet appears, labeled incorrectly as "Toy Store".
The game has four Toyworld characters, being Amanda the Panda, Oscar the White Tiger, Tabatha the Tortoise, and Ollie the Snow Leopard. It also has two items (Bamboo Drop and Magic Bottle). The game also has two Toyworld stages,Chubby Life and Bamboo Hut. Can't forget the assist trophies- it also features Russ the Goat and Dave the Funky Shoulder Monkey.
Megatron appears in Matthew's first victory option.
Viva La BamEdit
The theme song of this MTV show appears as one of Bruceton's Starter Songs on The Boss' Officetop, as well as his main theme song for Classic Safari. His Classic Safari Story is also a reference to Viva La Bam.
A user that became so hated that he's now the focus of thousands of "grounded" videos. He works for Matthew Whitehead in the Stretch Squad and is also a trophy.
He's an item, the Weegee Bomb. He's also one of Angry Boss's character requests.
Wally! Or Waldo? Beats me. Whatever you call him, he's a trophy.
Who Wants to be a Millionaire?Edit
Believe it or not, even this show can appear in All Star Smashers. The suspenseful music appears as Thin Air's victory theme.
Wolong Panda Breeding CentreEdit
Where the Sneezing Panda, who is an assist trophy, was filmed.
World Wrestling EntertainmentEdit
There are quite a few WWE references in All Star Smashers, largely by Sonny Slaven, due to him being a WWE fan. Examples of this include a picture of Bo Dallas' face appearing in Billy Slaven's moveset, as well as Sonny often saying the word Sawft, which was made famous in WWE by Enzo Amore. Enzo's theme song also plays on the Talk Room, as does Darren Young's theme, and a lyrical version of Apollo Crews' theme. There is also the addition of Bruceton saying similar quotes to The New Day. This could mean he either embraces the power of positivity, or he just does it to make fun of them.
Much like The Apprenice, the only role X-Factor has in All Star Smashers is having Simon Cowell as a Narrator.
Although Brodi's moveset mostly revolves around existing franchises, there are a few things that originate from this channel, such as Brodi herself, and Welsford Street. Megan Williams also appears as a trophy and Oliver Quinn as an assist trophy. Brodi's Neutral B is clearly semi-original.
A Zoo Tycoon park is included as a stage. Grandpa Gorilla can drop down crates from Zoo Tycoon. It's also the namesake of the series' creator.