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Samus

Game?

Metroid

Gender

Female

Samus Aran is a character in Super Mario Bros. Crossover. She originally appeared in the Metroid games. Along with SOPHIA III, she was the first character to have limited missiles.

ControlsEdit

  • Pressing the Left or Right buttons will cause Samus to move left or right.
  • Pressing the Jump button will cause Samus to jump. While holding Left or Right, pressing the Jump button will cause Samus to flip while jumping.
    • While Samus is in the air, pressing the Down button will cause her to morph into a ball.
      • Note that this does not work if the Classic Samus cheat is turned on.
  • Pressing the Down button will cause Samus to crouch. While Samus is crouching, pressing the Down button will cause her to morph into a ball.
    • While the Classic Samus cheat is turned on, pressing the Down button will cause Samus to morph into a ball.
  • Pressing the Attack button will cause Samus to shoot her stun gun.
    • Pressing Up + Attack will cause Samus to shoot her stun gun upwards.
    • While morphed into a ball, pressing the Attack button will cause Samus to drop a bomb.
  • Pressing the Special button will cause Samus to shoot a missile.
  • While the Classic Samus cheat is turned on, pressing the Select button will causes Samus to equip Missiles (this changes her color), and she can fire Missiles using Attack.
  • Pressing the Select button again will unequip the Missiles.
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BeamEdit

  • Allows Samus to shoot beams a short distance
    • Damage: 150
  • Samus begins with this

MushroomEdit

  • Provides Samus with one extra hit
  • Allows Samus to pick up other power-ups
  • Restores most items lost from getting hit
  • Provides Samus with Long Beam, which allows her beam to shoot across the entire screen

MisslesEdit

  • Allows Samus to shoot missiles
    • Pierces armor
    • Damage: 400
  • Obtained as an enemy drop
    • Provides 2 missiles on pickup
    • Can carry a maximum of 40

Bomb ExpansionEdit

Allows Samus to carry a maximum of 99 MissilesEdit

Ice BeamEdit

  • Allows Samus' beam to freeze enemies
    • Samus can stand on frozen enemies
    • Damage: 150

Wave BeamEdit

  • Causes Samus' beam to shoot in a zigzag pattern, moving up and down rapidly as it shoots across the screen
    • Damage: 150

Screw AttackEdit

  • Allows Samus to damage enemies while spin jumping. Not to be confused with the website of the same name.
    • Pierces armor
    • Damage: Over 9000

Varia SuitEdit

  • Allows Samus to pass through firebars without being damaged

StarmanEdit

  • Samus becomes invincible for a limited time, enabling her to defeat enemies by touching them
  • Grants Samus unlimited missiles for the duration of the invincibility

Skins Currently in the GameEdit

  • Samus Aran (8-bit, from Metroid)
  • Samus Aran (16-bit, custom made based on Super Metroid)
  • Samus Aran (GB, from Metroid 2: Return of Samus)
  • Samus Aran (8-bit, recolor based on Super Mario Bros. Special)
  • Samus Aran (8-bit, inspired by Atari)
  • Samus Aran (No Suit) (8-bit, from Metroid)
  • Samus Aran (No Suit) (16-bit, custom made based on Metroid)
  • Samus Aran (No Suit) (16-bit, custom made based on Super Metroid)
  • Zero Suit Samus (8-bit, custom made based on Metroid: Zero Mission)
  • Dark Samus (16-bit, custom by Ryuza, based on Metroid Prime 3)
  • Pit (8-bit, from Kid Icarus)

Tips for this Edit

  • With Samus, you can get to any height by bomb jumping. To bomb jump, lay a bomb, then lay another right before the first one explodes.
    • You can bomb jump diagonally, if you move slightly to the left or right while bombing.
    • You can "spider ball" on ceilings by bomb jumping horizontally; mastering this can be tricky.
    • If you hit an invisible block while bomb jumping, it will not be triggered until your bomb hits it.
    • You can unmorph in the middle of a bomb jump and shoot stuff; mastering this can be tricky.
    • Set a bomb immediately when descending from peak of jump, then jump again for extra height.
    • You can bomb jump from left to right to left to right (or vice versa) and so forth.
  • Don't try to use the Screw Attack on grounded enemies, it will cancel before you hit them.
  • On amphibious Cheep Cheep levels, continuously move and shoot up. This will prevent most Cheep Cheeps from hitting you on their way down.
  • Choose wisely which beam you want to use: Wave Beam or Freeze Beam?
    • The Wave Beam allows Samus to do maximum damage and its wave motion is effective against swarms of enemies.
    • The Freeze Beam is not as powerful as the Wave Beam, but is used to strategically get way through levels by changing enemies into platforms.

Original Game Edit

  • Samus Aran is from Metroid for the NES.

Gallery Edit

Samus 2

Artwork in Metroid.

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