Super Smash Friends is a fan game/spin-off made by ThatOneNeighbor
The story is about the HTF Fanon characters wandering in the forest. An unknown blue character is frantically running through the forest when he/she bumps into Sapphire. They sit up and stare at her for a moment before getting up and opening a portal. Sapphire, being a child, gets curious and wonders where it leads to. She waits for them to do something and they call for backup. Suddenly, 5 more characters come through the portal. Sapphire freaks out and tries running away. They abduct her and take her into the portal. She switches with her relative turvy and she starts yelling for help. The rest of the gang, Dongo, Cowely, Bristle, and Braidy run over to save her, but it's too late. Now it's up to them and some friends they meet along the way to save her!
(Will update when my tablet stops being retarded)
Gameplay; The first level is the forest. The first few enemies are weak little puppies. They aren't willing to attack unless you get hit by the randomly falling whistles. If you're touched by one, the puppies onscreen will all growl and try to attack. They get 3 times the health of when they started, so you have to hit them 4 times. You can climb trees and jump into the river to stall them, but they will still try to hit you. Once you get to the halfway point, a boss starts to follow you in the background. As you get closer to the exit, it will get bigger and bigger until you get near the end of the level. It will then jump from the background and aim at you. It has 16 bars of health, so you have to hit it with (at the very least) 16 weak attacks. It attacks with a battle axe at first, hitting and swinging it at you, jumping from time to time if you try to jump over it twice in a row. But once it gets hit to the point of loosing half or more health, it will get furious abd ditch the battleaxe, zooming around, doing Sonic-esqe spin dashes and blasting you with magic. When it gets defeated, it uses it's dying breath to point somewhere, showing Baxter examining a flower.