This is a guide on how to use Stage Builder in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for the Nintendo Switch. Learn about Stage Builder mode, drawing stages with the Nintendo Switch in handheld mode, designing stages with layers, and sharing content here.
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Stage Builder is exactly as its name suggests, a mode where you can build your own stages. Stage builder was added to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate in Ver. 3.0.0, and allows players to choose the stage size and draw any kind of stage they like. There is a toolbar on the left side of the screen with different options to choose from, so experiment with it and test out the stages you build.
While using the Nintendo Switch in handheld mode, you can use the touch screen feature to draw stages in Stage Builder. If you find drawing with a controller to be too awkward, this can be a convenient alternative.
Players can now design stages that have layers, meaning that stages can have a foreground and background in addition to where the characters actually fight. This is purely cosmetic, as characters cannot interact with the foreground or background, but it is a nice addition to Stage Builder mode from previous Super Smash Bros. titles.
Not only can you build stages, but you can download custom stages and Mii Fighters or upload your own. Try sharing your creations and trying out other players' as well!
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|How to Wall Jump|
|Best Controller to Buy||Best Custom Control Settings|
|List of Echo Fighters||Physical and Digital Differences|
|How to Save Replays|
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