- For fighter info, see Dr. Mario (SSBM).
Official artwork of Dr. Mario from Dr. Mario Advance.
|Debut||Dr. Mario (1990)|
|Appears in||Super Smash Bros. Melee|
|Console of origin||Nintendo Entertainment System, Game Boy|
In the original, Dr. Mario was briefly mentioned in Mario's biography, among his many other past professions.
In Super Smash Bros. MeleeEdit
As a Playable CharacterEdit
- Main Article: Dr. Mario (SSBM)
Dr. Mario appears in Super Smash Bros. Melee as one of the thirteen new characters introduced. He is a secret character and considered to be a "clone" of Mario, since he is a slower, yet stronger version of Mario. While not many significant differences exist between the two characters, there are a few - the main one being that rather than shooting Fireballs as his Neutral B move, he throws Megavitamins. The subtle differences between Dr. Mario and Mario work to Dr. Mario's favor in the competitive scene, and place him slightly higher on the current tier list.
Dr. Mario, like the rest of the playable characters, has three different trophies dedicated to him. The Viruses from the Dr. Mario game also appear as a trophy. His Classic mode trophy is as follows:
Immaculate in his medical garb, Dr. Mario destroys killer viruses with his amazing vitamin capsules. With his dedicated nurse, Princess Peach, at his side, Dr. Mario spends day and night in his laboratory working on new miracle cures. Somehow he's managed to keep up with all the new viruses that have arisen over the years.
- Dr. Mario, 10/90
Dr. Mario receives representation in Brawl with two songs:
Hacking has revealed partial programmed data in Brawl for Dr. Mario. Some take this as signs of a planned character, but it is also likely, if not more so, that it was there for referential purposes by the programmers, or data imported from Super Smash Bros. Melee. He also may have been an alternate costume for Mario.
- Out of all the characters who were in Melee but not in brawl, Dr.Mario is the only one to not be replaced. Pichu (More or less) was replaced with Pokemon Trainer, Young Link was replaced by Toon Link, Roy was replaced by Ike, and Mewtwo was replaced by Lucario. However, it might be possible they "removed" Melee Mario and replaced him with Brawl Mario, because he's slower and slightly more powerful in Brawl compared to Melee, similar to Dr. Mario in Melee.