This plumber in green uses a smaller version of Luigi as a base, so it should come as no surprise that he has various things in common with said character. Luigi's moveset tries to mimic that of the Super Smash Bros. series, such as replacing M.U.G.E.N's standard blocking with a temporary shield and having highly damaging moves that send opponents flying long distances, though it's fortunate that these moves are easily punishable.
Luigi is a spriteswap of N64Mario's Pocket SSB Luigi, being much larger in size and having a different appearance.
This Luigi's weaknesses come from the fact that he has no way to deal with blocking. The only way he can guard any of its opponent's attacks is if he deploys his shield, lasting for a short time if not put away. If the shield breaks, Luigi will be momentarily stunned, leaving him wide open for any oncoming attacks. None of Luigi's attacks penetrate blocks, except for his grabs. Luigi isn't agile, either and lacks in-depth attack options outside a range of fireballs, Luigi Cyclones, Smash Attacks, and Hypers.
Luigi has physics near exactly, if not exactly, the same to Super Smash Bros. on the Nintendo 64. This means that if you know a great combo (Like Down-Air to Up-Special), chances are you can do it in this version. Luigi can be a weapon of mass destruction if you are good with Luigi in Super Smash Bros. 64.
One noticeable flaw about this character is that compared to the original Pocket SSB Luigi, Luigi Cyclone hits twice instead of once, making it deal one third of an opponent's Life per use.
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