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Overview Edit

  • There are a variety of ways users can communicate with each other within the world of Smash Supreme to aid strategic play and a sense of community.
    • Availability of certain communication may be limited to specific game modes.
      • Chat is not available during PvP battles, though emojis are!
  • Chat can be accessed via the speech bubble shown above; where the speech bubble is visible a form of communication is available.

In-Game Chat Edit

  • Text chat is available within Smash Supreme during certain scenarios, those instances are as follows:

Emojis Edit

Emoji menu icon
  • Emojis are another way, much like chat, players can communicate with their opponent and/ or other team members.
    • Due to the speed of PvP battles, Emojis are a fast, fun and effective way of communicating with another player.
  • Users can have up to 4 usable emojis at one time, these can be swapped and changed around in the customise page accessible on the main menu.
    • Extra emojis (a method of communication) can be gained through the opening of crates within

the game.

  • Emojis are useable during at any stage within a battle and appear above a characters head.


Emoji List Edit

Emoji Description

Available without an unlock?

How to unlock?
Emote angry
Angry
Checked
N/A
Emote glare
Glare
Checked
N/A
Emote shocked
Shocked
Checked
N/A
Emote cry
Cry
Checked
N/A
Emote blank
Blank
Checked
N/A
Emote wink
Wink
Checked
N/A
Emote smug
Smug
Checked
N/A
Emote smile
Smile
Checked
N/A
Emote cheeky
Cheeky
Checked
N/A
Emote grin
Grin
Checked
N/A
Emote eyeroll
Eye Roll
Checked
N/A

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Customising Active Emojis Edit

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Guild Communication Edit

  • With the formation of guilds, groups of players are able to discuss strategies, moves and planned battles in a private space.
    • Within the guild chat, players can talk via instant messaging as well as posting emojis.
  • Players must first join a guild before they are able to view any guild communications.

Broadcasting Chat Edit

  • Similarly to other video game broadcasting platforms such as Twitch.TV, Mobcrush and YouTube, users watching broadcasts through Smash Supreme will be able to communicate with one another via the on-screen broadcasting chat.
    • Smash Supreme's broadcasting chat is in a separate instance to other broadcasting platforms and therefor viewing the game using this system means users CANNOT communicate with viewers from other broadcasting platforms.
  • Broadcasting can be hidden and made visible again at any time during a broadcast via the arrow toggle on the left hand side of the screen.


Special Emojis Edit

  • Special Emojis can be purchased using gems or opened in crates
  • Special Emojis can only be used during a broadcast by a viewer watching the broadcast via the mobile Smash Supreme application.
    • Everyone viewing the stream will able to see special emojis regardless of the platform they are viewing the battle on.

Tournament Chat Edit

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