- This article is about Dream Land's appearance in Super Smash Flash 2. For the Super Smash Flash incarnation, see Dream Land (Super Smash Flash).
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Super Smash Flash 2
It is similar to the official stage with the same name. Whispy Woods, a recurring boss in the Kirby series, is in the middle of the stage, facing right. He blows toward one side of the stage inducing the push effect.
When the v0.4a of the SSF2 Demo was released, Dream Land was almost identical to its appearance in Super Smash Flash, but Whispy Woods' face was slightly different and much smaller than it is currently. It was completely changed in the next demo to a more colorful stage and resized significantly. A new design was introduced when v0.9b was released - less colorful than the past design and greatly resembling the stage from Super Smash Bros.
In the Beta version of Dream Land, in the background can be seen one or more bronto burts flying together, and King Dedede, slowly getting across, from one side to the other. Just like Smash 4.
As stated above, Dream Land is the generic term used for Kirby's homeland, paralleling Mario's Mushroom Kingdom or Link's Hyrule. Whispy Woods is a common boss and was the first boss of the entire Kirby series. A wind attack is used by Whispy Woods in the Kirby series; however, this attack consisted of air puffs that caused damage and did not push the player.
The main music track is titled Dream Land (also known as Gourmet Race) from the Super Smash Bros. original soundtrack.
Dream Land is currently considered to be a counterpick stage. The layout of the stage is balanced enough, but the somewhat larger size and higher platforms make it slightly less balanced than Battlefield and Yoshi's Story, both of which are neutral stages. With that being said, Dream Land is a neutral stage in online tournaments due to the removal of Pokémon Stadium III.