- This article is about Peach's Castle as it appeared in Super Smash Flash. For the Super Smash Flash 2 incarnation, see Peach's Castle (Super Smash Flash 2).
|Appearance||Super Smash Flash|
Peach's Castle is a starter stage in Super Smash Flash. Like Emerald Hill Zone and Temple, it is a custom stage and has never appeared in any of the Super Smash Bros. games. Is is also the biggest stage in the game.
The battle takes place in the gardens instead of the castle's roof like in Melee. The player can get down to a second plain that has a warp pipe and pond of water. It is one of the games' largest stages. There are blocks from Super Mario World in this stage that the player can jump onto, but it is very tricky.
- The music track is an incomplete rendition that loops early of the Princess Peach's Castle track from Melee.
|Game||Super Smash Flash|
|Notes||First fighting match in Adventure mode.|
|← Peach's Castle →|
Peach's Castle appears as the second level of Adventure mode after completing Super Mario World. The player is pitched on a 2 vs. 1 match where he/she has to defeat two Marios, with one stock each one.
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Peach's Castle first made an appearance in Super Mario 64, serving as a central hub for the game. After that, the castle began to frequently appear throughout the Mario series, serving as a landmark in the Mushroom Kingdom and is resided by Princess Peach and her servants the Toads.