Poké Floats (Japanese: ポケモン亜空間 Pokémon Subspace) is a stage in Super Smash Bros. Melee that is set in the sky over Kanto. In this stage, the characters battle on top of huge Pokémon-shaped balloon floats. It was one of the two stages to succeed the original's Saffron City, the other being Pokémon Stadium. The players battle on slowly-moving Pokémon balloons and must jump from balloon to balloon in order to survive. After a set amount of time, the characters will start over again at the Squirtle balloon.
List of Poké Floats
The following Pokémon appear on the stage in order.
|Squirtle||The starting float. Starts to sink downwards after a short amount of time.|
|Onix||Appears fron the right as Squirtle is about to disappear, functioning as a long bumpy platform. Eventually sinks diagonally to the right.|
|Psyduck||Rises up from the bottom left shortly after Onix appears. Stays at the left for a while then rises upwards offscreen.|
|Chikorita||Appears from the left around the same time as Psyduck. Stays afloat at the right before drifting away.|
|Weezing||Rises from the bottom right as Psyduck goes offscreen. Starts shrinking as it rises upwards.|
|Slowpoke||Enters from the left around the same time as Weezing. It slowly uncurls its tail before going offscreen to the right.|
|Porygon||Three Porygon quickly travel across from the middle of the stage from right to left.|
|Wooper||Quickly rises from the bottom left then hangs afloat at the right half of the stage. It stays for much longer than most floats. It then moves to the upper-left as Venusaur appears before moving towards the upper-right as Seel is visible as it then floats offscreen.|
|Sudowoodo||Rises from the bottom left, and continuously rises upwards offscreen.|
|Snorlax||Rises from the bottom and remains stationary until Venusaur pushes it down.|
|Venusaur||Enters from the right then travels slowly to the left.|
|Seel||Follows behind Venusaur while slowly bobbing|
|Wobbuffet||Pokes out from the right, then quickly retreats before slowly coming back out into full view. After a short time it slowly disappears to the right.|
|Unown||After Wobbuffet appears, a line of Unown appears. One line goes from right to left while the other goes from left to right.|
|Goldeen||Quickly jumps up and down from the bottom left, then goes down after the third jump.|
|Lickitung||Appears from the left with its tongue extended. Starts slowly moving to the right while retracting its tongue, then disappears while extending its tongue again.|
|Chansey||Jumps up from the bottom-left part of the screen, then from the bottom-right, then from the bottom-left and finally from the bottom-right before disappearing.|
|Geodude||Travels from the left then stops in the middle, before continuing to the right and going offscreen|
After Geodude disapppears, the last few Unown continue traveling before Squirtle reappears from the bottom, then the cycle restarts.
- The background music mixes the Trainer battle music, the Gym Leader battle music, and the wild Pokémon music from Generation I.
- This is the only Pokémon stage to not return in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
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