Currently, Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl only has a few game modes which players can compete in. However, dataminers have found some files which potentially confirms an item mode is on the way for this platform fighter.
Here's what we know about this leak so far.
Items and Item Mode Leak
As seen on GhostsPumpkinSoup's video, dataminers discovered a list of items that can be spawned in training mode. These items have unique effects and are often themed around a Nickelodeon series. Additionally, these items can assist players in attacking their foes, knocking them off the platform permanently.
Right now though, the developers have yet to officially announce any new modes, gameplay features, and DLCs for Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl. There's also a chance these could've been cut during development.
All The Items Leaked So Far
So far, these datamined items were entirely functional, despite some of them using early models or placeholders within the game. Nevertheless, most items work as (likely) intended, and here's a list of datamined items:
- Turtles Blimp
- Log From Blammo
- Slippery When Wet Danger Sign
- Bouncy Smile Face Deployable (?)
- Treehouse Platform Kit
- 20-sided Dice
- Arnold's Boombox
- Reptar Toy Car
- Industrial Fan
- Sandy's Rocket
- Lawn Gnome
- Tommy's Ball
- Fenton Thermos
- The Suck-o-Matic vacuum cleaner
- Sokka's Boomerang
- Squidward's Clarinet
- Explosive Pie
- Krabby Patty
- Stink Cloud
Some of these items look like they've been reworked into the attacks, alongside special moves for the playable cast.
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Current State Of Items In-Game
Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl's game modes don't currently spawn items. It's normal Stock mode just features fighters duking it out until opponents runs out of lives to return to the platform, no items involved. Elsewhere, the Sports Ball mode features an item, but that's only the ball players need to shoot into the opposing team's goal.
The closest things to items currently is being able to reflect and return projectiles. Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl has a unique system that allows players to interact with projectiles and return it to their foe, rather than simply avoiding them.
Potentially, this system might work on items if Ludosity does add these features.