In contrast to more typical fighting games, success in Super Smash Bros. Melee does not automatically follow from dealing the most significant damage to your opponent. Instead, gamers competing against one another are tasked with pushing their adversaries outside the stage’s confines. The majority of assaults cause injury and have the potential to knock back the opponent if sufficient damage is inflicted. A meter that displays the damage taken in percentage form is the basis for determining each character’s current health status. When the percentage figure is higher, the player is knocked back further, and it is simpler to eliminate them from the stage. Most Super Smash Bros. Melee moves may be accessible by pressing just one button and pointing the joystick in the desired direction, unlike other games in the same genre, in which button-input combinations enter moves.