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Little Mac is a playable character in the fighting video game, M.U.G.E.N Trilogy. He was confirmed along with the other characters who appear in Super Smash Bros. 4 on June 30, 2016. Kōsuke Toriumi provides the role for Little Mac in this fighting game, using voice clips recycled from Super Smash Bros. for 3DS / Wii U.


Hailing from The Bronx, New York, Mac aspired to become a professional boxer. However, standing at only 4'8"/142 cm in the NES installments and 5'7"/170 cm in the Wii installment, his small stature turned most trainers away from taking him on. Upon meeting former heavyweight champion Doc Louis, however, Mac became strong enough to enter a boxing tournament hosted by the World Video Boxing Association (WVBA) under the ring name Little Mac, defeating opponents who were increasingly bigger than him, ultimately becoming the WVBA champion by knocking out the top-ranked boxer (either real-life boxer Mike Tyson in the original NES installment, Mr. Dream in all re-releases of said installment, or Mr. Sandman in the Wii installment).

After conquering a circuit, Mac would continue to train with Doc, often jogging through New York City in a pink sweatsuit while Doc biked ahead. The Wii version also details the other exercises Mac would go through in Doc's gym. The greatest asset Mac gained from this training was Doc's patented Star Punch technique; after stunning an opponent, Mac could deliver a powerful uppercut instead of his usual jabs and hooks.

In the multiplayer "Head-to-Head" mode in Punch-Out!! for Wii, Mac has the ability to transform into a giant called Giga Mac. While in his Giga Mac state, Mac is much slower, but can hit as hard as some of the opponents he faces. This ability later became his Final Smash in both Super Smash Bros. 4 and Ultimate.

How to Unlock

Use Little Mac's Super Smash Bros. amiibo or scan Little Mac's AR Icon from the M.U.G.E.N Trilogy website.

Assist Attacks

Set Name Cross-Over
α Straight Lunge Giga Mac Strike
β Tornado Uppercut Giga Mac Uppercut
γ Jolt Haymaker Giga Mac Strike