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In Melee, Giga Bowser appears as a hidden final boss. To encounter him, all previous stages in the mode have to be completed in under 18 minutes and on Normal difficulty or higher and no continues. If done correctly, a new cutscene will be shown after Giant Bowser is defeated – his trophy will return to the stage and be struck by lightning, causing it to come back to life as Giga Bowser. Then Giga Bowser opens his mouth, and the fight begins (with the trophied Giga Bowser who is now a real life Giga Bowser). Defeating Giga Bowser leads to the completion of the Adventure Mode; defeating him without using a Continue also rewards the player with his trophy.

Giga Bowser also appears in Melee’s final Event Match, alongside Ganondorf and Mewtwo. The match is similar to his appearance in the Adventure Mode, but with the presence of two teammates. Clearing the Event Match allows the player to use Final Destination as a Versus stage, as well as rewarding Final Destination’s trophy; as an added bonus, clearing the match without losing a stock rewards the player with an exclusive Notice.

Giga Bowser makes his debut as a semi-playable character in the Smash series as part of Bowser’s Final Smash. When the Final Smash is activated, Bowser transforms into Giga Bowser, allowing players to take advantage of his increased power and range, as well as different hitbox properties. While Giga Bowser does not flinch during this transformation, the transformation only lasts ten seconds.

Arguably the most dramatic transformation between Bowser and Giga Bowser is the difference between their sizes; Giga Bowser is almost twice as large as Bowser, and even if Bowser is under the influence of a Super Mushroom, Giga Bowser is still slightly larger than him. This larger frame also leads to Giga Bowser being considerably heavier than Bowser, and when fought in Adventure Mode, he is also given a handicap to make him even more difficult to KO. Adding to this, Giga Bowser also has access to some super armor, making it difficult to get him to flinch at some attacks. Giga Bowser cannot be grabbed, inhaled by Kirby, or egg laid by Yoshi.

As a transformation of Bowser, Giga Bowser’s moveset is identical; his attacks, however, are considerably stronger in power and knockback. Some of Giga Bowser’s attacks also have different properties as a result of his transformation; Fire Breath, for instance, does not run out or become weaker the longer it is used. His fire breath move is invincible. In addition, some of Giga Bowser‘s attacks are given unusual hitbox properties: his claw-based attacks ( side tilt, up tilt, down tilt, edge attacks, forward aerial, forward throw, and back throw) all have a darkness hitbox; his shell-based attacks (his up smash, neutral aerial, back aerial, down aerial, and up throw) all have electric hitboxes; his horn-based attacks (his forward smash and pummel) have explosion effects; and his down smash has freezing properties.

Unusually, if Giga Bowser captures an opponent with Koopa Klaw, he can bite his opponent, but no damage will be inflicted unless the opponent is as big as Donkey Kong or Bowser or powered up with a Super Mushroom. In addition to this error, Giga Bowser’s fastfalling speed is identical to his ordinary falling speed.

Visually, Giga Bowser has more pronounced physical features than the normal Bowser; aside from the aforementioned size, Giga Bowser has longer and less-bulky limbs, sharper fangs, claws and shell spikes, a less-rounded snout, larger horns, spikier hair, a differently shaded shell, larger feet, soulless eyes, and a darker skin tone.

• As expected, due to Giga Bowser’s different names in English and Japanese, there exist two different sound bites, one where the announcer says "Giga Bowser!" and the other "Giga Koopa!". In the NTSC version, the two clips are oddly swapped in the Sound Test; the announcer says "Giga Koopa!" when the game language is set to English and "Giga Bowser!" when the game language is set to Japanese. The PAL version only has the "Giga Bowser!" clip, as expected. Both are used properly if Giga Bowser is hacked to be available on the character select screen, or if he wins a match without the game crashing.

• The size difference between Bowser and Giga Bowser is approximately equal to one usage of a Super Mushroom or Poison Mushroom, with Giga Bowser being slightly larger when he is shrunk or Bowser is enlarged. Despite this, the two characters’ weights do not share the same ratio as the code for changing characters’ sizes does, so Giga Bowser will actually be lighter than Bowser in both cases.

• Giga Bowser was created as a throwback to the older "aggressive" look of Bowser from the pre- Super Mario 64 games. According to Masahiro Sakurai, he disliked having to use the newer design; he thought this original design was more frightening, appropriate for the character. [1]