Yesterday, a Chinese mobile game knock-off of Splatoon called Sepia Go was revealed, and it is almost an exact clone of the Wii U title. Unfortunately, this isn’t the only Nintendo knock-off releasing in China. Today, Pocket All-Stars Smash Bros., a mobile game inspired by Super Smash Bros., was released. Nevertheless, at least this time it’s not a complete copy of the game—it is actually a card-based game. In the game, you can level up classic Nintendo characters to battle enemies, and you can buy items and other stuff through microtransactions.
You can check out the video above to see some gameplay footage from Pocket All-Stars Smash Bros. How do you feel about all these Nintendo knockoffs we’ve found from China in the past few days? Give us your thoughts in the comments!