My Little Pony: Celestial Force is a spin-off game idea by HighLifeCola that includes the same gameplay mechanics as the Super Smash Bros. series, but with My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic characters. It will be released for the Wii U and 3DS. 

Celestial Force Box Art


The gameplay is very similar to that of the Smash Bros. series. Up to total of four players are placed on a stage that can be chosen at will or at random and they battle it out. The characters all have their unique special moves that can be performed by tilting the D-pad in any direction and pressing the special attack button. As well as that, there are many items that can help players win battles, including the Element of Power, which when broken, can allow the player to use their ultimate attack, known as a Force Attack. There are numerous modes to chose from, Battle if there are more than one players or others for just solo players.

The rules can be changed, from a contest to see who can kill the most players in the set time or giving the players lives so that the last player standing wins.

By playing, the players can unlock trophies just like in Smash Bros that include information of the unlocked item. There are also different characters and stages that need to be unlocked before they can be used too.

Game ModesEdit


A total of four players can pick their characters and get ready to fight. A single player can also battle the cpu or watch them fight.

Arcade ModeEdit

Info will come soon

Events ModeEdit

Players test their abilities in event matches. List will come soon

Boss Battles ModeEdit

Players choose a character and start battling bosses. For a list of bosses, see below.


Players choose a character and a stage and start battling a cpu dummy which can be controlled in the options section of paused.


Players check out a list of extras. These include:

  • Trophies
  • Snapshots
  • Credits


Playable Characters                                                                             Edit

Guest CharactersEdit






  • Sonic the Hedgehog was planned to appear in the game as a guest character to represent his series, but it was later changed to Tails due to Sonic's appearance in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.