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In ''Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS'', Geemers may appear as enemies during the game's Smash Run mode. Although modeled after their appearance in ''Other M'', they behave more similarly to their 2D appearances and passively crawl along floors, walls, and ceilings. Since direct contact with Geemers will hurt fighters, it is recommended in their [[Trophy]] description that fighters use ranged attacks to take out Geemers.
 
In ''Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS'', Geemers may appear as enemies during the game's Smash Run mode. Although modeled after their appearance in ''Other M'', they behave more similarly to their 2D appearances and passively crawl along floors, walls, and ceilings. Since direct contact with Geemers will hurt fighters, it is recommended in their [[Trophy]] description that fighters use ranged attacks to take out Geemers.
   
While Geemers do not appear in the game's counterpart ''Super Smash Bros. for Wii U'', the Master Fortress boss in [[Classic Mode]] will generate Swarm versions of certain Smash Run enemies, including Geemers.
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While Geemers do not appear in the game's counterpart ''Super Smash Bros. for Wii U'', the Master Fortress boss in Classic Mode will generate Swarm versions of certain Smash Run enemies, including Geemers.
   
 
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