'Rebuilding Super Smash Bros.'

Remember Project M? Well, this is a free mod that keeps SSB Brawl more in line with Super Smash Bros. Melee!

Remember the free mod Project M for Super Smash Bros. Brawl? If not, here's the official description:

Project M is a community-made mod of Brawl inspired by Super Smash Bros. Melee's gameplay designed to add rich, technical gameplay to a balanced cast of characters while additionally enhancing the speed of play. Project M employs new codes which seamlessly add in new, universal features to the entire cast to add technical variety to all characters.
Well, Demo v2 is out, and you can download it for free on the official website below. This one brings a total of 29 playable characters to choose from.

To the casual eye, Project M appears to be Brawl 1.5 (or, perhaps more accurately, Melee 1.5) a lost version of a game that not only looks great, but feels different than its predecessor.
All you need is a copy of Super Smash Bros. Brawl and an SD card with the appropriate files. Here are the installation instructions:

Note: The instructions are for Hackless method. If you're using a hacked method, simply extract the files to your SD card then boot Homebrew and select Gecko OS/Riivolution.

1. Delete any custom Brawl stage files on your Wii and SD Card!
2. Install the files to the root of your SD Card with the installer. If you downloaded the zip file, unzip the file and open the folder that comes out. Move the contents of that folder to your SD Card
3. Boot up Brawl and go to the Stage Builder.
4. Gecko OS will launch; select Launch Game.
5. You will see a straploader saying PROJECT M Demo v2.0. Additionally, if your menu image looks like the image below, then go ahead and play and enjoy Project M!

Example of a correct menu image:

Remember, check out below for download links, and of course, watch the announcement trailer so you can see what's new and how this looks like!

OFFICIAL SITE: http://projectm.dantarion.com/downloads/

NEWS SOURCE: http://wii.ign.com/articles/122/1223403p1.html

Our thanks to 'Gauss' for this news story!