They are supposed to be exactly like Final Destination, where the stage is perfectly flat and fair for all fighters. But for some reason I can't put my hand on, it seems some stages are slightly smaller than others.

Are my eyes tricking me? I thought all Omega stages were the same size, so maybe it's an optical illusion? I'm not too sure on this.

  • This strikes me as something we aren't really going to be able to confirm ourselves.
    – user11502
    Sep 16, 2014 at 2:22
  • Well consider this @AshleyNunn there are users who were able to confirm the following question, so there are users who can probably confirm this: gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/142446/…
    – childe
    Sep 16, 2014 at 2:24
  • Perhaps I am wrong, then, but that remains to be seen.
    – user11502
    Sep 16, 2014 at 2:25
  • I don't know if this is currently answerable, but I can see to it that at some point it will be answerable.
    – Toomai
    Sep 16, 2014 at 2:27
  • Super smash brothers came out? Sep 16, 2014 at 2:41

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Edit: With the release of SSB4 for WiiU I must mention that the following data was collected from the 3DS version of the game. If needed I'll update, but I'm unsure if the person asking is even interested in one.

Firstly, not all Omega stages are exactly like FD in design, since FD also implies a traversable bottom part which can be used by characters like Jigglypuff and Kirby. Magicant Ω, Spirit Train Ω, and Rainbow Road Ω are examples of stages that are FD-ish in design, in fact, only Battlefield, FD, and Flat Zone 2 have pronounced bottoms.

A lot of Ω have a wall right down to the bottom blast line, though, which can be useful for certain characters that can wallcling, unlike FD. These vary in size and shapes from my personal perspective, the most notable being Arena Ferox Ω's wine glass shape, but I haven't thought up of a method to measure these accurately.

However I've personally measured the surface distances (which is what I assume your question is about) in Training Mode, by using Greninja's back crouch movement and moving from the left edge to the right, on 1/4x speed.

The following is a list of the times it takes to traverse each stage, give or take a few ms of error because of multitasking with the timer. All stages are Ω, all times are in seconds:

  • Paper Mario: 23.276
  • WarioWare, Inc.: 23.295
  • Flat Zone 2: 23.316
  • Reset Bomb Forest: 23.438
  • Spirit Train: 23.442
  • Prism Tower: 23.456
  • 3D Land: 23.457
  • Arena Ferox: 23.473
  • Mushroomy Kingdom: 23.49
  • Jungle Japes: 23.538
  • PAC-MAZE: 23.563
  • Wily Castle: 23.581
  • Green Hill Zone: 23.639
  • Tomodachi Life: 23.662
  • Mute City: 23.682
  • Living Room: 23.686
  • Final Destination: 23.698
  • Tortimer Island: 23.703
  • Gerudo Valley: 23.709
  • Distant Planet: 23.712
  • Find Mii: 23.718
  • Golden Plains: 23.728
  • Balloon Fight: 23.735
  • Yoshi's Island: 23.763
  • Magicant: 23.765
  • Dream Land: 23.771
  • PictoChat 2: 23.775
  • Boxing Ring: 23.776
  • Battlefield: 23.846
  • Gaur Plain: 23.849
  • Brinstar: 23.854
  • Corneria: 23.881
  • Unova Pokémon League: 23.883
  • Rainbow Road: 23.962

So I want to conclude that it is a camera illusion that makes stages look bigger than they seem. PAC-MAZE, for example, seemed to zoom in differently than WarioWare, Inc.'s.

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    Its also important to note that the blast zones seem to be different.
    – Gigala
    Feb 5, 2015 at 9:15

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