Throughout Duck Hunt, the goal is to shoot all of the ducks with a limited amount of bullets and time. By plugging a controller into the player 2 slot in the NES, a duck can be controlled to a limited extent by another player. The hunter is the playable character in all versions of Duck Hunt and is supposed to represent the player. Accompanying the player is a non-playable scent hound, who flushes out the ducks for the hunter to shoot and picks up any ducks that are shot down by the player. If the player fails to shoot down any ducks, the dog infamously laughs at the player's misfortune (in a manner resembling the American cartoon character Muttley, who has a large following in Japan) before slinking back down into the grass. Although the home console version of Duck Hunt does not allow players to shoot the dog, the arcade version, Vs. Duck Hunt, actually allows players to do so in the bonus rounds. However, successfully shooting the dog immediately ends the bonus round and yields no points. Duck Hunt, known in PAL regions as Duck Hunt Duo, is the name of a playable tag team composed of the player's hunting dog and a duck from the NES light gun game, Duck Hunt. After ducks made cameos as a trophy (with a passing reference to the hunting dog) in Super Smash Bros. Melee and a sticker in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, both the hunting dog and a duck transitioned into playable characters as of Super Smash Bros. 4.