Thrash 'n' Crash

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Thrash 'n' Crash
ThrashandCrash 8.png
Appears in Mario Party 8
Type 1-vs-3 mini-game
Time limit 30 seconds
Music All Messed Up

Thrash 'n' Crash is a 1-vs.-3 minigame in the game Mario Party 8. In this minigame, three players on skateboards must try to avoid traps that are set off by the solo player.

Introduction[edit]

The trio rides in on skateboards, while the solo player follows them in a hovercraft.

Gameplay[edit]

The trio must turn the Wii Remote forward, backward, left, or right to move and avoid traps. The solo player points the remote at the screen and must point on a trap with the A button to activate it. When one of the three players falls victim to a trap, they're out. These traps include barrels, Bullet Bills, giant rolling wheels, as well as obstacles that are already set such as walls and Whomps.

Ending[edit]

If the trio wins, they ride under a bridge which the solo player stops at, and perform a small victory pose. If the solo player wins, he/she floats past the gate, leaving the trio behind, and performs a victory pose.

Controls[edit]

Shooter[edit]

  • Wii Remote
    • Use the Pointer to move the cursor
  • Buttons
    • A Button / B Button – Activate trap

Survivors[edit]

  • Wii Remote
    • Move ahead/back
    • Move left/right
  • Buttons
    • None

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Three players try to survive a booby-trapped skateboard course. The solo player shoots traps to activate 'em!"
  • Hint"Looking for booby traps? Watch your cursor's color! On the run? Teamwork tip: Stay separated!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Circuito truncado Truncated circuit
French Pièges en Skate Skateboard Traps
German Skateboardjagd Skateboard Chase
Italian Skateboard -

Trivia[edit]

  • If one of the veteran playable characters win on the solo team, they will do one of their victory poses from Mario Party 7 instead of the new ones they got in this game. Blooper and Hammer Bro will do a different victory pose as opposed to their normal ones.