1-up Blast

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Mario earning 1-Ups in 1-up Blast
“Here's a chance to win some 1-Ups! Go through the door to play.”
Toad, New Super Mario Bros. Wii

1-up Blast is a minigame found in Green Toad Houses in New Super Mario Bros. Wii. The game is played in a room with tracks floating above four cannons. Moving on the tracks are balloons worth different numbers of 1-Ups. Each world has a different configuration of tracks and 1-Up balloons. To play this game, the players must each choose a cannon, then tilt the Wii Remote to change the angle with which their characters will be fired out of the cannon. Players must then press Two Button to fire the cannon. Players cannot get 1-Ups by touching the balloons themselves; they can only get 1-Ups by using the cannon. Each player will win 1-Ups equal to the total value of the balloons his or her character hits and pops. Each player can only fire a cannon once and each balloon can only be popped once. It is possible to pop all the balloons in one shot. If that happens, the minigame will end, as there is nothing left for the remaining players to pop.

Available Balloons[edit]

  • 1-Up Balloon (World 1 to 9)
  • 2-Up Balloon (World 4 to 9)
  • 3-Up Balloon (World 7 to 9)
  • 4-Up Balloon (World 8 to 9)

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Chinese 1UP氣球擊破[1]
1 UP Qìqiú Jīpò
1UP Ballon Burst
French Canon 1-up 1-up cannon
German 1-Up-Kanone 1-Up Cannon
Italian Cannone 1-up 1-up Cannon
Spanish (NOA) Cañonazo Pun of "Cañón" (Cannon) and the suffix -azo meaning "big" ("Big cannon) and "cañonazo" meaning a strong launch.
Spanish (NOE) Tiro al globo Balloon Shot