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Not to be confused with Coinucopia.
Acornucopia from Mario Party: Star Rush
Appears in Mario Party: Star Rush
Type Free-for-All minigame
Music track BGM MG006

Acornucopia is a Free-for-All minigame appearing in Mario Party: Star Rush. Its name is a pun on Cornucopia, a common Thanksgiving symbol. This minigame, alongside Corkscrew Climb and Piece of Cake, are the only Free-for-All minigames already unlocked upon starting a new save file.


Players must race on a narrow road in order to cross a finish line while carrying a plate containing five acorns. Along the way, Goombrats will try to stop them by charging at them. Each time a character is hit by a Goombrat, they lose an acorn. Players can also collide into one another in an attempt to knock them into a Goombrat. If a player loses all five acorns, they are out of the competition. At the end of the minigame, the player(s) with the most remaining acorns wins.


  • Circle Pad: Move

In-game text[edit]

"Dodge the Goombrats!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese どんぐりはこび
Donguri hakobi
Acorn Carrying

Dutch Eikelrace
Acorn race
French Gland prix des porteurs
Gland prix of carriers, gland prix being a pun on "Grand Prix" and gland (acorn).
German Eichel-Rempelrennen
Acorn jostle race
Italian Sfida di ghiande
Challenge of acorns
Portuguese Bolotópia
From bolota (acorn) and cornucópia
Russian Пробежка с желудями
Probezhka s zheludyami
Jogging with acorns

Spanish (NOE) Carrera bellotera
Acorn Race