Beach Volley Folley

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Beach Volley Folley
MP5 BeachVolleyFolley.jpg
Mario Party 5.
Appears in Mario Party 4
Mario Party 5
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type Extra mini-game
Music Try Hard, Folks (Mario Party 4)
Everybody Party (Mario Party 5)
Beach Volley Folley appearing in Mario Party 5.

Beach Volley Folley is a one or two-player minigame found in the Extra Room in Mario Party 4. If the player selects the Ztar, he or she will get to play this minigame. The game pits two teams of two against each other in a beach volleyball match. The player or players must work their way to the top, facing six other teams along the way. If the Battle Mode is completed, Free Mode is unlocked, allowing up to four people to play together. The Birthday Cake is also unlocked and placed in the Minigame Room of the Present Room. This version of the minigame is set to be included in the minigame compilation title, Mario Party: The Top 100.

The game was reincluded in Mario Party 5 under the name Beach Volleyball. This version of the game featured different types of volleyballs for the players to use:

  • A normal volleyball
  • A Dice Block volleyball (the points the team receives depends on the number on the ball)
  • A Bomb Ball

The player can also choose between 10-20 points in the Mario Party 5 version of this game.


  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Hit/Dive
  • B Button – Jump
  • B Button > A Button – Spike

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 4[edit]

  • "This is 2-on-2 volleyball. Return the ball within 3 volleys. The first team to get 5 points wins."

Playable Characters[edit]

Playable Characters in the Mario Party 4 version:

Note: Italicized characters are playable in the Mario Party 5 version; bolded characters need to be unlocked, and are only usable in Free Mode in the Mario Party 4 version.

For characters that weren't playable in Mario Party 4 in Party Mode but playable in Mario Party 5, they have unique winning and losing poses as well as voices compared to both games.

Names in other languages[edit]

Mario Party 4[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese はくねつ!ビーチバレー
Hakunetsu! Bīchibarē
Sparkling! Beach Volley
Spanish Voley playa Beach volleyball
French Beach Volley Délire Beach Volley Delirium
German Beach Volley -
Italian Pazzo beachvolley Crazy beach volleyball


  • If Boo, Toad or Koopa Kid loses the minigame in Mario Party 5, they make their voice as if the minigame ended in a draw. This trait does not apply to the characters that are playable in Mario Party 4, they simply don't make any sounds.