|Appears in||Mario Party 6|
|Music track||Slow and Steady|
The parts needed to assemble a robot perfectly fall from above onto the platform in the center. It then lowers, taking the robot with it, and is replaced by another platform.
Each team has to construct a robot by hitting a switch to make the correct pieces fall onto the feet of the robot and keep building up. The pictures of the pieces rotate on a machine, and the players have to take turns hitting the switch when the piece they need is in the middle of the rotating screen (arms, legs, feet, and head); the players alternate whenever one of them hits the switch. The panel showing the piece required is lit up. If a player hits the switch on a panel that is not lit, its piece falls and rolls offscreen. The team that constructs its robot first wins. If both teams finish constructing their robots at the same time or if five minutes pass, the game ends in a tie.
The winners' robot comes to life as it begins to move its arms and head as the winners do their victory animations.
- – Jump
- Rules – "Take turns stopping the wheel at the right spot to pick a part and build a robot! The first team to build a complete robot wins!"
- Advice – "The glowing section on the wheel shows you the next part you need."
Names in other languages
|French||Kit Robot||Robot Kit|
|Italian||Robot a Pezzi||Piece Robot|
|Spanish||Taller robótico||Robotic Workshop|