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The mini-game, Boo-Bye from Mario Party Advance
Appears in Mario Party Advance
Type Single-player mini-game
Music track Heart-Pumping
Music sample

Boo-Bye is a single-player minigame found in Mario Party Advance. The name is a pun on the word "good-bye," generally used when someone is leaving.


The player is standing on one of the area's platforms when a Boo appears behind them. It attempts to sneak up on the player, but they turn around and stop it. The character then leads the Boo to a nearby portrait, where it is trapped inside the nearby painting, which switches to a red Boo portrait.


The player must lure the Boos that appear toward the paintings that match their colors to earn points while avoiding them. There are three different colors of Boos: red, blue, and white. Like in standard Super Mario games, if the player looks at a Boo, it stops moving. The player earns 100 points for every Boo that is trapped inside a portrait and 100 extra points for every Boo that is captured at the same time. More Boos appear every time the previous group is trapped. The minigame ends when the player is hit by a Boo.

In the Shroom City mode, the player must earn 1,000 points to win.

The center portrait, the one the first Boo went through at the beginning, changes every time a Boo goes through it in this order: white, red, blue.


  • +Control Pad – Move
  • A ButtonJump

In-game text[edit]

Guide the Boos into the picture that matches each Boo's color.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese あっちこっちテレサ
Acchi kocchi teresa
Boos Here and There
French Range-Boo Store Boo
German Buu-Bye -
Italian Boo quadrato Squared Boo
Spanish Guía-Boo Boo Guide