Bound of Music

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Bound of Music
Bound of Music from Mario Party 5
Appears in Mario Party 5
Type Duel mini-game
Time limit 15 seconds
Music Rolling About

Bound of Music is a Duel minigame found in Mario Party 5. Its name is derived from the title of the movie The Sound of Music.

Gameplay[edit]

Players attempt to find hidden Jump Blocks by jumping and punching them. There are 20 Jump Blocks. However, the blocks are invisible, so players must jump around until they hit one, at which point it will become solid for a second, indicating it has been hit. Additionally, Brick Blocks are hidden among the Jump Blocks; hitting one accomplishes nothing. The blocks will periodically glisten every five seconds, giving the players a general idea of where they are. After fifteen seconds, or when all blocks have been hit, the player with more ♩ Blocks hit wins. If players hit the same number of Jump Blocks at the end of the time limit, the minigame ends in a draw. If a player does not hit any Jump Blocks, they fall through a hole in the cloud formed underneath them.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Jump

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Jump around the cloud and try to find as many invisible blocks with a musical note on them as you can."
  • Advice"Regular blocks won't help you win. Keep jumping and looking for blocks with musical notes on them."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese さがせ!かくしブロック
Sagase! Kakushi Burokku
Find it! Hidden Block
French Blocs Notes! Pun with "Blocs Notes" (Notes Blocks) and "Bloc Note" (Notepad)
German Blocksprung Block jump
Italian Note celestiali Heavenly notes
Spanish Dando la nota... Hit the Note... (Pun on an expression meaning be the center of attention)