Bowser Toss

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Bowser Toss
Bowser Toss
Appears in Mario Party 3
Type Duel mini-game
Time limit 10 seconds
Initial record 10.00 yards (NTSC)/metres (PAL)
Music track Fighting Spirit
Music sample

Bowser Toss is a Duel minigame found in Mario Party 3. This minigame may have been inspired by how Mario defeats Bowser in Super Mario 64.


Both players have 10 seconds to spin their Bowser dolls around repeatedly. The Bowser dolls are thrown when the 10 seconds are up. The angle and spin of the Bowser doll affect how far the Bowser doll is thrown. Whoever throws their Bowser the farther distance wins the minigame. If both players throw their Bowser dolls the same distance, it is a draw. If a player is not actively spinning their doll when time runs out, they drop the doll and "MISS" appears in place of their distance.


  • Control Stick – Adjust angle
  • A Button (Repeatedly) – Spin Bowser

In-game text[edit]

  • Game Rules
    • Tumble: "Spin Bowser round and round, then throw him as far as possible."
    • Goomba: "Spin Bowser by the tail and toss him as far as you can!"
  • Advice
    • Tumble: "To really throw Bowser far, it's not just pressing A. The Control Stick angle is important, too."
    • Goomba: "Both repeatedly pressing A Button and controlling the angle with Control Stick are important in giving Bowser a big toss!"

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese とんでけクッパハンマー
Tondeke kuppa hanmā
Fly away! Bowser Hammer

French Lancer de Bowser
Bowser Throw
German Bowser-Weitwurf
Bowser Throwing
Spanish Lanzamiento de Bowser
Bowser Throw