|Appears in||Mario Party 6|
|Type||1-vs.-3 coin mini-game|
Cash Flow is a 1-vs.-3 coin-collecting minigame in Mario Party 6. The name is a pun on the eponymous term, which refers to the transfer of money into or out of a project or business over a period of time.
There are only aesthetic differences between day and night.
The players start out on top of a slide as the camera zooms around to the angle shown during gameplay.
Four players must slide down a water slide. The solo player rides on a Koopa Shell-shaped raft, while the team players slide down the slide together. The objective is to collect as many coins and coin bags as possible while the players head down the slide. The players must avoid Spiny Shells. Team players that touch the Spiny Shells are eliminated; the solo player is only temporarily stunned if they hit one.
The players perform their victory animations on a beach.
- – Move
- Rules – "Grab coins as you zoom down the colossal water slide! You get to keep all the coins you grab!"
- Advice – "If one of the players on the team of three hits an obstacle, that player is out!"
Names in other languages
Suraidā de koin atsume
|Collect Coins on the Slider|
|French||Par ici la Monnaie||Money This Way|
|Italian||Discesa Danarosa||Rich Descent|
|Spanish (NOA)||El tobogán de monedas||The coin slide|
|Spanish (NOE)||Dinero fácil||Easy Money|