Cashapult

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Cashapult
Cashapult at day from Mario Party 6
Cashapult at night from Mario Party 6
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 2-vs.-2 coin mini-game
Music Blissful

Cashapult is a 2-vs.-2 coin-collecting minigame found in Mario Party 6. The name is a pun on the words "cash" and "catapult," an ancient weapon that sends objects flying when the rope is released.

The differences between day and night are only aesthetic.

Introduction[edit]

The teams first stand on clouds. The first player then leaps off the cloud and onto a catapult.

Gameplay[edit]

Teams attempt to get coins from the sky by using a catapult as they stand on it. There are around 20 coins above the clouds. The player that is sent flying tries to collect as many coins as possible. Each player in the team has two attempts to get all the coins as possible.

Ending[edit]

Players stand in front of their catapults and perform their victory animations.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Launch into the air and grab as many floating coins as you can. You get to keep any coins you collect!"
  • Advice"Each player only gets two jumps. Work together to get as many coins as possible!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シーソーでコインあつめ
Shīsō de koin atsume
Seesaw Coin Collecting
French Cata-Pièces Portmanteau of Catapulte (Catapult) and Pièces (Coins)
German Himmelsreichtum Sky Wealth
A pun on Himmelsreich (kingdom of heaven)
Italian Catapulta Milionaria Millionaire Catapult
Spanish El dinero vuela Money Flies, pun on el tiempo vuela meaning "time flies"