Chimp Chase

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Chimp Chase
Mario Party 5 Chimp Chase.png
Appears in Mario Party 5
Type 4-player mini-game
Time limit 30 seconds
Music Move Happily

Chimp Chase is a four-player minigame found in Mario Party 5.

Introduction[edit]

Official art of Princess Peach holding a Ukiki in Chimp Chase.

The camera shows some of the surrounding area before panning to the arena itself where the players and Ukikis are.

Gameplay[edit]

The players must chase and grab red, brown, blue, and gray Ukikis and give them to the adult Ukikis of the matching colors to earn points within the time limit. Each adult Ukiki is positioned in one of the screen's corners. At some point during the game, one golden Ukiki, worth three points, shows up. This Ukiki can be returned to any adult Ukiki, though it is considerably faster than its counterparts and does not stop moving until it is caught.

If one of the Adult Ukikis screams out, the Ukikis of the same color freeze, giving players a chance to get them. The player with the most points after 30 seconds wins.

Ending[edit]

The four players line up in the center of the area, with the victory(ies) standing in front.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Grab/Release

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Catch the little Ukikis and return them to the same-colored adult Ukiki. Whoever catches the most wins."
  • Advice 1"The golden Ukikis are worth 3 points each and can be returned to any adult Ukiki."
  • Advice 2"When an adult Ukiki gets angry, the little Ukikis of the same color stop moving. That's your chance to grab them!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ウッキーパニック
Ukkī Panikku
Ukiki Panic
Spanish ¡Dichosos monos! Darn monkeys!
French Panique des Singes Monkey Panic

(Might be a pun on the name of the movie La Planète des Singes)

German Banino-Jagd Ukiki Chase
Italian Ukiki smarriti Lost Ukikis