Coin Block Bash

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Coin Block Bash
MP1 Coin Block Bash.png
Appears in Mario Party
Type 1-vs-3 player minigame
Info Game Rules
"Coins come out of these sturdy blocks when you break them. The person with the hammer can break them in one hit."
Advice
"If you get attacked, you will drop the hammer. Anybody can grab the dropped hammer."
Controls Player with the hammer
Control Stick: Move
A Button: Overhead Swing
B Button: Sideways Swing
Players without the hammer
Control Stick: Move
A Button: Jump
B Button: Attack
Time limit 60 seconds
Music Ducking and Dodging

Coin Block Bash is a 1-vs-3 player minigame found in Mario Party. It is similar to Coin Block Blitz.

Introduction[edit]

The singular player swings the hammer twice. The camera then zooms out to the view used during the minigame.

Gameplay[edit]

The player that has a hammer can break the Brick Blocks with one blow, but is slower than the other players. The three other players either have to break the sturdy blocks containing coins by themselves or have to attack the player with the hammer to get the hammer. Without the hammer, blocks take exactly ten hits to destroy. The hammer user can also knock players away and stun them for a few seconds with a sideways blow, or squish them flat with a vertical blow. Only a vertical blow can be used to destroy the blocks. After the sixty seconds are over or the blocks have all been smashed and the coins collected, each player gets the amount of coins that they got in the game.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハンマーコイン
Hanmā Koin
Hammer Coin
French Casse-pièces Coin break (May be a pun on Breakout "Casse-briques")
German Hau den Münzblock Bash the Coin Block