Coin Block Blitz

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Coin Block Blitz
The minigame Coin Block Blitz.
Appears in Mario Party
Type 4-Player Coin mini-game
Time limit 60 seconds
Music track Ducking and Dodging
Music sample

Coin Block Blitz is a 4-Player Coin-collecting minigame that is found in Mario Party. The minigame Coin Block Bash takes place in the same location.


The minigame takes place in a corner of the rocky walls, with a floor of grass and fences that keep players from falling. The four players are standing near the corners of the playfield. Nine ? Blocks fall into their positions as the minigame starts.


Players attempt to collect Coins by simply jumping into ? Blocks over the course of 60 seconds. Each block contains one to twelve Coins. When a ? Block disappears, it means it has been depleted. Players can also jump on other players to stun their figures and prevent them from jumping temporarily. The minigame ends when all blocks have been destroyed or when time is up. There is no winner or loser; instead, players are awarded half the number of Coins they received in the minigame, rounded down.

The minigame can be purchased from the Mini-Game House for 50 Coins when it is available for purchase.

In Mini-Game Island, the player must earn 10 Coins to clear the minigame. Winnings are not halved in this case, so the player does not need to find 20 Coins.


  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Jump

In-game text[edit]

  • Game Rules"When you hit the blocks, Coins come out. Jump to hit the blocks, and take as many Coins as you can."
  • Game Rules (Mini-Game Island)"Hit the blocks to make Coins come out. Get 10 or more Coins to clear the game."
  • Advice"The number of Coins is different for each block. Hit as many blocks as you can within the time limit."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 10カウントコイン
10 Kaunto Koin
10 Count Coin

French Saute-pièces
Coin jump
German Münzblock-Blitz
Coin Block Blitz
Italian Coin Block Blitz[1]


  1. ^ Mario Party European manual, pag. 141