Conveyor Bolt

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Not to be confused with Conveyor Belt.
Conveyor Bolt
Conveyor Bolt from Mario Party 6
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 1-vs.-3 mini-game
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track Tenacious
Music sample

Conveyor Bolt is a 1-vs.-3 minigame found in Mario Party 6. Its name is a pun on "conveyor belt."


Mario Party 6 promotional artwork: Wario riding on a cloud, that can bolt down thunderbolts. Inspired from the minigame Conveyor Bolt, version two
Mario Party 6 official art of Wario on the cloud chariot from Conveyor Bolt

The view first shows the vehicles the players are competing on before zooming into the one specifically for the minigame. The player(s) on the cloud chariot(s) then drop(s) a lightning bolt.


The rules and objectives of the minigame differ between day and night.

In the daytime version, the solo player attempts to defeat the team players by hitting them with lightning bolts from their cloud chariot. The team players must avoid the lightning bolts while running on a moving conveyor belt. The belt has several sections that spikes can pop out from, and lightning bolts that hit the ground also remain for a few seconds before disappearing. Any player who touches a lightning bolt or spikes is eliminated. The solo player wins if they can eliminate all three opponents, while the team players win if at least one of them survives until time runs out.

In the nighttime version, the roles are reversed; specifically, the solo player must avoid the lightning bolts dropped by the team players' cloud chariots. Though this means that there are more lightning bolts to avoid, in exchange, the bolts are smaller, the conveyor belt is inactive, and no spikes appear.


Player(s) on the ground[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move

Player(s) on the cloud chariot(s)[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Drop a thunderbolt

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules (Day)"One player rides on a cloud chariot, dropping thunderbolts. The other three players have to avoid them to survive!"
  • Rules (Night)"One player has to avoid thunderbolts dropped by three players riding in cloud cars!"
  • Advice"Watch out! Dropped thunderbolts will stick in the ground and remain as obstacles."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴロゴロカミナリ!
Gorogoro Kaminari!
Rumbling Thunder
French Pluie Électrique Electric Rain
German Blitzschlag Lightning Hit
Italian Pioggia di Fulmini Lightning Rain
Spanish Cinta electrificada Electrified Belt