Crazy Crosshairs

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Crazy Crosshairs
Gameplay of Crazy Crosshairs in Mario Party DS.
Appears in Mario Party DS
Type 2-vs-2 mini-games
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track Bouncing Around
Music sample

Crazy Crosshairs is a 2-vs.-2 minigame found in Mario Party DS.


Teamed up contestants play in a garden, standing on toy tanks that aim at a web infested with Scuttlebugs.

Players must aim at Scuttlebugs to gain points. Normal ones are worth one point while golden ones are worth three. The team who shoots the most Scuttlebugs wins; if both teams shoot the same number of Scuttlebugs, the game ends in a tie.

This minigame does not appear in Simple Set.


  • A Button – Control your crosshair

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Shoot as many Scuttlebugs as you can. Golden ones are worth three points. You and your partner split the aiming into horizontal and vertical control!"
  • Tips"The first player to press a button locks in aiming control. The second one then fires. *character on the right* has vertical control, and *character on the left* has horizontal control."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アタック!ガサゴソ
Atakku! Gasagoso
Attack! Scuttlebugs
French Droit Obus Shell Right (Can also mean "Right to the point" It has the same name as Cannonball!)
German Schlingernde Schützen Lurching Archers
Italian Tiro al Ragno Spider Shooting
Korean 호랑거미를 맞춰라!
Horanggeomi reul Matchwora!
Attack the Scuttlebugs!
Spanish Plaga de Bichacuos Scuttlebug Plague


  • The toy tanks that the players use to shoot the Scuttlebugs bear a large resemblance to the tanks that are used in Shell Shocked from Mario Party 2.