Dart Gallery

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Not to be confused with Dart Attack.
Dart Gallery
DartGallery SuperMarioParty.png
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 1-vs.-3 minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track Who Will Seize Tomorrow?

Dart Gallery is a 1-vs.-3 minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. The name is a pun on "art gallery."


The team players run up stairs and then stop. A dart appears in one of each of their hands, and the minigame starts.


In this minigame, the team players must throw their darts to hit the solo player, while the solo player moves around in a capsule, trying to avoid said darts. Each team player is given five darts. If a team player misses with a dart, it becomes an obstruction that limits the solo player's movement, but it can bounce off instead. The team of three wins if the solo player gets hit three times before the 30-second time limit runs out. The solo player wins if they last 30 seconds or if the team of three runs out of darts.


Solo Side[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move

Team Side[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move cursor
  • Single Joy-Con Right Button – Throw

In-game text[edit]

  • Avoid being hit when defending or hit the capsule three times when attacking!
  • Each attacking player has five darts to throw. Use them wisely to corner the defending player!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese くっつきダーツ
Kuttsuki dātsu
Clingy Darts

Chinese 吸盘飞镖 (Simplified)
吸盤飛鏢 (Traditional)
Xīpán Fēibiāo
Suction Darts

Dutch Pijltjesdag
Dart day. Pun on “bijltjesdag” (“day of reckoning”)
French Fléchettes ventouses
Sucker darts
German Auf die Glocke geben
Italian Freccette a ventosa
Suction darts
Korean 흡착 다트
Heupchak dat
Clingy Darts

Spanish Lluvia de dardos
Dart Rain