Deck Hunt

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Deck Hunt
Deck Hunt from Mario Party: Island Tour.
Appears in Mario Party: Island Tour
Type General minigame

Deck Hunt (Skateboard Scramble in the British English version) is a General minigame found in Mario Party: Island Tour. The American English name comes from the NES and arcade game, Duck Hunt, another Nintendo game. The British name most likely comes from the toy Screwball Scramble.


For the demo, Blue Toad skates through three coins and then loses them hitting a Spiny Egg.


Here, competitors ride skateboards down a slope. Their goal is to collect coins scattered on the street. Some coins slide down the hill as well. There are also Spiny Eggs, which make players who touch them to drop three coins, though anyone can still collect them again. The player(s) with the largest amount of coins as the minigame ends is/are the winner(s).


  • Circle Pad – Move

In-game text[edit]

  • RulesAmerican English "Navigate the slope on your skateboard, and collect coins. You'll drop 3 coins for every Spiny Egg you hit."
  • RulesBritish English "Navigate the slope on your skateboard and collect as many coins as you can. You'll lose coins for every Spiny Egg you hit."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スケボーでコインあつめ
Sukebō de koin atsume
Collect Coins on the Skateboard
Dutch Skateboardrace Skateboard Race
French Pepèttes sur roulettes Coins on Wheels
German Skate dich reich Skate yourself rich
Italian Skateboard sfrenati Wild skateboards
Portuguese Descida de Skate Skateboard Descent
Russian Скоростные скейтбордисты
Skoroctnie skeytbordicti
High-speed skateborders. The original text is an alliteration.
Spanish (NOA) Patinetas alocadas Crazy Skateboards
Spanish (NOE) Monopatines locos Crazy Skateboards