Dust 'til Dawn

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Dust 'til Dawn
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 1-vs.-3 mini-game
Music Jazzy

Dust 'til Dawn is a 1-vs.-3 minigame featured in Mario Party 6. Its title is a pun on the phrase "dusk 'til dawn."

The Miracle Book has a page featuring this minigame.

There are only aesthetic differences between day and night.


All the players run into the house. The solo player runs into the room they must clean, and the multiple players remain in their current room.


Players have to clean the dust off all the dust-covered items in each of their rooms. The three players have a much bigger room with more household objects to clean, while the lone player has a smaller room with only a few different items to dust. Many of these items are things such as chairs, tables, and even a piano. The side that completely dusts its room first wins.


If the solo player wins, the camera zooms in on their room, and they perform their victory animation; this is the same for the team of three.


  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Dust

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"One player has to clean a small room while the other three team up to dust a huge room!"
  • Advice"Use teamwork to clean the huge room efficiently!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese みんなでおそうじ
Minna de Osōji
Everyone do the Cleaning together
Spanish Limpiar sin parar Clean without stopping
French À vos Plumeaux To your Feather Dusters
German Putztausend! Clean Thousand!
A pun on the old-fashioned phrase "Potztausend!" ("Upon my soul!")
Italian Pulizie Primaverili Spring Cleaning