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Appears in Mario Party 8
Type Duel mini-game
Controls Wii Remote: Move targeting cursor
Buttons: None
Music It's on Now

Eyebrawl is a Duel minigame that makes an appearance in Mario Party 8. Its name is a pun on "eyeball". Mr. Is appear in the minigame, including one large individual that may be a Big Mr. I.


The players are running into a dark forest, when they come to a pause. The camera moves up, showing a dark cloud in the night sky. The dark cloud slowly moves away, revealing a full moon. The camera then pans back to the two characters, as two Mr. I's appear, causing both characters gasp in shock.


The player must move the Wii Remote in circles around a Mr. I's head about three or more times, until that Mr. I is defeated (à la Eye Sore). Precise movements are encouraged, not just frantically moving the Wii Remote around. However in that Mr. I's place, another Mr. I (now slightly bigger) will appear. The player must then again move the Wii Remote in circles around the Mr. I.

Then after that Mr. I is defeated, a big Mr. I will appear and the player must then move the Wii Remote in circles around the Mr. I. It will then be defeated. The character that beats one of the big Mr. Is first will then be the winner of the game. If both players manage to beat all of the Mr. Is or five minutes pass without anyone beating any of the Mr. Is, the minigame ends in a tie.


Wario loses the minigame

After the player defeats the Mr. I, they will do their winning pose, until several tiny Mr. I's appear out of nowhere just like the first Mr. I's, scaring the winning player off while the Mr. I's surround the losing player. However, if both players beat all of the Mr. Is at the same time or if five minutes pass, the Mr. Is will surround both players as "Tie" appears on the screen.

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Make Mr. I dizzy. Spin the targeting cursor around him as fast as you can!"
  • Hint"Big, accurate moves get Mr. I dizzy in a hurry."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese くるくるアイクン
Kurukuru aikun
Spinning Mr. I
Spanish Mirada perdida Lost glance
French Le Troisième Mr. Œil The Third Mr. I
Pun on le troisième œil (the third eye, an expression used to describe communication with a higher plane of existence)
German Augendreher Eye Rolling
Italian Occhio per Occhio Eye for an Eye