Flash Forward

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Flash Forward
Flash Forward from Mario Party 10.
Mario Party 10
Appears in Mario Party 10
Mario Party: The Top 100
Mario Party Superstars
Type Free-for-All minigame
Time limit 10 seconds
Music track No Copying (Mario Party 10 and Mario Party Superstars)
Loud and Sweet (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Can We See You?
Music sample
Mario Party 10 (No Copying):

Mario Party 10 (Can We See You?): Mario Party: The Top 100 (Loud and Sweet): Mario Party: The Top 100 (Can We See You?): Mario Party Superstars (No Copying):

Flash Forward is a Free-for-All minigame appearing in Mario Party 10, Mario Party: The Top 100, and Mario Party Superstars. The name of this minigame is a play on the terms "flashback," which is a recollection of past events, and "fast forward," which refers to a speed-up option present when one watches movies or listens to music.


This minigame takes place in a studio where the players are standing in a random background each time they play, from five other Mario Party 10 minigames, three other Mario Party: The Top 100 minigames, or five other Mario Party Superstars minigames. The objective is to brawl with all the other players in order to make it to the platform and create a pose for the camera. If a player is ground-pounded, they will flatten and become unable to move for one second. Once the timer is up, the camera will flash, the picture will be hung up on a photo board, and any player creating a pose on the platform will gain ten points. Sometimes, there is no clear winner or loser. In Mario Party: The Top 100, if there is a tie and everyone is in fourth place, a music track from Mario Party: Star Rush will play; the same applies to Night Light Fright and Cage-in Cookin'.

In Superstars, the background can be chosen in Free Play mode.


Mario Party 10[edit]

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

Mario Party Superstars[edit]


Mario Party 10[edit]

  • +Control Pad – Move
  • Two ButtonJump
  • Two Button + Two Button – Ground Pound
  • One Button – Attack

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Circle Pad: Move
  • A Button: Jump
  • B Button: Push rival
  • A Button in the air: Ground Pound

Mario Party Superstars[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • Single Joy-Con Right Button – Jump
  • Single Joy-Con Bottom Button – Push Rival
  • Single Joy-Con Right ButtonSingle Joy-Con Right Button – Ground Pound

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 10[edit]

  • Description – "Get on the platform, and hold a pose for the camera!"

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description – "Be on the stage at the moment of the photo!"
  • On-screen – "Be on the stage when the camera flashes!"

Mario Party Superstars[edit]

  • "Get to the center of the platform and face the camera just in time for the picture to be taken!"

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハイ、ポーズ!
Hai, pōzu!
Hi, pose!
Dutch Commotie om een kiekje Commotion over a snapshot
French (NOA) Prenez la pose! Take the pose!
French (NOE) Photo-finish -
German Podestposen Pedestal Pose
Italian Lotta all'ultima posa Fight to the last pose
Korean 오케이, 김치~!
Okei, Kimchi~!
Okay, Kimchi~! (Kimchi is the Korean replacement of 'cheese' in "Say cheese!")
Portuguese (NOA) Bem na Foto "Good in the Picture" or "Right in the Picture"
Portuguese (NOE) Manter a Pose "Keep the Pose", usually meaning "keep composure"
Spanish (NOA) Foto con alboroto Photo with Disturbance
Spanish (NOE) Chupacámaras Camera Hogs, from chupar cámara (wanting to be the focus of every picture, literally "camera sucking")


  • This is the only Mario Party 10 minigame to appear in both The Top 100 and Superstars.