Flinger Painting

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Flinger Painting
Appears in Mario Party 9
Type Free-for-All mini-game
Time limit 15 seconds
Music Pandemonium

Flinger Painting is a Free-for-All minigame featured in Mario Party 9. Its name is a pun on the style of painting, finger painting. The goal of the game is similar to Stamp Out! from Mario Party 4 and behaves similarly to another minigame from Mario Party: Star Rush, Splat-a-Stamp. Both involve players splatting something with ink. In Mario Party: Star Rush, a stamp must be inked and the players have 30 seconds to do it instead of covering a blank canvas with ink and having 15 seconds.


The rivals competing in Flinger Painting.

The camera focuses on the canvas as it zooms out and the players walk into the place.


The players must shoot paint balls at a canvas. To shoot a paint ball, the player must aim the Wii Remote at the screen and press or hold A Button. Holding A Button allows the player to charge a shot and cover a larger area of the canvas with paint. After the end of the minigame, the player who colored the most of the canvas wins.

In Time Attack mode, the player must cover at least 90% of the canvas. To clear the bonus objective, ten shots or less must be made.

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Launch paint blobs at the canvas. Cover the most space with your color to win!"
  • Controls"Point the Wii Remote at the area you want to hit with your paint. Press A Button to shoot. Hold A Button to charge up a large paint shot. Release A Button after charging to fire."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ペイントファイト
Paint Fight
Spanish Pintalienzos Canvas Painters
French Art abstrait Abstract art
German Graffiti-Geballer Graffiti Banging