Fruit Scoot Scurry

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Fruit Scoot Scurry
Fruit Scoot Scurry.png
Appears in Mario Party 10
Type Free-for-All minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music Happy Friends

Fruit Scoot Scurry is a Free-for-All minigame appearing in Mario Party 10. It appears to be set in Layer-Cake Desert, the second world of New Super Mario Bros. U. This minigame was one of the four in the Mario Party mode featured in the E3 2014 Mario Party 10 demo.


The playing area consists of 16 stone-head pillars arranged in a 4x4 manner. At the start of the minigame, the players are standing on the most external pillars.

Fruits of various kind will drop onto random Stone-Eyes, including apples, watermelons, bananas, melons and grapes. The players must jump from pillar to pillar – this is done by simply pressing a direction on the +Control Pad – to reach the fruit, each granting them one point. Occasionally, three fruits of the same kind appear on one single pillar, worthing 3 points. If two players try to jump on the same pillar, they'll hit each other and return to the pillar where they jumped from. After 30 seconds, the minigame ends. The character with the most points wins.


+Control Pad – Move

In-game description[edit]

"Collect lots of fruit!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese さばくでフルーツ
Sabaku de furūtsu
Fruits in the desert
Spanish La fruta del desierto The Fruit of the Desert
French Désert aux Fruits Fruit desert (pun with desert and dessert)
Dutch Duizend-en-een-vrucht One Thousand and One Fruits, a pun on Duizend-en-een-nacht (One Thousand and One Nights)
German Früchtehopserei Fruit Shop
Italian Raccolto nel deserto Desert harvest
Portuguese Deserto de Fruta Fruit Desert