Garden Grab

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Garden Grab
Garden Grab at day from Mario Party 6
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 2-vs.-2 mini-game
Music Laid-back
Music

Garden Grab is a 2-vs.-2 minigame in Mario Party 6. The changes between daytime and nighttime are only aesthetic. This minigame appears in the Miracle Book on the page "Bountiful Harvest."

Introduction[edit]

Each team is grabbing on to the stems of a giant carrot. Both teams then slightly pull the carrots out of the ground.

Gameplay[edit]

The Japanese version of the minigame

Each team has to work together to pull up a giant carrot from the dirt. In the Japanese version, the giant carrots are giant daikon radishes instead (although it is just an aesthetic difference). To pull the carrot out, both players on the team must press the button shown one after another, then rapidly press the button shown until the carrot is uprooted. The team that pulls its carrot out of the ground first wins.

Ending[edit]

The winners' carrot flies out of the ground and into their basket as they fall backward in shock. They then perform their winning animations in front of the basket.

Controls[edit]

  • B Button A Button Y Button X Button L Button R Button – Press the button that is displayed

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Team up with a partner to uproot a giant carrot! Press the displayed button to pull. The team to uproot its carrot first wins!"
  • Advice"Players in a team will have to alternate pressing buttons before ending by pressing the same button repeatedly."

Gallery[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ダイコンぬききょうそう
Daikon nuki kyōsō
Daikon-Pulling Competition
French Récolte Coriace Tough Harvest
German Rüben-Reißen Beet Tug
Italian Carota Tenace Strong Carrot
Spanish Cosecha fructífera Fruitful Harvest