Get the Lead Out
|Get the Lead Out|
|Appears in||Mario Party DS|
|Time limit||10 seconds|
|Music track||Get Into It|
Get the Lead Out is a 4-Player and Duel minigame in Mario Party DS. The name of the minigame comes from an idiom meaning "to move faster." This minigame appears as the fifth minigame in Score Scuffle.
In the minigame, the players are pushing lead out of mechanical pencils as fast as they can in 10 seconds. Once the time is up, the screen moves over to show grid paper. It is at this time that the distances are measured. The player with the most lead pushed out wins the minigame.
In Score Scuffle, one cannot achieve 1,000 points, as a player needs to achieve a score of 90.0 cm to earn 1,000 points, and 89.7 cm is the maximum score achievable.
However, if the current record is broken while everyone gets the same score in both variants, it counts as a new record even though no one won, as the screen says "Tie" after the "New Record" fanfare. This also applies to the other 4-Player/Duel minigames with a record system.
The winner does their victory dance on the grid paper. If a tie is declared, all the players do their losing animations on the grid paper.
- – Press rapidly to extend lead
- Rules – "Push your mechanical pencil's lead out as far as you can. You'll have 10 seconds to hit the extender button as many times as you can."
- Rules (Score Scuffle) – "Push your mechanical pencil's lead out as far as you can. You'll earn more points the farther you extend it, so hit the button as much as you can."
- Tips – "The more you press the button, the farther you'll extend the pencil lead, so press it quickly!"
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Names in other languages
|Tap the Pencil|
|French||Brise Mine||Lead Crush|
|Italian||Inchiostro da Sparo||Ink Shot|
|Tap the Pencil Lead|
- This is the only minigame in Score Scuffle in which it is impossible to obtain a score of 1,000.
- Every button press increases the lead length by 0.3 centimeters. A perfect score (89.7 cm) requires a total of 299 button presses in 10 seconds to succeed.