Gondola Glide

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Gondola Glide
Gondola Glide at day from Mario Party 6
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 2-vs.-2 mini-game
Initial record 1'00"00
Music track Relaxed
Music sample

Gondola Glide is a 2-vs.-2 minigame featured in Mario Party 6. Its name is a pun on "gondola ride."

There are only aesthetic changes between day and night. At night, the moon and stars appear in the sky.


The players glide forward, advancing through the first gate right as the game starts.


Both teams attempt to repeatedly press the button that is shown on the screen to move their gondolas faster. If the team goes through a star that is a different color, the button changes to another button. The team then has to repeatedly press the newly assigned button. The minigame simply alternates between pressing A Button and B Button. As stated above, pressing the correct button causes the gondola to move faster; pressing the incorrect button slows it down. The first team to reach the goal is the winner. If five minutes pass before either team gets to the goal, the minigame ends in a tie.


The winners' gondola pulls to a stop at the top of a snowy hill. They then perform their victory animations from there.


  • B Button A Button (Tap repeatedly) – Move forward

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Press the button displayed on the gates repeatedly to move your gondola forward. The first team to reach the goal wins!"
  • Advice"You'll hit the brakes if you press any button other than the one shown on the last gate."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴンドラレース
Gondora Rēsu
Gondola Race
French Télé-Féerique Portmanteau of téléphérique (cable car) and féerique (fairy-like)
German Seilbahn-Derby Cable Car Derby
Italian Telefrenetica
Spanish Velocidad máxima Maximum Speed