|Appears in||Mario Party 5|
|Time limit||30 seconds|
|Music track||Move Happily|
The goal of the minigame is to jump over the bar as many times as possible. One player rotates a lever, making the hands holding the bar rotate. The other player must jump this bar as it passes below them. The point is to rotate it fast but not extremely fast so the player jumping it can jump in time. The team with more points at the end of the minigame wins. If both teams have the same number of points, the minigame ends in a draw.
This minigame takes place on a giant gloved hand, with a blue sky and a rainbow in the background. Holding the bar are two hands wearing white gloves. There are more of these hands over the screen. The player who is jumping is standing on a hand-shaped carpet with a star in the middle. Everything for the players to the left is red, while the others receive their traditional blue.
- – Jump
Player holding lever
- → (Alternating) – Turn bar
- Rules – "Jump over the bar as many times as you can. One player rotates the lever to turn the bar, and the other player jumps."
- Advice 1 – "Tap for a smaller jump."
- Advice 2 – "Press and rapidly to increase the speed of the bar, but be careful not to force your partner to make a mistake."
Names in other languages
Hando de pyon
|Hand Jump; possibly a parody of Panel de Pon (パネルでポン), a Nintendo game released in Japan for the Super Famicom in 1995|
|French||Le Câble à Sauter||The Jump Cable (Pun of Corde à Sauter meaning "skipping rope")|
|German||Seilspringen im Team||Jump Rope Team|
|Italian||Corda meccanica||Mechanical rope|
|Spanish||La mecacomba||The Mecha-Jumping Rope|