Jewel Drop

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Jewel Drop
The Jewel Drop minigame, from Mario Party 10.
Single player of Jewel Drop in Mario Party: The Top 100
Jewel Drop from Mario Party: The Top 100
Appears in Mario Party 10
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type Bonus minigame (Mario Party 10)
Special minigame (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Music track Jewel Drop
Mix It Up
Music sample
Mario Party 10 (Jewel Drop):

Mario Party 10 (Mix It Up):

Mario Party: The Top 100 (Jewel Drop):

Mario Party: The Top 100 (Mix It Up):

Jewel Drop is a Bonus minigame in Mario Party 10 and a Special minigame in Mario Party: The Top 100. The minigame itself is a cross between Columns and Tetris. Like Block Star, Stick and Spin, Castle Clearout, Three House, Emergency Hexit, and the Mario Party DS versions of Mario's Puzzle Party, Bob-omb Breakers, and Piece Out, it can be played alone or with another player.


The player is in a mine, with crystals coming out of a conveyor and falling into the player's basket. The player must link four crystals of the same color to make them disappear. Combos can be scored by creating a chain or linking five or more crystals together. There are a few crystals that appear in the shape of a star that gives the player a star whenever it is linked to three other crystals. The star allows the player to shake the basket to possibly link a few more crystals together.

Periodically, bigger crystals fall against the players' command, but they can be broken for extra points by making combos before they do. Said bigger crystals begin to shrink in size for each match made with three other crystals until they reach normal size. In single-player mode, when the player reaches 1,000 points, red crystals are added, and once a crystal falls out of the basket, the game is over.

In multiplayer, bigger crystals are triggered by the opponent's making combos. When a crystal falls out of a player's basket, the other player wins that round, and the first player to win two rounds wins.


Mario Party 10[edit]

  • +Control Pad − Move set of crystals
  • One Button − Rotate clockwise
  • Two Button − Rotate counterclockwise
  • Wii Remote − Shake basket

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Circle Pad: Move
  • B Button/A Button: Rotate
  • L Button + R Button + Shake system: Shake field (when Stars are full)

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 10[edit]

  • "Connect 4 or more jewels of the same color to make them disappear!"

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Connect 4 or more same-colored jewels to clear them!"
  • On-screen (Vs. mode)"Clear jewel combos to drop unwelcome jewels onto your rival's field!"
  • On-screen (Endless mode)"Connect 4 or more same-colored jewels to clear team!"

Mario Party 10 challenge[edit]

  • What a Gem!: The player must play this minigame for the first time.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キラキラストーンパズル
Kirakira Sutōn Pazuru
Shining Stone Puzzle
Dutch Kristalkist Crystal Chest
French Chute de gemmes Gems Drop
German Juwelenschacht Jewel Shaft
Italian Gemme cadenti Falling gems
Portuguese Joias em Caixa Box Jewels
Spanish Piedras preciosas Precious Stones