Jigsaw Jumble

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This article is about a minigame from Mario Party 9. For the puzzles on the Play Nintendo website, sometimes referred to as "Jigsaw Jumbles", see List of Play Nintendo puzzles.
Jigsaw Jumble
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Mario Party 9
Top100JigsawJumble.png
Mario Party: The Top 100
Appears in Mario Party 9
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type Free-for-All minigame
Initial record 0:30.00
Music Think About It (Mario Party 9)
Come On, Chop-Chop! (Mario Party: The Top 100)

Jigsaw Jumble is a Free-for-All minigame featured in Mario Party 9, and it returns in Mario Party: The Top 100. Its name is a pun on "jigsaw puzzle."

Introduction[edit]

The first puzzle is already in front of the player. The possible pieces to complete it then fall from above.

Gameplay[edit]

Players have to select the missing puzzle piece to complete puzzles, until all five puzzles are solved. For every round, the number of choices increases by one, starting with four. If the player selects an incorrect piece, it simply flies away. The puzzle pictures are a Bob-omb, Boo, Buzzy Beetle, Chain Chomp, Cheep Cheep, Fire Flower, Spiny, Green Shell, and Mushroom.

Ending[edit]

The player who completes the puzzles fastest gets a golden frame for the last puzzle. Second place gets a silver frame, and third place gets a bronze frame. If the player in last place manages to complete their puzzle immediately after the second-to-last player has finished theirs, the player in last will receive a green frame; otherwise, no frame will be given.

Controls[edit]

Mario Party 9[edit]

  • "Point the Wii Remote at the piece you want to take, and press and hold A Button. While still holding A Button, move the piece to the missing area and release A Button."

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Stylus: Touch and drag pieces

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 9[edit]

  • Rules"Find the missing piece in each of the five puzzles. Be the first to complete them all to win!"

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Find and place the right pieces to be the first to finish 5 puzzles!"
  • On-screen"Place the right pieces!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 連続ジグソーパズル
Renzoku jigusōpazuru
Serial Jigsaw Puzzles
Spanish La pieza justa The exact piece
French Pièces maîtresses Trump pieces (also means "centerpiece")
Dutch Het laatste stukje The last piece
German Puzzleflink Puzzle Agility
Italian Il tassello giusto The right tile
Chinese 連續拼圖
Liánxù pīntú
Serial Jigsaw Puzzles