Leaf Leap

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Leaf Leap
Leaf Leap from Mario Party 5
Appears in Mario Party 5
Mario Party: The Top 100
Mario Party Superstars
Type 4-Player minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Initial record 90 metres (Japanese/European)/yards (American English) (Mario Party 5)
50 yards (American languages)/metres (other languages) (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Music Move Happily (Mario Party 5 and Mario Party Superstars)
Fun in the Sun (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Music
Mario Party 5:

Mario Party: The Top 100:

Leaf Leap is a 4-Player minigame found in Mario Party 5, Mario Party: The Top 100, and Mario Party Superstars.

Introduction[edit]

A bean is dropped into the dirt, spawning the beanstalk with the first leaf.

Gameplay[edit]

Players must jump from leaf to leaf to try to climb the highest on the beanstalk. If players jump to a leaf that is not there, they will fall until they land back on a leaf below. The player who climbs the highest wins. An orange leaf indicates where the record is set.

A silhouette of Mario's head makes a cameo as a crater on the moon, visible if the player reaches high enough. However, this is impossible in the PAL version of Mario Party 5 due to the slower frame rate, causing the best possible score to be 150 meters as opposed to the NTSC version's 180 yards. The crater is first visible at 165 yards.

In both Mario Party 5 and The Top 100, this minigame appears as the fourth minigame in Mini-Game Decathlon. Here, the player's objective is to climb as high as possible within the time limit to earn as many points as possible, up to 1,000. The default record for this minigame in Mini-Game Decathlon is 120 yards/meters in Mario Party 5 and 50 yards/meters in The Top 100.

Controls[edit]

Mario Party 5[edit]

  • Control Stick – Jump direction (left/right)
  • A Button – Jump

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Circle Pad Left / Right: Aim jump
  • A Button: Jump

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 5[edit]

  • Rules"Jump from leaf to leaf to climb the never-ending beanstalk. Whoever climbs the highest within the time limit wins."
  • Advice"If you jump in the wrong direction, you might free-fall until you land on a leaf below. Be careful!"

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Jump from leaf to leaf and climb higher than anyone else!"
  • On-screen"Climb the beanstalk by jumping onto the leaves!"

Gallery[edit]

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese まめのきジャンプ
Mamenoki Janpu
Beanstalk Jump
Dutch Klimop Ivy; also a pun on klim op (climb up)
French Toujours plus haut! Always higher!
German Dem Himmel so nah... So close to the heaven...
Italian Di foglia in foglia From leaf to leaf
Spanish La planta The Plant, planta can also mean "floor" or "level"