Light Breeze

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Light Breeze
LightBreeze.png
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 2-vs-2 mini-game
Music Laid-Back

Light Breeze is a 2-vs-2 minigame found in Mario Party 6. Light Breeze can only be played at nighttime in Party Mode; it is one of nine minigames in Mario Party 6 that is exclusive to night, the others being the Bowser minigames and the five duel minigames that take place in a haunted forest. Its name is a play on words on "light breeze", a gentle wind, and actual light.

Introduction[edit]

The view shows the lights on the bay powering down. The camera then pans to the players on a cliff, holding fans in front of turbines.

Gameplay[edit]

Teams attempt to power up the docks on their side of the area by filling their energy meters, which is done by spinning the turbines with wind created by waving fans in front of them. To create a breeze, the players must alternatively press L Button and R Button. The meters are shared between the teams, but fill up from opposite sides. The team that powers up the bay on their side first wins the minigame.

Ending[edit]

The winners do their victory animations once the docks have lit up.

Controls[edit]

  • L Button + R Button – Move the fan / Press alternatively

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Swing your fan to spin a wind turbine and generate electricity! The first team to fill their electricity meter wins!"
  • Advice"The key to spinning the wind turbine is alternating between L ButtonR Button rapidly and precisely."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ふうしゃではつでん
Fūshiyadehatsuden
Windmill Power Generation
Spanish Brisa ligera Literal translation
French Du Vent Windy (Expression meaning "Go away")
German Lichte Brise Light Breeze
Italian Generatore Genoroso Generous Generator