Logger Heads

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Logger Heads
MP9 4-Player Logger Heads.png
Appears in Mario Party 9
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type Free-for-All minigame
Music Can You Do It?
Music
Mario Party 9:

Mario Party: The Top 100:

Logger Heads is a Free-for-All minigame in Mario Party 9 and Mario Party: The Top 100. Its name is a pun on "loggerheads," a former term for stupid people.

Introduction[edit]

The players approach the stump and lift their axes in preparation.

Gameplay[edit]

Players try to be the first to split the log that the Whittle puts on the trunk in half by quickly moving the Wii Remote (or pressing A Button in The Top 100). Occasionally, the Whittle may put a Bob-omb on the stump instead of a log, and players must hold A Button (B Button in The Top 100) to duck. Failing to do so or chopping the Bob-omb results in players being stunned for the next round. The first player to get three points wins, and the game will immediately end; this means that the other players will be ranked based on how many logs they have chopped.

In Perspective Mode, the player views the minigame from behind their character.

Like 10 to Win, Snow Go, and Pizza Me, Mario, this minigame ends when one player reaches the goal.

Controls[edit]

Mario Party 9[edit]

  • "Hold the Wii Remote vertically. Swing the Wii Remote downward to chop with your ax. When a Bob-omb appears, press and hold A Button to duck and avoid the explosion."

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • A Button: Swing axe
  • Hold B Button: Take cover

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 9[edit]

  • Rules"Use your ax to be the first to split the logs placed in front of you. Look out for Bob-ombs that explode if you hit them by mistake!"

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Be the first to chop 3 logs, but if you see a Bob-omb, take cover!"
  • On-screen"Be the first to chop 3 logs!"

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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese まきわりNo.1
Makiwari Nanbā Wan
Wood-Splitting No. 1
Chinese 砍柴我最行
Kǎnchái Wǒzuìxíng
Woodcutting No. 1
Dutch Bomstammen Pun on boomstammen, meaning "tree trunks" and bom, meaning "bomb".
French Bûches et embûches Logs and ambushes, from the similar consonance of the two words.
German Hickhack Pun on Hickhack, meaning "dispute" and hack, meaning "chopping".
Italian Ceppo o bomba? Log or bomb?
Spanish ¡Leña al leño! Thrash Out the Logs!