Looking for Love

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Looking for Love
LookingforLove SuperMarioParty.png
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 4-Player minigame
Music track Looking for Love

Looking for Love is a 4-Player minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. Its name refers to when one is searching for one they want to date.


The minigame begins with a cutscene that shows the four players running to the screen in a gym. The players' task is to look in the direction of the heart when it appears in a circle. There are also other symbols such as clubs, spades, and diamonds, and they can appear in different colors. The first player who looks in the right direction gets five points, the second player gets three, the third player gets two, and the last one gets one. If a player looks in the wrong direction or fails to look in a direction within the time limit, they get no points. After the tenth round, the player with the most points wins.


  • Single Joy-Con Top Button – Look up
  • Single Joy-Con Bottom Button – Look down
  • Single Joy-Con Left Button – Look left
  • Single Joy-Con Right Button – Look right

In-game text[edit]

  • Look at the ♥!
  • Don't be fooled by other colors of suits!

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハートを見て!
Hāto o mite!
Look at the Heart!
Chinese (Simplified) 看爱心!
Kàn àixīn!
Look at the Heart!
Chinese (Traditional) 看愛心!
Kàn àixīn!
Look at the Heart!
Dutch Op harten azen To desire hearts. Pun on “azen” (“aces”)
French En quête de cœur In a heart quest
German Herz am rechten Fleck Heart in the right spot
Italian Occhio al cuore! Eye on the heart!
Korean 하트를 봐라!
Hateureul bwara!
Look at the Heart!
Spanish (NOA) En busca del amor Searching for love
Spanish (NOE) De todo corazón With All My Heart