Lunar-tics

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Lunar-tics
Luneatics.png
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type Duel mini-game
Music Dueling for Prizes

Lunar-tics is a Duel minigame in Mario Party 6. Its name is a pun on the word "lunatics."

Introduction[edit]

The players jump from a rocket, activating their jetpacks.

Gameplay[edit]

Mario Party 6 official art of Toad playing Lunar-tics

The object of the game is to land on the landing pad (apparently on the moon, as indicated by the minigame's title) as closely as possible to the moment the timer reaches 0.00. Each player has a jetpack. If they press and hold A Button, they fall slower. The player with the time closer to 0.00 wins, regardless of whether the timer went past zero.

If a player holds down the A Button button until 3.51 seconds are left on the timer and then lets go, they will land with exactly 0.00 remaining.

Ending[edit]

The ending to Lunar-tics

The winner performs their winning pose on the platform, while the loser can be seen flying off into space. If the minigame ends in a draw, the players perform their losing poses.

Controls[edit]

  • A Button – Fire thrusters

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Fire your jet-pack thrusters to control your falling speed. Whoever lands closest to 0 seconds wins!"
  • Advice"Gravity will continue to pull you down even while you use your thrusters. Keep an eye on the clock while you descend!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ピッタリげつめんちゃくち
Pittari getsumen chakuchi
Perfect Moon Landing
Spanish Aterrizaje lunar Lunar landing
French Alunissage Moon Landing
German Mondlandung Moon Landing
Italian Atterraggio Morbido Soft Landing