Mecha-Marathon

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Mecha-Marathon
Mecha-Marathon
Mario Party 2
Mecha-Marathon from Mario Party: The Top 100
Mario Party: The Top 100
Appears in Mario Party 2
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type 4-Player minigame
Time limit 10 seconds (Mario Party 2)
7 seconds (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Initial record 20.00 metres (Japanese, British English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish)/yards (American English) (Mario Party 2)
10.00 yards (American English)/metres (other languages) (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Music The Blue Skies Yonder

Mecha-Marathon is a 4-Player minigame found in Mario Party 2 and Mario Party: The Top 100. The stage is set in a grassy environment, with four divided lanes of smooth dirt.

Gameplay[edit]

Players have to wind up their Mecha Fly Guys as fast as they can within the time limit. Each player has a lane for themselves and a Mecha Fly Guy to wind up. Once the time is up, the players will release their Mecha Fly Guys, which will start hovering down the path. As the Fly Guys fly, there will be signs every ten yards to show where they are. The Fly Guys that were not wound up enough will fall to the ground after some distance. The player that has their Mecha Fly Guy land the farthest wins.

In the Mini-Game Coaster, the human player must make their Mecha Fly Guy fly the farthest to win.

Controls[edit]

Mario Party 2[edit]

  • A Button + B Button (Repeatedly) – Wind up

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Mash A Button + B Button: Wind up

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 2[edit]

  • Game Rules"See how far your Mecha Fly Guy will fly! Whoever flies farthest, wins!"
  • Game Rules (Mini-Game Coaster)"Wind up your Mecha Fly Guy and let him fly! Take first place to clear this Mini-Game."
  • Advice"Press the A Button and B Button Buttons simultaneously to wind your Mecha Fly Guy."

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Wind up as fast as you can so your Mecha Fly Guy flies the farthest!"
  • On-screen"Wind up as fast as you can so your mecha flies the farthest!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ぜんまいヘイホーレース
Zenmai heihōrēsu
Spring-Shy Guy Race
Dutch Opwindende wedstrijd Exciting race, opwinden also means "to wind (something) up"
French Méka-Marathon Mecha Marathon
German Robo-Marathon -
Italian Maratona a molla Spring Marathon
Spanish (NOA) Maratón mecánico (Mario Party: The Top 100) Mechanical marathon (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Spanish (NOE) Robot-Maratón Robot Marathon