Mecha March

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Mecha March
MP9 2-Player Mecha March.png
Appears in Mario Party 9
Type Bowser Jr. mini-game
Music You're Not Getting Away!

Mecha March is a Bowser Jr. minigame in Mario Party 9. Mecha March is reminiscent of Desert Dash from Mario Party and Dungeon Dash from Mario Party 2.


Bowser Jr. is seen using a legged machine that looks like a Koopa Clown Car, as it turns back.


The duo must pilot their legged vehicle in order to catch up to Bowser Jr. in his own. The players do this by waving their Wii Remotes alternately to move the machine legs for the vehicle to walk through the corridor. When wreckage is found on the floor, the players must shake their Wii Remotes at the same time to jump over it. As the players get closer to Bowser Jr., he begins to panic and move faster. Right near the end, Bowser Jr. begins to move slowly as he passes underneath the gate. The players win if they kick Bowser Jr.'s machine before he passes the gate at the end.


If the players' machine kicks Bowser Jr., he and his vehicle are launched forward. If Bowser Jr. enters the gate, it closes, and he escapes.

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Work with your teammate to operate a two-legged vehicle in order to chase and catch Bowser Jr."
  • Controls"Hold the Wii Remote vertically. Wave it in time with the instructions shown on-screen."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マシーンで追いかけろ
Mashīn de oikakero
Chase with Machines
Spanish (NOA) La huida de Bowser Jr. Bowser Jr.´s Flight
Spanish (NOE) La huida de Bowsy Bowser Jr.´s Flight
French Avancée Synchronisée Synchronized Progress
German Robo-Rallye Robot Rally
Chinese 兩人兩腳
Liǎng rén liǎng jiǎo
Two People, Two Feet