Mob Sleds

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Mob Sleds
Mob Sleds
Appears in Mario Party 9
Type 1-vs.-Rivals minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track Don't Freeze!
Music sample

Mob Sleds is a 1-vs.-Rivals minigame featured in Mario Party 9. The name is a pun on "bobsleds." This minigame acts as the opposite of Ruins Rumble, where the solo player controls a vehicle while the team players and the Dry Bones evade the solo player.


Starting at the leftmost rival, the camera moves to show each rival. It then zooms out to show the entire field.


The solo player tries to avoid being hit by the rivals as they hunt the solo player down in Cooligan sleds. The rivals have to stay along the tracks, while the solo player can move freely. The sleds go as fast as the solo player and change direction if they make a head-on collision with another sled. When the player plays with two rivals, the track is smaller than when playing with three. If the solo player survives for the entire 30 seconds, they are victorious. If any of the rivals run over the solo player within 30 seconds, the rivals are victorious.

This minigame is also available in Perspective Mode, and it is the final minigame unlocked, as well as the only 1-vs.-Rivals minigame in Perspective Mode. The player is automatically the solo player, and they must avoid the other three players for 30 seconds. The camera view is changed, so that it is near the player.

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules (Normal)"Keep away from the sleds! The solo player wins by evading the players on sleds until time runs out."
  • Rules (Perspective Mode)"Avoid getting hit by the other players until time runs out!"
  • Controls (Solo)"Hold the Wii Remote sideways. Press +Control Pad to move."
  • Controls (Team)"Hold the Wii Remote sideways. Sleds move automatically. Press +Control Pad to turn up, down, left, or right along the snow tracks."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 氷の上で追いかけっこ
Kōri no ue de oikakekko
Tag on the ice
Chinese 冰上追趕跑
Bīng shàng zhuīgǎn pǎo
Chase on the Ice
French Chasse-neige Snowplow, but literally "Snow Hunt".
German Schneemobiljagd Snowmobile Chase
Italian All'inseguimento! In pursuit!
Spanish (NOA) Frigopatrulla Fina Fine Ice-patrol
Spanish (NOE) Persecución helada Frozen Chase