Money Belts

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This article is about the Mario Party 4 minigame. For the Mario Party 6 minigame that was originally known as "Money Belt", see X-Ray Payday.
Money Belts
Wario in Money Belts from Mario Party 4
Appears in Mario Party 4
Mario Party Superstars
Type 1-vs-3 coin mini-game
Time limit 30 seconds
Music Try Hard, Folks
Music

Money Belts is a 1-vs-3 coin-collecting minigame in Mario Party 4 and Mario Party Superstars.[1] Its name originally refers to belts with pouches for money or other small items. This is the only coin-collecting minigame in the game not to feature the music "Full of Vigor"; instead, its music is "Try Hard, Folks."

Introduction[edit]

The camera shows two conveyor belts with boxes containing the solo player on top and the three other players on the bottom. The boxes wiggle, and the camera changes angle as the players jump out of the boxes. The game then begins.

Gameplay[edit]

The lone player starts on a small conveyor belt, while the team starts on a larger conveyor belt beneath it. The conveyor belts will start moving, and coins, cookies, and candy will start coming out. Players must collect the coins and Coin Bags. The cookies and candy block the players' path, possibly causing them to fall off the conveyor belt. If that happens, players must wait until their characters return via a box. At the end of 30 seconds, players keep whatever coins they collected.

Ending[edit]

All objects on the conveyor belts disappear as the players line up on their respective territories as the camera changes angle to the front. The players do their winning poses, but if no coins were collected at all, the players sulk in disappointment.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move

In-game text[edit]

  • Game Rules"This is a coin-collecting bonus game. Avoid the cookies and sweets on the belt and grab as many coins as possible."
  • Advice"Sweets come off the conveyor belts on the left and right, too, so watch out, and be careful!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese GOGO!コンベアー
GOGO! Konbeā
GOGO! Conveyor
French Pièces et Chocolats Coins and Chocolate
German Geld am laufenden Band! Money on the Running Belt!
Italian Nastri trasportatori Conveyor belts
Spanish Las cintas mecánicas The Mechanical Belts

References[edit]

  1. ^ Nintendo. (September 1, 2021). Mario Party™ Superstars for Nintendo Switch™ — Official Site Nintendo. Retrieved September 1, 2021.