O-Zone

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O-Zone
OzoneLayer.png
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type Duel mini-game
Time limit 60 seconds
Music Time to Duel

O-Zone is a Duel minigame in Mario Party 6. Its name is a pun on the Ozone Layer. On the game's website, the minigame is named "Tic Tac Whoa!"

Introduction[edit]

If the player wants to get O's quickly, then it is vital for them to watch the introduction. It shows all the spaces uncovered, then covers them and spins them around on the platform they are on. The player does not have to watch each one spin around because they go in a 360-degree turn.

Gameplay[edit]

To win this minigame, the player must ground-pound certain spaces that have O's under them. Once the player gets three of these out of five on the board, they win. If the space the player ground-pounds is an X, lightning bolts come down on the player and stun them for a few seconds. Some spaces do not have a letter under them at all; nothing happens if these spaces are pounded.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A ButtonJump
  • A ButtonA Button – Ground-pound

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Ground-pound the stage panels to find circles! Be the first to find three to claim victory!"
  • Advice"Before the game begins, carefully study the stage to figure out which panels are circles."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アタリをみつけろ
Atari o mitsukero
Find the Target
Spanish El baile de la O The O dance
French Cercles Croisés Crossed Circles
German Kreuz gegen Kreis Cross against circle
Italian Tris di Cerchi Circle Trio