Order Up

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Order Up
Gameplay of the Mario Party 4 minigame Order Up.
Order Up from Mario Party: The Top 100
Appears in Mario Party 4
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type 2-vs-2 minigame
Time limit 15 seconds per round
Music track Loud and Sweet
Music sample
Mario Party 4:

Mario Party: The Top 100:

Order Up is a 2-vs-2 minigame from Mario Party 4 and Mario Party: The Top 100. The phrase "order up" is sometimes used by diner employees to indicate that the meal they were preparing is complete and ready to be served to the customer.


In a fast food restaurant, the Red Team is in front of a round table with 10 holes around it, which then produce food. The camera zooms out to reveal the Blue Team in front of a similar table, and the game begins.


At the beginning of each round, two each of five different food items (a hamburger, a corn dog, French fries, a drink, and an ice cream cone) are covered by boxes on a table, one for each team. The tables then spin around for a while, and when they stop, Toad (the customer) orders two of the food items. The teams must remove the boxes to reveal the correct two food items—the team that does so first earns a point. Choosing an incorrect item causes it to be removed from the table. The team that earns three points first wins the game.


In Mario Party 4, the camera zooms to the winners as they run to the front of their table, and they do their winning poses.


Mario Party 4[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Open a box

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Circle Pad: Move
  • A Button: Open box

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 4[edit]

  • Game Rules"Toad will order items that you must find in the boxes before the other team. First to 3 pts. wins."
  • Advice"Before the boxes come down, try to memorize the order of items in the circle."

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Find the boxed-up dishes to fill Toad's order!"
  • On-screen"Remember where each dish is and get the order ready!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノピオバーガー
Kinopio bāgā
Toad Burger

Dutch Spoedbestelling
Speed Order
French Burger del Amor
"Love burger", in Spanish. It also has the same pronunciation as "Burger de la mort", which means "Burger of Death". Likely a reference to the event of the same name in the game show Burger Quiz.

(It is also very similar to the names of the Bowser Minigames in this game.)

German Bestellung, bitte!
Order, please!
Italian Al ristorante
At the restaurant
Spanish Los caprichos de Toad
Toad's Fancies


The hidden poster
The hidden poster
The hidden poster
  • A poster with the name "Kinopio Burger" (the minigame's Japanese name) and a picture of Toad ("Kinopio" being his Japanese name) can be seen on the right wall, as well as a framed picture of a mushroom with a K inside it, even in international releases of Mario Party 4.
  • On the menu shown in Mario Party 4, the corn dog is mislabeled as "Hotdog."