Paint Misbehavin'

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Paint Misbehavin'
Wario getting hit in Paint Misbehavin' from Mario Party 8
2-vs.-2 minigame version
A duel in Paint Misbehavin' in Mario Party 8
Duel minigame version
Appears in Mario Party 8
Type 2-vs.-2 minigame
Duel minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music Friendly Competition

Paint Misbehavin' is a 2-vs.-2 and Duel minigame in Mario Party 8. Its name is a pun on the title of the song "Ain't Misbehavin'."

Introduction[edit]

The players are shown standing on a gigantic desk with art materials. A group of Goombas on a stack of books comes toward them as they hop into their paintball machines, and the game starts.

Gameplay[edit]

Each team or player competes to paint the eleven Goombas roaming around the square stage in their color by shooting paintballs at them. Goombas can be "repainted" if hit by a different-colored paintball. The paintball machines are restricted to opposite sides of the stage, and teammates cannot move past each other. Hitting opponents with paintballs will stun them briefly. The team or player that has more Goombas painted in their color when time runs out wins. A tie can occur only if an even number of Goombas is painted.

Ending[edit]

Toad is seen shooting Wario after winning.

On the stage, the winning character(s) celebrate(s) as they walk back to the paintball machines, while the loser(s) sulk(s) before they run around to avoid being shot at by the winning player(s). If the minigame ends in a tie, all characters will sulk and look dejected.

Controls[edit]

  • Wii Remote: Hold sideways
  • Buttons
    • +Control Pad – Move
    • Two Button – Shoot paint

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules (2-vs.-2)"Work with your teammate to paint more Goombas your team color than your rivals."
  • Rules (Duel)"Move around the board to paint more Goombas in your color than your rival in 30 seconds!"
  • Hint"It's not over until it's over! Keep on shooting paint until the bitter end!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ペイントクリボー
Peinto kuribō
Paint Goomba
French Goombas et Couleurs Goombas and Colors
German Gumbas in Farbe Goombas in Full Color
Italian Il Colore dei Goomba The Goombas' Color
Spanish Goombasso Portmanteau of Goomba and Picasso