The camera is zoomed in to show the Bowser head, then zooms out to show both players' pinball fields. All players then control their flipper twice.
Each player controls either the left or right flipper on their team's pinball board. There are many objects on the board that can be used to get points. The three bumpers at the top can be hit for ten, fifty, or 100 points. Hitting the Goomba from above or below will set the slots in motion; matching three in a row will give the team an extra 500, 1,000, or 2,000 points. Hitting the spring will award 200 points as well as launch the ball toward the Bowser head in the middle, making it count down from five. Whichever team makes the Bowser head reach zero will be awarded with many extra pinballs, which can subsequently be used to rack up big points.
If at any time the team loses the ball, another one will be given after a few seconds. The only exception to this rule is if the team hits their ball into the other team's pinball board, in which case they must wait for the other team to lose one of their pinballs. The maximum time limit in this minigame is 60 seconds.
The team with the most points after one minute wins. However, if a human player and their teammate beats the high score of 5,000, when the timer runs out, a new record will appear on the screen to tell the player that a brand new record is set.
The players turn to the camera, then perform their respective winning and losing poses.
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