Picture Match

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Picture Match is a minigame featured in Super Mario Odyssey. It appears in the Cloud Kingdom and the Mushroom Kingdom and involves replicating an image of a character as accurately as possible using capturable objects called Picture Match Parts. The player can move and rotate the parts in order for better accuracy and decapture the parts to place them. To make the minigame more difficult, the parts will disappear a few seconds after they are placed.

The minigame is first seen in the Cloud Kingdom in a Warp Pipe in the middle of the large circular arena. The player can talk to the Toad wearing a beret and begin the minigame. The player must replicate the face of a Goomba by placing its eyes, mouth, and eyebrows in the correct spots. The player can then talk to the Toad again when they are done. A score of at least sixty points is a passing grade and the Toad will give Mario a Power Moon.

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Picture Match Part (Goomba)
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Picture Match Part (Mario)

The other version of Picture Match appears in the Mushroom Kingdom and can be found by capturing a Mini Rocket near the Goomba Woods area. This time the player must replicate Mario's face using parts of his eyes, eyebrows, mouth, nose, and mustache. The same rules apply as the Cloud Kingdom version of the minigame as the player must once again score sixty points.

A more difficult version of both the Picture Match minigames is featured. In addition to the parts disappearing after being placed, all colors and outlines of the picture, aside from the outer outline will fade out, leaving the picture as a blank white silhouette. A passing score for this version is eighty points and Mario will receive another Power Moon.

The background music that plays in the Picture Match areas is a rendition of the Spade Panel/N-Mark Spade Panel minigame music from Super Mario Bros. 3.

Names in other languages[edit]

Picture Match[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Retratista Portrait painter
French Portrait craché Spitting image
Dutch Dubbelgangers Doppelgängers
German Gesichterpuzzle Face puzzle
Italian Salva la faccia Save the face
Russian Фоторобот
Fotorobot
Photo robot
Korean 그림 맞추기
Geurim Matchugi
Picture Matching

Picture Match Part (Goomba)[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish (NOA) Pieza del Retratista (goomba) Picture Match Part (Goomba)
Spanish (NOE) Pieza del Retratista (Goomba) Picture Match Part (Goomba)
French Portrait craché (Goomba) Picture Match (Goomba)
Dutch Gezichtselement (Goomba) Facial Feature (Goomba)
German Gesichterpuzzleteil (Gumba) Face Puzzle Part (Goomba)
Italian Pezzo di Salva la faccia (Goomba) Picture Match Part (Goomba)
Russian Элемент фоторобота «Гумба»
Element fotorobota «Gumba»
Picture Match Part (Goomba)
Korean 얼굴 맞추기(굼바)
Eolgul Matchugi(Gumba)
Face Match (Goomba)

Picture Match Part (Mario)[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Pieza del Retratista (Mario) Picture Match Part (Mario)
French Portrait craché (Mario) Picture Match (Mario)
Dutch Gezichtselement (Mario) Facial Feature (Mario)
German Gesichtpuzzleteil (Mario) Face Puzzle Part (Mario)
Italian Pezzo di Salva la faccia (Mario) Picture Match Part (Mario)
Russian Элемент фоторобота «Марио»
Element fotorobota «Mario»
Picture Match Part (Mario)
Korean 얼굴 맞추기(마리오)
Eolgul Matchugi(Mario)
Face Match (Mario)

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