|Appears in||Mario Party 9|
|Music track||Think About It|
Each tile in both of the pictures rotates 90, 180, or 270 degrees.
Players are competing to fix a picture by rotating the panels so they are facing correctly. If a panel is turned to the correct position, it lights up. If a panel is turned to an incorrect position, it stays dark. The solo player has to flip six panels, and the number of panels the rivals fix depends on the number of rivals themselves; a team of two must fix nine panels, and a team of three must fix twelve. Completed pictures include a view in a Ghost House, an athletic level, World 1, World 2, and World 4, all from New Super Mario Bros. Wii, with the solo and team players walking and jumping around. The first side to restore its picture wins. If five minutes pass with neither side restoring its picture, the game ends in a draw.
- Rules – "Return the picture panels to their correct positions! The first side to complete their image wins!"
- Controls – "Hold the Wii Remote vertically. Point at a panel, and press and hold to grab it. Twist the Wii Remote to rotate the panel, and then release to put it back in place."
Names in other languages
|Spin and Fix the Pic|
Pīntú zhuàn quān quān
|Jigsaw Puzzle Rotations|
|French||Art giratoire||Giratory art|
|German||Rasante Restaurierung||Rapid Restoration|
|Italian||Tasselli Rotanti||Rotating Dowels|
|Spanish (NOA)||Imagen desacomodada||Uncomfortable Image|
|Spanish (NOE)||Puzle giratorio||Rotating Puzzle|