Pixel Perfect

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Pixel Perfect
Pixel Perfect from Mario Party 6
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 2-vs.-2 mini-game
Time limit 20 seconds per round
Music track Slow and Steady
Music sample

Pixel Perfect is a 2-vs.-2 minigame in Mario Party 6. Its name comes from the eponymous term.


The camera zooms in on the display on the top of the screen. It then scrolls through pictures of a Star, Mushroom, and Fire Flower and stops on one of them.


There is a large black-and-white grid at the top of the screen that forms a pixelated picture. The two teams have to race each other in copying the picture by ground-pounding different panels to turn them black or white and match the part of the picture. Players must also be careful not to accidentally ground-pound their partners, or they are temporarily squished flat and unable to move. The first team to copy two pictures wins. If five rounds pass without a team scoring two points, the minigame ends in a tie.


The display above prints out the complete sprite shown on the screen. The winners and losers then perform their corresponding animations.


  • Control Stick – Move
  • A ButtonJump
  • A Button A Button – Ground-pound

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Ground-pound floor panels to change their color and make them match the example. The team that scores two points first wins!"
  • Advice"Study the example closely to figure out which panels need to be changed."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おえかきパネル
O e kaki paneru
Drawing Panels
French Au Pixel Près Pixel-Precise
German Pixel-Stampf Pixel Pound
Italian Scacchiera Mobile Mobile Chequerboard
Spanish Hasta el último detalle Up to the Last Detail, meaning "having everything covered"