Pixel Perfect

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

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


The camera zooms in on the display on the top of the screen. It then scrolls through a picture of a Star, Mushroom, or 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 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
Spanish Hasta el último detalle Up to the last detail
French Au Pixel Près Pixel-Precise
German Pixel-Stampf Pixel Pound
Italian Scacchiera Mobile Mobile Chequerboard