Pizza Me, Mario

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Pizza Me, Mario
Pizza Me Mario.jpg
Appears in Mario Party 9
Type Free-for-all mini-game
Music Can You Do It?

Pizza Me, Mario is a Free-for-All minigame in Mario Party 9. The minigame name is a pun on Mario's famous catchphrase "It's-a me, Mario!"

Introduction[edit]

The camera shows a pizza in the furnace, just behind the players and their pizza.

Gameplay[edit]

The Pizza Me, Mario minigame.

Each player has his or her own topping: pepperoni slices for the first player, cheese wedges for the second, broccoli florets for the third, and sliced mushrooms for the fourth player. The objective of the game is to throw the toppings onto the rotating pizza by shaking the Wii Remote. The player who gets his or her toppings onto every slice first wins. It is one of the few minigames where, when a player wins, the other players aren't active when the task is done, the other being Logger Heads, 10 to Win and Snow Go.

In Time Attack mode, the player must toss all four toppings onto the pizza, one after the other. In order to achieve the bonus objective, the player must not make any mistakes when throwing in the toppings.

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Toss your toppings onto the rotating pizza. Be the first to get your toppings on every slice to win!"
  • Controls"Hold the Wii Remote vertically. Swing the Wii Remote to toss your toppings onto the pizza."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ぐるぐるピザづくり
Guruguru piza-zukuri
Spinning Pizza Making (guruguru is an onomatopoeia for spinning/rotating/etc.)
Spanish ¡Pizza para todos! Pizza for all!
French Au quart de tour Quarter turn (Pun with an french expression meaning "React fast and immediately" and the quarter of a pizza)
German Pizza-Party Pizza Party
Italian Pazzi per la pizza Crazy for pizza
Chinese 轉轉披薩
Zhuǎn zhuǎn pīsà
Revolving Pizza

Trivia[edit]

  • Toad and Shy Guy stand on stools when playing this minigame, because of their height.