Pump, Pump and Away

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Pump, Pump and Away
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Appears in Mario Party 3
Type 2-vs-2 minigame
Time limit 10 seconds
Initial record 100 metres (PAL)/yards (NTSC)
Music Don't Hurry

Pump, Pump and Away is a 2-vs-2 minigame found in Mario Party 3. Its name is a play off the phrase "Up, Up and Away". A later minigame, Launch Break in Mario Party 9, exhibits a similar play style.

Gameplay[edit]

Official artwork of Wario in Pump Pump and Away

The players in each team will have to pump the air into the rocket much as possible within the ten second time limit. As mentioned in the advice, the player can pump the most air into the rocket when the pump is flashing. The rocket that flies the highest will win the minigame.

If both teams did nothing, they will appear tired and the minigame will end in a draw. It is possible that both teams will have the same distance; one of the teams will win by 48 if this were to occur.[1]

Controls[edit]

  • A Button – Push Pump Down
  • B Button (Z Button) – Pull Pump Up

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules: "Press A Button and B Button with good timing to pump your rocket. The team whose rocket flies higher, wins."
  • Advice: "Push the pump down when it flashes to send the most air to the rocket."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese GO! GO! ロケット
GO! GO! Roketto
Go! Go! Rocket
Spanish Cohete a Presión Rocket Pressure
French Fusées Gonflées Inflated Rockets
German Himmelfahrtskommando Ready To Go To Heaven

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