4-Player minigame version
|Appears in||Mario Party DS|
|Type||4-Player minigame |
|Initial record||200.0 cm/in.|
|Music track||Fresh as Mint|
In this minigame, the player must use the stylus to speedily slide down a handrail. Every time the player slides the stylus, their speed increases. When the player reaches the bottom of the rail, their speed determines how far their jump will be. The player who makes the farthest jump wins the minigame. If all players either miss making their farthest jumps or achieve the same jump score, the minigame is considered a tie.
If both players get the same score in the Duel variant that breaks the current record, it counts as a new record even though neither player won, as the screen says "Tie" after the "New Record" fanfare. This also applies to the other Duel minigames with a record system.
The winning and losing players do their winning and losing animations, respectively, on the red rug.
- – Slide up to accelerate
- Rules – "Build speed for a long jump. You'll go farther the more you slide your stylus up the screen before the jump."
- Rules (Score Scuffle) – "Build speed for a long jump. You'll go farther the more you slide your stylus up the screen before the jump. You'll earn more points the farther you go."
- Tips – "As you slide your stylus rapidly, use the full height of the screen."
Names in other languages
Tesuri de Janpu
|Jump the Handrail|
|French||Les Dieux de la Rampe||The Ramp Gods, pun on feux de la rampe (footlights)|
|Italian||Salto dal Corrimano||Guardrail Jump|
|Spanish||Surf en la barandilla||Surfing on the Railing|