Rain of Fire

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Rain of Fire
Rain of Fire from Mario Party 5
Appears in Mario Party 5
Type Bowser mini-game
Music track Bad Bowser Castle
Music sample

Rain of Fire is a Bowser minigame found in Mario Party 5. Its name is a pun on the phrase "reign of fire."

Introduction[edit]

Bowser breathes fire at the fuse.

This minigame, like all other Bowser minigames in Mario Party 5, takes place on a purple mountainous statue of Bowser, this time on the head. Bowser breathes fire at the fuse as it burns to the cannon. Subsequently, a firework shoots high into the air and explodes, starting the minigame.

Gameplay[edit]

As the fireworks rain down, players must avoid the flaming debris. Players must watch the shadows in order to avoid the debris as it falls. Even after it has touched the ground, it will still remain there for about a second before disappearing. Players must dodge two waves of flames in this manner. Any players that survive both waves are safe from Bowser. However, touching just one piece of debris once eliminates the player and gets them branded as a "loser."

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Avoid the burning bits of Bowser's fireworks that are raining down."
  • Advice"Use the shadows created by the burning debris to predict where the debris will fall, then get out of the way!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese がんばってもダメなのだ
Ganbatte mo Dame Nano da
It's no good even if you try your best
French Poussières d'artifices Fireworks dust
German Keine Chance! No Chance!
Italian Pioggia di fuoco Rain of fire
Spanish Lluvia ígnea Fire Rain

Trivia[edit]

  • This minigame shares its name with a WarCraft spell; Rich Amtower, one of the localizers of Mario Party 5, was previously a Blizzard employee.