Rainbow Dream

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Rainbow Dream
Rainbow Dream Party.jpg
Appeared in Mario Party 5
Availability Default
Music
Mario Party 5 Soundtrack Sky Presents.ogg

“Rainbow bridges connect the board's four areas: cloudy, rainy, snowy, and sunny. Enjoy the beautiful scenery!”
Mario Party 5 instruction booklet, page 27

Rainbow Dream, in Mario Party 5 is a board map from the Dream Depot. It was created from dreams of rainbows. Suspended above the clouds with a backdrop of a pink, starry sky, the dream is based on the four main types of weather: cloudy, rainy, sunny, and snowy. Rainbow Dream comprises five independently floating clouds, one for each type of weather and one that serves as the start space. The main way of getting around the board is by getting to the "rainbow spaces." Whenever players got to one of them, Klevar asks them if they want to cross the rainbow bridge for 5 coins. If paid, a rainbow appears for them to go to the next area. Additionally, there is a gondola that can be used if a player lands on one of four ? Spaces located near it. There are four other ? Spaces-one on each cloud (not counting the ones that activate the gondola). The one on the cloudy area gives players a chance to get some Capsules by tapping the A Button button to run faster on the battery wheel. Landing on the ? Space in the rainy area sends the player (and the players on the two spaces next to it) on a current that takes them back to start. The ? Space on the sunny area makes three rainbows appear. The player chooses one, then sildes down to the area the rainbow led, collecting coins along the way. Finally, the ? Space at the snowy area gives players a chance to win coins by ground pounding the see-saw a snowman is on to lift it as high they could. The snowman then comes back down, sending the player upwards where the coins were. The harder the ground pound, the higher the jump, the more coins they won. The ? Space near the generator gives the player capsules.

Story Mode[edit]

The Rainbow Dream in Story Mode

In Story Mode, Bowser and Koopa Kid attempt to take over Rainbow Dream. But when the player (Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Yoshi, Wario, Princess Daisy, or Waluigi) came to stop them, Bowser made Koopa Kid do the fighting for him. Koopa Kid then split into three Koopa Kids: Red K. Kid, Green K. Kid, and Blue K. Kid. The player defeats all three of them, and they turn back into the one Koopa Kid. He and Bowser escape to cause trouble in another dream. This battle takes place on the sunny part of the dream.

Spaces[edit]

Party Mode[edit]

Type of Space Number of Spaces
SpaceBlueMP45.png
Blue Spaces
51
SpaceRedMP45.png
Red Spaces
8 (0 during the last five turns if the Red Spaces turn into Bowser Spaces)
SpaceHappeningMP5.png
Happening Spaces
8
SpaceDonkeyMP5.png
DK Spaces
1
Bowser Square.PNG
Bowser Spaces
1 (9 during the last five turns if all Red Spaces turn into Bowser Spaces)
Total of Spaces 69

Story Mode[edit]

Type of Space Number of Spaces
SpaceBlueMP45.png
Blue Spaces
18
SpaceRedMP45.png
Red Spaces
3
SpaceHappeningMP5.png
Happening Spaces
1
SpaceDonkeyMP5.png
DK Spaces
1
Bowser Square.PNG
Bowser Spaces
0

VS Spaces
2
Total of Spaces 25

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese レインボー・ドリーム
Reinbō Dorīmu
Rainbow Dream
Spanish Paseo por el arco iris Walk through the rainbow
French Arc-en-Rêve Portmanteau of arc-en-ciel (rainbow) and rêve (dream)
German Regenbogen-Traum Literal translation
Italian Sogno Arcobaleno Literal translation