Red Boo

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"Pink Boo" redirects here. For information about the Pink Boo from Super Mario Sunshine, see Boo Block.
Red Boo
A Red Boo from Mario Party 6.
Artwork of a Red Boo from Mario Party 6
First appearance Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (1999)
Latest appearance Mario Party: The Top 100 (cameo) (2017)
Variant of Boo
Boo Block
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Red Boo, Mario Party 8

Red Boos, also known as Pink Boos due to their coloration, are a light red or pink colored variants of Boos. They are treated and behave similarly to white Boos, with the only difference being their coloration in most depictions.

Super Mario Sunshine features a different species of pink-toned Boos called Boo Blocks.


Super Mario series[edit]

Super Mario Bros. Deluxe[edit]

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Red Boos make their first appearance in the You VS. Boo feature of Super Mario Bros. Deluxe, in which one of them is the second quickest opponent in the mode, with Black Boo being the quickest. After Mario defeats Red Boo enough times, he will then be able to race Black Boo.

Super Mario Sunshine[edit]

Main article: Boo Block

In Super Mario Sunshine, Boo Blocks have a similar color to normal Red Boos, and are called Pink Boos in guides.

Mario Party series[edit]

Mario Party 4[edit]

Red Boo in the center of the board.

In Mario Party 4, Red Boos are mainly featured on the board Boo's Haunted Bash. On that board, a Red Boo appears in the center of the board. Any player who passes it will make both the Red Boo and the Red Boo bridges disappear. When another player passes by it, the Red Boo and the bridges will reappear.

Mario Party 5[edit]

A Red Boo in Mario Party 5.

In Mario Party 5, Red Boos appear in Card Party. If someone finds one, it steals one of finder's star cards and gives it to someone else.

Mario Party 6[edit]

Daisy meets a Pink Boo in Towering Treetop

In Mario Party 6, a Pink Boo appears in Towering Treetop and Castaway Bay. These Pink Boos are female, and they speak in stereotypical valley girl jargon. They have the same role that the standard white Boo does in the first four Mario Party games. If it is nighttime, she offers to steal either a star or coins. Pink Boos also appear in the minigames Boonanza! and Boo'd Off the Stage. The ones in Boo'd Off the Stage, however, are gaseous forms of these Boos. Pink Boos also appear in the background of the Star Sprint stage, Dark Path.

Mario Party Advance[edit]

In Mario Party Advance, Pink Boos appear in the minigame Boo-Bye alongside regular and blue Boos.

Mario Party 7[edit]

Red Boos in Mario Party 7.

In Mario Party 7, if a Pink Boo Orb is thrown onto a space, any opponent who lands on it will have a Star or Coins stolen by a Pink Boo and given to the owner of the space. Pink Boos also appear in Mathemortician (with some wearing a crown) and Ghost in the Hall, though they are referred to as Red Boos by the latter minigame's advice section.

Mario Party 8[edit]

Red Boos in Boo-ting Gallery

Red Boos reappear in Mario Party 8 in King Boo's Haunted Hideaway. These Boos sell Candies to the player. They also throw the player out of the mansion whenever the player reaches a dead end, and they fly out of the chests and steal 10 coins from the player if they open one. Red Boos also appear in minigames such as Boo-ting Gallery with a "big" Red Boo and Specter Inspector.

Mario Party DS[edit]

A Red Boo in Mario Party DS.

In Mario Party DS, a Red Boo appears alongside a Green Boo, a Yellow Boo, and a Blue Boo in the minigame Peek-a-Boo.

Mario Party 9[edit]


Pink Boos were originally going to make an appearance in Mario Party 9, but were scrapped from the final game.[1]

Mario Tennis[edit]

Red Boo in Mario Tennis

In Mario Tennis, Red Boo appears as the second player's color for Boo if both players select him on the character select screen for the Short Game or Tiebreaker mode.


Artwork and sprites[edit]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese あかテレサ
Aka Teresa
Red Boo
French Boolaid Contraction of "Boo" and "laid" ("ugly"). It could also be a pun on "boulet" (drag) as it's pronounced the same way.
German Rosa Buu Huu Pink Boo