Skateboard Scamper

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Skateboard Scamper
Mario Party.
Skateboard Scamper MP2.png
Mario Party 2.
Appears in Mario Party
Mario Party 2
Type 4-player minigame
Music Dodging Danger (Mario Party)
Don't Look Back (Mario Party 2)

Skateboard Scamper is a 4-player minigame that appeared in both Mario Party and Mario Party 2.


Both versions look different, but concept and controls are completely alike. In the Mario Party version, the players have to skate on a bridge on a lava pit, while the bridge goes down into the pit and Thwomps try to slow down the players as they run away. The Mario Party 2 version involves the players being chased by a Boo, whom escapes from a photograph. It also involves collecting coins, so even those who get caught can get a chance to get coins. The first one who gets to the light source wins, eliminating Boo in the process. This is a survival game.

In the Mini-Game Coaster on Mario Party 2, the human player must be the first to reach the light source to win.


  • A Button – Jump
  • B Button (Repeatedly) – Skate

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party[edit]

  • Game Rules"The floor beneath you breaks up as players scamper across. Press B Button repeatedly to skate and A Button to jump."
  • Advice"Use jump not only to get past obstacles, but also to grab coins that are floating in the air."

Mario Party 2[edit]

  • Game Rules"It's the scariest scamper ever! You're trapped in Boo's haunted house for a skateboard race to safety!"
  • Advice"Boo chases after you relentlessly. Don't let yourself fall behind the others, or Boo will get you!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Mario Party[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese くずれるゆかをかけろ!
Kuzureru Yuka o Kakero!
Dash across the crumbling floor!
French Dingo-skate Crazy skate
German Skateboard-Fieber Skateboard Fever

Mario Party 2[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ヒュードロやしき
Hyūdoro Yashiki
「屋敷」 yashiki means "mansion", 「ヒュー」 hyū is an onomatopoeia for whooshing or whistling wind, and 「ドロ」 doro represents muddiness or dripping mud; the overall message is that the mansion is a spooky, unsettling place.
Spanish Corre con el Skate Run with the Skateboard
French Skate cinoque Crazy skate
German Skateboard-Fieber Skateboard Fever
Italian Fuga in Skateboard Escape in Skateboard