Skateboard Scamper

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Skateboard Scamper
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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.

Gameplay[edit]

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. 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. 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.

Controls[edit]

  • 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