Slot Trot

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Slot Trot
Mario Party 6
Mario Party: The Top 100
Appears in Mario Party 6
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type 2-vs.-2 minigame
Time limit 15 seconds per round
Music Slow and Steady

Slot Trot is a 2-vs.-2 minigame found in Mario Party 6 and Mario Party: The Top 100. Its name is a pun on "Foxtrot," a dance from the 1920s.


The camera shows the player's team; the team runs forward to move the wheel forward, then back to move it back. The view then changes to the one shown in-game.


Both slots that are displayed by a Lakitu flip randomly to show a pair of objects. The pair of objects shown can be either a Mushroom, cloud, Green Shell, Fire Flower, Buzzy Beetle, Yoshi Egg, Cheep Cheep, or Red Paratroopa shell. The teams must then rotate the slot they stand upon so that the result on the machine matches the one on Lakitu's display. The first team to match the display three times wins. It is possible for both teams to score. If both teams score three points or if too many rounds pass, regardless of the teams' scores, a draw is declared.

In The Top 100, some icons have been changed: The Green Shell now shows the Koopa Troopa, the Buzzy Beetle's design resembles more of its common New Super Mario Bros. variation with the glowing red eyes, and Boos and Bullet Bills appear instead of the clouds and the Paratroopa shells.


The camera zooms in on the winners, who perform their victory animations. If a draw is declared, the players do their losing animations as "Tie" appears on the screen.


Mario Party 6[edit]

  • B Button – Spin wheel forward
  • A Button – Spin wheel backward

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • A Button: Rotate up
  • B Button: Rotate down

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 6[edit]

  • Rules"Team up with a partner and run along the wheels to match the symbols at the top of the screen. Earn three points to win!"
  • Advice"Press the buttons carefully to make the wheel stop exactly where you want it to."

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description and on-screen"Match the pictures on the reels with the guide!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese リールをまわせ
Rīru o mawase
Reel Matching
Spanish Carrera de rodillos Roller Race
French Tourn'Images Image Turn
Dutch Rollenspel Rolling Game
German Trommel-Taumel Drum Delirium
Italian Trotta e Accoppia Trot and Connect