Slow Dice Block

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Slow Dice Block
A Slow Dice Block from Mario Party 9.
First appearance Mario Party 9 (2012)
Latest appearance Mario Party 10 (2015)
Effect Allows the player to roll a slower Dice Block.

Slow Dice Blocks are a type of special Dice Blocks appearing in Mario Party 9 and Mario Party 10. They are similar to normal Dice Blocks, but are completely gold in color and the numbers are blue. The numbers on the Dice Block will scroll by slowly, allowing the user to roll a specific number easier. They work similarly to the Slow 'Shroom Orb and the Slowgo Candy, the only difference being that the player should hit A Button as soon as the number the player wants to get appears for the player to get the desired effect. The player must be careful not to shake the Wii Remote, making this Dice Block spin faster and get bigger, thus the numbers will scroll faster. The hardest the player shakes the Wii Remote, the fastest the numbers scroll. Slow Dice Blocks can be obtained by landing on a Dice Space, a Spin Space or from a Toad House. Another way of obtaining a Slow Dice Block is for the player to be in last place when the "Almost There!/Homestretch!" event occurs.


Mario Party 9[edit]

  • Instruction manual: "Dice Block allowing choices from 1 through 6"

Mario Party 10[edit]

  • Instruction manual (Bowser Party - How to Play): "Has numbers from 1 to 6 and slowly cycles through them."
  • Instruction manual (Mario Party): "Numbers from 1 to 6 cycle slowly."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゆっくりサイコロ
Yukkuri Saikoro
Slowly Dice
Chinese 慢慢骰子
Mànmàn Tóuzi
Slow-slow Dice
French (NOA) Dé lent Slow Dice
French (NOE) Dé pipé Loaded Dice
Italian Rallendado Slow-dice
Spanish Dado lento Slow dice