Soar to Score

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Not to be confused with Pour to Score.
Soar to Score
Soar to Score, from Mario Party 10.
Soar to Score from Mario Party: The Top 100
Appears in Mario Party 10
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type Free-for-All minigame
Time limit 10 seconds per turn
Music track Time It Just Right! (named "Soar to Score" in Mario Party: The Top 100)
What Are The Results?
Music sample
Mario Party 10 (Time It Just Right!):

Mario Party 10 (What Are The Results?):

Mario Party: The Top 100 (Soar to Score):

Mario Party: The Top 100 (What Are The Results?):

Soar to Score is a Free-for-All minigame appearing in Mario Party 10 and Mario Party: The Top 100.


In the Mario Party 10 version, the minigame starts with Blue Toad testing the spinning rope. Regardless of where he lands, he raises his arms and cheers when he lands. In Mario Party: The Top 100, Toad always lands on the left 60-point area.


The players start on a spinning rope, trying to see how many points they can get. Once the player lands on a colored area, they get the number of points shown on that area. The green area is worth zero points, the blue areas are worth 20, the yellow areas are worth 40, the orange areas are worth 60, the pink/magenta areas are worth 80, and the red area with a flower icon is worth 100. If a player does nothing during their turn, they will not get any points. After each player goes twice, the player with the most points wins.

In the original version, the spinning rope spins much faster than in the Top 100 version.

Player reactions[edit]

Each player reacts upon landing to their success or failure as follows:

  • 0 points: groan in disappointment
  • 20 points: their third-place animation from Mario Party 9 (except Luigi's and Peach's, which are taken from Mario Party: Island Tour) or an equivalent if they are Rosalina, Donkey Kong, Toadette, or Spike (Mario Party 10) / groan in disappointment (Mario Party: The Top 100)
  • 40 points: a sigh of relief
  • 60 points: waving to the camera
  • 80 points: a quick celebration (Mario Party 10) / cheering (Mario Party: The Top 100)
  • 100 points: cheering (Mario Party 10) / a quick celebration (Mario Party: The Top 100)


Mario Party 10[edit]

  • A Button – Let go

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • A Button: Fling

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 10[edit]

  • Description"Press A Button to let go at just the right time!"
  • Minigame Space Description – "Split-second game"

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Fling yourself at the right moment to land on the highest-scoring spot!"
  • On-screen"Fling yourself to the highest score!"

Mario Party 10 challenge[edit]

  • Stick the Landings!: The player must land on the 100-point area in both rounds.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ぐるぐるジャンプ
Guruguru Janpu
Spinning Jump

Dutch Zotte Zweefmolen
Crazy Carousel
French Tourni-folie
German Punkteschleuder
Point Catapult
Italian Volteggi vorticosi
Vortical spins
Portuguese Pontos Rodopiantes
Spinning Points
Spanish (NOA) Girar y ganar
Spin and Win
Spanish (NOE) Saltimbanquis