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Splat-a-Stamp from Mario Party: Star Rush
Appears in Mario Party: Star Rush
Type Free-for-All minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track BGM MG015

Splat-a-Stamp is a Free-for-All minigame that appears in Mario Party: Star Rush.


Applause is heard as each player stands near their slingshot. The camera then zooms in to the stamp.


Using the stylus, players have to fling paintballs onto a stamp to cover it with ink. The possible stamps, picked at random, are either a Bullet Bill, Bob-omb, or Shy Guy. If one player inks a section of the stamp with a certain color, other players could cover it with their own color instead.


Splat-a-Stamp results from Mario Party: Star Rush
The results for the minigame.

Once time runs out, the stamp floats in the air and flips upside down as a piece of paper with the stamp outline comes in. The paper then gets stamped with the ink splatted on to it and each player's percentage, from as low as 0 to as high as 100, is calculated. The player with the highest percentage is the winner.


  • "Tap the paintball, slide it down, and then release to launch."

In-game text[edit]

"Splat the stamp with as much ink as you can!"

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ペイントスタンプ
Paint Stamp

French Bataille de barbouillage
Battle of daub
Italian Fionda l'inchiostro
Sling the ink
Portuguese Pinta o Carimbo
Paint the Stamp
Spanish (NOE) Tintachinas
Portmanteau of tirachinas (slingshot) and tinta (ink)