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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.


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)