Stardust Battle

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Stardust Battle
Stardust Battle
Appears in Mario Party 3
Type Rare mini-game
Initial record 3'00"00
Music track Stardust Battle
Music sample

Stardust Battle is a Rare minigame found in Mario Party 3. The player can earn this minigame by completing Story Mode, and it acts as the final stage of Story Mode.

Gameplay[edit]

In the minigame, the player has to dodge as many star meteors as possible (the star meteors look red with flames behind them). Once they have hit the ground and cooled off (turning blue and losing their flame trails), the player must grab one of them and throw it at the Millennium Star. Every one (Easy), two (Normal), or three (Free Play, Hard, and Super Hard) hits, the Millennium Star will change the layout of the playfield to make the minigame harder. The battlefield at the beginning of the game is a normal, checkered floor. It then changes to a goop floor that makes it harder to move around. The last layout is an ice floor that makes it slippery and harder to change directions. It takes three (Easy), six (Normal), or nine (Free Play, Hard, and Super Hard) hits to the Millennium Star to win the battle, his border glowing red more intensely the closer he is to defeat. Getting hit by any of the falling stars, touching one that has not cooled off, or letting three minutes elapse ends the minigame in a loss.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A ButtonJump
  • B Button – Pick up/throw falling star

In-game text[edit]

  • Game Rules"Gather up the falling stars that land in the playing field, then throw them at the Millennium Star."
  • Advice"If you try to pick up a falling star while it's still glowing, you'll be out, so be careful."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スターダストバトル
Sutādasuto batoru
Stardust Battle
French Combat Céleste Celestial Fight
German Sternenregen Star Rain
Spanish Batalla Polvo Estelar Stardust Battle