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Steamer featured in the game, Mario Party 2
The Toy Steamer in Track Star
“Hit the block and choose a direction, would ya? A Goomba will be a-sendin' ya backwards.”
Steamer, Mario Party 2

Steamer is a mustachioed locomotive found in Western Land of Mario Party 2. The characters can ride Steamer by hitting a block. If the character hits it and gets a Toad, Steamer goes forward, but if a Goomba appears, Steamer goes backward.

Steamer makes a cameo appearance in Mario Party 3. It appears in the duel minigame End of the Line where the players must guide it through one of the two tunnels to the station.

Steamer then makes a minor cameo in the Mario Party 4 board Toad's Midway Madness.

In Mario Party 5's Super Duel Mode, the Steamer (relocalized as Choo-Choo) appears as one of the machines the player can make. It is very fast, but has poor control. Its Weapon is the Pokey Tower.

In Mario Party DS, a toy Steamer makes an appearance in the 1-vs-3 minigame Track Star. One player stands on the toy train and the rest stand on the rails and try to run away from it. The player is given the choice to either go left or right. If a player chooses the opposite way of the Steamer, they jump in a mine cart along with other players who chose the same way and watch the player who chose the other way. If a player chose the same way as the Steamer, they must tap repeatedly at the two buttons that are shown on the screen to run faster. The player on the Steamer must press A Button repeatedly to try and catch the fleeing player.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シュッポー
From「シュポシュポ」(shupo-shupo, an onomatopoeia for the sound of a departing steam-engine train)
Spanish Vapor