Storm Chasers

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Storm Chasers
Storm Chasers
Storm Chasers from Mario Party: The Top 100
Storm Chasers from Mario Party Superstars
Appears in Mario Party 3
Mario Party: The Top 100
Mario Party Superstars
Type Battle minigame (Mario Party 3)
Free-for-All minigame (Mario Party: The Top 100 and Mario Party Superstars)
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track On Your Toes / Come On, Chop-Chop! (remakes)
Music sample
Mario Party 3:

Mario Party: The Top 100:

Mario Party Superstars:

Storm Chasers is a Battle minigame found in Mario Party 3 and a Free-for-All minigame found in Mario Party: The Top 100 and Mario Party Superstars. Its name comes from the eponymous term, which refers to people who pursue and watch severe storms.


Mario Party 3 artwork: Waluigi
Official art of Waluigi in the minigame

The characters are located in a blue-and-indigo-fenced arena in the middle of a desert. There are various cacti and flowers that can be found on the outside of the fence. Players with potted Piranha Plants have to chase the rain cloud (which was updated to greatly resemble Lakitu's Cloud in later Mario Party games) to feed the Piranha Plants as the rain cloud moves randomly. In the middle of the minigame, some Monty Moles pop out of the holes; if a player bumps into one, that player will trip over (in Mario Party 3) or be knocked back (in The Top 100 and Superstars), stunning them. The cloud occasionally zips around the arena only in The Top 100. The player who gathers the most rain for their potted Piranha Plant wins.

In Mario Party: The Top 100 and Mario Party Superstars, there are colored sparkles that indicate which player received rain (red for Player 1, blue for Player 2, green for Player 3, and yellow for Player 4).

In Superstars, characters cheer when their Piranha Plants get watered.


Mario Party 3[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Circle Pad: Move

Mario Party Superstars[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 3[edit]

  • Game Rules"Hold your pot under the rain cloud to water your Piranha Plant! The more you water it, the more it will grow!"
  • Advice"The rain cloud is blowing to and fro! Chase it down! Your Piranha Plant will flash brightly when it's getting water!"

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Chase the rain cloud and water your Piranha Plant to help it grow!"
  • On-screen"Chase the rain cloud to water your Piranha Plant!"

Mario Party Superstars[edit]

  • "Water your Piranha Plant to help it grow!"


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese あめふりパックン
Amefuri pakkun
Rainfall Piranha
Chinese (Simplified) 雨水浇灌吞食花
yǔshuǐjiāoguàn tūnshíhuā
Rain Watering Piranha
Chinese (Traditional) 雨水澆灌吞食花
yǔshuǐjiāoguàn tūnshíhuā
Rain Watering Piranha
Dutch Een goede bui A good shower
French Pluie Poursuite Rain Pursuit
German Regentanz Rain Dance
Italian Danza della pioggia Rain dance
Korean 비를 쫓는 뻐끔
Bireul Jjonneun Ppeokkeum
Rain Chaser Piranha
Portuguese Pinga em Mim "Drop on Me", reference to a Brazilian song called "Pinga Ni Mim"
Russian В погоню за дождем
V pogonyu za dozhdyom
Chasing the Rain
Spanish (NOA) Riego con riesgo Risky watering
Spanish (NOE) Buscatormentas Storm Search (stylized as Busca-Tormentas in Mario Party 3)