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Super Duel Mode

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The stats for an assembled machine.

Super Duel Mode is a side game mode in Mario Party 5, hosted by Skolar. It is a one-on-one battle mode in which two players face off against each other using custom-assembled vehicles (called "machines"). In this mode, one buys machine parts using points received by playing minigames in either Party or Mini-Game Mode and builds a battle machine to use in different tournaments or against friends. There are a total of 44 different parts that can be used to customize a machine. To unlock all the different parts, one must play all the tournaments and beat certain opponents.

Garage areas[edit]

The following areas are available in Super Duel Mode's initial segment, the Garage.

Area Description
Service Desk in Super Duel Mode from Mario Party 5
Service Desk
In this area, players can buy vehicle parts from Skolar. Whenever players play minigames prior to talking to Skolar in the Service Desk, Skolar keeps track of the number of minigames played and converts it to points. Players can also participate in trial battles, where players with a randomly generated vehicle and characters based off what is unlocked is pitted against a computer-controlled Koopa Kid. If a second controller is plugged to the second player slot, the Koopa Kid is replaced with player two, who is also randomly generated.
Garage A-1 in Super Duel Mode from Mario Party 5
Garage A-1
This garage is owned by player one. In this garage, player one can build a machine from scratch when first accessed. After the machine is built and given a name, player one can make any modification to it. Player one can also inspect the machine's stats, pit the machine against other machines either in a Vs. Match or D1 Tournament, or even delete the machine.
Garge A-2 in Super Duel Mode from Mario Party 5
Garage A-2
This garage is owned by player two. This garage behaves identically to player one's garage, except it is controlled by player two.
Garage B in Super Duel Mode from Mario Party 5
Garage B
This is a garage for friends. It is controlled by player three. In this garage, players can download machine data from the memory card in slot B.
Garage Gallery in Super Duel Mode from Mario Party 5Garage Gallery in Super Duel Mode from Mario Party 5
Garage Gallery
Photos of winning machines in D1 Tournament mode are stored here. They can be viewed in a 3D perspective and adjusted using the buttons of the GameCube controller.
Garage Door in Super Duel Mode from Mario Party 5
Garage Door
This lets the player exit Super Duel Mode.

Playable characters[edit]

Playable characters do not have any noticeable differences except for the color on their steering wheel. Note: * indicates characters that are not available as playable, random characters in trial battles. If there is only one player who participates, however, the AI-controlled Koopa Kid is always the opponent.

Non-playable[edit]

Unlock criteria[edit]

Criteria
Donkey Kong Defeat Donkey Kong in Hard Competition.

Machine parts[edit]

A few machine parts have unique properties not stated in the in-game description.

  • Although the Skolar Body takes mostly the same amount of damage from machine attacks as any other body, the Skolar Body receives less damage from stage hazards.
  • Both Wiggler and Super Wiggler Tires allow the machine to rotate in place if the machine is stationary.
  • Spiny Tires do not slide on slippery terrain compared to other grounded tires.
  • The E. Gadd Jet and Lakitu Cloud hover slightly above the ground, meaning that hazardous terrain such as lava cannot damage the machine.

There are five symbols that indicate different aspects of the machine's ability:

  • Red Heart: Health
  • Green Steering Wheel: Handling
  • White Boxing Glove: Power
  • Blue Vehicle Icon: Maximum Speed
  • Yellow Vehicle Icon: Acceleration

Body Types[edit]

These body types deal mostly with health units on a machine, although they can also modify speed.

Name Image Description Cost (4 Player Minigame Points)
Mushroom Body The Mushroom Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A standard body with standard abilities. 0
Star Body The Star Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A speedy body that's light and inexpensive. 5
Heart Body The Heart Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A cute, heart-shaped body that's very durable. 5
Choo-Choo Body The Choo-Choo Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. An engine built for speed that's quite strong and durable. 5
Egg Body The Egg Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A body made of shells from Yoshi's eggs with increased defensive and offensive abilities. 7
Spiny Body The Spiny Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A slow, spine-covered body that increases offensive abilities. 7
Lakitu Cloud Body The Lakitu Cloud Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A fast body made of clouds with poor defensive abilities. 10
Boo Body The Boo Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A fast body with low defensive abilities that's visible only to radar. 10
DK Body The DK Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A slow body made of barrels that increases defensive and offensive abilities. 15
E. Gadd Body The E. Gadd Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A hi-tech body that's very high-balanced, designed by the professor. 15
Skolar Body The Skolar Body from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A body with mostly average abilities that takes less damage from bombs and vehicle attacks. 20

Tires[edit]

Tires can modify speed, acceleration, and handling.

Name Image Description Cost (1-Vs-3 Minigame Points)
Mushroom Tires The Mushroom Tires from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. Normal tires that are great for learning. 0
Star Tires The Star Tires from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. Fast tires with poor control. 5
Wiggler Tires The Wiggler Tires from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. Very slow tires with good control. 5
Goomba Tires The Goomba Tires from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. Quick tires with very quick acceleration. 5
Spiny Tires The Spiny Tires from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. Slower tires with great traction and decent acceleration. 7
Choo-Choo Tires The Choo-Choo Tires from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. Superfast tires with super poor control. 7
Super Wiggler Tires The Super Wiggler Tires from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. Very slow tires with great traction. 10
Lakitu Cloud The Lakitu Cloud from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A cloud that hovers. It's very efficient on all terrain. 10
DK Tires The DK Tires from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. Tires made of barrels. They handle differently with each battle. 15
E. Gadd Jet The E. Gadd Jet from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A hi-tech jet with perfect speed and handling designed by the professor. 15
Skolar Tires The Skolar Tires from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. Tires handmade by Skolar that are simple and balanced, even on slick surfaces. 20

Engines[edit]

Engines shape largely how fast machines move and how well they handle. Engines are not visible during battle; however, a machine's running sound can differ when different engines are used with it.

Name Image Description Cost (2-Vs.-2 Minigame Points)
Mushroom Engine The Mushroom Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A normal engine that's great for learning. 0
Star Engine The Star Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A speedy engine with poor control. 5
Wiggler Engine The Wiggler Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. An engine that's not very fast but is easy to control. 5
Goomba Engine The Goomba Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. An engine that's a little speedy and has decent acceleration. 5
Ztar Engine The Ztar Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A slow engine that's easy to control and has excellent acceleration. 7
Choo-Choo Engine The Choo-Choo Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A superfast engine with super poor control. 7
Super Wiggler Engine The Super Wiggler Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. An easy-to-handle engine that's slow. 10
Goomba-Trio Engine The Goomba Trio Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. An engine with great acceleration, some extra power, and really poor control. 10
DK Engine The DK Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. An odd, banana-shaped engine that performs differently with each battle. 15
E. Gadd Engine The E. Gadd Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A hi-tech engine with great speed and control, designed by the professor. 15
Skolar Engine The Skolar Engine from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. An engine with well-balanced speed and control, handmade by Skolar. 20

Weapons[edit]

Weapons modify mainly the machine's attack stat. All weapons also have weight; heavier guns lower the machine's speed more than lighter guns.

Name Image Description Cost (Battle Game Points)
Mushroom Gun The Mushroom Gun from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A normal gun that's good to learn with. 0
Seed Machine Gun The Seed Machine Gun from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A lightweight watermelon-shaped gun with weak rapid-fire abilities. 5
Bob-omb Cannon The Bob-omb Cannon from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A time-delayed, Bob-omb-firing cannon that's powerful and heavy. 5
Bullet Bill Gun The Bullet Bill Gun from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A gun with average firepower that shoots opponent-seeking Bullet Bills. 7
Pokey Tower Gun The Pokey Tower Gun from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A gun with two diagonally-moving bullets and average firepower. 7
Piranha Plant The Piranha Plant from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A powerful and far-reaching gun with bullets fired from a Piranha Plant. 7
Bowser Breath The Bowser Breath from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. An effective Bowser-shaped flamethrower with a short range 10
Mr. I Laser The Mr. I Laser from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A lightweight laser with average firepower that's fired from his eye. 10
DK Gun The DK Gun from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A banana-shaped gun that's very heavy and the most powerful of all. 15
E. Gadd Cannon The E. Gadd Cannon from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A well-balanced cannon, designed by the professor, with opponent-seeking missiles. 15
Skolar Gun The Skolar Gun from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A good overall weapon, handmade by Skolar. Press the button to shoot and release it to detonate. 20
Bowser Punch The Bowser Punch from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A very effective prototype that fires short-ranged Bowser punches! 30
Bob-omb Wall The Bob-omb Wall from Mario Party 5s Super Duel Mode. A specialty weapon that drops a wall of bombs and increases speed. 30

Unlock criteria[edit]

Criteria
DK Body, Tires, Engine, Gun Unlock Donkey Kong as a playable character
Skolar Body, Tires, Engine, Gun Beat every Duel Mode on every difficulty
Bowser Punch Purchase every Machine Part
Bob-omb Wall Purchase every Machine Part

Options[edit]

After the machine has been assembled player will be taken to Garage A-1 where players give it a name. After this, there are various options to improve the machine:

Icon Effect
Wrench icon used in Super Duel Mode in Mario Party 5 Trade the parts of the machine
Eye icon from Super Duel Mode in Mario Party 5 See the details of the machine
Battle icon from Super Duel Mode in Mario Party 5 Start a duel with another person or CPU
Trash can icon in Super Duel Mode from Mario Party 5 Throw away the selected machine

Super Duel battles[edit]

The player can choose the battle from the garage menu, but only Battle Competition on easy and normal are available at the start. If the player loses any game, the tournament ends and the player receives no trophies. On easy mode, the player faces mostly Koopa Kids and few other characters. In normal mode, there are more unique characters and less Koopa Kids. In hard mode, Koopa Kids are absent and Bowser and Donkey Kong appear in the competition.

In all competitions, there are obstacles, such as stationary Spiny Shells or Bob-ombs that detonate within a certain amount of time or upon contact. The size of a Bob-omb mirrors the damage it can do. Warp Pipes simply block machines. Mushrooms occasionally appear along the course and grant the machine better speed and control for a certain amount of time when collided with, as well as Poison Mushrooms, which hinder speed and control.

Terrain can vary in an arena called Random Ruckus. Dirt and grass are present and do no special effects. Metal and ice make the machines harder to control. Lava damages and pushes away the machine. Mud makes vehicles slower. However, if a machine is equipped with Lakitu Cloud or E. Gadd Jet tires, the machine does not get affected by any sort of terrain while Spiny Tires negate sliding.

Modes[edit]

Battle Competition[edit]

Icon Description Screenshot
Battle Competition icon from Mario Party 5 The goal of this 90 second game is to eliminate the opponent. If the timer runs out before a player is eliminated, the player having more health left wins. The player must fire the weapon with B Button at the other player and keep moving to avoid opposing attacks and obstacles. Battle competition in Super Duel Mode in Mario Party 5

Flag Competition[edit]

Icon Description Screenshot
Flag Competition icon from Mario Party 5 In this game, the object is to collect three flags before the opposing player does. This game's time limit is also 90 seconds; the game ends if nobody collects three flags. Although hitting the opposing player immobilizes him or her momentarily, attacking the opposing member is not the goal of the game. Flag Competition in Super Duel Mode from Mario Party 5

Robo-Rabbit Competition[edit]

Icon Description Screenshot
Robo-Rabbit Competition icon from Mario Party 5 The goal in this competition is to wipe out three Robo-Rabbits before the opposing player does within the time limit of 90 seconds. Again, the player can shoot and stun the opposing member. The Robo-Rabbits are fast, move erratically, and can tunnel underground. Robo-Rabbit Competition in Mario Party 5. Bowser is suffering from post-damage invincibility frames.

Unlock criteria[edit]

Criteria
Hard Difficulty Win Battle Competition on Easy and Normal difficulty
Flag Competition Win Battle Competition on Hard difficulty
Robo-Rabbit Competition Win Flag Competition on Hard difficulty

CPU opponents and machines[edit]

All the CPU opponents also have nicknames for the final battle in a tournament.

Last Hero Mario
Mario's mugshot from Mario Party 5
Perfect Luigi
MP5Luigi.png
Beautiful Peach
Princess Peach's mugshot from Mario Party 5
Pretty Woman Daisy
Princess Daisy's mugshot from Mario Party 5
Super Dash
Mario's prize <span style="color:red">machine</span>. Well-balanced, like our hero!
Mario's prize machine. Well-balanced, like our hero!
Lil' Bro Speed
Luigi's <span style="color:red">machine</span>. It's fast. Green means go!
Luigi's machine. It's fast. Green means go!
Shiny Tiara
Peach's polished <span style="color:red">machine</span>. Its speed is simply...regal!
Peach's polished machine. Its speed is simply...regal!
Cute 'n' Astute
Daisy's <span style="color:red">machine</span>. Fast, it's no pansy!
Daisy's machine. Fast, it's no pansy!
Body Type: Choo-Choo Body
Tires: Star Tires
Engine: Goomba-Trio Engine
Weapon: E. Gadd Cannon
Body Type: Lakitu Cloud Body
Tires: E. Gadd Jet
Engine: Goomba Engine
Weapon: Seed Machine Gun
Body Type: E. Gadd Body
Tires: Lakitu Cloud
Engine: Choo-Choo Engine
Weapon: Bullet Bill Gun
Body Type: Star Body
Tires: Wiggler Tires
Engine: Goomba Engine
Weapon: Bullet Bill Gun
Mr. Lucky Yoshi
MP5Yoshi.png
Wild Man Wario
MP5Wario.png
Dark Rider Waluigi
Waluigi's mugshot from Mario Party 5
Samurai Toad
MP5Toad.png
Egg-celeration
Yoshi's <span style="color:red">machine</span>. Tricky, it shells out damage!
Yoshi's machine. Tricky, it shells out damage!
Greedy Mustache
Wario's ultimate <span style="color:red">machine</span>. Intimidating, like Wario's belly!
Wario's ultimate machine. Intimidating, like Wario's belly!
Superdupe Coupe
Waluigi's <span style="color:red">machine</span>. It's the super duper attacker!
Waluigi's machine. It's the super duper attacker!
Toadster Toaster
Toad's <span style="color:red">machine</span>. Decent, but only if it were a roadster...
Toad's machine. Decent, but only if it were a roadster...
Body Type: Egg Body
Tires: Star Tires
Engine: Wiggler Engine
Weapon: Pokey Tower Gun
Body Type: Heart Body
Tires: Super Wiggler Tires
Engine: Choo-Choo Engine
Weapon: Piranha Plant
Body Type: Spiny Body
Tires: Star Tires
Engine: Goomba Engine
Weapon: Bob-omb Cannon
Body Type: Mushroom Body
Tires: Mushroom Tires
Engine: Mushroom Engine
Weapon: Mushroom Gun
Nightmare Boo
Boo's mugshot from Mario Party 5
Bad Boy Koopa Kid
Koopa Kid's mugshot from Mario Party 5
The Beast Donkey Kong
Donkey Kong's mugshot from Mario Party 5
Tie-Land Bowser
Bowser's mugshot from Mario Party 5
Sheer Sideswipe
Boo's <span style="color:red">machine</span>. Visible only to the radar. Peek-a-Boo...
Boo's machine. Visible only to the radar. Peek-a-Boo...
Minion Mobile
The Koopa Kid's <span style="color:red">machine</span>. Tough, but there's a minion on board!
The Koopa Kid's machine. Tough, but there's a minion on board!
Banana Bot
Donkey Kong's <span style="color:red">machine</span>. It's a one-shot, one-kill monster!
Donkey Kong's machine. It's a one-shot, one-kill monster!
Bowser Dozer
Bowser's <span style="color:red">machine</span>. Get too close and you're toast!
Bowser's machine. Get too close and you're toast!
Body Type: Boo Body
Tires: Choo-Choo Tires
Engine: Ztar Engine
Weapon: Mr. I Laser
Body Type: Star Body
Tires: Wiggler Tires
Engine: Super Wiggler Engine
Weapon: Seed Machine Gun
Body Type: DK Body
Tires: DK Tires
Engine: DK Engine
Weapon: DK Gun
Body Type: Heart Body
Tires: Spiny Tires
Engine: E.Gadd Engine
Weapon: Bowser Breath

Arenas[edit]

These arenas are playable only in Vs. matches. In D1 Tournament, the arena is always a variation of Random Ruckus. There are a total of eight arenas to battle in.

Icon and Name In-Game Screenshot In-Game Description
Green Meadow arena from Mario Party 5
Green Meadow
Screenshot of the duel in Green Meadow from Mario Party 5 Battle in a big field under blue skies!
Moonlit Midnight arena from Mario Party 5
Moonlit Midnight
Screenshot of the duel in Moonlit Midnight from Mario Party 5 Battle in a big pond under a starlit sky!
Quicksand Desert arena from Mario Party 5
Quicksand Desert
Quicksand Desert arena from Mario Party 5. Boo is driving the vehicle on the right screen. Battle in sand within a limited area!
Snowy Slope arena from Mario Party 5
Snowy Slope
Screenshot of the duel in Snowy Slope from Mario Party 5 Battle on slippery ice surfaces during a raging snow storm!
Jungle Falls arena from Mario Party 5
Jungle Falls
Screenshot of the duel in Jungle Falls from Mario Party 5 Battle on a suspension bridge with a bamboo backdrop!
Lunar Outpost arena from Mario Party 5
Lunar Outpost
Screenshot of the duel in Lunar Outpost from Mario Party 5 Battle in a big bowl-shaped crater on the surface of the moon!
Bowser Stadium arena from Mario Party 5
Bowser Stadium
Screenshot of the duel in Bowser Stadium from Mario Party 5 Battle on a stage surrounded by dangerous hot magma!
Random Ruckus arena from Mario Party 5. Dolphin Emulator didn't want to rip the icon for some reason, so it's cropped from a screenshot.
Random Ruckus
Screenshot of the duel in Random Ruckus from Mario Party 5. This is a tournament match on hard difficulty, where Mario is a player while Wario is a CPU. Battle in a new environment with each battle!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーパーデュエルモード
Sūpā Dyueru Mōdo
Super Duel Mode

Garage areas[edit]

Service Desk[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガレージカウンター
Garēji Kauntā
Garage Counter

Garage A-1[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガレージA-1
Garēji A-1
Garage A-1

Garage A-2[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガレージA-2
Garēji A-2
Garage A-2

Garage B[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ガレージB
Garēji B
Garage B

Garage Gallery[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese コレクションガレージ
Korekushon Garēji
Collection Garage

Garage Door[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese でぐち
Deguchi
Exit

Body Types[edit]

Mushroom Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノコボディ
Kinoko Bodi
Mushroom Body

Star Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スターボディ
Sutā Bodi
Star Body

Heart Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハートボディ
Hāto Bodi
Heart Body

Choo-Choo Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シュッポーボディ
Shuppō Bodi
Choo-Choo Body; from 「しゅっぽ」 shuppo, a Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound a train makes.

Egg Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese タマゴボディ
Tamago Bodi
Egg Body

Spiny Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トゲゾーボディ
Togezō Bodi
Spiny Body

Lakitu Cloud Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジュゲムボディ
Jugemu Bodi
Lakitu Body

Boo Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ステレサボディ
Suteresa Bodi
Stalth-Boo Body; a portmanteau of 「ステルス」 sutresu, "stealth" and 「テレサ」 Teresa, the Japanese name for Boo.

DK Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese DKボディ
DK Bodi
DK Body

E. Gadd Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese オヤ・マーボディ
Oya Mā Bodi
E. Gadd Body

Skolar Body[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハールボディ
Hāru Bodi
Skolar Body

Tires[edit]

Mushroom Tires[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノコタイヤ
Kinoko Taiya
Mushroom Tire

Star Tires[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スタータイヤ
Sutā Taiya
Star Tire

Wiggler Tires[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハナチャンタイヤ
Hanachan Taiya
Wiggler Tire

Goomba Tires[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クリボータイヤ
Kuribō Taiya
Goomba Tire

Spiny Tires[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トゲゾータイヤ
Togezō Taiya
Spiny Tire

Choo-Choo Tires[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シュッポータイヤ
Shuppō Taiya
Choo-Choo Tire; from 「しゅっぽ」 shuppo, a Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound a train makes.

Super Wiggler Tires[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーパーハナチャンタイヤ
Sūpā Hanachan Taiya
Super Wiggler Tire

Lakitu Cloud[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジュゲムホバー
Jugemu Hobā
Lakitu Hover

DK Tires[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese DKタイヤ
DK Taiya
DK Tire

E. Gadd Jet[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese オヤ・マーホバー
Oya Mā Hobā
E. Gadd Hover

Skolar Tires[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハールタイヤ
Hāru Taiya
Skolar Tire

Engines[edit]

Mushroom Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノコエンジン
Kinoko Enjin
Mushroom Engine

Star Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スターエンジン
Sutā Enjin
Star Engine

Wiggler Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハナチャンエンジン
Hanachan Enjin
Wiggler Engine

Goomba Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クリボーエンジン
Kuribō Enjin
Mushroom Engine

Ztar Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ズターエンジン
Zutā Enjin
Ztar Engine

Choo-Choo Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シュッポーきかん
Shuppō Kikan
Choo-Choo Mechanism

Super Wiggler Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハイハナエンジン
Hai Hana Enjin
High Flower Engine

Goomba-Trio Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハイクリボーエンジン
Hai Kuribō Enjin
High Goomba Engine

DK Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese DKエンジン
Dike Enjin
DK Engine

E. Gadd Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese オヤ・マーエンジン
Oya Mā Enjin
E. Gadd Engine

Skolar Engine[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハールエンジン
Hāru Enjin
Skolar Engine

Weapons[edit]

Mushroom Gun[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノコほう
Kinoko Hō
Mushroom Cannon

Seed Machine Gun[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese たねマシンガン
Tane Mashin Gan
Seed Machine Gun

Bob-omb Cannon[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ボムへいキャノン
Bomuhei Kyanon
Bob-omb Cannon

Bullet Bill Gun[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おっかけキラーほう
Okkake Kirā Hō
Chasing Bullet Bill Cannon

Pokey Tower Gun[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese サンボタワー
Sanbo Tawā
Pokey Tower

Piranha Plant[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パックンほう
Pakkun Hō
Piranha Cannon

Bowser Breath[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クッパファイヤー
Kuppa Faiyā
Bowser Fire

Mr. I Laser[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アイクンレーザー
Ai-kun Rēzā
Mr. I Laser

DK Gun[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese DKほう
Dike Hō
DK Cannon

E. Gadd Cannon[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese オヤ・マーキャノン
Oya Mā Kyanon
E. Gadd Cannon

Skolar Gun[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハールほう
Hāru Hō
Skolar Cannon

Bowser Punch[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クッパパンチ
Kuppa Panchi
Bowser Punch

Bob-omb Wall[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese うしろボム
Ushiro Bomu
Back Bomb

CPU opponents and machines[edit]

Banana Bot[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese そこぬけバナーナ
Sokonuke Banāna
Bottomless Banaaana

Bowser Dozer[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese わがままクッパ
Wagamama Kuppa
Wayward Bowser

Lil' Bro Speed[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おとうとスピード
Otōto Supīdo
Lil' Bro Speed

Super Dash[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スーパーダッシュ
Sūpā Dasshu
Super Dash

Shiny Tiara[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese きらきらティアラ
Kirakira Tiara
Shiny Tiara

Greedy Mustache[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハッピーひげひげ
Happī Higehige
Happy Mustache-Mustache

Sheer Sideswipe[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese よこどりゴースト
Yokodori Gōsuto
Robbing Ghost

Egg-celeration[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese うきうきタマゴ
Ukiuki Tamago
Pleasant Egg

Superdupe Coupe[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese いじイジわるワル
Iji-iji Waruwaru
Meanie Beanie

Cute 'n' Astute[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ぴかぴかジュエル
Pikapika Jueru
Dazzling Jewel

Toadster Toaster[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノコパワー
Kinoko Pawā
Mushroom Power

Minion Mobile[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ゴーゴーしたっぱ
Gōgō Shitappa
Go-Go Minion

The Beast Donkey Kong[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ザ・ビースト
Za Bīsuto
The Beast

Tie-Land Bowser[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese タイラント
Tairanto
Tyrant

Perfect Luigi[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese パーフェクトL
Pāfekuto Eru
Perfect L

Last Hero Mario[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ラストヒーロー
Rasuto Hīrō
Last Hero

Beautiful Peach[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ビューティフル
Byūtifuru
Beautiful

Wild Man Wario[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワイルドマン
Wairudo Man
Wild Man

Nightmare Boo[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ナイトメア
Naitomea
Nightmare

Mr. Lucky Yoshi[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ミスターラッキー
Misutā Rakkī
Mr. Lucky

Dark Rider Waluigi[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マンインブラック
Man In Burakku
Man in Black

Pretty Woman Daisy[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese プリティウーメン
Puriti Ūmen
Pretty Woman

Samurai Toad[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese サムライ
Samurai
Samurai

Bad Boy Koopa Kid[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バッドボーイ
Baddo Bōi
Bad Boy

Modes[edit]

Battle Competition[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バトルトーナメント
Batoru Tōnamento
Battle Tournament

Flag Competition[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フラッグトーナメント
Furaggu Tōnamento
Flag Tournament

Robo-Rabbit Competition[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ラビットトーナメント
Rabitto Tōnamento
Rabbit Tournament