Swervin' Skies

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Swervin' Skies
Wario falling off in Swervin' Skies from Mario Party 8
Appears in Mario Party 8
Type 1-vs.-3 minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music Proceed without Fear

Swervin' Skies is a 1-vs.-3 minigame that is found in Mario Party 8.

Introduction[edit]

The team of three is shown flying airplanes with a sphere target on each wing. The solo player flies up behind the trio in a plane with a gun on each wing and shoots six bullets that fly past the middle team player.

Gameplay[edit]

The solo player's goal is to shoot down the team players, while the team players' goal is to avoid the solo player's bullets. The solo player must press A Button or B Button to shoot the two targets on each team player's plane as they fly around. A team player will be downed if both targets on their plane are hit. The solo player wins if they shoot down all three team players' planes, while the team players win if at least one of them can survive for 30 seconds.

Ending[edit]

If the solo player wins, the camera pans to face them as they wave. If the team players win, they wave as their planes fly onscreen.

Controls[edit]

Shooter[edit]

  • Wii Remote: Fly in all directions
  • Buttons
    • A Button / B Button – Shoot

Targets[edit]

  • Wii Remote: Fly in all directions
  • Buttons: None

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"One player tries to shoot the other three down by hitting the two targets on each aircraft."
  • Hint"Trying to shoot planes down? Focus on their targets! Trying to survive? Teamwork tip: Stay separate!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おおぞらシューティング
Ōzora shūtingu
Sky Shooting
French Les Brigades du Tir The Shooting Squads (reference to Les brigades du Tigre, a French television program)
German Schrecken der Lüfte Terror of the Skies
Italian Cieli di Tuono Thunder Skies
Spanish Combate aéreo Dogfight