Team Treasure Trek
|Team Treasure Trek|
|Appears in||Mario Party 4|
|Time limit||60 seconds|
|Music track||Try Hard, Folks|
The scene shows a shot of a treasure map containing the locations of the boxes, then changes to the actual maze. The view splits into a 2×2 grid—one half red, the other half blue—and those screens zoom in on the respective characters.
Each player starts in a different corner of a maze containing two red and two blue boxes. At the beginning of the game, the layout of the maze as well as the locations of the boxes are shown. The object of the game is for each team member to get a treasure chest and key from their respectively colored boxes, then meet up with each other. If players get lost, they can choose to view the map; however, they cannot move while doing so. Also, on the map, only the locations for the characters and items are shown, not the actual layout of the maze. The first team to get its treasure chest and key and meet up wins. If neither team finishes within one minute, the game ends in a tie.
Once a team gets a chest and key and meets up, the screen zooms in on the player with the chest. The walls sink into the ground, and losing players that are seen sulk in disappointment. At the same time, the chest and key float before the players, the latter unlocking the former, and the winners perform their winning animations as they are showered with coins from the chest.
- – Move
- – Display/hide map
- Game Rules – "Find the "?" blocks that match your team's color. Once you and your partner have found each block, you must meet each other in the maze!"
- Advice – "The two players on the left are the Red Team, and the two on the right are the Blue Team. If you get lost, check your map."
Names in other languages
|French||Chasse au Trésor||Treasure hunt|
|German||Schatzsuche im Team||Treasure Hunt on Team|
|Italian||Labirinto del tesoro||Treasure maze|
|Spanish||El dichoso cofre||The Annoying Chest|