Thrash 'n' Crash

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Thrash 'n' Crash
Thrash 'n' Crash from Mario Party 8
Appears in Mario Party 8
Type 1-vs.-3 minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track All Messed Up
Music sample

Thrash 'n' Crash is a 1-vs.-3 minigame in Mario Party 8.


The team players ride in on skateboards, while the solo player follows them in a hovercraft.


The trio rides skateboards down a lane and must turn Wii Remote forward, backward, left, or right to move and avoid traps. The solo player, riding a flying vehicle behind the trio, activates traps by pointing at them on the screen and pressing A Button or B Button. The traps include tumbling barrels, Bullet Bills, and giant rolling wheels; walls and Whomps also act as obstacles. Players who run into traps and obstacles are eliminated. The solo player wins if they eliminate all the team players. The team players win if at least one of them survives for 30 seconds.


If the group players win, they ride under a bridge that the solo player stops at and perform small victory poses. If the solo player wins, they float past the gate, leaving the trio behind, and perform a victory pose.



  • Wii Remote: Use the Pointer to move the cursor.
  • Buttons
    • A Button / B Button – Activate trap


  • Wii Remote
    • Move ahead/back
    • Move left/right
  • Buttons: None

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Three players try to survive a booby-trapped skateboard course. The solo player shoots traps to activate 'em!"
  • Hint"Looking for booby traps? Watch your cursor's color! On the run? Teamwork tip: Stay separated!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese スケボーでかけぬけろ
Sukebō de kakenukero
Run Through on a Skateboard
French Pièges en Skate Skateboard Traps
German Skateboardjagd Skateboard Chase
Italian Skateboard -
Korean 요리조리 스케이트보드
Yorijori Seukeiteubodeu
Skateboard Here and There
Spanish Circuito truncado Truncated Circuit


  • If any of the veteran playable characters wins as the solo player, they will perform one of their victory poses from the GameCube-era Mario Party games instead of the new ones they received in this game. Blooper and Hammer Bro will perform a different victory pose as opposed to their normal ones. This is also the case in Surf's Way Up.