Thwomper Room

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Thwomper Room
MP9 Minigame Thwomp.png
Appears in Mario Party 9
Type Free-for-All mini-game
Time limit 30 seconds
Music How Strange!

Thwomper Room is a Free-for-All minigame featured in Mario Party 9. The name is a pun on the term "romper room" (which means "playroom").

Introduction[edit]

The camera does a close up of the two central Thwomps. Their eyes open and they slam onto the floor. The camera zooms out to show the whole room.

Gameplay[edit]

Players try to survive the falling Thwomps. Touching a Thwomp in any way results in immediate elimination. A Thwomp's eyes will open just before it crashes to the floor, providing warning for the players. Players can also jump, and can slow down other players by jumping on their heads. This can become a drawback, however, as the character being jumped on might jump, which causes the player above to touch a Thwomp and be eliminated. The last player remaining, or any players remaining after 30 seconds, wins.

This minigame also appears as a Reverse Minigame. This time, the first player to get taken out by a Thwomp wins.

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules (Normal)"Avoid the Thwomps, and be the last player standing!"
  • Rules (Reverse)"Be the first player to get squashed by a Thwomp!"
  • Controls"Hold the Wii Remote sideways. Press Two Button to jump."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 見切ってドッスン
Mikitte dossun
Spanish (NOA) Tensión Picuda Peaked Tension
Spanish (NOE) Tensión Picuda A pun on Roca Picuda (Thwomps' Spanish (NOE) Name) and Tensión (Tension)
French (NOA) Ka-Bang, ka-bang! Thwomp, thwomp!
French (NOE) Attention la tête Beware the head
German Steinblockschlag Thwomp Fall
Italian Si salvi chi Twomp From "Si salvi chi può" (run for your life)