Top This

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Top This
Top This
Appears in Mario Party: Island Tour
Type General minigame
Time limit 10 seconds per round
Music track Let's Keep Going

Top This (Cherry on the Cake in British English) is a General minigame in Mario Party: Island Tour. Its British English name is derived from an expression that describes something added to something else to make it better, although no cherries appear in the minigame.


A brief demonstration shows the first player adding three pieces of fruit to the cake. The game is then restarted.


Each player has one kind of fruit topping in their bowl: the first player has blueberries, the second has strawberries, the third has kiwifruit slices, and the fourth has tangerine slices. If there are fewer than 4 players, the remaining fruits will already be placed onto the cake.

In each of the three rounds, there will be a spinning cake on the bottom screen with sixteen spots on it, and competitors must try to add as many pieces of fruit as they can to it. After ten seconds pass, or when every spot on the cake is occupied, the round ends and a new round, which may have a different cake, begins. The winner is the player who has added the most toppings in total at the end of the game.


  • Stylus – Place fruit

In-game text[edit]

  • RulesAmerican English "Decorate the cake with as many pieces of fruit as possible."
  • RulesBritish English "Decorate the cake with your fruit on the pink icing spots."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ケーキにトッピング
Kēki ni toppingu
Topping on the Cake

Dutch Fruitfeest
Fruit Party
French Fruits confus
Confused fruits (pun on fruits confits, "candied fruits")
German Früchtevielfalt
Fruit Variety
Italian Frenesia pasticcera
Confectioner frenzy
Portuguese A Confeitaria
The Confectionery
Spanish (NOA) Pastel de frutas
Fruit Cake
Spanish (NOE) La guinda del pastel
Cherry on Top