Track & Yield

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Track & Yield
Wario falls into a wood chipper in Track & Yield from Mario Party 7
Track & Yield from Mario Party: The Top 100
Appears in Mario Party 7
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type 4-Player minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track Keep It Up (Mario Party 7)
Jazzy (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Music sample
Mario Party 7:

Mario Party: The Top 100:

Track & Yield is a 4-Player minigame in Mario Party 7 and Mario Party: The Top 100. Its name is a pun on the name of the sport track and field.


The players get on the conveyor belts from a red platform and jump over a row of hurdles.


The goal of the minigame is to run and jump over the hurdles on the conveyor belts without falling into the pit. The conveyor belts start to gain speed as time goes on. There are two kinds of hurdles: normal ones and electrified ones. If a player touches an electrified hurdle, they are temporarily frozen, and thus it may cost them the game. Players who fall into the pit are eliminated. The last player standing wins. If two or more players last the time limit (30 seconds), then the remaining players win. However, if the remaining players are eliminated at the same time, the minigame ends in a tie.

This is one of the minigames that can appear in Decathlon Castle. Here, the player's objective is to survive as long as possible to earn as many points as possible, up to 1,000. The minigame ends after 60 seconds; any player who survives to this point gets the maximum number of points. It also appears in The Top 100's Half Decathlon as the fourth minigame.

In The Top 100, the angle at which the minigame is seen is different.


The ending to Track & Yield in Mario Party 7

In Mario Party 7, winners do their winning animations on the conveyor belts, while losers do their losing animations. In The Top 100, if the remaining player is on the conveyor belt, they do a winning pose, while the losers stay dazed.


Mario Party 7[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Jump

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Circle Pad: Move
  • A Button: Jump

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 7[edit]

  • Rules"Jump over the hurdles on the conveyor belt. The last player standing is the winner!"
  • Advice"Watch out! If you touch an electric hurdle, you'll be temporarily frozen."

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Jump over the hurdles! The last one standing wins!"
  • On-screen"Jump over the hurdles!"


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ハードルジャンプ!
Hādoru janpu!
Hurdle Jump!
Dutch Hordelopen Hurdle Run
French Saute-Haies Jump-Hurdles
German Hürdenhüpf Hurdles Hop
Italian Nastro shoccante Shocking conveyor belt
Spanish (NOA) Cinta y salto (Mario Party: The Top 100) Belt and jump (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Spanish (NOE) Valla cinta Hurdle Conveyor (pun on vaya cinta meaning 'what a conveyor)