Trap Floor

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Trap Floor
The Bowser mini-game, Trap Floor from Mario Party Advance
Appears in Mario Party Advance
Type Bowser minigame
Music Bowser Mini-Game Theme
Music

Trap Floor is a Bowser minigame in Mario Party Advance. Its name is a pun on "trapdoor."

In Shroom City, Trap Floor is the final minigame played. It is played at the Pipe House, when Bowser challenges the player to this game for the final Gaddget. Winning gives the player the minigame and the Bowser Print.

Gameplay[edit]

The goal of the game is to open the trapdoors to drop all the Koopa Kids to the floor below and eventually into the pits below the door. The A Button button opens the blue traps, and B Button opens the red ones; R Button can be used to open every trap, but it can be used only once. If a Koopa Kid falls through a trapdoor and the one below is not opened, the Koopa Kid falls and bounces onto the ground beside it, dazed. Green Koopa Kids also move faster than the other types. If one of the Koopa Kids reaches the player, they breathe fire at them, and the player loses.

Controls[edit]

  • A Button – Blue traps
  • B Button – Red traps
  • R Button – All traps

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Open the trapdoors to make the Koopa Kids fall all the way to the bottom!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おとしてミニクッパ
Otoshite Minikuppa
Drop the Mini-Koopas
French Trappera Trap
German Falltüren Trap Doors
Italian In trappola Trapped
Spanish Trampas Traps