Trash Landing

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Trash Landing
Trash Landing from Mario Party DS
4-player mini-game version
Appears in Mario Party DS
Type 4-player mini-game
Duel mini-game
Time limit 5 seconds
Music track Play Nicely, Everyone
Music sample

Trash Landing is a 4-player and duel minigame in Mario Party DS. Its name is a pun on "crash landing".


In the scene, there are players standing on a short but giant stepladder. The players sighted ropes hanging from the ceiling as they remain hanged. The minigame is set in a garage full of tools, car parts, and any related object that remains in the garage. Shortly after a quick moment, the minigame starts.


In this minigame, the players have to pick a rope within a time limit of five seconds. The player cannot pick a rope that another player already chose. After that the players grab on the ropes they chose and glide forward. Then the players will have to time their drop to safely land on the object in front of them. If there are four players in the minigame, there will be five ropes available for all the players to choose. If there are only two players in the minigame, only three ropes are available for both players to choose.

Each rope leads to a different garage object, not revealed to the players beforehand, and each object has a different size, affecting the player's ability to land on it. The objects that players can land on include a tool box, a soda can, a bucket, and two oil cans.

All players who successfully landed on their object win. If all the players missed their landing, the minigame ends in a tie.


  • +Control Pad – Choose ropes
  • A Button – Grab/Let go

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Pick a rope, then watch carefully as all players glide across the garage. Jump off at the right time to fall onto the garbage platforms."
  • Tips"The platforms are different sizes, which affects how difficult it will be to land safely. Do your best, no matter which platform you're stuck with!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ピッタリのっかれ
Pittari Nokkare
Perfect Landing
French Atterrissage Corsé Tricky Landing (pun on atterrissage forcé, "forced landing")
German Garagen-Gleiter Garage Glider
Italian Occhio all'Atterraggio Eye on the Landing
Korean 정확히 착지해!
Jeonghwakhi Chakjihae!
Land Exactly!
Spanish Aterrizaje pringoso Sticky landing (pun on aterrizaje forzoso, "forced landing")

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