Triple Jump (minigame)

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Triple Jump
Mario Party 5 Triple Jump.pngMario Party 5
Top100TripleJump.pngMario Party: The Top 100
Appears in Mario Party 5
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type 4-player minigame
Initial record 90.00 feet (NTSC) / 30.00 metres (PAL) (Mario Party 5)
30.00 yards (US English)/metres (other languages) (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Music Exciting Walk

Triple Jump is a 4-player minigame found in Mario Party 5, and returns in Mario Party: The Top 100. The name is the same as one of Mario's basic moves, the Triple Jump. The minigame takes place in the sky with the classic Mario foes at every signpost and a Super Mario Bros.-esque background.


The players attempt to jump the farthest by making a triple jump. For the first jump, the players must press the A Button button rapidly, so their character will float farther. Once their character touches the ground, the players must press B Button rapidly for the same effect. For the third jump, the players must press A Button rapidly once more. Each jump takes the player a farther distance from the last. To win, one of the players must have the highest distance.

This minigame appears as the last minigame in Mini-Game Decathlon. Here, the player's objective is to jump as far as possible before hitting the ground a third time to earn as much points as possible, up to a maximum of 1,000. The default record for this minigame in Mini-Game Decathlon is 28 metres (PAL) or 84 feet (NTSC).


Mario Party 5[edit]

  • Tap whichever button appears on the screen to increase the distance of the jump.

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Mash A ButtonB ButtonA Button: Jump

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 5[edit]

  • Rules"Use your athletic abilities to perform a triple jump. Whoever jumps the farthest wins."
  • Advice"The button you need to tap changes during the event. Be sure to tap the correct button for the most distance!"

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Mash the buttons in order to jump as far as you can!"
  • On-screen"Go as far as you can in 3 jumps!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese トリプルジャンプ
Toripuru janpu
Triple Jump
Spanish Triple salto Triple jump
French Triple-Saut Literal translation
Dutch Hink-stap-springen Limp-step-jump
German Dreisprung Three Jumps
Italian Salto in lungo (Mario Party 5)
Salto triplo (Mario Party: The Top 100)
Long jump (Mario Party 5)
Literal translation (Mario Party: The Top 100)