X-Ray Payday

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"Money Belt" redirects here. For information about the Mario Party 4 minigame, see Money Belts.
X-Ray Payday
Money Belt from Mario Party 6
Appears in Mario Party 6
Mario Party Superstars
Type 4-Player coin mini-game
Time limit 30 seconds
Music Slow and Steady

X-Ray Payday[1], originally known as Money Belt, is a 4-Player coin-collecting minigame in Mario Party 6 and Mario Party Superstars. The word "money belt" originally refers to a belt with a pouch for money or other small items. The minigame takes place at an airport or a factory.


The introduction shows the characters running to their area, the camera zoomed in on the first box's X-ray.


The objective of the game is to get as many coins as possible. To get coins, players must open the boxes on the conveyor belts in front of them. There are scanning machines to the left that show which objects are in the boxes. Each scanning machine scans three boxes ahead, so players can memorize what is in which box. There are empty boxes, boxes with one coin, boxes with bags that contain five coins, and boxes with hazardous items. Opening a box with a boxing glove stuns the player for one turn. Bob-ombs stun the player for two turns. The maximum number of coins available for the players to collect is always 19.


Players perform their victory animations as the conveyor belts continue to function.


  • A Button – Open a box

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Open boxes to find coins! Watch the boxes as they get x-rayed to see what's inside. Keep any coins you find!"
  • Advice"Don't open boxes containing Bob-ombs or punch traps. If you do, you'll be temporarily stunned."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese シルエットでコインあつめ
Shiruetto de koin atsume
Silhouette Coin Collecting
French Rien à Déclarer Nothing to Declare
German Münzband Coin Belt
Italian Lastre Tintinnanti Jingling X-Rays
Portuguese Raios X da Fortuna X-Rays of Fortune
Spanish Veo, veo I see, I see (pun on jugar al veo-veo, I spy)


  1. ^ Nintendo. (October 5, 2021). Mario Party™ Superstars for Nintendo Switch™ — Official Site Nintendo. Retrieved October 5, 2021.