Drop Shot
DropShot SuperMarioParty.png
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 1-vs.-3 minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track Swing for the Fences!

Drop Shot is a 1-vs.-3 minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. The name is based on a tennis term that refers to a tennis ball hit softly so it drops abruptly to the ground.

IntroductionEdit

A bomb moves along a conveyor belt. A Spike then picks it up, and more bombs follow. The minigame then begins.

GameplayEdit

A Spike periodically gives the solo player bombs, which they must racket towards the team players moving around on a fence to eliminate them within 30 seconds. If the solo player eliminates all three team players before time runs out, the solo player wins; otherwise, the team players win.

On the Challenge Road, this is the tenth challenge of Chestnut Forest and the 20th challenge overall. In the normal challenge, the player is a member of the three-player team and must not get hit, while in the Master Challenge, the player is a solo player and must beat the rivals.

ControlsEdit

Solo SideEdit

  •   – Move cursor
  •   – Swing racket

Team SideEdit

  •   – Move

In-game textEdit

  • Hit the bomb serves at the defending team!
  • The defending team wins, even if only one of them is left on the fence!

Names in other languagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 鉄のテニス
Tetsu no tenisu
Iron Tennis

Chinese 铁之网球 (Simplified)
鐵之網球 (Traditional)
Tiě zhī Wǎngqiú
Iron Tennis

Dutch Game, set en... lava!
Game, set and... lava!
French Jeu, set et magma
Game, set and magma
German Bombiges Tennismatch
Wicked Tennis Match
Italian Tennis d'acciaio
Iron tennis
Korean 철망 테니스
Cheolmang tenis
Barbed-wire Tennis

Spanish Tenis infame
Infamous Tennis