Jump the Gun

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Jump the Gun
Jump the Gun at day from Mario Party 6
Appears in Mario Party 6
Type 2-vs.-2 mini-game
Music track Amusing
Music sample

Jump the Gun is a 2-vs.-2 minigame found in Mario Party 6. Its name comes from a phrase that refers to when a person does something prematurely.

There are only aesthetic differences between daytime and nighttime.


The player mounting the cannon fires a Bullet Bill into the first target. The other player then jumps onto it.


One character on each team controls a cannon that shoots out Bullet Bills. The other character then has to use those Bullet Bills as small platforms to get to the finish line. Players can shoot a Bullet Bill at only one of the targets and can shoot only one at a time. If the other player falls off the stage, a Lakitu hauls them back onto the last Bullet Bill they stood upon. The player who reaches the goal point first wins for their team. If five minutes pass, the minigame ends in a tie.


The winners perform their victory animations at the goal point. If five minutes pass, everybody does their losing animation.


Player aiming the cannon

  • Control Stick – Move the cursor
  • A Button – Shoot Bullet Bill

Player jumping across Bullet Bills

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Jump

In-game text

  • Rules"One player creates a bridge by shooting Bullet Bills while the other jumps across them to reach the goal."
  • Advice"When shooting Bullet Bills, consider how far your partner can jump when aiming."


Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Japanese いそいで!キラーわたり
Isoide! Kirā watari
Hurry Up! Bullet Bill Ferry

German Kugelwilli-Kanonade
Bullet Bill Cannonade
Italian Spara e Avanza
Shoot and Advance
Spanish Ojo que voy
Beware, I'm Going! (Ojo means both "eye" and "beware".)


  • If a tie occurs in this minigame, the minigame's music keeps playing and the announcer does not say, "Tie," as the word does not appear on the screen.