Move to the Music

Move to the Music
Move to the Music from Mario Party 2
Appears in Mario Party 2
Type 1-vs-3 mini-game
Music track Rhythm Shakers
Dancing Star
Music sample
Rhythm Shakers:

Dancing Star:

Move to the Music is a 1-vs-3 minigame found in Mario Party 2. This minigame is one of the few minigames in Mario Party 2 that cannot be paused.

GameplayEdit

The solo player has to make the dance moves, while the other three players must copy the solo player's moves separately; the solo player has two chances to confuse all the other players. If the solo player manages to confuse all the other players, that player wins. However, if the team players copy the other player's moves correctly, even if only one player in the group is left dancing correctly, the team players win. It is possible to do nothing on a dance move. When that happens, the team must input any button to avoid elimination.

There are two songs: "Rhythm Shakers" and "Dancing Star." The two songs are randomly chosen in a normal game. In Mini-Game Park, players can choose the song.

In the Mini-Game Coaster, the music that is played is dependent on the skill level being played: "Rhythm Shakers" for Normal, and "Dancing Star" for Hard. The lone human player is always part of the team of three, and they have to successfully follow the solo CPU player's movements to win. If the human player fails, they automatically fail the minigame, regardless of whether the teammates survive or not.

ControlsEdit

  •   /   /   /   – Dance
  •   /   /   – Dance

In-game textEdit

  • Game Rules"Copy the moves of the dance master! If even one player is left standing, the dance master loses!"
  • Game Rules (Mini-Game Coaster)"Memorize the steps and dance when your turn comes. Complete the steps with no mistakes to clear."
  • Advice"Try to remember the entire dance, so you'll be ready to move when your turn comes along."
  • Advice (Mini-Game Coaster)"If you misstep even once, you're out. Remembering all the steps is your best move!"

GalleryEdit

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Names in other languagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
Japanese おしえてステップ
Oshiete suteppu
Tell-me Step

French Danse, Pied Tendre!
Dance, Tenderfoot!
German Discokönig
Disco King
Italian Segui il Ritmo
Follow the Rhythm
Spanish Mueve esa Música
Move that Music