Coin Cache

Coin Cache
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Koopa Kid, Peach, Luigi, and Daisy playing Chomp Romp.

Game Mini-Game is in Mario Party 5
Objective Collect as many coins as you can within the time limit.
Mini-Game type 4-Player Bonus
Time Limit 30 seconds
Mini-Game Decathlon Event? No

Coin Cache is a 4-Player Bonus Mini-Game in Mario Party 5. It takes place just outside of Princess Peach's Castle. The players are seen exiting the castle during the intro of the Mini-Game.

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[edit] Objective

As is the case with all other coin-collecting bonus games in the Mario Party Series, the goal is to simply collect as many coins as you can within the allotted time, in this case, 30 seconds. Simply break the Brick Blocks to get the coins inside of them. When a Block has no more coins, it will become a brighter color than the others.

[edit] Advice

This is a sidescrolling type of Mini-Game, so you can only move from left to right. There are 3 rows of Brick Blocks that move from right to left. They will, however, stop for a few seconds at times. This is your best chance to climb to the higher rows and try and get some quick and easy coins. After those few seconds, the rows of Bricks move in the opposite direction of what they were moving. If you step off the screen on one side, you will appear on the other side. This is just like the Mario Bros. arcade game. There are also 3 types of blocks in the Mini-Game. These types of blocks contain different amounts of coins in them as well.

[edit] Block Types

As mentioned previously, there are 3 different block types.

  • Brick Block 1 = These Brick Blocks have no coins whatsoever. When hit, they crumble.
  • Brick Block 2 = These are the most common. These Brick Blocks contain a single coin and proceed to turn into a Used Block when hit.
  • Brick Block 3 = The rarest black type. These blocks have many coins inside of them and will not turn into a Used Block until it's out of coins.

[edit] Controls

  • Control Stick = Move left or right.
  • A Button = Jump
Last edited by Eon80 on 2 December 2011 at 15:04
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