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Control Schtick is a battle minigame found in Mario Party 6. Its name is based on the control stick, an analog stick found on video game controllers; two control sticks are actually used to play this minigame.
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Introduction Edit

The players are facing the camera before their podiums turn them around. The screen then displays a random pose, which all the players strike correctly.

Gameplay Edit

Players have to useThe Control Stick  and the C Stick to move the player's arms in varying directions to copy the directions from the screen. As time passes by, the players have to react faster. Players who pose incorrectly fall through a hole in their platforms and are eliminated. The last player remaining wins.

Ending Edit

The camera zooms in on the winner, as well as the screen in the minigame showing him or her. The winner then preforms his or her victory animation.

Controls Edit

  • Control Stick – Control left hand
  • C Stick – Control right hand

In-game text Edit

  • Rules – "Tilt Control Stick and C Stick so that your left and right hands match the directions displayed on the screen. The last player standing wins!"
  • Advice – "The speed will increase with each passing round. Do your best to keep up!"

Video Edit

Mario Party 6 - Control Shtick01:38

Mario Party 6 - Control Shtick

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