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Key-pa-way (also refereed to as Koop-away) is an four-player minigame in Mario Party. It is based on the real life game, Keep Away, off which its name is a pun (a key is used in the minigame, rather than a ball).

Gameplay Edit

All the players must team up to win this minigame; one player gets a key, and the rest of the players have to intercept the key like a team. If one of the five Spike Koopas gets the key, the game ends in a "Miss". If the player with the key reaches to the key lock, all the players win, earning ten coins.

In the Mini-Game Island, however, the results is quite different. The player must be the one to open the door in order to clear this minigame. If a Spike Koopa gets the key or if one of the three CPU characters open the door first, the player loses his/her life.

Controls Edit

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Jump
  • B Button – Throw Key

In-game Text Edit

  • Game Rules – "Open the door without letting the Spike Koopas get the key. If they do, the game ends. Press B Button to pass the key."
  • Game Rules (Mini-Game Island) – "Keep the key away from the Spike Koopas and open the door. Clear the game by opening the door."
  • Advice – "It gets easier to pass to your teammates as Spike Koopas approach."

Video Edit

Mario Party- 4 Player Minigame - Key-pa-Way00:57

Mario Party- 4 Player Minigame - Key-pa-Way

Mario Party - Key-pa-Way

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