MapleStory/Quests/Mini-Games

There are a number of Mini-Games in the world of MapleStory. Some are accessed via the Cash Shop, while others can be made by collecting items in-game. Most don’t give any sort of prize, however. Not all take place between players, either, as there are some single player mini-games as well. In addition, there’s a place in Henesys called “Henesys Game Park” dedicated to hosting these mini-games.

Contents

Omok [ edit ]

Omok is a very simple mini-game. It is played between two players. One must own a game, while the challenger merely has to enter. Each player has a piece that resembles various monsters in the game depending on what Omok set is used that can be placed on the board. The goal of the game is to get 5 in a row. There are a number of sets that are possible to create, using Omok Pieces dropped from Monsters in Victoria Island and Ludibrium. All that is needed to create a game is 1 of each type and an Omok Table that is also dropped by few monsters(Stumps and Toy Trojans). To do this, take the collected items to Casey in Henesys Game Park or Chico in Ludibrium.

A complete set of Omok is extremely easy to get now. It’s more difficult finding an Omok board than getting the pieces. Previously, Omok pieces were somewhat uncommon drops and 99 of each type, along with the board, were needed to create a set.

The available pieces are:

  1. Slime
  2. Octopus
  3. Pig
  4. Mushroom
  1. Trixter
  2. Bloctopus
  3. Panda
  4. Pink Teddy

Only pieces from the same continent can be combined. The possible combinations include:

  • Panda and Pink Teddy
  • Panda and Trixter
  • Bloctopus and Panda
  • Bloctopus and Pink Teddy
  • Octopus and Mushroom
  • Pig and Mushroom
  • Pig and Octopus
  • Slime and Mushroom
  • Slime and Octopus
  • Slime and Pig

Match Cards (Concentration/Memory) [ edit ]

Match cards is another simple mini-game. To play, two players are needed, and one of them needs a Deck of cards. To make a deck, 100 monster cards (15 in GlobalMS, JapanMS, EuropeMS and BrazilMS) are needed. Talk to Casey in Henesys Game Park or Chico in Ludibrium to create one. Monster cards used to be extremely common in GlobalMS, so many people had decks of cards. However, cards have now become scarce.

Once a deck has been acquired, the game is played in a window resembling Omok’s. At the beginning, after choosing a hard/medium/easy difficulty, the cards are revealed and flipped over one by one to be face down. Matches must be made by remembering where cards are. Every time a correct match is made, that player gets to try again until failure. In easy games, this can result in the player who gets the first turn winning before the second player even gets a chance to go. If a new player enters the room, the host will go first. Otherwise the loser of the previous game goes first. Since the owner of the game can kick people out, this method is sometimes abused to get a very high win/loss record. Games of Match Cards can also result in a tie, since points are attributed for each match made. Occasionally, guilds or other organizations will hold tournaments.

Match Cards is available in every version.

Gachapon & Pigmy [ edit ]

The typical Gachapon machine. Some Gachapons located in certain areas are specially themed to blend in.

While considered a mini-game by some, it is by far the simplest. All that is needed is to purchase a Gachapon ticket from the cash shop, and then give it to the Gachapon NPC in each town. Different towns have different items available, and the same goes for different versions. Some compare it to playing the lottery, as once the ticket is handed over, a random item will be received, and Gachapon items are among the most valuable in the game. In some versions, as rates vary, players say that Gachapon tickets aren’t worth the cost. In others, particularly TaiwanMS, the worthless items, like Red Potions, have been replaced by coupons that can be traded in for even rarer items. In GlobalMS, a Gachapon ticket costs exactly ($1) one US Dollar. They can also be purchased in bulk to save money; for instance, 35 tickets can be bought for 30,000 Nexon Points ($30). For a short time, there was also a Cash Shop event in GlobalMS where tickets would be given out for free with purchases of specific items.

There are usually certain channels which give better items than others, especially in Cursed/Dark Scroll-filled Gachapons like those in Mushroom Shrine and Aquarium. Mushroom Shrine is currently the best Gachapon in quite a few versions, with tons of Cursed/Dark Scrolls and a Pink/Purple Adventurer Cape or a Brown Work Gloves occasionally. This Gachapon is not to be confused with the one in the Showa Sauna, which gives items of lower value.

Gachapon is available in every version except KoreaMS, GlobalMS, EuropeMS.

In GlobalMS, you can find The Great Gachaperriot in all towns. The Gachaperriot replaced all the Gachapon machines (which GMS had before this was added) and combined all town’s rewards into one machine. Normally, different towns will contain various items specific to one machine, The Great Gachaperriot resolves that by making it so that all rewards are from the same reward pool. You can get Nebulites, items you would normally get from Gachapon and Chairs, all of which were separated into different Gachapon types before the release.

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If you give 20 Gachapon tickets all at once to the machine, it will turn into a Powergacha ticket. The Powergacha ticket will allow you to get a better chance of getting the more rare items inside the machine (this is comparable to the Mega Marvel inside the web-based Gachapon, Marvel Machine).

In KoreaMS and EuropeMS, you can find the “Pigmy.” It is like Gachapon, but it works differently. It gives different items as well. To use the Pigmy, one must buy an Incubator from the cash shop, and then feed the Pigmy NPC Pigmy treats, purchased from one of several shops, to get it to lay an egg. Hatch the egg in the incubator to receive your prize.

Maple Story 2 – Mini Games Ultimate Guide – How to Play & Win

T he first time I took part in a Maple Story 2 mini-game, I instantly thought “why haven’t I seen something similar in another MMO?”. Soon, I came to say the same thing for many other mechanics MS2 has to offer – such a unique & well-made game indeed!

So.. mini-games! You will get a popup for these in the bottom right of your screen every 30 minutes, and you will always be able to choose from 2 different mini-games. Then you will teleport to the special map the game takes place, wait for everyone to join, then be on your way to ultimate fun!

Let’s break down all the different mini-games Maple Story 2 has to offer, and what you should do on each one, to secure a winning position, or at least your special Kay coin!

Crazy Runners

Crazy Runners, Maple Story 2 Mini Game

Crazy Runners, Maple Story 2 Mini Game

In Crazy Runners, you’ll be racing on foot with 50 other players, through a maze of obstacles, narrow corners & buffs / debuffs.

Your aim of course, is to finish first by carefully navigating the map, avoiding the blue arrows that slow you down, as well as traps players ahead of you can activate with levers. There’s also orange arrows that will boost your speed considerably, and making the right jumps in certain sections will secure your position.

For now there is a single map for Crazy Runners, but who know, I guess they will be adding more soon to spice it up! After playing the game a couple of times, you’ll get way more acquainted with the hard obstacles, and be able to easily secure a Kay coin every time (just make sure you arrive at the finish line before the time runs up!).

Dance Dance Stop

Dance Dance Stop, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

Dance Dance Stop, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

Dance Dance Stop is definitely my favorite mini-game! Nothing beats a flood of cute characters dancing around with their silly animations ?

The goal of the mini-game is simple: there’s 5 rounds, and each time a different number shows up on each square. You have to stand in a square, with the same amount of players as the number on it. Less or more, will mean that when the round is over, you are going to collapse with the floor, and lose the game ?

Between each round, you’ll get a chance to dance for a while, admiring your character’s moves, and also gaining some of the easiest mini-game XP! After the dance is over, you’ll have to lookout all the numbers around you, and figure out with which group you are going to co-operate in order to survive the round!

It’s important to note, that if you choose a square with 1, someone can “ruin” it for you. With squares of 2 or more people, you can defend your square with the action button, so that no nasty trolls can bring you to their suicide!

Also, watch out for the “special” rounds, where some extreme squares like 10 or 20 show up. I’ve never seen a group make it on a red square, with more than 50 games of DDS played, so watch out!

Ludibrium Escape

Ludibrium Escape, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

Ludibrium Escape, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

Similar to the Ludibrium Clock Tower Normal Adventure, the Ludibrium Escape mini-game takes place in a 2D platformer map, full of jumps & falls!

You will start at the bottom of the tower, and you will have to reach the top within the set time. Watch out for many moving blocks, traps, destructible blocks and most of all, jumping carefully so that you don’t end up in the beginning after sweating to reach the top!

Make it on time, and a Kay coin, along with a lot of XP along the way is waiting for you ? Platformer fans are going to love this one, as it’s an awesome fast-paced race, which puts you to the test way more than Crazy Runners.

Maple OX Quiz

Maple OX Quiz, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

Maple OX Quiz, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

Ugh.. Did I already choose too many favorite mini-games? Bear with me, as they’re all freaking amazing ?

Maple OX Quiz, oh what a nice idea! The process couldn’t be simpler, there’s two big squares, one with a blue circle for True, and one with a red X for false. All you gotta do, is stand on the right square depending on the question / statement on your screen.

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It sounds easy, but I’ll be honest with you. After more than 40 Quizzes I’ve joined, I didn’t even make it after round 5.. (there’s 10 rounds in total).

Why? Well a) because I always sucked at Trivial Pursuit, and b) because there is simply too many traps! I mean trap questions of course!

Most of the questions focus on “general knowledge” stuff, while there’s a few Maple Story 2 lore questions, which are the hardest for those not into the lore of the game.

In general, you’ll find many helpful fellows in the mini-game, so if you are not sure about an answer, follow the discussions and the crowd (which is not always the best choice, especially in trap questions!).

Sole Survivor

Sole Survivor, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

Sole Survivor, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

Sole Survivor is one of the “positioning” mini-games, where watching carefully all the tiles around you, and every tiny movement, will make you shine & win every time! I find it easier than Spring Beach or Trap Master, but I guess it always comes down to training.

There’s 5 rounds again, and on each round many of the tiles from the playing area will start to collapse. Obviously, you don’t want to be standing in a collapsing block, as that will put you out of the game.

Some people prefer to jump around all the time, and keep as little contact with the floor as possible. Others, are more focused, and stay still until they have to move. The best advice I can give you, is always be on the lookout for the safest / nearest escape route, as the mini-game is quite strategic, and you want to go with the most chances of surviving!

Spring Beach

Spring Beach, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

Spring Beach, Maple Story 2 Mini-Game

One of the hardest mini-games for me, and probably one of the easiest if you get used to how it works!

The premise is simple again. All the players gather in the middle, and there’s 5 rounds. Each round, most of the tiles in the designated area will start to tremble more and more, resulting in a bouncy trap that’s going to send you out of the game if you stand on it.

So you simply have to watch out for the tiles that stay still, and stay on one until the round is over. Sounds simple, yes, but it’s hectic in there! Just trying to figure out which tiles don’t move, while 50 more players jump around you in a small space, well I’m playing Maple Story 2 at 4K, in a 40 inch monitor, and still struggle with that!

It’s worth noting that you can fish in Spring Beach while waiting for the game to start, and you’ll also get some extra fishing time at the end of it. It’s also worth mentioning that you can’t teleport out of the game until it’s over (like with the other mini-games that a portal is always there), I guess because every round is blazing fast, and even if you lost on the 1st round, you’ll be out in no time.

Trap Master

Trap Master, Maple Story 2 Mini Game

Trap Master, Maple Story 2 Mini Game

The Trap Master map looks identical to Sole Survivor, but the way the game works is different, and quite more fast-paced.

The tiles will always collapse in groups, and by following a pattern. This means that it’s easier to identify which way you should move in order to survive the 5 rounds, but it’s harder in the sense of how quick you should react because of the tiles collapsing in big groups, and not one at a time.

The rounds go fast, so stay focused, and you’ll make it! You can always follow the players that seem to know what they’re doing, but I suggest you invest on learning how the game works instead ?

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MapleStory/Quests/Mini-Games

There are a number of Mini-Games in the world of MapleStory. Some are accessed via the Cash Shop, while others can be made by collecting items in-game. Most don’t give any sort of prize, however. Not all take place between players, either, as there are some single player mini-games as well. In addition, there’s a place in Henesys called “Henesys Game Park” dedicated to hosting these mini-games.

Contents

Omok [ edit ]

Omok is a very simple mini-game. It is played between two players. One must own a game, while the challenger merely has to enter. Each player has a piece that resembles various monsters in the game depending on what Omok set is used that can be placed on the board. The goal of the game is to get 5 in a row. There are a number of sets that are possible to create, using Omok Pieces dropped from Monsters in Victoria Island and Ludibrium. All that is needed to create a game is 1 of each type and an Omok Table that is also dropped by few monsters(Stumps and Toy Trojans). To do this, take the collected items to Casey in Henesys Game Park or Chico in Ludibrium.

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A complete set of Omok is extremely easy to get now. It’s more difficult finding an Omok board than getting the pieces. Previously, Omok pieces were somewhat uncommon drops and 99 of each type, along with the board, were needed to create a set.

The available pieces are:

  1. Slime
  2. Octopus
  3. Pig
  4. Mushroom
  1. Trixter
  2. Bloctopus
  3. Panda
  4. Pink Teddy

Only pieces from the same continent can be combined. The possible combinations include:

  • Panda and Pink Teddy
  • Panda and Trixter
  • Bloctopus and Panda
  • Bloctopus and Pink Teddy
  • Octopus and Mushroom
  • Pig and Mushroom
  • Pig and Octopus
  • Slime and Mushroom
  • Slime and Octopus
  • Slime and Pig

Match Cards (Concentration/Memory) [ edit ]

Match cards is another simple mini-game. To play, two players are needed, and one of them needs a Deck of cards. To make a deck, 100 monster cards (15 in GlobalMS, JapanMS, EuropeMS and BrazilMS) are needed. Talk to Casey in Henesys Game Park or Chico in Ludibrium to create one. Monster cards used to be extremely common in GlobalMS, so many people had decks of cards. However, cards have now become scarce.

Once a deck has been acquired, the game is played in a window resembling Omok’s. At the beginning, after choosing a hard/medium/easy difficulty, the cards are revealed and flipped over one by one to be face down. Matches must be made by remembering where cards are. Every time a correct match is made, that player gets to try again until failure. In easy games, this can result in the player who gets the first turn winning before the second player even gets a chance to go. If a new player enters the room, the host will go first. Otherwise the loser of the previous game goes first. Since the owner of the game can kick people out, this method is sometimes abused to get a very high win/loss record. Games of Match Cards can also result in a tie, since points are attributed for each match made. Occasionally, guilds or other organizations will hold tournaments.

Match Cards is available in every version.

Gachapon & Pigmy [ edit ]

The typical Gachapon machine. Some Gachapons located in certain areas are specially themed to blend in.

While considered a mini-game by some, it is by far the simplest. All that is needed is to purchase a Gachapon ticket from the cash shop, and then give it to the Gachapon NPC in each town. Different towns have different items available, and the same goes for different versions. Some compare it to playing the lottery, as once the ticket is handed over, a random item will be received, and Gachapon items are among the most valuable in the game. In some versions, as rates vary, players say that Gachapon tickets aren’t worth the cost. In others, particularly TaiwanMS, the worthless items, like Red Potions, have been replaced by coupons that can be traded in for even rarer items. In GlobalMS, a Gachapon ticket costs exactly ($1) one US Dollar. They can also be purchased in bulk to save money; for instance, 35 tickets can be bought for 30,000 Nexon Points ($30). For a short time, there was also a Cash Shop event in GlobalMS where tickets would be given out for free with purchases of specific items.

There are usually certain channels which give better items than others, especially in Cursed/Dark Scroll-filled Gachapons like those in Mushroom Shrine and Aquarium. Mushroom Shrine is currently the best Gachapon in quite a few versions, with tons of Cursed/Dark Scrolls and a Pink/Purple Adventurer Cape or a Brown Work Gloves occasionally. This Gachapon is not to be confused with the one in the Showa Sauna, which gives items of lower value.

Gachapon is available in every version except KoreaMS, GlobalMS, EuropeMS.

In GlobalMS, you can find The Great Gachaperriot in all towns. The Gachaperriot replaced all the Gachapon machines (which GMS had before this was added) and combined all town’s rewards into one machine. Normally, different towns will contain various items specific to one machine, The Great Gachaperriot resolves that by making it so that all rewards are from the same reward pool. You can get Nebulites, items you would normally get from Gachapon and Chairs, all of which were separated into different Gachapon types before the release.

If you give 20 Gachapon tickets all at once to the machine, it will turn into a Powergacha ticket. The Powergacha ticket will allow you to get a better chance of getting the more rare items inside the machine (this is comparable to the Mega Marvel inside the web-based Gachapon, Marvel Machine).

In KoreaMS and EuropeMS, you can find the “Pigmy.” It is like Gachapon, but it works differently. It gives different items as well. To use the Pigmy, one must buy an Incubator from the cash shop, and then feed the Pigmy NPC Pigmy treats, purchased from one of several shops, to get it to lay an egg. Hatch the egg in the incubator to receive your prize.

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