|Color Coordination (US)/Colour Coordination (PAL)|
|60 seconds (1 minute)|
|"Cross this wacky contraption by stepping on the colored switches to help eachother advance."|
Color Coordination (Colour Coordination in the PAL version) is a Pair Mini-Game in Wii Party.
Above the sea, both players start on a floating island and must cross a wacky wireframe path and get to the finish line in time. However, there are open trapdoors that can't be crossed, unless a matching button is stood on. When a trapdoor's button is stood on, that and all other matching trapdoors will close, allowing players to cross. When someone comes off a button, all the trapdoors will open again. This is where teamwork comes in as there are many sections where one player has to stand on a button and close a trapdoor to let the other player stand on a different button to let the first player cross.
There are three types of trapdoor and buttons; orange crescent, purple flower, and turquoise star. If one player falls, both have to restart from the beginning at the cost of time not being re-added. If both players can reach the goal in a minute, they high-five and win! Otherwise, they lose if time runs out.
Holding the Wii Remote horizontally, use the D-Pad to move. Stand on a button to activate it.
- If you are playing with a CPU, he/she will find hidden shortcuts for you and even help you cross them. If you're playing with a real human partner, then the shortcuts are still there and could save you time if you spot them.
- The design of the platforms likely take after the "Obstacle Course" minigame from Wii Fit Plus and Wii Fit U.
- You can not actually fall off the edge of the platform. The only way you can fall off is if your partner steps off of the button when you are standing on the platform. This doesn't happen when you play with a CPU.