Apes of Wrath

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Apes of Wrath
Apes of Wrath from Mario Party 7
Appears in Mario Party 7
Type Duel minigame
Music track Look Out!
Music sample

Apes of Wrath is a Duel minigame in Mario Party 7. Its name is a pun on the title of the novel The Grapes of Wrath.


The opening cutscene of the game shows the two characters biting apples belonging to Ukikis in the forest, which then become angry at the players.

If Yoshi, Birdo, or Boo is participating, they will eat the entire apple rather than taking just one bite like the other characters. If Dry Bones is participating, its head will be detached when eating the apple. If Toad or Toadette is participating, they will not lift up the apple.


The players must avoid being captured by using the stage to evade the Ukikis. The Ukikis usually chase the player closer to them, and more of them appear the longer the players avoid them. If any of the Ukikis come too close to a player, they are caught and the other player wins.


The ending to Apes of Wrath

The winner celebrates while the loser is carried off by the Ukikis behind them.


  • Control Stick – Move
  • A ButtonJump

In-game text[edit]

  • Rules"Mmm... Delicious apples... Oh no! You stole them from the monkeys! RUN! Run for your life!"
  • Advice"The longer you run, the more monkeys will appear! Stupid monkeys!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ウッキーにつかまるな
Ukkī ni Tsukamaru na
Do Not Get Caught by the Ukikis
French Furie Ukiki Ukiki fury
German Apfeltheater Combination of apfel (apple) and affentheater (literally "monkeys theater", meaning "farce")
Italian Occhio alla scimmia Eye on the monkey
Spanish Monos de la ira Monkeys of Wrath