At the Chomp Wash

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At the Chomp Wash
AtChompWash.pngMario Party 8
Top100AttheChompWash.pngMario Party: The Top 100
Appears in Mario Party 8
Mario Party: The Top 100
Type 4-Player minigame
Music Happy-Go-Lucky

At the Chomp Wash is a 4-Player minigame that appears in Mario Party 8 and returns in Mario Party: The Top 100. The name of this minigame is based on the phrase "At the car wash."


A character is painting the house of their pet Chain Chomp, who is tied to a post near the house. The Chain Chomp sees a butterfly and chases it, running over buckets full of paint. The buckets fall over and get some paint on the Chain Chomp.


The character uses a sponge to clean the dirty Chain Chomp. There are five spots of paint that cover it, and the player must clean all of them to win. After the player cleans a spot of paint on the Chain Chomp, it turns around to where there is another spot of paint. The player that cleans all the spots of paint first wins.


The winner poses with the Chain Chomp barking happily and jumping up and down. In The Top 100, each player does their pose on the results screen.


Mario Party 8[edit]

  • Wii Remote: Scrub
  • Buttons: None

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Stylus: Scrub

In-game text[edit]

Mario Party 8[edit]

  • Rules"Scrub all the paint off the Chain Chomp!"
  • Hint"The faster you scrub, the sooner you'll get the paint off!"

Mario Party: The Top 100[edit]

  • Description"Scrub the paint off the Chain Chomp with your sponge as fast as you can!"
  • On-screen"Wipe the paint off of Chain Chomp!"


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese みがいてワンワン
Migaite wanwan
Polish the Chain Chomp
Spanish Lavado de Chomp Chomp laundering
French Chompouinage Portmanteau of shampouinage (to shampoo) and "Chomp"
Dutch Chain Chomp schrobben Chain Chomp scrub
German Hundesalon Pet Grooming
Italian Lavaggio Categnaccio Chain Chomp Washing
Korean 멍멍이를 닦아라!
Meongmeongi-reul Dakkara!
Polish the Chain Chomp!


  • As the camera pans toward the Chain Chomp at the start of the minigame in Mario Party 8, the player can see a void in the background. This is also visible during the results.