Banana, Split

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Banana, Split
The intro of Banana, Split
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type Toad's Rec Room minigame

Banana, Split is a one-to-four-player Toad's Rec Room minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. The name is derived from the name of the dessert banana split.



The player must play five rounds in which they match up the two systems to correctly align two halves of a banana as fast as possible. No penalty is given if the player makes an incorrect guess at any point, other than wasted time. The game ends once five rounds have passed.


The player must join the two Switch screen devices and slide their finger across both screens simultaneously, though this is never explained in-game. This is the only minigame in the game where more than one system is mandatory, while in the other three Toad's Rec Room minigames, they are optional.

In-game text[edit]

How fast can you clear five challenges?

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バナならべ
From "Banana" and narabe (align)
Chinese 香蕉相连 (Simplified)
香蕉相連 (Traditional)
Xiāngjiāo Xiānglián
Banana Connecting; Might be also a pun on 相交 xiāngjiāo (cross)
Dutch Bananensplit Banana Split
French Demi-bananes en série Sequential half-bananas
German Bananensplit Banana Split
Italian Banane split Banana split
Spanish Aplatanados Banana-ed, pun on an expression meaning worn out or tired