Barreling Along

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Barreling Along
BarrelingAlong.png
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type Free-for-all minigame
Music Wham-Bam Hullabaloo

Barreling Along is a free-for-all minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. The name comes from the phrase "barreling along", meaning to move very quickly and perhaps uncontrollably.

Gameplay[edit]

The minigame is set in a forest. Players must move to the goal using barrels by tilting their Joy-Con. Tall grass and water slow the player down, and Dash Panels provide temporary speed boosts. The first player to make it to the end wins.

On the Challenge Road, this is the first challenge of Ghostly Hollow and the 35th challenge overall. For the normal challenge, the player must reach the finish line first without touching the water. For the Master Challenge, the player must reach the goal first without touching any dash panels.

Controls[edit]

  • Joy-Con (L) / Joy-Con (R) (horizontal) – Move

In-game description[edit]

  • "Race to the finish line!"
  • "Tilt Joy-Con forward to speed up."
  • "Moving through tall grass and puddles will slow you down."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese コロコロたるレース
Korokoro taru rēsu
Rolling Barrel Race
Chinese (Simplified) 滚来滚去木桶赛
Gǔnláigǔnqù Mùtǒng Sài
Rolling Back and Forth, Barrel Race
Chinese (Traditional) 滾來滾去木桶賽
Gǔnláigǔnqù Mùtǒng Sài
Rolling Back and Forth, Barrel Race
Dutch Tonnentuinrace Garden Tub Race
French Course de tonneaux Barrel Race
German Rollroutiniers Roll Veterans
Italian Corsa rotolabarile Barrel Roll Race
Korean 데굴데굴 나무통 레이스
Deguldegul namutong reisu
Rolling wooden barrel race
Spanish Carrera barrilística From carrera balística (ballistic race) and barril (barrel)