Baton and On

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Baton and On
Baton and On.png
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type Rhythm minigame (free-for-all)
Music Baton and On

Baton and On is a Rhythm minigame that appears in Super Mario Party. The minigame's title is a pun to the phrase "on and on".

Gameplay[edit]

Players are seen being a part of a marching band, with four Toads, which is conducted by Toadette. After a three second countdown, the characters will march along for a few seconds before stopping, and every player must swing their Joy-Con up and down to wave their batons to the beat of the music, earning them points. If the player waves their baton after the countdown ends (before and after each march), they will earn three extra points. After marching seven times (15 times on the Hard mode), the player must shake their Joy-Con left and right to wave at the audience, which will give them more points. Afterwards, the player with the most points wins.

The perfect score is 124 on Normal difficulty and 160 on Hard difficulty.

In Challenge Road, this minigame is the seventh challenge of Shell Street and the seventh challenge overall. The goal is to obtain 100 points for the normal challenge and 110 points for the Master Challenge, both of them on Normal difficulty.

Controls[edit]

  • Joy-Con (L) Wave Baton

In-game description[edit]

  • "March to the rhythm!"
  • "The timing is 3-2-1 now! for both starting and stopping."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Desfile en marcha Marching parade
French Majorettes en mesure Capable majorettes
Dutch Toadette de majorette Toadette the majorette
German Mustergültiges Marschieren Perfect Marching
Italian Parata di precisione Precision parade
Korean 모여서 퍼레이드
Moyeoseo peoreideu
Rally and Parade