Candy Shakedown

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Candy Shakedown
Candy Shakedown from Super Mario Party
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 4-Player minigame
Music track Fancy Pop

Candy Shakedown is a 4-Player minigame in Super Mario Party.


Every player is seated around a table, each holding a candy jar. The screen then fades out and fades back in to show the first player's candy jar, which gently shakes left and right before stopping. The screen then divides into four to show the other players' candy jars. The minigame then begins.


It has been requested that this article be rewritten and expanded to include more information. Reason: Put information about this minigame at Challenge Road

Players are in a blue room. They must open their jars and use their Joy-Con to shake all of their candy out of them. All human players must press the right button on their Joy-Con to unscrew the lid. The first player to do so wins.


The winning player does their victory animation in front of the table. The other players do not perform their losing animations; they talk with each other excitedly instead.


  • Joy-Con (L) / Joy-Con (R) (vertical) – Shake the Bottle[sic]

In-game text[edit]

  • Shake out all the candy!
  • Treat Joy-Con (L) like a jar, and shake it until all the candy falls out!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese フリフリキャンディー
Furifuri kyandī
Shaking Candy
(「フリフリ」 refers to onomatopoeia for shaking or dropping objects)
Chinese (Simplified) 掉下来的糖果
Diàoxiàlái dè Táng'guǒ
Dropping Candy
Chinese (Traditional) 掉下來的糖果
Diàoxiàlái dè Táng'guǒ
Dropping Candy
Dutch Snoepschudden Candy Shake
French Agités du bocal Agitated of the jar (Expression meaning "A somewhat crazy person")
German Bonbonglas-Balance Sweets Jar Balance
Italian Dolcezze in barattolo Sweetness in jar
Korean 우수수 캔디
Ususu Kaendi
Falling Candy
Spanish (NOA) A las sacudidas To the Shaking
Spanish (NOE) Dulces enfrascados Bottled Sweets