Captain Toad Funny Soundboard

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Captain Toad Funny Soundboard
Publisher Nintendo
Platform(s) Browser
Rating(s) N/A
Input Mouse/touchscreen

Captain Toad Funny Soundboard is an activity on the Play Nintendo website.[1] It is a soundboard with voice clips of Captain Toad and Toadette from the game Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker.


There are eleven emotions or actions displayed for both Captain Toad and Toadette. When clicked or tapped on, an animation of the character will play in a circle along with a corresponding voice clip. The user can switch between Captain Toad's and Toadette's soundboards at the bottom of the screen.


  • Happy: Captain Toad and Toadette clap several times while saying "Yeah!" or "Yay!"
  • Calling: Captain Toad and Toadette yell out to someone.
  • Looking: Captain Toad and Toadette look around while making noises.
  • Dizzy: Captain Toad and Toadette spin around and then fall on their buttocks.
  • Falling: Captain Toad and Toadette fall down out of the circle.
  • Running: Captain Toad and Toadette run away from a Shy Guy that is chasing them.
  • Snoring: Captain Toad and Toadette snore with "Z's" coming from their mouths. The third time they snore, it sounds different.
  • Sleepy: Captain Toad and Toadette yawn while stretching. Toadette covers her mouth with one hand.
  • Scared: Captain Toad and Toadette shiver and cover their eyes in fear.
  • Dancing: Captain Toad and Toadette dance around and spin. Toadette says "Yes! Yes! Yay! Yeah! Yahoo!" while doing so.
  • Cold: Captain Toad and Toadette shiver with visible vapor coming from their mouths.

Website description[edit]

Silly sounds from Captain Toad are at your fingertips
You can play around with some of Captain Toad’s classic squeaks and grumbles with this hilarious soundboard. There’s a soundboard for Toadette, too!

Is that Captain Toad’s voice?
When he squeaks, we listen!



  1. ^ Captain Toad Funny Soundboard. Play Nintendo. Retrieved January 8, 2020. (Archived August 27, 2020, 19:15:53 UTC via Wayback Machine.)