Cheep Cheep Sweep

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Cheep Cheep Sweep
Gameplay of Mario Party 4 minigame Cheep Cheep Sweep.
Appears in Mario Party 4
Type 2-vs-2 mini-game
Time limit 60 seconds
Music Twist and Shake
Music

Cheep Cheep Sweep is a 2-vs-2 minigame in Mario Party 4.

Introduction[edit]

A red Cheep Cheep is seen jumping out of the water in closeup. The camera zooms out to reveal the four players, each with a net representing their team color.

Gameplay[edit]

Players are placed in a small pond with many Cheep Cheeps. Players must catch the Cheep Cheeps in their nets and bring them over to their team's cage. Red Cheep Cheeps are worth one point, and yellow ones are worth two points. The net can hold up to three Cheep Cheeps at once. Walking too fast and making ripples in the water will cause the Cheep Cheeps to swim away, so players must sneak up on the fish if they wish to catch them. The minigame ends when all Cheep Cheeps are caught or when time runs out. The team with more Cheep Cheeps in its cage at the end of the minigame wins.

Ending[edit]

The players' nets disappear, and the winning team celebrates while the losing team sulks.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move
  • A Button – Catch
  • B Button – Empty the net

In-game text[edit]

  • Game Rules"Catch the Cheep Cheeps in your net. Red Cheep Cheeps are worth 1 point, and yellow ones are worth 2 points."
  • Advice"Your net can hold up to three Cheep Cheeps. Approach them slowly so you don't scare them away."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese プクプクすくい
Pukupuku Sukui
Pukupuku Scooping (from 「掬う」 suku'u, "to scoop up")
French Pêche au Cheep Cheep Cheep-cheep fishing
German Ins Netz gegangen Gone into the Net
Italian Pesca Smack Cheep Cheep Fishing
Spanish Pesca Cheep Cheep Cheep Cheep Fishing