Cheep Diamonds

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Cheep Diamonds
Cheep Diamonds.png
Appears in Mario Party: Island Tour
Type General minigame
Time limit 5 seconds
Music Slowly Bubble Up

Cheep Diamonds (Cheepers Keepers in the British English version, not to be confused with the minigame which in the American English version falls under the same name) is a General Minigame in Mario Party: Island Tour. The American English name is a pun on "cheap diamonds." The British English name is a pun on the exclamation and 1938 song "Jeepers Creepers."

Introduction[edit]

Two Cheep Chomps dive into the water, then one of them eats diamonds, then they circle around, then they jump in the water. The one that ate the diamonds reveals them and then the game begins.

Gameplay[edit]

The players try to guess which Cheep Chomp eats the most diamonds and they get added to the player's total. In the first round, there are four Cheep Chomps, round two has five, and six in the final round. The player that has the most diamonds after all three rounds wins.

Controls[edit]

  • A Button B Button X Button Y Button L Button R Button – Pick Cheep Chomp

In-game text[edit]

  • RulesAmerican English "Pick out the Cheep Chomps with the most diamonds in their mouths before your opponents can."
  • RulesBritish English "Be the quickest to pick out the Cheep Chomp with the most gems in its mouth."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese バクバクシャッフル
Bakubakushaffuru
Cheep Chomp Shuffle
Spanish (NOA) El botín de los cheep glotones The Cheep Chomps' Loot
Spanish (NOE) El botín de los Cheep Chomp The Cheep Chomps' Loot
French Magots sur l'eau Money on the water (Pun with the song "Bateau sur l'eau" meaning "Boat on the Water")
Dutch Cheep Chomp-chaos -
German Happ-Gier
Italian Pesci Gnam preziosi Valuable Cheep Chomps
Portuguese Cheep Mix -