Cheepers Keepers

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This article is about the minigame known as "Cheepers Keepers" in American English. For a different minigame known as "Cheepers Keepers" in British English, see Cheep Diamonds.
Cheepers Keepers
Cheepers Keepers from Mario Party: Island Tour.
Appears in Mario Party: Island Tour
Type General minigame
Initial record 45
Music track Pleasantly Moving Along

Cheepers Keepers (Hook, Line and Cheep Cheep in the British English version) is a general minigame in Mario Party: Island Tour. Its name is a play on the saying "Finders Keepers." The British English name is a pun on "Hook, line, and sinker," which was punned by the Mario Party 3 minigame Hand, Line and Sinker.


The players are out on a dock. Suddenly, something catches their fishing hook and reel out a Cheep Cheep each. They throw their fishing rod hook back into the water and the minigame begins.


The players press a certain button as many times as they can in five seconds to catch the most Cheep Cheeps. Whoever has the most Cheep Cheeps after three rounds wins.


  • A Button B Button Y Button X Button – Catch Cheep Cheep

In-game text[edit]

  • RulesAmerican English "Press the selected button as fast as you can to reel in Cheep Cheeps."
  • RulesBritish English "Press the displayed buttons as many times as you can before time runs out. The more you press it, the more Cheep Cheeps you'll catch!"

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 連打でフィッシング
Renda de fisshingu
Fishing Barrage

Dutch Vlotte Vissers
Fast Fishers
French (NOA) Pêcheurs en série
Serial Fisherman
French (NOE) Belles prises
Good catches
German Angeln in Akkord
Fishing in Chord
Italian Pesca compulsiva
Compulsive fishing
Portuguese Pesca de Botão
Button Fishing
Spanish (NOA) Pesca múltiple
Multiple Fishing
Spanish (NOE) Caña al Cheep Cheep
Rod to the Cheep Cheep