Croozin' for a Broozin'

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Croozin' for a Broozin'
Croozin' for a Broozin' from Super Mario Party
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type Free-for-all minigame
Music Run Away!

Croozin' for a Broozin' is a free-for-all minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. The name is based on Broozer's wordplay (pun on "bruising" and "boo") and the idiom "cruising for a bruising".

Gameplay[edit]

Players must continuously run down a dimly lit corridor to escape a group of Broozers. The corridor regularly splits into two brief segments, one of which contains blocks that obstruct the players' progress; players must choose a path to follow blindly. Additionally, Warp Pipes that appear along the unlucky lane spawn additional Broozers. Any player that is hit by a Broozer is automatically eliminated, and the last player standing wins.

Ending[edit]

The winner does their victory celebration, while every other player can be seen in the background being chased by Broozers.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move

In-game description[edit]

  • "Run from the oncoming Broozers!"
  • "Be careful of the pipes – Broozers might be hiding inside!"

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クラッシャー軍団から逃げろ
Kurasshā gundan kara nigero
Run Away from the Broozer Army
Chinese (Simplified) 逃离砸砖拳手军团
Táolí Zázhuān Quánshǒu Jūntuán
Run Away from the Broozer Army
Chinese (Traditional) 逃離砸磚拳手軍團
Táolí Zázhuān Quánshǒu Jūntuán
Run Away from the Broozer Army
Dutch Spokensteeg Haunted Lane
French Poings de côté Pun with "Poings" (Fists) and "Point de côté" (Stitch)
German Boxbold-Bataillon Broozer Battalion
Italian Fuga dai Tirapugni Escape from the Broozers
Korean 클러셔 군단으로부터 도망쳐라
Keulleosheo gundaneurobuteo domangcheora
Run Away from the Broozer Army
Spanish (NOA) Fantasmones a la carga Broozers charging
Spanish (NOE) Hatajo de Fantasmones Broozer Interception