Croozin' for a Broozin'

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Croozin' for a Broozin'
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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".


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.


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


  • 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
Spanish (NOA) Fantasmones a la carga Broozers charging
Spanish (NOE) Hatajo de Fantasmones Broozer interception
French Poings de côté Pun with "Poings" (Fists) and "Point de côté" (Stitch)
Dutch Spokensteeg Haunted Lane
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