Get Over It

From the Super Mario Wiki, the Mario encyclopedia
Jump to navigationJump to search
Not to be confused with Get Over It!.
Get Over It
Get Over It minigame from Super Mario Party.
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 2-vs.-2/4-Player minigame (Team)
Music track Aim Carefully

Get Over It is a Team minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. Its name comes from the phrase "get over it," meaning "to accept what has happened in the past and move on."


The minigame is set in a stone fortress exterior, where each team must jump over Grrrols of various speeds coming from either direction. If a team member hits a Grrrol, they are knocked into the water below and eliminated. The last team standing wins. If both teams' last remaning members get hit simultaneously, the minigame ends in a draw.

On the Challenge Road, this is the eighth challenge of Mushroom Beach and the 29th challenge overall. The rival team of two players has four extra allies to help them. In the normal challenge, the player team also has four allies, but in the Master Challenge, the player team has only two allies.


  • Single Joy-Con Right Button – Jump

Although this is never stated in the game, the player can also shake the Joy-Con to jump.

In-game description[edit]

  • Don't get bowled over!
  • Grrrols might roll in from the left or right!

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ジャンプサバイバル
Janpu sabaibaru
Jump Survival
Chinese (Simplified) 跳跃生存战
Tiàoyuè Shēngcún Zhàn
Jump Survival
Chinese (Traditional) 跳躍生存戰
Tiàoyuè Shēngcún Zhàn
Jump Survival
Dutch Stekelsprongen Prickly Jumping
French Ola au large
German Hoppsala
Italian Salti di sopravvivenza Jump for survival
Korean 점프 서바이벌
Jeompeu seobaibeol
Jump Survival
Spanish Pasarela mortal Deadly Gangplank