Git Along, Goomba

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Git Along, Goomba
Screenshot of Git Along, Goomba a General minigame from Mario Party: Island Tour.
Appears in Mario Party: Island Tour
Type General minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track Proceed cautiously...

Git Along, Goomba (known as Goomba Rodeo in the British English version) is a General minigame from Mario Party: Island Tour. The American English name is derived from the American folk song "Git Along, Little Dogies".


Players use their lassos to catch one Goomba each. Many Goombas appear from the manholes on the platform.


This minigame takes place in a desert. The player must spin their lasso by drawing circles on the bottom screen. They will then throw it to the platform in the middle of the top screen, capturing any Goombas within the circle. The longer the player spins, the bigger the lasso's range will be. More Goombas frequently emerge from the manholes. The competitor with most Goombas when time runs out is the winner.


American English[edit]

  • Stylus – Draw circles to widen the lasso, and then slide to throw

British English[edit]

  • Stylus – Draw circles and slide to throw

In-game text[edit]

  • RulesAmerican English "Use your lasso to catch as many Goombas as possible."
  • RulesBritish English "Throw your lasso to catch more Goombas than your opponents! Draw circles on the Touch Screen to widen your lasso and slide the stylus in the direction you want to throw it."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese なげなわクリボーキャッチ
Nagenawa Kuribō Kyacchi
Lasso Goomba Catch

Dutch Goomba-rodeo
French Lasso Goomba
Lasso Goomba
German Gumba-Rodeo
Goomba Rodeo
Italian Goomba al lazo
Lasso Goomba
Portuguese Rodeo de Goombas
Goomba Rodeo
Spanish Rodeo Goomba
Goomba Rodeo

See also[edit]