|Appears in||Mario Party 9|
|Music track||Can You Do It?|
The competitors are standing underneath their Brick Blocks. The flying block displaying the buttons to press descends from above, showing a question mark.
Players make their vines grow by pressing the button that appears on the Flying ? Block with a fast reaction time. The fastest player to hit the button gets a greater height increase for their vine than the other players do. If a player presses the wrong button or does not press any button, their vine will not grow for that round. With each round that passes, the players are given less time to react, as the button rotation on the block is faster each time. The player with the tallest vine after eight rounds wins.
The players climb to the tops of their vines. The camera then zooms in on the winner, who waves.
- Rules – "Press the buttons that appear on-screen to grow your vine. The faster you press the buttons, the higher your vine will grow. The highest vine wins!"
- Controls – "Hold the Wii Remote sideways. Depending on the button that appears on-screen, press , , , , or to make your vine grow."
Names in other languages
Haya oshi burokku
|Early Press Block|
Qiāo zhuān kuàishǒu
|French (NOA)||Vigne grimpante||Climbing Vine|
|French (NOE)||Frénétique botanique||Frantic Botanic|
|Italian||Arrampicanti||From "arrampicarsi" (to climb) and "rampicanti" (vines)|
|Spanish (NOA)||Plantas trepadoras||Creeper Plants|
|Spanish (NOE)||¡Súbete a la parra!||Get on the vine!|
- The background in this minigame is almost identical to the background of most levels in World 4 in New Super Mario Bros. Wii.