Juice Box

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Juice Box
Juice Box minigame from Super Mario Party
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 2-vs.-2 minigame
Time limit 15 seconds per round

Juice Box is a 2-vs.-2 minigame in Super Mario Party. Its name is a pun on a word that refers to a small container for holding and drinking juice.


Both teams run in from offscreen to their tree stump "desks." They then look eager to battle with the opposite team. Toadette then points to the blackboard, which the camera zooms into. The weather looks to be summer weather.


In this minigame, players must pay attention to the two-by-two assortment of fruits onscreen. Teams must then bracket in matching areas on the six-by-five assortment presented. The first team to score three points by doing so wins.

On the Challenge Road, this is the third challenge of Chestnut Forest and the 13th challenge overall. The goal for the normal challenge is to beat the rival team, while the goal for the Master Challenge is to win each round.


The winners perform their victory animations, while the losers perform their losing animations. Toadette continually nods in the background.


  • Control Stick – Move frame
  • Single Joy-Con Right Button – Select
  • Single Joy-Con Bottom Button – Cancel

In-game text[edit]

  • Work together to bracket the pattern shown in the example!
  • There are always two correct answers to find!

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese かこんでフルーツ
Kakonde furūtsu
Enclose the Fruits
Chinese 围住水果 (Simplified)
圍住水果 (Traditional)
Wéizhù Shuǐguǒ
Enclose the Fruits
Dutch Vruchtvierkanten Fruit Squares
French Ensembles fruités Fruity matches
German Vitamin-Viereck Vitamin Quadrangle
Italian Combinazioni fruttose Fruitful combinations
Korean 과일을 에워싸자
Gwaireul ewossaja
Enclose Fruits
Spanish (NOA) Frutas al cuadrado Fruits squared
Spanish (NOE) Macedonia a pares Fruit Salad in Pairs