|Appears in||Super Mario Party|
|Type||2-vs.-2 minigame (Team)|
|Music track||Calm Down!|
The players are gathered in a circle, holding Bob-ombs. The teams' goal is to pass the Bob-ombs clockwise to ensure that players from opposing teams hold Bob-ombs. There are five rounds: The first round has six Bob-ombs, the second has four, the third has three, and the fourth and fifth (if necessary) have only one. If any team member is blown up by a Bob-omb, they are out and can cheer the other players on from the sidelines. The last team standing wins. In the four-player version, there are only three rounds instead of five: The first round has three Bob-ombs, and the second and third/final round have two. Should a game go further than that, only one Bob-omb is used.
- – Pass Bob-omb
- Don't get caught with a Bob-omb!
- Pass the Bob-ombs around clockwise.
- You can only hold one at a time!
Names in other languages
Dokidoki bakudan mawashi
|Heart-Pounding Bomb Passing|
Xīnjīngdǎnzhàn Chuán Zhàdàn
|Thrilling Bomb Passing|
|Dutch||Korte lontjes||Short fuses|
|French||Cadeau explosif||Explosive gift|
|Italian||Bomba bollente||Hot bomb|
|Korean||두근두근 폭탄 돌리기
Dugeundugeun poktan doligi
|Intense Bomb Passing|
|Spanish (NOA)||Papa caliente||Hot potato|
|Spanish (NOE)||Patata caliente||Hot Potato|