Lit Potato

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Lit Potato
LitPotato SuperMarioParty.png
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 2-vs.-2 minigame (team)
Music Calm Down!

Lit Potato is a team minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. Its name and concept are derived from "hot potato".

Gameplay[edit]

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 exploded by a Bob-omb, they are out and can cheer the other players on from the sidelines. The last team standing wins. In the 4-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.

Controls[edit]

  • Single Joy-Con Right Button – Pass Bob-omb

In-game description[edit]

  • "Don't get caught with a Bob-omb!"
  • "Pass the Bob-ombs around clockwise."
  • "You can only hold one at a time!"

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ドキドキバクダン回し
Dokidoki bakudan mawashi
Intense Bomb Passing
Spanish (NOA) Papa caliente Hot potato
Spanish (NOE) Patata caliente Hot potato
French Cadeau explosif Explosive gift
Dutch Korte lontjes Short fuses
German Bombenstimmung Bombing Mood
Italian Bomba bollente Hot bomb
Korean 두근두근 폭탄 돌리기
Dugeundugeun poktan doligi
Intense Bomb Passing