Pull It Together

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Pull It Together
Pull It Together
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 2-vs.-2/free-for-all minigame (Team)
Time limit 10 seconds per round
Music track Wham-Bam Hullabaloo

Pull It Together is a Team minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. Its name comes from a phrase that means "to regain composure."


For a 2-vs.-2 match, both teams grab the rope. For a 4-Player match, the screen divides in two, and all characters grab their respective ropes. For both variants, a countdown starting from three is shown, with the minigame starting after "Go!"


The minigame is a tug of war; each player or team must try to pull the other over their respective line. If this minigame is played in a 2-vs.-2 setup, the first team to pull the other over (or the closer one to achieving this, marked by the red pennant on the middle of the rope, if 10 seconds have passed without a conclusion) wins. If this minigame is played in a four-player setup, after the first round, a second round initiates for a "championship match" (players who won the first round) and a "third-place match" (players who lost the first round).


  • Mash Single Joy-Con Right Button – Pull

In-game text[edit]

  • Pull your rivals over the line!
  • Mash the button as fast as you can!

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese 不公平つなひき
Fukōhei tsunahiki
Unfair Tug of War

Chinese 不公平拔河
Bùgōngpíng Báhé
Unfair Tug of War

Dutch Teams in touw
Teams [being] busy. From an expression meaning being busy; pun on “touw” (“rope”)
French Tir à la corde
Tug of war
German Ziehen und Zerren
Accuse and Tug
Italian Tiro alla fune
Tug of war
Korean 불공평한 줄다리기
Bulgongpyeonghan juldarigi
Unfair Tug of War

Spanish Tira y no aflojes
Pull and Don't Loosen, pun on tira y afloja (back and forth)