|Appears in||Mario Party: Island Tour|
|Time limit||30 seconds|
Rat-a-tat Flat (Scaredy Flat in the British English version) is a General minigame from Mario Party: Island Tour. The American name is a pun on the onomatopoeic term "rat-a-tat-tat", a noise when drumsticks are being played on a snare drum, while the British name comes from "Scaredy Rat".
Scaredy Rats come out from the mouse holes, and the player must ground pound as many as they can. As the minigame progresses, Gold Scaredy Rats come out, and are worth three points. The player that squishes the most Scaredy Rats wins.
- – Move
- - Jump
- then - Ground-pound
- Rules – American English "Jump and ground-pound to squish as many Scaredy Rats as possible."
- Rules – British English "Squish the Scaredy Rats by ground pounding them."
Names in other languages
Chūchū ni hippudoroppu!
|Ground Pound the Scaredy Rats!|
|Dutch||Ratjetoe||Chaos. Also a pun on the word rat.|
|French (NOA)||Rongeurs farceurs||-|
|French (NOE)||Haro sur Raplapla||Haro on Raplapla|
|German||Garaus den Gratterichen|
|Spanish||Plaga de Aterratas||Scaredy Rat Plague|