Rattle and Hmmm

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Rattle and Hmmm
Rattle and Hmmm from Super Mario Party
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 4-Player minigame
Time limit 15 seconds to select an enemy per round
Music track Rattle and Hmmm

Rattle and Hmmm is a 4-Player minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. Its name is a nod to the album Rattle and Hum by the Irish band U2. It is also the only minigame to have a unique ending music track outside the Challenge Road due to its game show aesthetic.


The camera zooms in on the players, who wave at the camera. The camera then pans over to the curtain, with Toad as the host. The minigame then begins.


In this minigame, players must pay attention to the rumble in the Joy-Con that three enemies make. After all enemies have performed, the players must listen to the rumble sequence and select the enemy that best matches the rumble sequence. The first player to answer correctly gets five points, the second player to do so gets three points, the third player gets two points, and the fourth player gets one point. Players who answer incorrectly are given no points. After three rounds, the player with the most points wins.

On Challenge Road, this is the second challenge of Mushroom Beach and the 23rd challenge overall. The goal is 10 points for the normal challenge and 13 points for the Master Challenge.

Enemy sets[edit]

  • Conkdor (weakest rumble, pecks twice)
  • Spike (strong, medium rumble)
  • Bob-omb (long-lasting rumble)
  • Sumo Bro (shortest-lasting rumble)
  • Whomp (medium-length rumble)
  • Thwomp (longest-lasting rumble)


  • Joy-Con (L) / Joy-Con (R) (horizontal) – Feel rumble
  • Control Stick – Move cursor
  • Single Joy-Con Right Button – Select

In-game text[edit]

  • "Pay close attention to the rumbling to find the answer!"
  • "Feel the difference between three types of rumbling."
  • "The first to find the right answer gets the most points!"
  • Tips: "Pay close attention to the intensity and duration of the rumbles."

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブルブルクイズ
Buruburu kuizu
Rumbling Quiz

Chinese (simplified) 振动猜一猜
Zhèndòng Cāiyìcāi
Rumble Guessing

Chinese (traditional) 震動猜一猜
Zhèndòng Cāiyìcāi
Rumble Guessing

Dutch Gevoelskwesties
Matter of feelings
French (NOA) Questions de vibrations
Questions of Vibrations
French (NOE) Question de vibrations
Question of Vibrations
German Vibrationswahl
Vibration Choice
Italian Vibra-quiz
Korean 진동 퀴즈
Jindong kwijeu
Vibration Quiz

Spanish Concurso vibrante
Vibrating Contest