Snack Attack

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Snack Attack
Snack Attack minigame from Super Mario Party
Appears in Super Mario Party
Type 4-Player minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Initial record 15
Music track Hup Hup Hup!

Snack Attack is a 4-Player minigame appearing in Super Mario Party. Its name is a play on the term "snack attack," which is used to denote a person who has a sudden urge to eat specific foods.

Gameplay[edit]

The minigame is set in a circular area. Players must catch the popcorn that falls into the arena, which yields one point for each popcorn kernel collected. If a boulder falls onto a player, they spill half their popcorn and get stunned for one second. Both popcorn and boulders have a shadow appear on the ground to signify that they are going to fall at that spot. After 30 seconds have passed, the player with the most points wins.

During the ending cutscene, the winner(s) celebrate(s) and the loser(s) perform(s) their losing animations. If everyone has the same score, they all cheer.

On the Challenge Road, this is the final challenge of Chestnut Forest and the 21st challenge overall. The goal is to beat the player's chosen rival (only two players in total play this minigame). The rival is commonly Diddy Kong, and beating him unlocks him as a playable character.

Controls[edit]

  • Control Stick – Move

In-game description[edit]

  • Catch popcorn, not boulders!
  • If a boulder hits you, you'll spill some popcorn!

See also[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ポップコーンキャッチ
Poppucōn kyacchi
Popcorn Catch
Chinese 接住爆米花
Jiēzhù Bàomǐhuā
Catch the Popcorn
Dutch Het regent popcorn! It's Raining Popcorn!
French (NOA) Pluie de popcorn Popcorn Rain
French (NOE) Pluie de pop-corn Popcorn Rain
German Ohne Mais kein Preis No Prize without Corn
Italian Pioggia di popcorn Popcorn Rain
Korean 팝콘 캐치
Papkon Kaechi
Popcorn Catch
Spanish Erupción palomitera Popcorn Eruption