Be My Chum!

Be My Chum!
Wario, Daisy, and Toadette in Be My Chum! from Mario Party 7
Appears in Mario Party 7
Type 1-vs.-3 Mic minigame
Time limit 30 seconds
Music track Lazy Day Lollygag
Music sample

Be My Chum! is a 1-vs.-3 Mic minigame in Mario Party 7. The name refers to the phrase "Be my chum!" which is a phrase one uses to become friends, and "chum," which refers to fish organs.


The solo player can call out commands by speaking into the Mic. If there is no Mic, the commands are selected from a blue box. The commands are "Cheep Cheep," "Sushi," "Blooper," and "Lakitu" (Lakitus drop Spinies). If the solo player says "Goomba," a Goomba in the background jumps, but this does not affect gameplay. The other three players swim around in the water, using   to avoid the attacks. For the solo player to be victorious, they must use the commands and eliminate the other three players. For the team players to win, at least one of them must hold out for 30 seconds.


Solo (1 player)Edit

  •   – Say: "Lakitu," "Cheep Cheep," "Blooper," "Sushi"

Group (3 players)Edit

  •   – Move

In-game textEdit

  • Rules"Use the Mic to attack the underwater swimmers. If you're in the water, dodge everything!"
  • Advice"If you're swimming, keep a close eye on the Cheep Cheeps! They're tricky!"

Names in other languagesEdit

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マイクですいぞくかん
Maiku de suizokukan
Mic Aquarium

French Aquapéril
Literally means "water peril"
German Meeresfrüchtchen
Sea Rascal
A pun on Meeresfrüchte (seafood)
Italian Idrocaccia
Spanish De pesca