The post-match shade in Super Smash Bros. is a informed sight: a leader celebrates, their name is displayed, and a crook offers a sometimes-resentful-looking turn of applause. But what we’ve never gotten to knowledge is what it would be like to also hear that clapping–until now.

YouTube channel GrumpOut has put together a video we see above, that provides “realistic” audio of each one of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U’s playable characters clapping. This goes on for scarcely 6 minutes.

It sounds inane, we know, and it positively starts out that way, though it fast becomes hilarious, quite when we get to some of a some-more surprising ones, like Wario, Yoshi, and Donkey Kong.

Now we only need someone to mod a diversion so that these sound effects are indeed in a game.