Platform: Nintendo 64
Developed by Hudson Soft
Published by Nintendo
Overview / Mini-Game List
Tensions mount for Mario and pals as each declares himself to be the one true Super Star of Mario Land. Face your friends and family in a contest of strength, wits and agility as you explore 6 thrilling Adventure boards. Reveal new levels of gaming excitement as you customize your boards with speed blocks, warp blocks and other speciality items. Jam-packed with all the electricity of an entire arcade, the action comes alive for up to four players. So grab your friends and get ready for a wild ride because this party never ends!
Mario Party is a board-game style title for the Nintendo 64. Players can choose from one of six playable characters as below:-
The game can be played in one of two modes
Party mode - Four players will play on a board-game style setup, taking it in turns to roll a dice which decides
how many spaces their player will move around the board. Once everyone has taken a turn a randomly selected mini game will begin. Players
continue rolling and playing mini games until time runs out.
Mini-game mode - in this mode the player can select up to seven mini-games to play back to back and customise the settings of the mini-games as required.
Shoot for the stars in 2-on-2. 3-on-1 or 4-player free-for-all action. Bash, bump and bully your way through 56 dizzying Mini-games. 9 World Maps provide a challenging single-player quest on Mini-Game Island.
Mario Party is a compilation of fifty-six Mini-Games comprising; ten single-player Mini-Games, five two-v-two Mini-Games, ten 3-v-1 Mini-Games and twenty-four four player Mini-Games.
Knock Block Tower
Two v Two player Mini-Games
Deep Sea Divers
Three v One Mini-Games
Bash 'n' Cash
Coin Block Bash
Coin Shower Flower
Tug o' War
Four player Mini-Games
Box Mountain Mayhem
Coin Block Blitz
Hot Rope Jump
Running of the Bulb
Shy Guy Says
Slot Car Derby
Mini Game Playthroughs
A playthrough of each game board in Mario Party is below:-
The playlist order is as below list, but
1. Donkey Kong's Jungle Adventure
2. Peaches Birthday Cake
3. Yoshi's Tropical Island
4. Wario's Battle Canyon
5. Luigi's Engine Room
6. Mario's Rainbow Castle
You can skip to a board of your choice by clicking in the top left of the playlist and choosing a different video:-
Once the game is completed the tune playing while the credits are scrolling is actually a heavily remixed version of the Mario Bros. Tune.
The second Mario game (to Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars) allowing you to buy items
The second Mario game to allow up to 4 players, the first was Mario Kart 64
Long after the release of Mario Party, infact even after the release of Mario Party 2, Nintendo bought out a Mario Party glove.
This glove was given away free and was intended for gamers who played a lot not to blister their hands due to the way the n64 controls were, Nintendo required proof of purchase of the Mario Party games to send these gloves out. The gloves were not logo bearing and had no Mario Characters on.
Some of the mini games names are puns, such as below:-
|Bumper Balls||Bumper cars|
|Hot Bob-omb||Hot Potato|
|Musical Mushroom||Musical Chairs|
|Shy guy says||Simon Says|
|Whack-a-plant||Whack a mole|
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