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}}'''Gate Guy''' is one of the Duel Mode boards that is playable in the game ''[[Mario Party 3]]''. It is named after the two Gate Guys that are on the board.
'''Gate Guy''' is one of the Duel Mode boards that is playable in the game ''[[Mario Party 3]]''. It is named after the two Gate Guys that are on the board.
 
 
==Appearance==
 
==Appearance==
 
Gate Guy is a pretty small board containing only 26 spaces total. The Blue Player Space is on the top left corner of the board while the Red Player Space is on the bottom right corner. The two Gate Guys are located on the top and bottom middle parts of the board and ask only 5 coins from the player to pass through. Gate Guy is definitely one of the easiest boards to move around on.
 
Gate Guy is a pretty small board containing only 26 spaces total. The Blue Player Space is on the top left corner of the board while the Red Player Space is on the bottom right corner. The two Gate Guys are located on the top and bottom middle parts of the board and ask only 5 coins from the player to pass through. Gate Guy is definitely one of the easiest boards to move around on.
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==Trivia==
 
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*Many players get Gate Guy confused with Game Guy as they are both in this game.
 
*Many players get Gate Guy confused with Game Guy as they are both in this game.
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Latest revision as of 00:36, December 22, 2019

Gate Guy is one of the Duel Mode boards that is playable in the game Mario Party 3. It is named after the two Gate Guys that are on the board.

AppearanceEdit

Gate Guy is a pretty small board containing only 26 spaces total. The Blue Player Space is on the top left corner of the board while the Red Player Space is on the bottom right corner. The two Gate Guys are located on the top and bottom middle parts of the board and ask only 5 coins from the player to pass through. Gate Guy is definitely one of the easiest boards to move around on.

Story ModeEdit

In Story Mode, the player fights Wario (or Luigi if they're already playing as Wario) for the Wit Star. Using the Gate Guys as shortcuts to get back to the appropriate Player Space or chase down Wario (Luigi) is the key to winning in this board.

TriviaEdit

  • Many players get Gate Guy confused with Game Guy as they are both in this game.
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