Mario Party-e is a card game that makes optional use of the Nintendo e-Reader and was released on February 7, 2003. A significant departure from the series, Mario Party-e is a card game that involves trying to get three superstar clothes accessories, and getting a superstar to win. However, there are many cards that can stop the player from reaching this goal. Many of these cards contain "dot-codes" which, when scanned into the e-Reader allow players to play minigames similar to those found in the regular Mario Party series.
Mario Party-e contains a Play Mat, an instruction book and a pre-constructed deck consisting of 64 cards in the following assortment (cards marked with an asterisk ("*") are e-Reader compatible cards):
|01 coin (x24)||02 Superstar's Hat (x4)||03 Superstar's Clothes (x4)||04 Superstar's Shoes (x4)|
|05 Superstar (x4)||06 Mario||07 Super Mario||08 Luigi|
|09 Super Luigi||10 Donkey Kong||11 Princess Peach*||12 Graceful Princess Peach*|
|13 Daisy*||14 Lakitu*||15 Toad||16 Bob-omb|
|17 Chain Chomp||18 Shy Guy||19 Goomba||20 Bowser*|
|21 Koopa Troopa||22 Boo||23 Two Boo||24 Yoshi*|
|25 Big Boo*||26 Waluigi*||27 Super Waluigi*||28 Wario*|
|29 Super Wario*|
- A 30th card has been released: the Double Coin card. This card appeared as a promotional card, buyable only in special events.
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