'Super Mario Party' Launch Trailer
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- 84 new minigames with many ways to play.
- Use of Joy-Con controllers in different ways.
- Like Mario Party: Star Rush, players can get allies.
- Similar to Mario Party 9, players team up into partners.
- Super Mario Party features online leaderboards with prizes.
- Rhythm, Co-op, and Toad's Rec Room minigames are also minigame categories.
- Mario Party: The original Mario Party board game has new elements like character dice blocks, a party system, and new boards.
- Online Mario-thon: An online mode that features five different, ever-changing minigames. Players can play against friends or people all over the world.
- Sound Stage: Players play rhythm-based minigames such as Time To Shine, Baton and On, All-Star Swingers, Take a Stab, and one that features a horse.
- Toad's Rec Room: A new playstyle that pairs up two Nintendo Switch systems for Tabletop mode.
- River Survival: Teams are assigned a boat which they have to row downstream.
- Donkey Kong (unlockable)
- Diddy Kong (unlockable)
- Bowser (new)
- Bowser Jr.
- Goomba (new)
- Koopa Troopa
- Dry Bones (unlockable)
- Shy Guy
- Hammer Bro
- Monty Mole (new)
- Pom Pom (new) (unlockable)
- Chargin' Chucks
- Cheep Cheeps
- Chain Chomp
- Huckit Crabs
- Sumo Bro
- Bullet Bills
- King Bob-omb
|Whomp's Domino Ruins||A ruins area with rolling boulders and Whomps that blocks the path.|
A mine featuring King Bob-omb with tons of rewards
|Megafruit Paradise||4 fruit-shaped islands that feature pipes you can use to warp between them|
|Kamek's Tantalizing Tower||A shining rooftop where riches and randomness thrive.|
|Normal Dice Block||Anybody||--||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6|
|Mario Dice Block||Mario||A useful, well-balanced die! Use the abundance of 3s to your advantage.||1, 3, 3, 3, 5, 6|
|Luigi Dice Block||Luigi||A die with high highs and low lows. It's easy to roll a 1, but that can be useful too.||1, 1, 1, 5, 6, 7|
|Peach Dice Block||Peach||Odds are good that you'll roll a 4, but there's always that chance of getting a 0.||0, 2, 4, 4, 4, 6|
|Bowser Dice Block||Bowser||You could rocket forward with a 10 or just as easily lose coins. Only the bravest are gutsy enough to use this die!||-3 coins, -3 coins, 1, 8, 9, 10|
|Yoshi Dice Block||Yoshi||A balanced die that can go as high as 7. Even an average roll of 3 is pretty good.||0, 1, 3, 3, 5, 7|
|Rosalina Dice Block||Rosalina||An out-of-this-world die that makes it easy to get coins! Not only that, one side advances you a whopping 8 spaces.||+2 coins, +2 coins, 2, 3, 4, 8|
|Waluigi Dice Block||Waluigi||Odds are good that this die will get you at least 5 spaces! Just watch out for that coin drain.||-3 coins, 1, 3, 5, 5, 7|
|Goomba Dice Block||Goomba||A solid die that combines balanced numbers with a strong possibility of gaining coins.||+2 coins, +2 coins, 3, 4, 5, 6|
|Monty Mole Dice Block||Monty Mole||Without a 1 on any face, this is an effective die if you end up right next to an undesirable space.||+1 coin, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6|
|Hammer Bro Dice Block||Hammer Bro||You'll most likely get a 5, but even if you don't, you might get 3 coins instead!||
+3 coins, 1, 1, 5, 5, 5
|Dicey Dice Block*||Bob-omb||This dice block is rolled by Bob-omb and added to your roll. It only rolls 0 or -1, so it might slow you down.||
*denotes an unplayable dice.
|Golden Drink||"Gain 1 Coin, each time you move. Can't use this while Peepa is in the way."|
|Coinado||"Steal 5 to 10 coins from rivals."|
|Ally Phone||"Call on an ally."|
|Custom Dice Block||"Roll whatever you want from 1 to 6. Stop allies from rolling dice."|
|Peepa Bell||"Call a Peepa to take 1 coin from a rival each time they move."|
|Fly Guy Ticket||"Call a Fly Guy to steal an item from a rival."|
|Warp Box||"Warp close to a teammate."|
- This is the first Mario Party game to have Bowser as a playable character (aside from Bowser Party from Mario Party 10).
- This has the fewest boards of any Mario Party released for a home console, with only four.
- Super Mario Party and Mario Party 3 are the two games with no Bowser-themed boards.
- This is the first Mario Party game since Mario Party DS to have the game played in the traditional Mario Party style, as Mario Party 9 and 10 both played out in a different way to the rest of the series.
- Additonally, this is the first Mario Party game by Nd Cube to play the same as the games by Hudson Soft, as the other games by them had played differently to the rest of the series, such as making the players drive in cars around the board and collecting mini stars rather than regular stars.
- This is the first (and so far only) Mario Party game on the Switch.
|Mario Party (1998, N64) | Mario Party 2 (1999, N64) | Mario Party 3 (2000, N64) | Mario Party 4 (2002, GameCube) | Mario Party 5 (2003, GameCube) | Mario Party 6 (2004, GameCube) | Mario Party 7 (2005, GameCube) | Mario Party 8 (2007, Wii) | Mario Party 9 (2012, Wii) | Mario Party 10 (2015, Wii U) | Super Mario Party (2018, Switch)|
|Mario Party-e (2003, GBA) | Mario Party Advance (2005, GBA) | Mario Party DS (2007, DS) | Mario Party: Island Tour (2013, 3DS) | Mario Party: Star Rush (2016, 3DS) | Mario Party: The Top 100 (2017, 3DS)|
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