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Mario Party
Mario Party (North American cover)
The North American boxart.
Developer(s) Hudson Soft
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Series Mario Party
Release date JP December 18, 1998
NA February 8, 1999
EU March 9, 1999
Genre(s) Party
Mode(s) Single Player, Multiplayer
Ratings ESRB: E (Everyone)
Platform(s) Nintendo 64
Previous game N/A
Next game Mario Party 2

Mario Party is a video-game based on board games, and the first in the hit series. In this game, choose one of the six characters to play as, choose a board to play on, and then play and move around it. As you progress, collect coins and various items to help during your quest of finding Stars. It takes 20 coins to buy a star. The game's successor was Mario Party 2.

Plot

The game's plot is very simple and barebones. One day, Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Donkey Kong and Wario begin debating about who in their group is the super star based on their personal abilities. Toad, who is literally at the center of their discussion, suggests the six of them determine who is the super star through a series of games placed on maps resembling board games. Whoever acquires the most stars in these games will be crowned the super star. With that incentive, they enter a warp pipe and the game begins.

Basic Info

As the first of the Mario Party series, this game set the stage for one of the most popular games to ever be released by Nintendo, with emphasis on the minigame stages and the simple board game style of play. The gameplay setup has remained mostly the same throughout the series. The game has 6 starter boards, 2 the players unlock, and one found at the mini-game house.

Characters

Playable Characters

Non-Playable Characters

Boards

Mini-games

Main Article: List of mini-games in Mario Party

Trivia

  • In this game, the Ground Pound move has be renamed to "Hip Drop". This is because there is a mini-game that is also called Ground Pound.
  • In 2000, Nintendo was sued by many parents complaining on some of the minigames in Mario Party. In said minigames, players must rotate the analog stick to win. Many kids burned their palms and some had to be hospitalized. So Nintendo gave out gloves to every N64 owner who had Mario Party and had to pay $80,000,000 for the damage. This was the reason why Mario Party was never released on the Virtual Console.
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