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'''Super Mario Party''' is the eleventh mainline entry in the [[Mario Party (series)|Mario Party]] series, returning to a more classic ruleset with the goal to collect stars against the other competitors. There are also special minigames utilizing more than one Switch.
 
'''Super Mario Party''' is the eleventh mainline entry in the [[Mario Party (series)|Mario Party]] series, returning to a more classic ruleset with the goal to collect stars against the other competitors. There are also special minigames utilizing more than one Switch.
   
 
== Gameplay ==
 
== Gameplay ==
Like previous Mario Party games, the game has a multitude of modes. The main board game mode is played with 4 players and all the minigames just utilize the functions of the Joy-Cons. There is some deeper strategy with each character getting unique kinds of dice. Like [[Mario Party: Star Rush|Star Rush]], characters can be encountered and used as additional dice.
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Like previous Mario Party games, the game has a multitude of modes. They are all accessed by going through the hub menu with the chosen player characters. The hub is also populated by other Mario characters including the ones that weren't chosen.
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The main board game mode, Mario Party, is played with 4 players and all the minigames just utilize the functions of the Joy-Cons. There is some deeper strategy with each character getting unique kinds of dice. Like [[Mario Party: Star Rush|Star Rush]], characters can be encountered and used as additional dice.
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The Partner Party mode uses similar boards but, is played in teams of two. It plays similar to the Toad Scramble mode from Star Rush though with board elements like Whomps blocking paths and such. The players move independently though combine their rolls. Each player can only get 3 allies.
   
 
The Minigame mode has a few new options. [[Mariothon]] is a new minigame mode somewhat similar to the Decathlon from earlier Mario Party games. The players compete in 5 minigames in a row to get the best score in each of them. The winner is the one with the best overall score. This is the first Mario Party mode with online play.
 
The Minigame mode has a few new options. [[Mariothon]] is a new minigame mode somewhat similar to the Decathlon from earlier Mario Party games. The players compete in 5 minigames in a row to get the best score in each of them. The winner is the one with the best overall score. This is the first Mario Party mode with online play.
   
The next new minigame mode is [[River Survival]] where players work cooperatively to row their raft to the end of the river before the timer runs out. The players periodically have to play cooperative minigames via which adds time to the timer.
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The next new minigame mode is [[River Survival]] where players work cooperatively to row their raft to the end of the river before the timer runs out. The players periodically have to play cooperative minigames via balloons which adds time to the timer.
   
The other main mode is Toad's Rec Room which utilizes the Switch's Tabletop mode. This mode can use more than one Switch console.
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The another minigame mode is the Sound Stage mode where players partake in simple rhythm games in various themes.
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The other main mode is Toad's Rec Room which utilizes the Switch's Tabletop mode. This mode can use more than one Switch console. This is similar to minigames from [[Wii Party U]]
   
 
=== Characters ===
 
=== Characters ===
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* [[Monty Mole]]
 
* [[Monty Mole]]
   
== Minigames ==
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=== Boards ===
The game has 80 different minigames
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The game only features only 4 board themes but, there are significant layout changes between the main modes of Mario Party and Partner Party. They are as follow
* Net Worth
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* [[Whomp's Domino Ruins]] / Domino Ruins Treasure Hunt
* Sort of Fun
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* [[King Bob-omb's Powderkeg Mine]] / Gold Rush Mine
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* [[Megafruit Paradise]] / Watermelon Walkabout
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* [[Kamek's Tantalizing Tower]] / Tantalizing Tower Toys
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=== Minigames ===
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The game has 80 different minigames. They are split into the free-for-all (including allies), 2 vs. 2, 1 vs. 3, Sound Stage and co-op.
   
{{Mario Party}}
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== Reception ==
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The game has been received good reception especially for a Mario Party game. The title has been praised for the return in classic gameplay, the quality {{Mario Party}}
 
[[Category:2018 video games]]
 
[[Category:2018 video games]]
 
[[Category:Nintendo Switch games]]
 
[[Category:Nintendo Switch games]]

Revision as of 06:12, October 7, 2018

Super Mario Party is the eleventh mainline entry in the Mario Party series, returning to a more classic ruleset with the goal to collect stars against the other competitors. There are also special minigames utilizing more than one Switch.

Gameplay

Like previous Mario Party games, the game has a multitude of modes. They are all accessed by going through the hub menu with the chosen player characters. The hub is also populated by other Mario characters including the ones that weren't chosen.

The main board game mode, Mario Party, is played with 4 players and all the minigames just utilize the functions of the Joy-Cons. There is some deeper strategy with each character getting unique kinds of dice. Like Star Rush, characters can be encountered and used as additional dice.

The Partner Party mode uses similar boards but, is played in teams of two. It plays similar to the Toad Scramble mode from Star Rush though with board elements like Whomps blocking paths and such. The players move independently though combine their rolls. Each player can only get 3 allies.

The Minigame mode has a few new options. Mariothon is a new minigame mode somewhat similar to the Decathlon from earlier Mario Party games. The players compete in 5 minigames in a row to get the best score in each of them. The winner is the one with the best overall score. This is the first Mario Party mode with online play.

The next new minigame mode is River Survival where players work cooperatively to row their raft to the end of the river before the timer runs out. The players periodically have to play cooperative minigames via balloons which adds time to the timer.

The another minigame mode is the Sound Stage mode where players partake in simple rhythm games in various themes.

The other main mode is Toad's Rec Room which utilizes the Switch's Tabletop mode. This mode can use more than one Switch console. This is similar to minigames from Wii Party U

Characters

Boards

The game only features only 4 board themes but, there are significant layout changes between the main modes of Mario Party and Partner Party. They are as follow

Minigames

The game has 80 different minigames. They are split into the free-for-all (including allies), 2 vs. 2, 1 vs. 3, Sound Stage and co-op.

Reception

The game has been received good reception especially for a Mario Party game. The title has been praised for the return in classic gameplay, the quality
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