Super Mario Party
Super Mario Party
Look who’s coming to the party!
4.5 Review



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Nintendo Co., Ltd.

2.8 GB

Oct 05, 2018

Spanish, French, English

  • Switch

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Super Mario Party is a party video game developed by NDcube and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo Switch. The eleventh main entry in the Mario Party series, this game was described as a "complete refresh" of the franchise, bringing back and revitalizing gameplay elements from older titles while also introducing new ones to go along with them.


Turn the tables on opponents as you race across the board to collect the most stars in the original four-player Mario Party series board game mode—now with newly-added online play. Join the full-on frenzy with friends and family!

How to play

Whether you’re pedaling tricycles, flipping meat, or who knows what else, you’ll use Joy-Con™ controllers in clever ways across wild minigames. Some are all-out free-for-alls, others are 2 vs 2, or even 1 vs 3! Set up a private room and play your favorites and enjoy some friendly competition with friends online.



Discover 80 minigames packed with wildly different challenges and clever uses of Joy-Con™ controllers. Not sure what to play first? Here are a few minigames to get the party started!


➤  Trike Harder

Race on a teeny-tiny trike and pedal like mad in a short race to the finish line!

➤  Sizzling Stakes

Cook every surface of the cube! When a surface is fully cooked, the Joy-Con controller will rumble.

➤  Slaparazzi

The more central your character is in the photo, the more points you get. Try to be the center of attention!

➤  Bumper Brawl

Bump your rivals out of the area!

➤  Fuzzy Flight School

Avoid the Fuzzies! If you hit three, you’re out!

➤  Smash and Crab

Dodge the hammers to survive!



Whether playing solo or with friends, there’s a mode for every party.


➤  Mario Party

Take turns rolling dice and racing across the game board in the 4-player Mario Party Mode, in either local or online multiplayer!

➤  Partner Party

Brush up your communications skills for these 2-vs.-2 version of the classic Mario Party board game mode, now with added online multiplayer support!

➤ Toad's Rec Room

This local multiplayer mode lets you pair up two Nintendo Switch systems for a tabletop gaming experience.

➤ Online Play

Compete in a marathon of minigames with players from all over the world with an Online Marathon.

➤ River Survival

Every second counts as you and your team work together to paddle a raft and win local co-op minigames.

➤ Sound Stage

Up to four players can shake their Joy-Con controller and get groovin' in rhythm-based minigames or local multiplayer.

➤ Challenge Road

You can take a journey down a path of 80 challenges, one after another, in the single-player Challenge Road mode.

Editors' Review

Super Mario Party ©Copyright by Gamdise Do not Reproduce. By JoJo


As with most entries in the Mario Party series, if you're looking for a solid, reliable party game, this will definitely do the trick. Super Mario Party is the best party of the two console generations. It eliminates some, but not all, of the slowness, and you can play tons of great minigames with a cool but imperfect Switch controller that's competitive, strategic, and most importantly, fun.


Super Mario Party has the largest roster of playable characters in the Mario Party series to date. The roster includes Mario, Louie, Yoshi, Peach, Daisy, Rosalina, Wario, Waluigi, Donkey Kong, Kuba Troopa, Hammer Brothers, Dry Bones, Shy Guy, Boo, Kuba, and Kuba Jr. All will be returning characters, and Bowser is fully playable for the first time. New playable characters in the series include Papa Kong, who has only previously appeared as a playable character in the handheld Mario Party games; Pom Pom, Goomba, and Monty Mole, none of whom were previously playable characters in Mario Party, although this is the former's debut in the series, while the latter two have appeared as NPCs throughout the series.


For the first time in over a decade, Super Mario Party returns to traditional turn-based Mario Party-style gameplay, a format that hasn't appeared in a home console entry since Mario Party 9. Super Mario Party is a series of popular virtual board games broken down by competitive mini-games - some of which are worth your time. Each player plays with a Joy-Con controller, no Pro controllers or joysticks are allowed, and other players need additional controllers for multiplayer. This allows developers to get creative without worrying about fairness between controllers.


The standard game mode "Mario Party" allows up to four players to take turns navigating the board independently. When it's a player's turn, dice are rolled to determine how much space the player can move around the board, and the items collected can be used to change how much space the player can move. A major difference from previous home console entries is the introduction of character-specific dice blocks: each character has a unique alternative dice block that has a different number selection than the standard dice block, with a slightly higher chance of rolling a 3 (Mario), rolling only an even number (Peach), and having a high chance of rolling dice but also the possibility of losing a coin (Bowser).


Another major difference is the incorporation of the ally system from the Nintendo 3DS game Mario Party: StarCraft, in which each player can recruit up to three allies from the roster. These allies can add additional rolls to the player's dice block, lend character-specific dice blocks to the player during gameplay, and can appear as an aid in some mini-games. Between rounds, players will play against each other in 80 different mini-games, which is where the fun begins, as moving around the game board can be tedious.


When it comes to minigames, there are a lot of them. Super Mario Party contains 80 different minigames, all of which are designed around the Joy-Con. This does mean that you can only play Super Mario Party with the Joy-Con, but we'll discuss that in more detail later. Each mini-game is designed to utilize motion controls, and you'll find yourself swinging it around wildly, mashing buttons, and desperately trying to show enthusiasm on stage.


After players see what the four standard boards have to offer, they can check out Super Mario Party's other game modes, which tend to be more fun. Partner Party allows players to split into two teams on a free-moving board, which is a nice change of pace from the typical Mario Party experience. Challenge Road requires players to complete mini-games under specific conditions and adds some much-needed challenge to the proceedings. Sound Stage, meanwhile, is a rhythm game mode that is one of the highlights of Super Mario Party, although it is slightly underwhelming compared to all the other content and can be fully completed in less than 30 minutes.


Finally, the game boards are great. They're unique and fun, like Whomp's Domino Ruins or King Bob-omb's Powderkeg Mine, which includes a nod to old school Mario Party games. The games themselves are very easy to navigate, even though you're limited to Joy-Cons. It's great for people who lack experience with video games, and it's great for kids, especially since Joy-Cons are so small. The games aren't hard to play, and some of them can be very fun. If you are looking for a fun, family-friendly game, then this is a great game to play.


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