Mario Party 3 [Model NUS-NMVJ]

The Nintendo 64 Game by Nintendo Co., Ltd.



Emulated in MAME ! [Console] Nintendo 64 Game

Mario Party 3 © 2000 Nintendo.

Party all night long!

Mario and friends are throwing a party, and you're invited. It's their biggest bash yet, with seventy totally new Mini-Games and five brand new adventure boards. You'll be the life of the party as you punch, pound and stampede right over your opponents in a multiplayer melee or go head-to-head in the new two-player duel mode. You can even unlock new characters in the one player challenge. With so much fun and excitement, this is a bash you'll just have to crash!

With 70 ALL-NEW Mini-Games - Pelt your friends with snowballs atop Snowball Summit, keep them guessing in Hide & Sneak or bury them in a pile of garbage blocks at Mario's Puzzle Party, get ready for even more tricky tactics, silly surprises and frantic four-player fun! It's a battle of wits in the new two-player duel mode, use hired help like Kuribo, Nokonoko, Whomp and Wanwan as you try to outmaneuver and attack your opponent on five different boards, the last one standing wins the match.

Fashionably late, but unruly as ever, Waluigi finally joins Yoshi, DK, Wario and the rest to raise the roof and rock the house! Also starring Mario, Luigi, Peach, and Daisy.


Cartridge ID: NUS-NMVJ


Released in Japan on December 7, 2000. It was also released on May 7, 2001 in North America, September 3, 2001 in Australia and finally November 16, 2001 as the final PAL-region game of the system.

First Mario Party game to have multiple save slots. Also the first to feature Daisy and Waluigi as playable characters.

The first Mario Party game to feature the main voice of Luigi, Peach and Wario.

The last Mario game where Daisy appears in a yellow and white dress and with long brown hair, tan skin, and red crown. Also the last game in which Peach uses her classic main dress and where Yoshi uses his old voice.

This was the final Mario game for the Nintendo 64.

This game won the Console Family Award from the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences in 2002.


To unlock Stardust Battle, clear the Story Mode. To reveal Dizzy Dinghies, play every non-secret mini-game. To access Mario's Puzzle Party Pro, get 1000 coins in Game Guy's Room.

Beat Waluigi's Island and Backtrack in the Story Mode to unlock them for Battle Royal and Duel Mode, respectively.

To become the Miracle Star and unlock Game Guy's Room, get about 8 S ranks on the board and duel maps in Story Mode.

To unlock Super Hard difficulty, clear the Story Mode on Hard difficulty.


Developed by Hudson Soft and published by Nintendo.

Game's ROM.

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