Mario Party [Model NUS-CLBJ]
Emulated in MAME !
[CONSOLE] Nintendo 64 Game
Mario Party © 1998 Nintendo.
It's not just a board game...
...it's an Adventure!
Tensions mount for Mario and pals as each declares himself to be the one true Super Star of Marioland. Face your friends and family in a contest of strength, wits and agility as you explore 6 thrilling Adventure Boards. Reveal new levels of gaming excitement as you customize your boards with speed blocks, warp blocks and other specialty items. Jam-packed with all the electricity of an entire arcade, the action comes alive for up to 4 players. So grab your friends and get ready for a wild ride because this party never ends!
Shoot for the stars in 2-on-2, 3-on-1 or 4-player free-for-all action as you bash, bump and bully your way through 56 dizzying Mini-Games with 9 World Maps that provide a challenging single player quest on Mini-Game Island.
Mario Party was released in Japan on December 14, 1998, February 8, 1999 in North America and in Europe on March 9, 1999.
In May 1998, Nintendo and Hudson began a partnership to design and develop games together for the Nintendo 64. Mario Party was the first game.
Play at least once on each of the 6 boards to unlock the Magma Mountain board. Buy it for 980 coins.
Collect 100 stars to reveal the Eternal Star board.
Clear the Eternal Star board and you will add the No Teresa and No Nokonoko items to the Mushroom Shop.
To unlock the Bumper Ball Maze 1-Player mini game, clear Mini-Game island with any character, then buy it under 1-Player mini games at the Mini-Game shop. For the Bumper Ball Maze 2, clear Mini-Game Island by beating all 50 mini-games, including Kinopio at the goal space. To get the Bumper Ball Maze 3 mini game, play the previous two mini games at the Mini-Game Shop, and then it will be available for purchase.
Developed by Hudson Soft and published by Nintendo.