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I love the franchise but I am strongly in the opinion that the Hudsonsoft organization of Mario Parties was getting really stale at 7 lazy at 8 and unimpressive at DS. And the franchise died for 5 years because of it. Now Nd Cube made Wii Party and I loved the shit out of it. And they revived the Mario Party Franchise with Mario Party 9 which was my favorite Mario Party game... until now. They never made anything better than 9. I still loved Wii Party U. But it's not better than Mario Party 9, just more varied. I still loved Island Tour but it didn't feel like a competent experience. Mario Party 10 is worse than Mario Party 9 in every way. The balance is off, the steal spaces are too rare and punishing as well as too invariable, Holy fuck is Master AI not EVER fun on Bowser Party and Amiibo Party was trash. It was worse in every single way save for maybe they way they handled captain events. And then came Animal Crossing Amiibo Festival. FUCK YOU! HOLY FUCK YOU! I hate how boring and broken that game is with the stupid bells and turnip economy. That game is just a straight up shit show. I lost all confidence in that company after that. Fuck do I never wanna play Animal Crossing Ever because the aesthetic looks really similar to that boring ass show of a game. I hope the Animal Crossing Fans got what they want but I'm a fan of this company not that franchise. So then I was just cautiously optimistic. Mario Party Star Rush was an interesting concept with AI that couldn't support it. I liked it but it was the worst Mario Party Nd Cube has made so far (Which still ranks in the top 1/2 of my Mario Party list) They then released Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Needless to say that fanbase can go fuck off after Amiibo Festival. Top 100. Could you have pissed me off more? You took the distraction and made a game out of it. And you didn't even put new content in? Also you dropped my favorite minigame in the franchise (Bowser's BIGGER Blast from Mario Party 4 a game that looks like a remaster of Bowser's Big Blast from Mario Party 2. I guess you only get 1? ) I thought you couldn't piss me off more than Amiibo Festival oh how wrong I was with Top 100? How could this get worse? Super Mario Party... Oh it got worse. They showed us Mario Party again. Those characters in Star Rush which were random and mostly balanced were one thing, but AAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH! First off fuck that trailer nobody should play Mario Party with me I promise you will have a bad time from me crushing you. Never play Mario Party with friends it is the absolute worst way to play. If you want to have fun in any of these games up that difficulty to MAX. Fuck the fact that the character dice blocks are SELECTABLE TO CHARACTER! You've made a tier list from the get go like a fighting game. It wasn't worth it in Star Rush, you've made it unavoidable here. Next how do I play those 2 screen minigames. How do I play those by myself with the Master AI I exclusively play with? Do I need to spend another 300 fucking dollars to play those? How does any individual justify that purchase if they don't play this game with others... Oh wait you want to encourage the absolute worst way of playing, great. Also, there is a REASON Hudsonsoft DIED! Are you really trying to tell me that you'll find a way to beat them out because I really see no difference between this game and Mario Party 8 save for the lucky spaces and... *GASP* Bowser is a playable character so that means there is no Bowser Time! That sucks! Also man that E3 trailer spends a lot of time on the distraction element called minigames and some of them look really detailed. I hope they don't waste time on too many characters and minigames to make good board design. How could you piss me off more? Oh hey look at this treehouse for the game! It's 20 minutes. And the first one has me BITCHING about it. "In a lot of ways we are returning to the original gameplay elements that a lot of fans really love --" UGH! Also I'm going to call bullshit because nothing of what I love seems to appear and I'll get to that. Well OK the first minute is just introductions but it's not like "-- at the same time we are taking things partly looking at the capabilities of the Nintendo Switch system. --" How on earth is that going to translate into the board? Oh wait you are talking about the minigames aren't you? Greeeeeeeeeeaat. "After that having a lot of coins is gonna be really important as well. " So it's just gonna be high meritocracy is it? Greeeeeeeeeat. that's what I check this series out for isn't it? "Each character is going to have a specific dice block and that's gonna have a nice strategic element on who you play. " Yes it does but not like a fighting game. All dice blocks average out to be 20/6 on average or 21/6 which isn't much. But why, if you could have Daisy's 3/3/3/2/2/2 dice block would you go to Mario? Also why wouldn't you just pick DK who has a 10/10/0/0/0/0(+5 coins) if coins are going to be super important? You roll the same average and can get those important coins you need. Of course this all discounts those who lose money sometimes with the diceblocks like Bowser and Boo who you can only rely on if you can consistently winning minigames making them easy to troll with characters So note the spaces. Mario Landed on a Blue space which game him 3 coins and not an item. So the most strategic element in Mario Party 9, something given in abundance is now replaced with "here's 3 coins". Logically as expected you lose 3 on the much rarer red spaces. Also getting green means nothing happens which fine. Minigames are still determined by color as opposed to where you land and are back to being every single turn... I wanted that back I soooooooo missed that! Not! The minigames were always consistent in the numbered games 9 and 10 included, but this predetermined system takes the guessing out of it. Also we don't need it's occurence to be predictable. So the first minigame presented is 30 seconds. I'm cool with that that is the perfect maximum countdown timer Also there is a little thing about high fiving people I hope that's not mandatory because stuff like that really hurt Amiibo Party in Mario Party 10! "Super Mario Party has 80 different minigames" As long as the number is above 30 I'm happy regardless of what the number is. So Peach got 2 coins despite losing that minigame. I approve of that but I'd like that boosted to maybe 5 coins for balance. "One of the things I really love about this game is it's fantastic to play if you're hanging out with friends and family who really aren't gamers. Maybe they're not familiar with games. It's just really fun to jump in and play but there's a lot of strategic depth" OK STOP! If I am playing with anyone else on any Mario Party with "A lot of strategic depth", then I intend to crush you because I've been at every last one of these games. This is the franchise I get serious about gaming on. This is the series I get toxic gamer with. I am not a nice person when playing this series. Give me an inch I'll make the beginnings of your noose (in terms of game mechanics). How do you expect people who aren't familiar with games to have fun when you have that level of strategic depth. I'll know the mechanics inside and out. You'll be stuck wondering what to do next. I'll know when allies are a good thing and when they aren't you won't know the spaces. I'll know the tricks to every minigame. You'll be thinking of the last one. I'll use your inexperience against you. You'll be on the receiving end of me trying to get you to cry. THAT'S HOW I PLAY THIS FRANCHISE. WHY WOULD YOU MAKE THAT EASY? "If you wanna get like hardcore into Mario Party you can find a lot of interesting things to do here" I am, but how well does the AI account for it. All I've seen are human players. FUCK THAT. So Allies give extra spaces that rely on dice rolls so fuck you shy guy users. So the many exclamation points are the happening spaces. OK, I wish they were chance time like the exclamation points had been but I guess that would be too many... fine VS Space and Ally space are pretty obvious and having a spare Bowser or DK for when you are doing really well or really horribly in coins could be very useful. Mushroom Spaces are item spaces. Not many of them but fine I suppose. The happening spaces come with descriptions which is awesome. This also happens to the non spaces which is also awesome. Also man that Whomp costs nothing to move invalidating all happening spaces. Also the event space says "might get Whomp to move" why the uncertainty. Ties give everyone 5 coins. I wish losses were the same but I'm happy with that number considering star cost. The other happening seemed a lot more impactful, I wonder what the description will say. 0s make stuff happen hallelujah Lakitu is effectively Boo. 30 Coins for a Star is too high I wish that number were 25. "Mario Party can be just as competitive as Smash. " I agree, so don't let the AI down because it was the whole reason I didn't buy Smash for the Wii U. Now there was more and a part 2 but my feelings don't change much except for this one thing that happened. I got to see what partner good lucky spaces are. Make the rival team lose 5 coins (which is nothing), Get a dash mushroom (Which is nothing). Get 3 coins (Which is less than a potential 5 coins you can get by passing it. Make coins rain around you (Which your opponents can easily take advantage of) Or try for several dash mushrooms (which is the only really useful thing) That can be translated as it is into the good and bad luck spaces on the regular board. This Mario Party has nothing in the way of overturning your luck. It is highly meritocratic with a tier based character selection, no way of massively swinging things in your favor, and it has no new ideas. Nd Cube, this is the very last straw. I'll buy this game, but I swear if the Master AI is anything less than perfect on the boards I'e lost faith in you as a company and will consider skipping your next non Animal Crossing game. Nd Cube, I loved you. I now hope that someone takes this series away from you. I don't want you to have it anymore. That's off my chest. I'm probably going to repost this sometime to the r/MARIOPARTY proper, but I wanted it here first.
I would prefer a spice colored Gamecube controller but other colors are fine. I collect for GC mainly. N64 Super Smash Bros. cart Gamecube Kirby Air Ride CIB NDS All CIB except for Retro Game Challenge Castlevania Dawn of Sorrow Mario Party DS Cooking Mama Hotel Dusk Room 215 Kirby Mass Attack Retro Game Challenge game and case only This thread is archived New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast level 1 I have both the controller and Mario party 6, do you have anything else besides what's listed? level 2 Im at work but I can look when I get home. Is there anything on my list that interests you? What are you looking for? level 1 I have two officially licensed controllers, would you do the both of em for smash? level 2 What color are they and are they in good condition? I might do this. level 2 I would like Pokeman FireRed. Hows the label? level 2 Pokemon firered or leafgreen. I have never shipped to Canada but I'm willing to give it a shot. level 2 Mario Party 6 is the only thing I saw. level 2 What did you want in return? level 2 Didn't really see anything sorry. level 1 Hey. If the other deal falls through I have 2 black official controllers in good condition for your SSB. Thanks. level 1 I am interested in Kirby Air Ride. I have wired OEM GC controllers, wireless OEM wavebirds, paypals. We are a tight-knit community created to allow members to swap their new and used console video games with fellow redditors. Reddit Inc © 2020. All rights reserved.
Mario Party DS European box art Developer(s) Hudson Soft Publisher(s) Nintendo Director(s) Koji Matsuura Producer(s) Hiroshi Sato Atsushi Ikeda Designer(s) Yuka Sasaki Programmer(s) Hideki Nishimoto Artist(s) Akihiro Shibata Composer(s) Hironobu Yahata Shinya Outouge Series Mario Party Platform(s) Nintendo DS Release JP: November 8, 2007  NA: November 19, 2007  EU: November 23, 2007  AU: December 6, 2007 Genre(s) Party game Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer Mario Party DS ( Japanese: マリオパーティDS, Hepburn: Mario Paati Dī Esu) is a 2007 party video game for the Nintendo DS. It is a title in the Mario Party series, and was released in Japan on November 8, 2007, in North America on November 19, 2007, in Europe on November 23, 2007, and in Australia on December 6, 2007. It is the last Mario Party game developed by Hudson Soft, who was taken over by Nd Cube for development in 2012. It was also released on the Virtual Console for the Wii U in April 2016. Mario Party DS was followed by Mario Party 9 for the Wii. Gameplay [ edit] "Fast Food Frenzy", a 1 vs. 3 mini-game in Mario Party DS As with most Mario Party games, an emphasis is placed on the game's multiplayer aspect. A new element to the series is the use of the Download Play functionality of the Nintendo DS to allow four people to play wirelessly using only one game card. Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach, Yoshi, Princess Daisy, Toad, Wario, and Waluigi are the playable characters.  The party mode game is played by using a ten-sided "dice block" and moving the player accordingly. There are many things such as "mole shops", "happening", "blue", "red" and "Bowser Time" spaces that can help or hinder game progress. There are several themed game environments. Mole Shops offer special dice, like the option to role up to 3 at once. [ citation needed] Mario Party DS features a total of 74 minigames, most of which utilize the unique features of the DS. While several mini-games use the buttons and control pad, others use the stylus and 4 mini-games use the microphone. For example, "Soccer Survival" involves trying to dodge soccer balls being kicked by a Goomba. "Camera Shy" involves characters taking photos of other characters and "Short Fuse" involves blowing on a fuse of a bomb in hopes to be the last player to survive. Others include "Globe Gunners", a game in which the players run around on a globe, shooting projectiles at each other, and boss minigames, in which the player battles villains from the Mario series, such as Bowser and Dry Bones. Minigame types include 4-player free-for-alls, teams of 2, 1 against 3, "battle" (in which players compete for a communal jackpot), and "boss" (in which the player fights 1 of 5 bosses). [ citation needed] In "Puzzle Mode", the player plays puzzle games from previous installments of the Mario Party series: "Mario's Puzzle Party" from Mario Party 3, "Bob-omb Breakers" from Mario Party 4, "Piece Out" from Mario Party 5, "Block Star" from Mario Party 6, and "Stick and Spin" from Mario Party 7. There is also "Triangle Twisters", a new game in which the player twist triangles to create a given shape. This game is unlocked after completing story mode. [ citation needed] Plot [ edit] The story begins with 5 Sky Crystals falling onto Earth. Mario finds one of them and then shows it to all of his friends. However, Kamek flies past dropping party invitations from Bowser, inviting everyone to a feast in his castle to apologize for his nasty deeds. They are suspicious at first, but they go to Bowser's castle, only to find that it is a trap and Bowser steals Mario's Sky Crystal. Using his new Minimizer, he shrinks everyone down to minuscule size. Bowser wants to find the four other Sky Crystals without Mario and his crew in the way and orders Kamek to fling them far away. Mario and his friends find themselves tiny in a very big world. The crew travels to Bowser's Castle, far away while defeating a Piranha Plant in Wiggler's garden, stopping a Hammer Bro. from ruining Toadette 's instruments in her music shop, helping Diddy Kong free DK after being turned to stone by a Dry Bones on the way to the feast at Bowser's castle, and freeing a Koopa 's grandpa who has been trapped in a book by Kamek. Each of them gives a Sky Crystal to thank Mario and his crew. Once the friends make it to the castle, Bowser traps everyone inside his pinball machine and prepares once again to use his Minimizer. Luckily, DK and Diddy received the invitation too, and have made it to the castle in time. While looking for the food, DK bumps into Bowser and breaks the Minimizer in half, returning Mario and friends to their rightful size. However, Bowser reveals his new Megamorph Belt and challenges the superstar. After defeating Bowser, the crew takes back the stolen Sky Crystal and puts it with the others. The crystals combine into a new game (Triangle Twisters) and Bowser is meaner now because the crystals were part of a castle legend, but in a surprising move, Mario and crew invite Bowser and Bowser Jr. to play with them. They accept, and now everyone is happy, including DK and Diddy, who have eaten the entire buffet. Reception [ edit] Reception Aggregate score Aggregator Score Metacritic 72/100  Review scores Publication Score EGM 6. 5/10  Eurogamer 4/10  Famitsu 33/40  Game Informer 7/10  Game Revolution B  GamePro 3. 75/5  GameSpot 8/10  GameSpy  IGN (AU) 7. 3/10  (US) 7/10  Nintendo Power 8/10  Nintendo World Report 7. 5/10  Common Sense Media  Mario Party DS received "mixed or average" reviews according to the review aggregation website Metacritic.  In Japan, Famitsu gave it a score of two nines, one eight, and one seven for a total of 33 out of 40.  The game had strong sales the first week of its release in Japan, selling 234, 708 copies.  As of July 9, 2008, the game has sold 1, 730, 191 copies in Japan, according to Famitsu.   It was the 18th best-selling game of Japan in 2008.  By March 2011, the game had sold over eight million copies worldwide.  References [ edit] ^ "Mario Party DS for Nintendo DS". Nintendo. Retrieved May 22, 2008. ^ "Mario Party DS scans". GoNintendo. September 12, 2007. Archived from the original on October 17, 2007. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^  [ dead link] ^ "Nintendo - E3 2007 - Mario Party DS". Nintendo Europe. Archived from the original on July 15, 2007. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ a b "Mario Party DS Critic Reviews". Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved September 2, 2013. ^ EGM staff (January 2008). "Mario Party DS". Electronic Gaming Monthly: 95. ^ Gibson, Ellie (December 5, 2007). Eurogamer. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ a b "The first review for Mario Party Ds". IGN. October 31, 2007. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ Vore, Bryan (February 2008). Game Informer (178). Archived from the original on January 18, 2008. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ Ng, Amanda (January 9, 2008). "Review: Mario Party DS". GamePro. Archived from the original on January 11, 2008. Retrieved May 24, 2016. ^ Tan, Nick (December 21, 2007). "Mario Party DS Review". Game Revolution. Retrieved May 24, 2016. ^ Provo, Frank (November 21, 2007). GameSpot. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ Stratton, Bryan (November 28, 2007). "GameSpy: Mario Party DS". GameSpy. Archived from the original on November 30, 2007. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ Kolan, Patrick (November 22, 2007). "Mario Party DS AU Review". Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ Harris, Craig (November 21, 2007). Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ "Mario Party DS". Nintendo Power. 223: 79. December 25, 2007. ^ "Mario Party DS review". Nintendo World Report. Retrieved December 9, 2007. ^ Sapieha, Chad (2007). "Mario Party DS Game Review". Common Sense Media. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ Elliott, Phil (November 16, 2007). "Mario Party DS hits Japan top spot".. ^ "Nintendo DS Game Charts". Famitsu. 1020. ^ "Nintendo DS Japanese Ranking". Japan Game Charts. July 30, 2008. Archived from the original on August 8, 2008. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ Parfitt, Ben (January 9, 2009). "JAPANESE 2008 MARKET REPORT". MCV. Retrieved May 23, 2016. ^ "Financial Results Briefing for Fiscal Year Ended March 2011" (PDF). April 26, 2011. p. 6. Retrieved April 26, 2011. External links [ edit] Official website Mario Party DS at MobyGames.
Everyone is trading Amiibo cards so I am too. I am also looking to get some of the limited print Switch games that I slept on. Willing to do mixed trades except I'm reserving my limited print games for other limited print games. Also hoping to do fair value. p. s. fair warning, these lists are long, I have a lot of stuff for trade! p. when I say "CIB" I mean including all the booklets and such that were supposed to come in there. HAVE AC Amiibo cards #031 Sheldon #048 Sterling #072 Lionel #172 Agnes Sealed Amiibo Picture here Kirby (warp star) Blue Inkling Boy Peach (Mario Series) Mabel LRG trading cards #360 #361 #412 #460 Gold foil #466 Gold foil #467 Gold foil #468 Gold foil #469 #478 Gold foil #481 x2 #561 SRG trading card packs (all are sealed) Rive Snake Pass Switch games and accessories Celeste CE - NIB, hard trade Cosmic Star Heroine - NIB Danmaku Unlimited 3 - NIB with card Downwell - NIB Gekido Kintaro’s Revenge - CIB Korg Gadget - NIB Mutant Mudds Collection - CIB (crease on slipcover) with loose cards Oxenfree - NIB PixelJunk Monsters 2 - NIB Shantae and the Pirate's Curse - NIB Splasher - NIB The Adventure Pals - NIB with sealed cards The Darkside Detective - NIB with sealed cards, hard trade The Flame in the Flood - partially NIB with sealed cards and sticker (missing outer bag) PowerA Premium Game Card Case red Super Mario M - NIB and authentic Wii U NintendoLand - box, manual and booklets only Wii console, games and accessories Late model console with Wii Sports / Wii Sports Resort combo disc, nearly complete in a worn box, not GameCube-compatible (ask for more info) ABC Wipeout 2 - CIB Battalion Wars 2 - CIB Boom Blox Bash Party - CIB Elebits - CIB Fishing Master World Tour - Box and game only Ghost Squad - CIB Ghostbusters the Video Game - NIB Hello Kitty Seasons - CIB Link's Crossbow Training - disc and manual in cardboard sleeve Metroid Other M - CIB Nights Journey of Dreams - CIB Press Your Luck 2010 Edition - CIB Rayman Raving Rabbids - CIB Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party - CIB Star Wars the Force Unleashed - CIB Super Paper Mario - box and manual only Wii Fit Plus - CIB (no balance board) Zhu Zhu Pets Featuring the Wild Bunch - CIB Big Town Shootout 2 Blasters big box - NIB (game download no longer works) (these blasters are attachments for Wiimotes to make them into pistols, great accessory IMO) GameCube games and accessories Army Men Air Combat The Elite Missions - game and manual only Lego Star Wars - CIB Lego Star Wars II - CIB Ribbit King with bonus disc - CIB Superman Shadow of Apokolips - CIB, also have a Nintendo Power poster to go with it Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - manual only Orange Spice original controller - loose, hard trade Action Replay - manual only N64 booklets Most of these have wear 1080 Snowboarding - manual and operations card Army Men Air Combat - manual Banjo Kazooie - manual (wrinkled) Banjo Tooie - manual Battletanx Global Assault - manual (wrinkled) Bomberman 64 - manual Buck Bumble - manual Diddy Kong Racing - manual, operations card Donkey Kong 64 - manual Extreme-G - manual Goldeneye 007 - manual Kirby 64 - manual Mario Kart 64 - manual, operations card and player's guide offer booklet Mario Party 2 - manual Mario Tennis - manual Rugrats Scavenger Hunt - manual Star Wars Episode 1 Battle for Naboo - manual (has marker on top right) Super Mario 64 - manual Yoshi's Story - manual and operations card Zelda Ocarina of Time - manual NES games and accessories Pictures of most items here Original game pad Original orange zapper Blaster Master - game only Casino Kid - game only Dr Mario - game only RC Pro Am - game only Star Tropics - CIB, letter is still attached to manual! Star Tropics 2 Zoda's Revenge - CIB Super Mario Bros / Duck Hunt - game only The King of Kings (Wisdom Tree) - manual Tiger Heli - game only 3DS games and accessories Brain Age Concentration Training - box, manual (cover art has a small tear on back) Legend of Legacy big box launch edition - CIB, very hard trade Legend of Zelda Triforce Heroes - NIB Poochy and Yoshi's Woolly World EU region big box only (can hold both game and Poochy amiibo) Puzzler 3D World 2012 - CIB Puzzler Mind Gym 3D - CIB Tomodachi Life - manual OEM charger Operations manual and other inserts (no AR cards) for launch model 3DS in bag 2DS XL quick start guide Nyko Game Boost power attachment for launch model 3DS - NIB, some box damage DS games and more Chrono Trigger - box, manual, all inserts including the poster Dragon Quest Heroes Rocket Slime - box, manual, all inserts Fossil League Dino Tournament Championship - CIB Hamsterz Life - CIB Go Diego Go Great Dinosaur Rescue - CIB Junior Brain Trainer - CIB Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games - manual, all inserts Metroid Prime Pinball - box, manual, health and safety insert (cover art says Rumble Pak included but there is no Rumble Pak) Pokemon HeartGold / SoulSilver - Pokewalker manual and safety booklet only Rune Factory - box, manual, all inserts Scribblenauts Unlimited - manual only Spongebob Squarepants Atlantis Squarepantis - NIB Star Fox Command - box, manual, all inserts Warioware DIY - box, manual, all inserts Yoshi's Island DS - box, manual, health and safety insert EMS NDS Adapter - CIB (Not the newest version, works best with Windows XP) Operations manual and other inserts for black DSi in bag Instruction booklet for launch model DS I also have some health and safety precautions booklets and one WiFi connection booklet GBA 3rd party charger - looks like an OEM charger but isn't An American Tail Fievel's Gold Rush - CIB Atari Anniversary Advance - CIB Backyard Basketball - game only Backyard Football - game only Candy Land / Chutes and Ladders / Memory - CIB Connect Four / Perfection / Trouble - CIB Crash Bandicoot the Huge Adventure - game only Disney's Magical Quest 2 Starring Mickey and Minnie - game only Disney's Monsters Inc. / Finding Nemo - game only Donkey Kong Country - game only Donkey Kong Country 2 - game only Ecks vs Sever - game only Ed Edd n Eddy the Mis-Edventures - game only F-14 Tomcat - game only Garfield the Search for Pooky - CIB Kirby and the Amazing Mirror - box, tray, manual, all inserts, pending a possible trade Madden 2003 - game only Mario Pinball Land - CIB Mario Tennis Power Tour - game only Medabots Rokusho Version - game only Monster Trucks - game only Muppet Pinball Mayhem - game only Need for Speed Underground - game only Pac Man Collection - game only Pac Man World - game only Pocket Dogs - CIB Pokemon Glazed (bootleg, clear blue cart) - game only Rayman Advance - game only Road Trip Shifting Gears - CIB Rugrats I Gotta Go Party - game only Sonic Advance 2 - game only Spongebob Squarepants Battle for Bikini Bottom - game only Spongebob Squarepants Lights Camera Pants - game only Spongebob Squarepants Revenge of the Flying Dutchman - game only Spyro 2 Season of Flame - CIB Super Mario Advance 2: Super Mario World - game only Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2004 - game only Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell - game only Uno / Skip Bo - game only Yoshi's Topsy Turvy - CIB GBA Video sealed titles Pictures here Dragon Ball GT Volume 1 Nickelodeon Rugrats All Grown Up! Volume 1 Nicktoons Collection Volume 2 GBC games and more Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 3 - manual Croc - game only Game and Watch Gallery 2 - box, manual and game with repro tray Tony Hawk's Pro Skater - game only Wings of Fury - CIB GameShark Pro - box, manual (no tray) GB games and more 4 in 1 Funpak Volume II - game only Baseball - box, game with repro tray Battleship - box, game, registration card, poster with repro tray Bill Elliott's Nascar Fast Tracks - box, game, manual, inserts with repro tray and original receipt from 1992 Bo Jackson Hit and Run - game and manual Centipede and Millipede - box, tray, game, manual Cleaning Kit - box only Dead Heat Scramble - game only Desert Strike - box, manual, game, inserts with repro tray Donkey Kong Land - game only Donkey Kong Land 2 - game only Dr Mario - box and game with repro tray Face Ball 2000 - game only Game and Watch Gallery - box and manual with repro tray Ghostbusters II - game only Golf Player's Choice - box, manual and game with repro tray Hyper Lode Runner - game only James Bond 007 - game only Jeopardy! - box, game, manual, all inserts with repro tray King James Bible (Wisdom Tree) - manual Kirby's Dreamland - box only with repro tray Kirby's Dreamland 2 - box only with repro tray Kirby's Pinball Land - box and game with repro tray Kwirk - game only Mickey's Dangerous Chase player's choice - game only Mole Mania - game only Monopoly - box, game, manual, all inserts with repro tray Nemesis - game only Paperboy - game only Penguin Wars - CIB Revenge of the Gator - game only Shanghai - game only Super Mario Land 2 6 Golden Coins - game only, battery is dead Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Fall of the Foot Clan - game only x2 Tetris Attack - game only The Chessmaster - box, game, inserts with repro tray (no manual) The Smurfs - game only Who Framed Roger Rabbit? - game only WWF Superstars 2 - box, game, manual, all inserts with repro tray Yoshi - box, game and manual with repro tray Yoshi's Cookie - game only Nuby Worm Light safety instructions booklet only PS3 games Battleship - NIB Dynasty Warriors: Gundam - NIB Killzone 3 - NIB Mini Ninjas - CIB Uncharted 3 Drake's Deception - NIB PS2 games Pictures of most games here Ace Combat 04 greatest hits - CIB DDR Supernova - CIB DDRMAX DDR - CIB Gadget Racers - CIB Gauntlet Dark Legacy - CIB R-Type Final - disc only Star Wars Battlefront greatest hits red label - CIB SOCOM II: US Navy Seals - manual only Supercar Street Challenge - CIB We Love Katamari - CIB PSX games Pictures of most games here Jeopardy! - CIB Need for Speed Hot Pursuit greatest hits green label - CIB Rayman greatest hits green label - CIB Road Rash greatest hits green label - CIB Star Wars Rebel Assault II - CIB Tetris Plus greatest hits green label - CIB Tomb Raider III greatest hits green label - CIB Wheel of Fortune greatest hits green label - CIB Xbox 360 Civilization Revolution - CIB Halo 3 ODST - Discs only in a generic case Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary - discs only in a generic case Halo Reach - CIB Xbox Halo Combat Evolved Platinum Hits - CIB IBM Tandy Mario Teaches Typing big box - NIB PC Cubix: Robots for Everyone - NIB Jimmy Neutron vs Jimmy Negatron - manual only Oil Tycoon - NIB Strategy guides and gaming magazines Pictures of most guides here Final Fantasy VIII (Brady) Pokemon Black White Version 2 CE Hardcover Pokemon Colosseum (Prima) Super Smash Bros Brawl Conflict Desert Storm II (Prima) Mario 64 Unauthorized guide (missing front cover) Game Informer (Magic Legends Cover) Game Informer (Pokemon Sword Shield cover, the style with legendaries on front and back) PC Gamer (Star Trek Online) EGM (Year of the Portables), missing back cover Collectibles and posters Ni No Kuni II Figpin "Evan" - still in box Hatsune Miku Funko Pop - NIB Club Nintendo Red Mario Hat DS carrying case - New Club Nintendo Super Mario Children's Book JP Exclusive - New 2003 Nintendo Duck Hunt Patch - New Poster: Monster Hunter 3 Tri 20x27" Poster: Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games 40x14" Poster: New Super Mario Bros Wii / Zelda Spirit Tracks 12x17" Poster set: Bravoman and Bravoman x Wonder-Momo 11x15" Poster: Superman Shadow of Apokolips (from Nintendo Power) Comic Books Marvel - Toys R Us Limited Edition X-Men #1 Marvel - X-Men: The Ultra Collection Jan Book 2 of 5 Marvel - Wolverine #109 Marvel - Wolverine #111 Marvel - X-Force #27 Marvel - X-Force #28 Marvel - The Invincible Iron Man #1 Marvel - Original Human Torch #3 Marvel - The Thing #16 Marvel - Daredevil #362 Marvel - The Beast #3 Marvel - Cable #34 Marvel - The Secret Defenders #15 Marvel Fanfare #2 Marvel - X-Factor #\71 Marvel - Wonder Man #1 Marvel - Inhumanoids #1 Marvel - Inhumanoids #2 Marvel - Inhumanoids #3 Marvel - Steelgrip Starkey #6 Marvel - Kickers Inc #1 Marvel - Justice 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 Marvel - The 'Nam #14 Marvel - The Punisher Armory #9 Marvel - Spider-Man Storm and Power Man Battle Smokescreen! Marvel - Spider-Man Battles the Myth Monster Marvel - Spider-Man Magazine for Kids - Summer 1996, Fall 1996 DC - Steel #1 DC - Batman #509 DC - Catwoman (93 Series) #4 DC - The Green Lantern Corps #206 DC - Hawkman #2 DC - Tales of the Legion of Super Heroes #5 Dark Horse - Predator Big Game #1 Dark Horse - Jonny Quest The Real Adventures 1, 2, 3 image - The Savage Dragon #11 Star Wars X-Wing Rogue Squadron The Phantom Affair (book) Officer Snook #1 Random Stuff Heavy duty HDMI cable flat style White Verizon iPhone 5S with protective case and charger Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note 2 - Pretty sure this is unlocked, but will not work on Verizon, comes with Cyanogen OS, charging cable and dock GameKlip controller mount NIB - Would work great with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, requires a PS3 (aka DS3) controller, learn more here Ledger Nano S Whitepaper Edition NIB Micro Machines Star Wars Tie Starfighter Sealed Holy Ghost - Static on the Wire Vinyl Like New ABSRDST- Boss Beats CD sealed (An EP of Mega Man remixes) Speed Racer: The Movie VHS CIB Adventure Time: Jake vs Me-Mow DVD + Finn Hat CIB Regular Show: The Best DVD in the Universe AMC Walking Dead playing cards NIB (NY Comic Con promo) Avengers: Infinity War Moviebill 2x Madonna CDs Trial of the Clone - A modern CYOA style book Three Word Phrase Volume One Little Red Book Complete Street Guide to New York City 2 1932 Olympic stamps Dolce and Gabanna Intenso leather bag new, open box Vintage Academy Broadway Duffel Bag Mark McGwire 62nd Home Run Gold card WANT AC Amiibo Cards #107 Katie #386 Rosie Mario Sports Amiibo Cards Peach Golf Bowser Jr. Soccer Rosalina Soccer Rosalina Baseball Rosalina Horse Racing Amiibo SSB Isabelle (loose or sealed) Poochy (loose) Goomba (loose) Boo (loose) LRG Cards Cards for Flinthook, Dust, Slime San, Shantae and the Pirate's Curse, ToeJam and Earl, Golf Story, Dragon's Lair Trilogy, PixelJunk Monsters 2, Lumines Remastered, Yooka-Laylee, Blazing Chrome, Battle Chef, Windjammers, The Escapists and Saturday Morning RPG Limited Print Switch Games (prefer CIB but also fine with NIB) Aegis Defenders Alliance Alive HD CE Dimension Drive (LE or standard) Furi Gris The Messenger (already have but looking for a nicer copy) Vasara Collection Other Switch Games (looking for CIB and clean) Astral Chain Atari Flashback Classics Disgaea 1 Complete Disgaea 4 Complete Hollow Knight (already have but looking for a nicer copy) Mario and Sonic at the Tokyo Olympic Games Musynx Octopath Traveler Phoenix Wright Trilogy Puyo Puyo Tetris big box with target exclusive decals Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl Gold Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap launch edition Yoshi's Crafted World 3DS Games Beyblade Collector's Edition - CIB or NIB Etrian Odyssey Untold soundtrack bundle - CIB Etrian Odyssey Nexus launch edition - CIB Frogger 3D - CIB big box version with cover plates Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright - CIB Radiant Historia Perfect Chronology launch edition - big box with contents or CIB DS Elektroplankton - Nintendo Power booklet Infinite Space - loose Jewel Time Deluxe - box, manual Korg DS10+ JP Limited Edition - CIB Korg M01 JP - Club Nintendo insert Nanostray - CIB Phantasy Star 0 - CIB Shepherd's Crossing - CIB GBA Car Battler Joe - manual Drill Dozer - A Girl and Her Dozer Mini Comic (the one I have is ripped) Fire Emblem CIB Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones CIB GBC Shantae - CIB GB Mario's Picross - manual Wii Metroid Prime 3: Corruption - CIB The Last Story - soundtrack in sleeve GameCube Army Men Air Combat the Elite Missions - box Baten Kaitos Origins - CIB Mega Man Network Transmission - CIB Mega Man X Command Mission - CIB with trading card Metal Gear Solid the Twin Snakes - CIB Phantasy Star Online Episode 1 and 2 Plus - CIB Smuggler's Run War Zones - CIB The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures - CIB N64 N64 Expansion Pack with tool to open expansion slot, or Donkey Kong 64 box, tray, manual, etc with expansion pack included Star Fox 64 box, tray, manual, etc. (I already have game and rumble pack) PS3 Disgaea D2: A Brighter Darkness - disc PS2 Godzilla Save the Earth - manual Gradius 3 and 4 - CIB Naval Ops Warship Gunner - manual Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit 2 - black label disc River King a Wonderful Journey - disc PSX Army Men: World War - disc only Konami Justifier Lightgun(s) I'm also happy to look at lists, but these are my priority wants.
YouTube Mario Party DS. Mario Party DS North American game cover. Developer(s) Hudson Soft CAProduction Nintendo SPD Group No. 4 Publisher(s) Nintendo Platform(s) Nintendo DS, Virtual Console ( Wii U) Release date Nintendo DS November 8, 2007 November 8, 2007 November 19, 2007 November 23, 2007 December 6, 2007 May 22, 2008 Virtual Console (Wii U) April 21, 2016 April 21, 2016  April 22, 2016 April 27, 2016 Genre Party Rating(s) ESRB: - Everyone PEGI: - Three years and older CERO: - All ages ACB: - Parental guidance Mode(s) Single Player, Multiplayer (single card and multi card) Media Wii U: Digital download Nintendo DS: Cartridge Input Wii U: Wii U GamePad Nintendo DS: Control pad Stylus Mario Party DS is the fourteenth installment in the Mario Party series, the third for handheld consoles, and the only one for the Nintendo DS. This is the last Mario Party game to be developed by Hudson Soft, who was succeeded by Nd Cube in 2012. This Mario Party game is unique for having the characters to be shrunken down to a very small size and competing in a "mega world" for the majority of the game. It includes more than seventy new minigames and five new game boards. Its functions include touch control, microphone control and dual-screen challenges. It is possible for up to four players to play in wireless mode using only one game card. This would be the last installment to feature the traditional Mario Party gameplay until Super Mario Party, released eleven years later. Mario Party DS was re-released for the Wii U through the Virtual Console on April 21, 2016 in North America and Europe, April 22, 2016 in Australia, and April 27, 2016 in Japan. Contents 1 Story 2 Characters 2. 1 Playable characters 2. 2 Board hosts/bosses 2. 3 Supporting cast 2. 4 Minigame enemies 3 Team names 4 Modes 4. 1 Story Mode (1 Player) 4. 2 Party Mode (1-4 Players) 4. 3 Minigame Mode (1-4 Players) 4. 3. 1 Step It Up 4. 2 Battle Cup 4. 3 Score Scuffle 4. 4 Boss Bash 4. 5 Rocket Rascals 4. 4 Puzzle Mode (1-2 Players) 4. 5 Multiplayer (2-4 Players) 4. 6 Extras Mode (2 Player) 4. 7 Gallery 5 Gameplay 5. 1 Spaces 5. 2 Items 5. 2. 1 Normal items 5. 2 Hexes 6 Boards 7 Minigames 8 Reception 9 Staff 10 Collection 11 Pre-release and unused content 12 Gallery 13 Media 14 References to other games 15 Names in other languages 16 Trivia 17 External links 18 References Story [ edit] Mario seeing a Sky Crystal fall from the sky One night in the Mushroom Kingdom, five Sky Crystals in the sky fall to the land. One falls near Mario, who explains it to his friends the next day. Suddenly, Kamek flies overhead the gang, dropping inviations to a feast in Bowser's Castle to apologize for his wicked behavior. Unintentionally, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong get invitations as well. Curious, the crew sets off for the castle, but upon their arrival, they find it was a trick as Bowser and Bowser Jr. trap Mario and his friends in a cage when they enter. With the group trapped, Bowser uses a magic wand called the Minimizer to shrink them all down to the size of chess pieces, and they are thrown out to a distant location by Kamek. This leaves Bowser to look for the five shining objects, the Sky Crystals, in peace. Displeased by the outcome, the gang wakes up outside and decides to head for the castle to settle the score with Bowser. The desire to be the one Superstar that defeats Bowser and his cronies causes Mario and his other seven friends to pit themselves against each other for the title along the way. Bowser drops a cage on Mario and friends. At the beginning of their journey, Wiggler begs the crew for help, as a Piranha Plant has infested his garden. The Piranha Plant is eventually defeated by the character who becomes the Superstar, leading to Wiggler rewarding them with a Sky Crystal that landed in his garden. Soon after, Toadette finds and requests the group to defeat a Hammer Bro that was abusing her instruments in her music room. The Hammer Bro is defeated in a drum-off by the Superstar, and Toadette gives a Sky Crystal she found to the gang as her thanks. Afterwards, they set off for the jungle, where they find Diddy Kong, who shows the heroes that Donkey Kong was turned to stone by a Dry Bones. The Superstar manages to defeat Dry Bones in his arena, leading to Donkey Kong's restoration and Diddy Kong rewarding them with a Sky Crystal he found. Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong quickly recall the free food promised at Bowser's Castle, and eagerly head off towards the castle. Upon nearing the castle, the crew find a Koopa Troopa from a library asking for help, as Kamek has trapped his grandfather, Koopa Krag, in one of his library books. The Superstar defeats Kamek at the end of a long hallway, and Koopa Krag is freed from the book, giving them a Sky Crystal as thanks. Eventually, they reach Bowser's Castle, where they are promptly stuffed in a pinball machine by Bowser and Bowser Jr., the latter using it to mess with them. The one revealed to be the Superstar is taken from the pinball machine to be shrunk again and crushed by Bowser, but Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong arrive, the former unintentionally smashing the Minimizer by knocking it out of Bowser's hands and stepping on it afterwards, the actions reverting the playable characters back to their original states. The cast enjoys a game of Triangle Twisters. Reluctant to give up, Bowser reveals one more surprise: the Megamorph Belt. The device transforms Bowser into Blockhead Bowser, and the aforementioned Superstar does battle with him. Upon Bowser's defeat, Bowser and his son are tied up, Mario taking back the final Sky Crystal he initially found from them. Now in close proximity of each other, they are magically formed together to make a crystal DS, allowing play of Triangle Twisters, the fun challenge mentioned by Bowser, whose desire to have the Sky Crystals being to try the fun challenge. After hearing this, Mario decides to untie the two, and they all play Triangle Twisters together, thus ending the story. Nearby, Donkey Kong and Diddy Kong eat the entire feast by themselves, being quite satisfied. Characters [ edit] Mario Party DS has 8 playable characters and 5 board hosts, with a boss for each board. Other characters with little to no role are also present. Playable characters [ edit] Board hosts/bosses [ edit] Wiggler's Garden Toadette's Music Room DK's Stone Statue Kamek's Library Bowser's Pinball Machine Board Host Board Host/Boss Wiggler Toadette Diddy Kong Kamek Bowser Boss Piranha Plant Hammer Bro Dry Bones Supporting cast [ edit] Donkey Kong (Found in DK's Stone Statue) Koopa (Found in Kamek's Library) Koopa Krag (Found in Kamek's Library) Bowser Jr. (Found in Bowser's Pinball Machine) Minigame enemies [ edit] Goomba Scuttlebug Cheep Cheep Boo Shy Guy Whomp Bob-omb Monty Mole Team names [ edit] For the Tag Battle setting in Party Mode, each combination of playable characters create one unique team name. The list of possible results are shown below: Mario Luigi Princess Peach Princess Daisy Wario Waluigi Yoshi Toad Mario Bros. Fan Favorites Flower Players Foe Bros. 'Stache Stars Old Buddies Fungus Friends Green Peaches Shy Sidekicks 'Stache Clashers Lean Meanies Green Machines Green Mushrooms Power Princesses Rotten Peaches Black Peaches Sweetie Pies Peachy 'Shrooms Wilted Flowers Skinny Stars Cutie Pies Button Mushrooms Bad Boys Unlikely Pals Poison Mushrooms Purple Dinos Bad Mushrooms Star Supporters Modes [ edit] Story Mode (1 Player) [ edit] A single player mode that follows the storyline of the game. It puts the player through the five boards of the game, requiring them to win a Battle Royal on each board and defeat the boss of it in a minigame to progress. Party Mode (1-4 Players) [ edit] The main mode of the game, where the player competes against several human-controlled or computer-controlled players on a party board in either a Battle Royale, Tag Battle or Duel Battle. Minigame Mode (1-4 Players) [ edit] A mode where the player can play six games that use the pool of minigames available in a variety of challenges that don’t take place on the game boards, those being Free Play, Step It Up, Battle Cup, Score Scuffle, Boss Bash and Rocket Rascals. The player can pit themselves against up to three other human-controlled players in the Multiplayer version of this mode. Step It Up [ edit] “Be first to reach the top of the steps! Minigame victories get you there! ” — In-game description, Mario Party DS Step It Up in Mario Party DS Step It Up is a minigame competition playable only by four players. The aim of this challenge is to see who can be the first to win 3, 5 or 7 minigames, depending on the options chosen, and after each minigame played the characters who win the minigame get to climb one step of the staircase. Minigames are chosen randomly, and the first player to win 3, 5, or 7 minigames wins the mode. This contest is a reincarnation of a competition that has appeared in previous installments in the series. The player can choose to play only 4-player, 1-vs-3 and 2-vs-2 minigames, or a randomized mix of all three. For 1-vs-3 and 2-vs-2 minigames, teams are chosen at random each time when the player chooses the random minigame type setting, unless the player specifically chooses either minigame type, where the teams would be decided at the start of the competition. Names in other languages Language Name Meaning Japanese かちぬきバトル Kachinuki Batoru Tournament Battle Spanish (NOA) Poco a poco Bit by bit Spanish (NOE) Escalera hacia el éxito Stairs towards the success French Montée des marches Staircase run Korean 승자진출전 Seungjajinchuljeon Winner Entry Game Battle Cup [ edit] Battle Cup “Welcome to Battle Cup! In Battle Cup, you'll play five preselected minigames in order... And whoever wins the most of them is the victor! ” — Narrator, Mario Party DS Battle Cup is a minigame competition playable only by four players. The objective is to win as much of the Cup Course, a collage of five consecutive minigames that the human player either selects manually or lets the game choose five randomly, as possible. Despite only 4-player and Battle minigames being playable in this contest, multiple victors are allowed at the end of each minigame, however, ties between all four players will result in no one getting the minigame win. If multiple players end up winning the most minigames at the end of the Cup Course, the players will roll Dice Blocks to decide the real winner, the highest roller being declared the winner. In-game description "Choose a specific minigame course, then battle to come out ahead! " バトルカップ Batoru Kappu Spanish Torneo por victorias Tournament by victories 배틀컵 Baeteulkeop Score Scuffle [ edit] Score Scuffle “Welcome to Score Scuffle! In Score Scuffle, you'll blast through 10 minigames. Results will be converted to points. The player with the highest final score wins! ” Score Scuffle is a minigame competition playable only by four players. The players play ten specific minigames consecutively, converting the results for each player to points after each minigame and adding it to each player's current score. The player with the most points after the ten minigames is the winner. The highest amount a player can get in a minigame is 1000 points, with the exception of Get the Lead Out (whose highest amount is 999 points). As such, the maximum amount of points a player can have after the ten minigames is 9, 999 points. The default high score for Score Scuffle is 0 points. The minigames and the order in which they are played are as follows: Rail Riders Domino Effect Cherry-Go-Round Study Fall Get the Lead Out Whomp-a-thon Hedge Honcho Pedal Pushers Hanger Management Raft Riot "Compete in a series of minigames to earn as many points as possible! " スコアアタック Sukoa Atakku Score Attack Torneo por puntos Tournament by points 스코어어택 Seukoeo Eotaek Boss Bash [ edit] Daisy playing Boss Bash “Welcome to Boss Bash! You're going to battle five bosses! How quickly can you defeat them? Bash them fast to win! ” Boss Bash is a single-player minigame challenge, where the player must face in the following order: the Piranha Plant, the Hammer Bro, the Dry Bones, Kamek and Bowser in their respective boss minigames. The aim is to do so as quickly as possible to try and beat the current best times, as the minigames are timed in this challenge. If the player is defeated in any of the minigames, the challenge ends and the times for minigames the player did beat are not recorded. The default best times for the five bosses are 5:00:00, while the default overall best time is 25:00:00. The boss minigames played and the order they are played are as follows: Feed and Seed Hammer Chime Hexoskeleton Book Bash Bowser's Block Party "Take on the boss minigames to get the best time you can! " ボスタイムアタック Bosu Taimu Atakku Boss Time Attack Enemigos finales Final enemies 보스타임어택 Boseu Taim Eotack Rocket Rascals [ edit] Rocket Rascals “Welcome to Rocket Rascals! Reach the rocket first! Build a bridge to the center before your rivals do! ” Rocket Rascals is a four-player minigame competition. The players must win minigames to acquire and place bridge pieces on the square 5x5 grid. The first to make a path from their corner of the grid to the rocket with the bridge parts is the winner. If multiple players have paths to the rocket made at the same time by a third party, the players roll Dice Blocks to decide who actually wins, the highest roller winning. If one of the multiple players finished the bridge, then the one who did wins without a Dice Block roll. Additionally, the game will end without a winner if 20 turns pass without anyone making a route to the rocket. At the start of each turn, a roulette randomly decides which bridge piece will be up for grabs in the next minigame, which gets decided by a minigame roulette. The player who wins the minigame gets the previously shown bridge piece and can place it on any unoccupied space of the 5x5 grid, and the turn will end afterwards, the cycle repeating until someone makes a path to the rocket. If the minigame ends with multiple winners, or if nobody wins, nobody gets the piece. If a player has all ways of reaching the rocket prevented for them, the blocking pieces will be removed. Occasionally, Bowser Jr. may show up after a bridge part is decided and will do one of the following, as decided through a roulette spin: Crosspiece Crisis: Every minigame, the player will play for a Crosspiece. Turnaround Madness: Bowser Jr. will scatter the pieces in different areas. Tiebreaker Trouble: Bowser Jr. gets to choose where to place the piece if a tie occurs. Bridge Breaker: Bowser Jr. takes away all the pieces up to that point, making everyone start again from scratch. Final 5 Frenzy: The game is skipped to the last five turns. "Build a bridge to a rocket! Win your pieces by playing minigames! " ミニゲームブリッジ Minigēmu Burijji Minigame Bridge Carrera espacial Space Race 미니게임브릿지 Minigeim Beuritji Puzzle Mode (1-2 Players) [ edit] A mode where the player can play six puzzle-action games, the majority being classics from previous Mario Party games. This mode introduces the new touch-controlled puzzle game, Triangle Twisters, which offers two play modes, Frenzy Mode and Focus Mode. Additionally, the player can pit themselves against another human-controlled player in the Multiplayer version of this mode. Multiplayer (2-4 Players) [ edit] Using one game card, players can wirelessly play together in Party Mode, Minigame Mode (2-4 Players), Puzzle Mode and Extra Mode (2 Player) with nearby Nintendo DS users. [ edit] A multiplayer exclusive mode that includes games designed for two: the cooperative Pen Pals and the competitive Desert Duel. Gallery [ edit] Includes over 120 collectibles that can be viewed at the player's discretion when unlocked. This mode also allows them to listen to the game's music and watch the cutscenes seen in Story Mode when viewed at least once in it. Gameplay [ edit] Each of the boards in Story Mode. The gameplay in Mario Party DS follows the style of the console games that preceded it. Up to four players take turns to roll a Dice Block that shows numbers from 1-10, which decides how far players move across boards. The goal is to acquire the most Stars through the conditions decided on each of the boards. After all players have had their turn, the type of minigame is determined by what color space the player lands on (red or blue). If the player landed on a green, duel or friend space, the player's color is randomly red or blue. Landing on a Bowser space will result in the player's color turning red. For instance, if one player lands on a red space while three other players land on a blue space, a 1 vs. 3 minigame is held, with the red player on the solo side and the three players on the other side. The players then engage in a minigame, and whoever wins the minigame earns 10 coins. If the combined total dice roll for all four players for the turn is a multiple of 10, a Battle Minigame is triggered instead. All players will pay a certain number of Coins into a "pot" before the minigame, with any players who have insufficient Coins only paying what they have on them. After the minigame, each player will get back 50, 30, 20 or 0 percent of the Coins in the pot, depending on where they rank in the minigame. If the Coins cannot be divided up equally, the leftovers will be awarded to a random player. The number of Coins a player must pay is determined by the formula [current turn number × 2]; for example, if the Battle Minigame is triggered in Turn 7, all players must pay 14 Coins. The turn will end afterward, the process repeating until the set number of turns have passed. The game will end once the set number of turns have passed, and the total number of Stars and coins the players have collected will be tallied, Stars being the primary factor for rankings while coins are the tie-breakers. At the end of a Party Mode game, Bonus Stars may be rewarded to the players who have excelled the most at certain criteria. If there is a tie between three or less players, the Stars are awarded to all of the tied players. The following are shown below: Mini-Game Star - Awarded to the players who have won the most minigames. Green Star - Awarded to the players who have landed on the most? Spaces. Running Star - Awarded to the players who have moved the most spaces using Dice Blocks. Item Star - Awarded to the players who used the most items. Hex Star - Awarded to the players who laid down the most hexes. Friendship Star - Awarded to the players who landed on the most Friend Spaces. Spaces [ edit] Space Image Description Blue Space The most common space, the Blue Space gives players three coins if they land on it. It gives their section in the heads up display a blue color, which is used to determine pairings in minigames. Red Space A fairly common space, the Red Space takes three coins from players that land on it. It gives their section in the heads up display a red color, which is used to determine pairings in minigames. Green Space This space causes certain events to happen that can benefit the player, harm the player, benefit a number of players, or harm a number of players. It gives the player's section in the heads up display a green color, which is used to determine pairings in minigames. In this case, the green color eventually flashes to red or blue. Friend Space When they land on this space in Battle Royale, players can select one opponent to be a friend. Both then receive 5 coins. In Team Battle, the player and one of the two opponents get 5 coins. It gives the player's section in the heads up display a green color, which is used to determine pairings in minigames. Duel Space Engages with an opponent of the player's choice into a duel minigame. The winner gets to use a roulette that determines the reward from the opponent. It replaces the Friend Space in the Final 5 Frenzy. Bowser Space Any players that land here causes Bowser to arrive. Bowser causes a series of events that harms usually whoever landed on the space. It gives their section in the heads up display a red color, which is used to determine pairings in minigames. Bowser can cause these events: Gimme Coins! : The player gives 20 coins to Bowser. Sometimes, the player gives 10 coins instead. If the player does not have 20, Bowser takes 10 coins away instead. If the player has less than 10 coins, Bowser takes all of the player's coins anyway. Gimme Stars! : Bowser takes one star from the player. Gimme Charity! : Bowser forces the player to give 10 coins to all opponents. In Battle Royale, the player loses a total of 30 coins. If less than 30, the highest amount divisible by three would be the basis (depending how many coins the player has that can be given out to the other players equally). In Duel and Team Battle, 10 Coins is all the player has to give away. If less than 10, the player has to forfeit all coins. Gimme Equality! : Bowser redistributes every player's coins so they all have the same amount. This can be the only event that can benefit the player. Star Space Once players reach this space, they can pay 20 coins to receive a Star. Other boards may have different conditions players need to fulfill to earn a Star. Unlike other spaces, this space cannot be landed on (unless a Star spawns directly on a player), and this space does not subtract from the dice roll. Items [ edit] The Item Shop of Mario Party DS Alongside normal items seen in earlier Mario Party console titles, Mario Party DS introduces a new type of item that is also used during board gameplay: Hexes. The normal items are most often acquired through purchase at an Item Shop, and may be used by players to gain an advantage. Alternatively, Hexes can be found only at Hex Areas and can be placed on the board to usually hinder the player who lands on the space where it was set. Each player may only carry three items/hexes at one time. Normal items [ edit] Mario Party DS is the first Mario Party game to have standard items since Mario Party 4. These items function like (and are based on) the standard items from the first four installments in the series. They can be bought at shops on each board, run by a Monty Mole. In addition, for the first time players can purchase more than one item in one stop. Item Shop Price Double Dice Set Allows the player to roll two Dice Blocks. 3 Coins Triple Dice Set Allows the player to roll three Dice blocks. 7 Coins Halfway Dice Block Allows the player to roll a Dice Block with the numbers 1 through 5. 1 Coin Warp Dice Block Causes the player to warp to a random space on the board, then roll. 2 Coins Snag Bag Allows the player to steal a random item from an opponent of their choice. 8 Coins Star Pipe Warps the player directly to the Star Space, allowing them to buy the Star if they wish and if they have 20 coins, then roll. 15 Coins Block Sensor Causes the next space the player lands upon to contain a Hidden Block. 20 Coins Grab Bag Removes all the player's current items and hexes and gives them a Star Pipe, Block Sensor, and Triple Dice Set. 25 Coins Hexes [ edit] Hexes are items placed on spaces to usually hinder the player who lands on a set Hex. If a character lands on their own hex, they receive 5 coins, much like landing on their own Character Space in previous Mario Party games. The only exceptions to this is if the player lands on a Coin Block or Star Block they placed, where they will reap the benefit of the hexes instead. Unlike character spaces, hexes go away after being landed on. Hexes can be replaced by other hexes. Daisy is about to pass a Hex Area. 10-Coin Hex Causes the player who lands on the hex to give ten coins to the one who set it. 20-Coin Hex Causes the player who lands on the space to give twenty coins to the player who placed the hex. Coin Swap Hex Causes the player who set the hex and the player that lands on it to swap coin totals. 1-Star Hex The player who lands on this hex must give one star to the player who set it. 2-Star Hex The player who sets this hex steals two stars from the player that lands on it. Space Swap Hex Both the player who lands on the hex and the one who placed it swap positions on the board. Star Block The player who lands on this hex can hit a block with a 1 through 3 on it to gain that many stars. Coin Block The player that lands on this hex is able to hit a block containing coins, by pressing the A button repeatedly, to gain as many as possible in ten seconds. Boards [ edit] Picture Boss Mini-Game The player must find the star and buy it for 20 coins. Once the player claims the star, it will go to another location. Players must find the Music Notes and buy stars from them for 5-30 coins. The star on this board is always located on the second-to-last space. Players can buy multiple stars at once on this stage depending on how many coins they have at the time. A star will cost 20 coins. On this board there are three magic jars to find. The player will need to pay 10 coins to open a magic jar. One contains a star, one 5 coins and the other sends them back to start. This is completely random and will change once someone finds the star. Minigames [ edit] Main article: List of Mario Party DS minigames Mario Party DS features 73 minigames from seven different categories. There are 32 4-player minigames (29 of which are also Duel minigames), 12 1-vs-3 minigames, 13 2-vs-2 minigames (three of which are also Duel minigames), 32 Duel minigames (29 of which are 4-player minigames and three of which are 2-vs-2 minigames), five Battle minigames, five Boss minigames and six Puzzle minigames. Of these, 58 are unique, 4 are minigames with the goal of collecting coins, and 11 are specialized. Reception [ edit] Reviews Release Reviewer, Publication Score Verdict Nintendo DS Frank Provo, GameSpot 8/10 "Mario Party DS is an outright blast when played with other people, and since you need only one cartridge to enjoy everything, the odds are good that you'll be able to entice your DS-owning friends to play with you. As a solo endeavor, challenging the computer opponents does get old eventually. However, between all of the different minigames, play modes, and puzzle games, it'll be a while before you condemn the cartridge to your storage shelf. " Ellie Gibson, Eurogamer 4/10 "Decent visuals and bonus puzzle games aren't enough to make Mario Party DS worth a purchase. It suffers from the same problems as the other games in the series. The mini-games, on the whole, are badly designed and boring. Watching other players take turns round the board is tedious. Even if you win every single mini-game, the stupid star system means you could still lose overall. It would seem there are plenty of gamers who are happy to put up with all this, however - after all, Nintendo wouldn't keep churning out Mario Parties if people didn't keep buying them. If you're one of those who has enjoyed the series on console, you'll enjoy it on DS. Otherwise, steer clear. " Craig Harris, IGN 7/10 "After ten years of playing board games with mini-games, it's honestly very difficult to get excited for yet another Mario Party; even though it's the first time it's been made for the Nintendo DS system. What's here is a solid multiplayer mini-game experience with a lot of the flaws of the previous versions. It doesn't do anything truly special than create a bunch of touch screen and microphone-centric minigames (and even then we've seen variations of them in other DS titles), but it at least comes together as a better title than the last console Mario Party design. " Aggregators Compiler Platform / Score Metacritic 72 GameRankings 72. 17% Staff [ edit] Main article: List of Mario Party DS staff Mario Party DS was worked on by both Hudson Soft and Group No. 4 of the Nintendo SPD. Its game, planning, program, visual, sound and senior directors were Kouji Matsuura, Yuka Sasaki, Hideki Nishmoto, Akhiro Shibata, Ichiro Shimakura and Kenji Kikuchi respectively. Satoru Iwata and Hidetoshi Endo were the game's executive producers. During the credits the eight playable characters run into view periodically. The player can tap on the characters once they've run into full view on the Touch Screen with the stylus to make the tapped character jump, and can continue to do so for the remainder of the credits. Collection [ edit] Main article: List of Mario Party DS collectibles Mario Party DS features a wide variety of collectible items. These range between figurines of the many characters in the game, features of the five boards played on in the game, trophies related to the bosses defeated in the game and various badges one of which the player being allowed to equip. There are 30, 71, 25 and 30 of these respectively, each particular collectible with a different requirement to unlock. Pre-release and unused content [ edit] Main article: List of Mario Party DS pre-release and unused content In Mario Party DS, Wiggler's Garden was originally going to be called Petey's Greenhouse, where Petey Piranha would need help as a member of his army, a Piranha Plant, had betrayed him and begun to destroy his greenhouse. Toadsworth was also originally planned to appear as the owner of the item houses, but was replaced by a Monty Mole, although Toadsworth was still mentioned in some collectibles' descriptions in the Gallery. For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:Mario Party DS. Donkey Kong Dice Block Media [ edit] It has been suggested that audio and/or video file(s) related to this section be uploaded. Please upload all related music, sound effects, voice clips, or any videos for this section. See the help page for information on how to get started. References to other games [ edit] Super Mario Bros. : In the Call of the Goomba minigame, the grinder plays the overworld theme. The music for the Boogie Beam minigame is a remix of the underground theme. Super Mario World: The theme "Fresh as Mint" bears a heavy resemblance to the overworld theme from this game. Mario Party 3: Mario's Puzzle Party returns as a Puzzle minigame, and the character icons for Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Wario, Daisy, and Waluigi are reused in it as well. Mario Party 4: Bob-omb Breakers returns as a Puzzle minigame, and all the characters' victory and losing animations are recycled. Mario Party 5: Piece Out returns as a Puzzle minigame. Mario Party 6: Block Star returns as a Puzzle minigame. Also, Peach and Daisy's artworks are recycled from this game. Super Mario 64 DS: Yoshi's artwork is a modified version of his artwork from this game, which depicts him holding Mario's Cap over his head. Mario Party 7: Stick and Spin returns as a Puzzle minigame. Also, Toadette and Dry Bones's artwork is recycled from this game. Mario Party 8: The character select images are recycled from this game. New Super Mario Bros. : Hammer Bro. 's artwork is recycled from this game. Super Mario Galaxy: Toad and Kamek's artworks are recycled from this game. Names in other languages [ edit] マリオパーティ DS Mario Pātī DS - Italian Portuguese 마리오 파티 DS Mario Pati DS Trivia [ edit] The North American manual has a mistake on Page 27. It states that during a 2 Player game (the player vs a CPU opponent or another player) in Free Play, only Battle or Boss minigames can be chosen. In reality, during a 2 Player match in Free Play, only Duel and Boss minigames can be chosen. This was fixed in the European manual. Two minigames, Shuffleboard Showdown and Chips and Dips, were removed in the Korean release, likely because of the gambling themes presented in both of the minigames. [ citation needed] External links [ edit] Mario Party DS Official Japanese website Official North American website Mario Party DS Official European website References [ edit] ^ THIS WEEK'S EUROPEAN DOWNLOADS - APRIL 21 (STAR FOX, MARIO PARTY AND MORE) (April 18, 2016). GoNintendo. (Retrieved April 18, 2016). [ Edit] Mario Party DS Characters Main Mario • Luigi • Princess Peach • Princess Daisy • Wario • Waluigi • Yoshi • Toad Other Wiggler • Toadette • Diddy Kong • Donkey Kong • Koopa Krag • Koopa • Bowser Jr. • Monty Mole Bosses Piranha Plant • Hammer Bro • Dry Bones • Kamek • Bowser / Blockhead Bowser Minigame Mode Step It Up • Battle Cup • Score Scuffle • Boss Bash • Rocket Rascals Multiplayer Mode Pen Pals • Desert Duel Items Ordinary Items Double Dice Set • Triple Dice Set • Halfway Dice Block • Warp Dice Block • Snag Bag • Star Pipe • Block Sensor • Grab Bag Hexes 10-Coin Hex • 20-Coin Hex • Coin Swap Hex • 1-Star Hex • 2-Star Hex • Space Swap Hex • Star Block • Coin Block Miscellaneous Minimizer • Sky Crystals • Megamorph Belt Spaces Blue Space • Red Space • Green Space • Friend Space • Duel Space • Bowser Space • Star Space Areas Hex Area • Item Shop Hidden Block Boards Wiggler's Garden • Toadette's Music Room • DK's Stone Statue • Kamek's Library • Bowser's Pinball Machine Further Info Collectibles • Gallery • Minigames • Music • Pre-release and unused content • Quotes • Staff [ Edit] Mario games Platformers Super Mario series Super Mario Bros. (1985, NES) • Super Mario Bros. : The Lost Levels (1986, FCD) • Super Mario Bros. 2 (1988, NES) • Super Mario Bros. 3 (1988, NES) • Super Mario Land (1989, GB) • Super Mario World (1990, SNES) • Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (1992, GB) • Super Mario 64 (1996, N64) • Super Mario Sunshine (2002, GCN) • New Super Mario Bros. (2006, NDS) • Super Mario Galaxy (2007, Wii) • New Super Mario Bros. Wii (2009, Wii) • Super Mario Galaxy 2 (2010, Wii) • Super Mario 3D Land (2011, 3DS) • New Super Mario Bros. 2 (2012, 3DS) • New Super Mario Bros. U (2012, Wii U) • Super Mario 3D World (2013, Wii U) • Super Mario Maker (2015, Wii U) • Super Mario Run (2016, iOS/Android) • Super Mario Odyssey (2017, NS) • Super Mario Maker 2 (2019, NS) Mario vs. Donkey Kong series Mario vs. Donkey Kong (2004, GBA) • Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis (2006, DS) • Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again! (2009, DSiWare) • Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem! (2010, DS) • Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on the Move (2013, 3DS) • Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars (2015, 3DS/Wii U) • Mini Mario & Friends: amiibo Challenge (2016, 3DS/Wii U) Donkey Kong (1981, Arcade) • Mario Bros. (1983, Arcade) • Mario's Cement Factory (1983, G&W) • Mario Bros. Special (1984, PC88) • Punch Ball Mario Bros. (1984, PC88) • VS. Wrecking Crew (1984, Arcade) • Wrecking Crew (1985, NES) • Super Mario Bros. Special (1986, PC88) • Mario & Wario (1993, SNES) • Hotel Mario (1994, Philips CD-i) • Donkey Kong (1994, Game Boy) • Mario Clash (1995, VB) • Wrecking Crew '98 (1998, SFC) • Super Princess Peach (2005, DS) Ports and remakes Crazy Kong (1981, Arcade) • Donkey Kong (1982, G&W) • Mario Bros. (1983, G&W) • VS. Super Mario Bros. (1986, Arcade) • All Night Nippon Super Mario Bros. (1986, FCD) • Super Mario Bros. (1987, G&W) • Kaettekita Mario Bros. (1988, FCD) • Super Mario All-Stars (1993, SNES) • Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World (1994, SNES) • BS Super Mario USA (1996, SNES) • BS Super Mario Collection (1997, SNES) • Super Mario Bros. Deluxe (1999, GBC) • Super Mario Advance (2001, GBA) • Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 (2002, GBA) • Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario Bros. 3 (2003, GBA) • Famicom Mini Series (2004, GBA) • Classic NES Series (2004-2005, GBA) • Super Mario 64 DS (2004, NDS) • Virtual Console (2006-current, Wii/3DS/Wii U) • Super Mario All-Stars Limited Edition (2010, Wii) • New Super Luigi U (2013, Wii U) • Luigi Bros. (2013, Wii U) • Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS (2016, 3DS) • New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (2019, NS) Role-playing games Paper Mario series Paper Mario (2000, N64) • Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (2004, GCN) • Super Paper Mario (2007, Wii) • Paper Mario: Sticker Star (2012, 3DS) • Paper Mario: Color Splash (2016, Wii U) Mario & Luigi series Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga (2003, GBA) • Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time (2005, NDS) • Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story (2009, NDS) • Mario & Luigi: Dream Team (2013, 3DS) • Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam (2015, 3DS) Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996, SNES) Remakes Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions (2017, 3DS) • Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr. 's Journey (2018, 3DS) Dr. Mario series Dr. Mario (1990, NES) • Dr. Mario 64 (2001, N64) • Dr. Mario Online Rx (2008, WiiWare) • Dr. Mario Express (2008, DSiWare) • Dr. Luigi (2013, Wii U) • Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure (2015, 3DS) • Dr. Mario World (2019, iOS/Android) VS. Dr. Mario (1990, Arcade) Tetris & Dr. Mario (1994, SNES) • Nintendo Puzzle Collection (2003, GCN) • Dr. Mario & Puzzle League (2005, GBA) Mario Kart series Super Mario Kart (1992, SNES) • Mario Kart 64 (1996, N64) • Mario Kart 64 (slot machine) (1997, Arcade) • Mario Kart: Super Circuit (2001, GBA) • Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (2003, GCN) • Mario Kart Arcade GP (2005, Arcade) • Mario Kart DS (2005, NDS) • Mario Kart Arcade GP 2 (2007, Arcade) • Mario Kart Wii (2008, Wii) • Mario Kart 7 (2011, 3DS) • Mario Kart Arcade GP DX (2013, Arcade) • Mario Kart 8 (2014, Wii U) • Mario Kart Arcade GP VR (2017, Arcade) • Mario Kart Tour (2019, iOS/Android) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (2017, NS) Mario Party series Mario Party (1998, N64) • Mario Party 2 (1999, N64) • Mario Party 3 (2000, N64) • Mario Party 4 (2002, GCN) • Mario Party-e (2003, GBA) • Mario Party 5 (2003, GCN) • Super Mario Fushigi no Korokoro Party (2004, Arcade) • Mario Party 6 (2004, GCN) • Mario Party Advance (2005, GBA) • Super Mario Fushigi no Korokoro Party 2 (2005, Arcade) • Mario Party 7 (2005, GCN) • Mario Party 8 (2007, Wii) • Mario Party DS (2007, NDS) • Mario Party Fushigi no Korokoro Catcher (2009, Arcade) • Mario Party Kurukuru Carnival (2012, Arcade) • Mario Party 9 (2012, Wii) • Mario Party Fushigi no Korokoro Catcher 2 (2013, Arcade) • Mario Party: Island Tour (2013, 3DS) • Mario Party 10 (2015, Wii U) • Mario Party Challenge World (2016, Arcade) • Mario Party: Star Rush (2016, 3DS) • Mario Party: The Top 100 (2017, 3DS) • Super Mario Party (2018, NS) Luigi's Mansion series Luigi's Mansion (2001, GCN) • Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon (2013, 3DS) • Luigi's Mansion Arcade (2015, Arcade) • Luigi's Mansion 3 (2019, NS) Luigi's Mansion (2018, 3DS) Sports games Mario Baseball series Mario Superstar Baseball (2005, GCN) • Mario Super Sluggers (2008, Wii) Mario Golf series Golf (1984, NES) • Family Computer Golf: Japan Course (1987, FCD) • Family Computer Golf: U. S. Course (1987, FCD) • NES Open Tournament Golf (1991, NES) • Mario Golf (1999, N64) • Mario Golf (1999, GBC) • Mobile Golf (2001, GBC) • Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (2003, GCN) • Mario Golf: Advance Tour (2004, GBA) • Mario Golf: World Tour (2014, 3DS) Mario Strikers series Super Mario Strikers (2005, GCN) • Mario Strikers Charged (2007, Wii) Mario Tennis series Mario's Tennis (1995, VB) • Mario Tennis (2000, N64) • Mario Tennis (2000, GBC) • Mario Power Tennis (2004, GCN) • Mario Tennis: Power Tour (2005, GBA) • Mario Tennis Open (2012, 3DS) • Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash (2015, Wii U) • Mario Tennis Aces (2018, NS) Ports New Play Control! Mario Power Tennis (2009, Wii) NBA Street V3 (2005, GCN) • SSX on Tour (2005, GCN) • Mario Hoops 3-on-3 (2006, NDS) • Mario Sports Mix (2010, Wii) • Mario Sports Superstars (2017, 3DS) Crossovers Mario & Sonic series Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (2007, Wii) • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (2008, NDS) • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (2009, Wii) • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (2009, NDS) • Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (2011, Wii) • Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games (2012, 3DS) • Mario & Sonic at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games (2013, Wii U) • Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (2016, Wii U) • Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (2016, 3DS) • Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games Arcade Edition (2016, Arcade) • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 (2019, NS/Arcade) Super Smash Bros. series Super Smash Bros. (1999, N64) • Super Smash Bros. Melee (2001, GCN) • Super Smash Bros. Brawl (2008, Wii) • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS (2014, 3DS) • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (2014, Wii U) • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018, NS) Itadaki Street DS (2007, NDS) • Fortune Street (2011, Wii) • Nintendo Land (2012, Wii U) • Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition (2015, 3DS) • Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle (2017, NS) Edutainment games Mario Discovery series Mario is Missing! (1993, MS-DOS/SNES/NES) • Mario's Time Machine (1993, MS-DOS/SNES/NES) • Mario's Early Years! Fun with Letters (1993, MS-DOS/SNES) • Mario's Early Years! Fun with Numbers (1994, MS-DOS/SNES) • Mario's Early Years! Preschool Fun (1994, MS-DOS/SNES) Mario Teaches Typing (1991, MS-DOS) • Super Mario Bros. & Friends: When I Grow Up (1991, MS-DOS) • Mario Teaches Typing 2 (1996, MS-DOS) Mario's Early Years! CD-ROM Collection (1995, PC) Art utilities Super Mario Bros. Print World (1991, MS-DOS) • Mario Paint (1992, SNES) • Super Mario Collection Screen Saver (1997, PC) • Mario no Photopi (1998, N64) • Mario Artist: Paint Studio (1999, N64DD) • Mario Artist: Talent Studio (2000, N64DD) • Mario Artist: Communication Kit (2000, N64DD) • Mario Artist: Polygon Studio (2000, N64DD) Mario's Bombs Away (1983, G&W) • Yoshi's Safari (1993, SNES) • Undake30 Same Game (1995, SFC) • Mario's Game Gallery (1995, MS-DOS) • Mario's Picross (1995, GB) • Mario's Super Picross (1995, SFC) • Donkey Kong (slot machine) (1996, Arcade) • Picross 2 (1996, GB) • Excitebike: Bun Bun Mario Battle Stadium (1997, Satellaview) • Mario's FUNdamentals (1998, Windows) • Picross NP (1999-2000, SFC) • Super Mario Fushigi no Janjan Land (2003, Arcade) • Mario Pinball Land (2004, GBA) • Yakuman DS (2005, NDS) • Dance Dance Revolution: Mario Mix (2005, GCN) • Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (2014, Wii U) Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (2018, NS/3DS) [ Edit] Nintendo DS games Mario franchise Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story • Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games • Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games • Mario Hoops 3-on-3 • Mario Kart DS • Mario Party DS • Mario vs. Donkey Kong 2: March of the Minis • Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Mini-Land Mayhem! • New Super Mario Bros. • Super Mario 64 DS Yoshi franchise Yoshi's Island DS • Yoshi Touch & Go Wario franchise Wario: Master of Disguise • WarioWare: D. I. Y. • WarioWare: Touched! Donkey Kong franchise DK: Jungle Climber • Diddy Kong Racing DS DSiWare Ball • Bird & Beans • Chef • Donkey Kong Jr. • Dr. Mario Express • Flagman • Helmet • Judge • Manhole • Mario Calculator • Mario Clock • Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Minis March Again! • Mario's Cement Factory • Paper Airplane Chase • Vermin • WarioWare: Snapped! Game & Watch Collection • Itadaki Street DS • Super Princess Peach • Tetris DS • Yakuman DS.
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