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  • Mario Party (マリオパーティ, Mario Pāti) es un videojuego para la consola Nintendo 64, también disponible para sus sucesoras Game Boy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS, Wii , Nintendo 3DS y Wii U con garantías de perdurar en el futuro de sus creadores, Nintendo. Mario Party es el primero de una amplia galería de videojuegos del tipo "juego de tablero" con la creatividad de Nintendo, empleando las características del clásico en los videojuegos Mario Bros. Fue lanzado en Europa el 9 de marzo de 1999, después de Norte América el 8 de febrero de 1999 y después de Japón el 18 de diciembre de 1998. El juego dispone de varias versiones llegando a tener 7 partes distintas que para las distintas consolas, llegaron a realizar hasta 9 juegos en 6 años.
  • Mario Party is the first game in the Mario Party series with Wario as one of the playable characters.
  • Mario Party (マリオパーティ, Mario Pāti) es un videojuego para la consola Nintendo 64 , también disponible para sus sucesoras Game Boy Advance, Gamecube, Nintendo DS, Wii y Nintendo 3DS con garantías de perdurar en el futuro de sus creadores, Nintendo. Mario Party es el primero de una amplia galería de videojuegos del tipo "juego de tablero" con la creatividad de Nintendo, empleando las características del clásico en los videojuegos Mario Bros. Fue lanzado en Europa el 9 de marzo de 1999, después de Norte América el 8 de febrero de 1999 y después de Japón el 18 de diciembre de 1998. El juego dispone de varias versiones llegando a tener 7 partes distintas que para las distintas consolas, llegaron a realizar hasta 9 juegos en 6 años.
  • Ici, on trouve le vocabulaire des sits de Mario Party.
  • Mario Party is a video-game based on board games, and the first installment in the hit series. In this game, choose one of the six characters to play as, choose a board to play on, and then play and move around it. As you progress, you can collect coins and various items to help during your quest of finding Stars. It can take 20 coins to buy a star. The game's successor was Mario Party 2.
  • Mario Party is a spinoff series for the Mario franchise, where Mario and crew partake in an assortment of minigames. They have all been developed by Hudson until recently when Nd Cube picked up the franchise after Hudson was sold to Konami. The series has sold roughly 40 million units.
  • What sets this game apart from others is the mini-games that follow each round. The players will be grouped together in groups of two, three against one, or everyone for themselves. They then compete in a game that tests their reflexes, puzzle solving skills, or plain luck. The winners will be awarded coins and, unlike later games in the series, the losers lose five coins each. Players may also steal as many coins as they can from each other. Both of these features were removed in future installments for being too harsh.
  • Mario Party is a game that was released on the Nintendo 64, and is the first game in the "party" genre. In the game, players go across a board filled with themes and events. Once all the players have moved, a mini game will start, and whomever wins will get a certain amount of coins. The goal of the game is to get the most stars, which can be bought with coins. The minigames are the highlight of the game. The game has 50 minigames. Each minigame can be found here.
  • This was a forum that was open for a few days after the release of Super Mario Galaxy. The party also included the temporary sale of a SMG-Party Badge, and Tippi was replaced with a Luma from the game. This forum fell into the Digital Sea, but a permanent discussion forum now exists for the game.
  • Mario Party ist ein Videospiel, das auf einem Brettspiel basiert. Es ist das erste Mario Party Spiel der Serie. Die Spieler können sich einen von sechs Charakteren aussuchen und mit diesem das Spielbrett überqueren. Auf ihren Weg um das Spielbrett, sammeln sie Münzen, welche ihnen auf der Jagd nach den Sternen helfen.
  • Mario Party is a sacrificing ceremony (disguised as a board game) where the characters are Mario, Luigi, Bowser, Peach, Toad, Jackie Chan's Father and a super rare George W. Bush. To win in this game the player had to get the most coins. The board game was later turned into a videogame series starting with Mario Party the Game. Note that this game was famous for it's crappyness. It was later buried in a desert along with copies of some game starring an alien and a kid.
  • The ruling Government of Sydney, the Mario Party swept to power in Late December 1998 after an election victory that took even its creators by surprise, voters having been taken in by promises of "a board game revolution" and "over 60 exciting mini-games". The euphoria felt at their new-found power was short-lived, however, as the first motion the party passed was an unequivocal disaster, and free gloves had to be handed out to children across the land to help heal their scarred thumbs. The Mario Party lists the years they have been in power sequentially, and this convention is mirrored in the article.
  • This long-running series of multiplayer games for Nintendo 64, Game Cube, Game Boy Advance, Wii, and DS, developed by Hudson Soft but published by Nintendo (though since Hudson's acquisition by Konami, the 9th game is developed by Nd Cube, developers of Wii Party) combines a board-game motif with various competitive mini-games. Besides Mario, Luigi and their friends, some of the enemies from Super Mario Bros.. are playable characters in the Mario Party series. About a dozen Mario Party games have been released so far: nine on home consoles, one on the Game Boy Advance, one for the e-Reader (actually a non-collectible card game with included minigames), one on the Nintendo DS, and two in arcades.
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  • Gaming
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  • 1999-03-09
Danach
  • Mario Party 2
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  • inactif
Lanzamiento
  • 9
  • 18
CERO
  • A
Saga
  • Mario Party
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  • 1999-02-08
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  • 1999-03-09
Plataforma
system1JP
  • 1998-12-18
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Nombre
  • Mario Party
Fondateur
  • Yann98
Platform
Series
  • Mario Party
Logo
Nummer
  • 2
USK
  • 0
Genre
  • Party
  • Partyspiel
Type
  • Game
Ratings
  • ESRB: E
Caption
  • The North American boxart.
  • North American box cover.
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Publicante
Artikel des Monats
  • Mai 2012
Adopte
  • MtaÄ
Spielserie
  • Mario Party Serie
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  • Mario Party 2
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PEGI
  • 3
fix
  • a
Song
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPuTtvC-WBk
Foto
  • 250
Pregame
  • N/A
System
  • Nintendo 64
Class
  • B
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  • G
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  • E
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Modes
  • Single Player, Multiplayer
Release
  • --12-18
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  • Mario Party
  • x
  • Mario Party series of the same name
Developer
Rating
  • x
Publisher
Wiki
  • fr.marioparty
Género
  • Party
Bild
  • Verpackung Mario Party .jpg
Spielmodi
  • 1
Entwickler
  • Hudson Soft
fechaamérica
  • 1999-02-08
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  • 1999-03-09
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  • 1998-12-18
Jugadores
  • 1
Date de Début
  • 1
consola
  • Nintendo 64
Lesenswerter Artikel
  • Ja
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  • Mario Party (マリオパーティ, Mario Pāti) es un videojuego para la consola Nintendo 64, también disponible para sus sucesoras Game Boy Advance, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo DS, Wii , Nintendo 3DS y Wii U con garantías de perdurar en el futuro de sus creadores, Nintendo. Mario Party es el primero de una amplia galería de videojuegos del tipo "juego de tablero" con la creatividad de Nintendo, empleando las características del clásico en los videojuegos Mario Bros. Fue lanzado en Europa el 9 de marzo de 1999, después de Norte América el 8 de febrero de 1999 y después de Japón el 18 de diciembre de 1998. El juego dispone de varias versiones llegando a tener 7 partes distintas que para las distintas consolas, llegaron a realizar hasta 9 juegos en 6 años.
  • Mario Party is the first game in the Mario Party series with Wario as one of the playable characters.
  • Mario Party ist ein Videospiel, das auf einem Brettspiel basiert. Es ist das erste Mario Party Spiel der Serie. Die Spieler können sich einen von sechs Charakteren aussuchen und mit diesem das Spielbrett überqueren. Auf ihren Weg um das Spielbrett, sammeln sie Münzen, welche ihnen auf der Jagd nach den Sternen helfen. Was dieses Spiel von anderen unterscheidet ist, dass es nach jeder Runde ein Minispiel gibt. Die Spieler spielen entweder zu zweit zusammen, drei gegen einen, oder alle für sich. In so einem Minispiel werden die Reflexe getestet, die Fähigkeit Rätsel zu lösen oder ihr pures Glück. Der Gewinner erhält Münzen während der Verlierer eventuell welche verliert.
  • Mario Party (マリオパーティ, Mario Pāti) es un videojuego para la consola Nintendo 64 , también disponible para sus sucesoras Game Boy Advance, Gamecube, Nintendo DS, Wii y Nintendo 3DS con garantías de perdurar en el futuro de sus creadores, Nintendo. Mario Party es el primero de una amplia galería de videojuegos del tipo "juego de tablero" con la creatividad de Nintendo, empleando las características del clásico en los videojuegos Mario Bros. Fue lanzado en Europa el 9 de marzo de 1999, después de Norte América el 8 de febrero de 1999 y después de Japón el 18 de diciembre de 1998. El juego dispone de varias versiones llegando a tener 7 partes distintas que para las distintas consolas, llegaron a realizar hasta 9 juegos en 6 años.
  • Ici, on trouve le vocabulaire des sits de Mario Party.
  • The ruling Government of Sydney, the Mario Party swept to power in Late December 1998 after an election victory that took even its creators by surprise, voters having been taken in by promises of "a board game revolution" and "over 60 exciting mini-games". The euphoria felt at their new-found power was short-lived, however, as the first motion the party passed was an unequivocal disaster, and free gloves had to be handed out to children across the land to help heal their scarred thumbs. The Mario Party lists the years they have been in power sequentially, and this convention is mirrored in the article. Mario Party 2 (1999-2000 Re-elected to a sizable majority, the members of the Party took to wearing fancy dress on the claims it "aided concentration", a move rescinded in the next year after wide-spread opposition. Mario Party 2 was the term where alliterative place names were demanded as law, so that The Leaning Tower of Pisa became the "Tumbling Tower", The Sistine Chapel "Mike's Mad Mural", and Venice "Criss-Cross Canal". The anger provoked by these changes was overpowered to some extent by the Italian economy, which was the strongest this year than in any other where the Party was in power so far.
  • Mario Party is a video-game based on board games, and the first installment in the hit series. In this game, choose one of the six characters to play as, choose a board to play on, and then play and move around it. As you progress, you can collect coins and various items to help during your quest of finding Stars. It can take 20 coins to buy a star. The game's successor was Mario Party 2.
  • Mario Party is a spinoff series for the Mario franchise, where Mario and crew partake in an assortment of minigames. They have all been developed by Hudson until recently when Nd Cube picked up the franchise after Hudson was sold to Konami. The series has sold roughly 40 million units.
  • Mario Party is a sacrificing ceremony (disguised as a board game) where the characters are Mario, Luigi, Bowser, Peach, Toad, Jackie Chan's Father and a super rare George W. Bush. To win in this game the player had to get the most coins. To get coins characters had to steal coins from players. No, not literally, they had to steal fake money. Every player started with 384398 Fake Coins NOT real ones got it?? To steal the FAKE coins (notice I said fake) the player had to land in "Oh My Stinkin' Money" spaces. Then the player could steal FAKE coins. To get the REAL coins, the player must enter a cheat code. The board game was later turned into a videogame series starting with Mario Party the Game. Note that this game was famous for it's crappyness. It was later buried in a desert along with copies of some game starring an alien and a kid.
  • This long-running series of multiplayer games for Nintendo 64, Game Cube, Game Boy Advance, Wii, and DS, developed by Hudson Soft but published by Nintendo (though since Hudson's acquisition by Konami, the 9th game is developed by Nd Cube, developers of Wii Party) combines a board-game motif with various competitive mini-games. Besides Mario, Luigi and their friends, some of the enemies from Super Mario Bros.. are playable characters in the Mario Party series. About a dozen Mario Party games have been released so far: nine on home consoles, one on the Game Boy Advance, one for the e-Reader (actually a non-collectible card game with included minigames), one on the Nintendo DS, and two in arcades. The basic format of the game has mostly remained the same. Four players (Computers filling in if there aren't enough human players) take turns rolling dice to move across one of several themed boards, with the ultimate goal of obtaining Stars, which are classically obtained by a player who reaches a Star Space and buys a star for 20 Coins, after which the Star Space is moved to a random location on the board. After all players have had their turn, a mini-game begins. The players are placed on Blue or Red teams based on what spaces they had landed on (Green players are randomly marked Blue or Red) and a roulette begins to pick a game. The winner(s) of these games are typically awarded with 10 coins (in the first Mario Party the loser(s) may lose coins), although there are special games where the goal is to collect coins, in which case everyone gets to take however many coins they collected in the game with them. Mario Party 9 changed the board game concept to have one ship that all the players take turns captaining. Mini-games only start when a mini-game space is landed on (and sometimes at random on blue spaces). Coins are gone, and stars are replaced with mini-stars, which are collected several at a time both on the board and in mini-games. All of the games (With the exception of 1, 2, and 6) include some form of Single-Player campaign, which typically involves playing against computers on the game boards, but the mechanics may be slightly different.
  • What sets this game apart from others is the mini-games that follow each round. The players will be grouped together in groups of two, three against one, or everyone for themselves. They then compete in a game that tests their reflexes, puzzle solving skills, or plain luck. The winners will be awarded coins and, unlike later games in the series, the losers lose five coins each. Players may also steal as many coins as they can from each other. Both of these features were removed in future installments for being too harsh.
  • Mario Party is a game that was released on the Nintendo 64, and is the first game in the "party" genre. In the game, players go across a board filled with themes and events. Once all the players have moved, a mini game will start, and whomever wins will get a certain amount of coins. The goal of the game is to get the most stars, which can be bought with coins. The minigames are the highlight of the game. The game has 50 minigames. Each minigame can be found here.
  • This was a forum that was open for a few days after the release of Super Mario Galaxy. The party also included the temporary sale of a SMG-Party Badge, and Tippi was replaced with a Luma from the game. This forum fell into the Digital Sea, but a permanent discussion forum now exists for the game.
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