Dice Block Space
If a player lands on this particular space, a Dice Block appears above the player's head, giving the player to have another turn of moving onto spaces without using a single Mushroom. The player continues going onto spaces until the player lands on a different space other than the Dice Block Space.
In Mario Party 9 this space's purpose is no longer what its purpose is in Mario Party Advance and the space has the appearance of a Blue Space. Instead of the Captain landing on the space getting an extra roll with the Dice Block, it gives the Captain 0-1 Dice Block, a 1-2-3 Dice Block, a 4-5-6 Dice Block, a 1-10 Dice Block, or a Slow Dice Block. It may also contain Mini Stars that the Captain will obtain, or it might trigger a Free-for-All minigame as if the player landed on a Free-for-All Space.
The Dice Block Space return in Mario Party 10 with the same effect as in Mario Party 9 although now it does activate a wheel and the player gets the corresponding Dice Block instead of being totally random. It appears in all three board-based modes of the game, though it has a different appearance in the amiibo Party mode.
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