Mario Party 7

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Mario Party 7
Developer(s) Hudson Soft
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Nintendo GameCube
Release date USA November 7, 2005
Japan November 10, 2005
Europe February 10, 2006
Australia June 8, 2006
UK July 7, 2006
Genre Party
ESRB:ESRB E.svg - Everyone
PEGI:PEGI 3.svg - Three years and older
CERO:CERO A.png - All ages
ACB:ACB PG.svg - Parental guidance
Mode(s) 1-8 players
Media CD icon.png Optical disc

Mario Party 7 is the seventh home console installment, the fourth and final installment for the Nintendo GameCube system, and the eighth installment in the Mario Party series. It was first released in North America and Japan in late 2005, before being released in Europe, Australia, and the United Kingdom in early to mid-2006. In this game, Mario and the gang, using the MSS Sea Star, go vacationing to locations based on landmarks on Earth. However, Bowser is not invited on the cruise and decides to cause trouble for Mario and his friends.

The game has a unique feature to allow up to eight players to join the party, with two players each sharing a controller.


From the Mario Party 7 Instruction booklet:

TOADSWORTH: Oh, I say! Hello there! It's me, Toadsworth! Yes, yes, let me tell you about what happened recently. You see, Mario and his friends are always busy fighting evil and saving the world and so forth, so I offered him a chance to come on a cruise around the world! Oh ho! Splendid! But in doing so, I apparently made that rogue Bowser somewhat angry. Let me tell you what he said...

BOWSER: "This makes me MAAAAD!! GRRRAAAA!! They're going on a vacation... AND NOT TAKING ME! They want a fun vacation? I'll give them a fun vacation! And by that, I mean NO FUN AT ALL! I'll find those chumps and wreck their good times! Bwa ha ha ha!"

TOADSWORTH: Great Kippers! That King Koopa has never been that angry! Who knows what he'll do? But chin up, old bean! We won't let him ruin our good times, right? Right!
The playable characters about to embark on their cruise.

Toadsworth has invited Mario and all his friends to go on a luxury cruise around the world. However, Toadsworth invited everyone except for one person, Bowser. Furious at being omitted, the Koopa King vows revenge. When the cruise ship MSS Sea Star arrives at its first destination, the passengers discover that Bowser has turned their vacation paradise into a stress-filled madhouse.

The goal is to gather stars, but each board requires one to do that in a different way. For instance, people must buy a star at Pagoda Peak, if they have enough coins. In Neon Heights, one must pay coins to open a treasure box. One might find a star — or something far less desirable. Also, in Bowser's Enchanted Inferno, players may be on their way to getting a star, but end up not getting it and losing half of their coins. In Solo Cruise, some boards do not involve purchasing stars, but stealing them.

After conquering the boards, the player enters Bowser's Castle for their final showdown against Bowser, in which they eventually are able to use the power of the Stars they gathered to send Bowser and the Koopa Kid crashing down. The epilogue sees the duo landing on a tiny island with a tree and feeling dizzy afterwards until they catch sight of the player, who is waving at the duo from aboard the MSS Sea Star as Bowser says that "he won't forget this".


Basic Rules[edit]

Mario Party 7 features game boards on which players and CPU characters move around on spaces similar to a board game. Players roll the Dice Block with numbers from one to ten to advance on the board. At the beginning of the game, the turn order is determined by a Dice Block roll. Each player starts off with ten coins, and the number of coins is affected by the spaces that the player lands on after their turn. For example, landing on a Blue Space will give a player three coins, while landing on a Red Space will take three coins away. The boards feature a variety of spaces that have different effects, and players can collect items known as Orbs or buy them at shops. The items can be used to have different effects.

The main objective of any Mario Party game is to gain Stars that are located at a special location in the level. In Mario Party 7, each board offers its unique way to obtain stars. For example, on Grand Canal, the Star will appear on a random location on the board, and the first player to get to the Star can buy it with 20 coins. Then, the location of the Star is randomized again. In Pagoda Peak, the star is always at the peak of the mountain, and its price varies from 10 to 40 coins. After a Star is bought, the price increases until it hits 40, and after that it resets to ten.

After each player has completed his or her turn, a mini-game is played. The type of the mini-game is determined by the colors of the spaces that the players ended their turn on. When all colors match, a four-player free-for-all mini-game is played, otherwise there is a 1vs3 or a 2vs2 minigame. In Mario Party 7, minigames might involve clearing action courses, solving puzzles faster than the other players, or fighting against each other. Several mini-games use the Nintendo GameCube Microphone that is shipped with the game and plugs into Memory Card Slot B. Players can play microphone minigames without the device by adjusting the game settings.

A new addition to the game is Bowser Time. After each turn, a special gauge will appear on the screen to tell the player when that time comes. When the gauge is all filled up, then it's Bowser Time. During this special event, Bowser will come to the board and cause trouble in various ways. This special event happens every five turns.

At the end of every game, Toadsworth announces the game's current Star count and final coin count. After that, there will be Bonus Stars for the players who did the best during the match and then, the final tally is announced and the player with the most Stars overall, wins the match. If there is a tie for Stars, then whoever has the most coins will win. If a tie occurs with Stars and coins, then the winner is decided with a Dice Block roll.

One change has been made to Tag Battle in Mario Party 7. Unlike previous installments, where both players in a team moved separately, in this game, both players in a team move at the same time by hitting two Dice Blocks from 1-5. Also, both players may be able to participate in certain board events by landing on a Green Space.


Each party in the Party Cruise mode or Special Cruise mode can be played with different options.

  • Turns: The number of turns that the game takes to be finished can be set between 10 and 50 turns in 5 turn intervals.
  • Mini-games: By default, all available mini-games are played. Players can restrict the mini-games to only being Family games, Action games, Technical games, or Bizarre games.
  • Bonus Stars: Optionally, there are three Bonus Stars awarded at the end of the game. The three Bonus Stars are randomly awarded for six of the following achievements:
  • Mini-Game Star: Most coins earned in mini-games.
  • Action Star: Most Green Spaces landed on.
  • Orb Star: Most Orbs used.
  • Shopping Star: Most coins used to buy Orbs.
  • Red Star: Most Red Spaces landed on.
  • Running Star: Most spaces walked over in total.
  • Team Settings: The game offers 4 player free-for-all, 2vs2 team play and 2vs2vs2vs2 team play (in 8 player mode). When playing as a team, players in a team share their turns and each roll a Dice Block (it has numbers from 1 to 5), and they share all items, coins, and stars.

Playable characters[edit]

The character select screen showing all characters available.

All characters from Mario Party 6 save Koopa Kid return, who instead hosts the Koopa Kid Spaces. Newcomers are Birdo and Dry Bones, the two unlockable characters of Mario Party 7. In order to unlock them, the player has to spend 2,000 Cruise Mileage Points, 1,000 for Birdo and 1,000 for Dry Bones, at the Duty-Free Shop.

Default Partners[edit]

  • Mario and Luigi
  • Princess Peach and Princess Daisy
  • Wario and Waluigi
  • Toad and Toadette
  • Yoshi and Birdo
  • Boo and Dry Bones

NOTE: Each pair of partners have their own special orbs, much like the character items in Mario Kart Double Dash!!. Before Birdo and Dry Bones are unlocked, Yoshi and Boo are considered default partners, but they share different orbs.

Team Names[edit]

Team Pictures 7.png
  • Team Dolphin
  • Team Seagull
  • Team Tuna
  • Team Mollusk


Board Name Description
Gcanal.jpg Grand Canal Grand Canal is an Italian-themed board. Here, singing Shy Guys appear and are in charge of the Orb Shops and attractions. Landing on the Green Space near the start makes the player do a coin game, where the Shy Guys throw coins and Spiny eggs at them. Landing on the Green Spaces near the gondola house makes a Singing Shy Guy come out asking if they wanted a ride. Accepting this takes the player to the gondola house on the other side of the board, collecting coins (and avoiding Spinies) on the way. The Green Space on what looks like the leaning tower of Pisa causes the tower to lean over, dropping players in the water, where Cheep-Cheep squirts them back to start. And the Green Space in front of the juggling Blooper activates a guessing game, where Blooper juggles four chests that contain either a Star, ten coins, or a Dark Star (which took away a Star if picked).
Pagoda Peak - Mario Party 7.png Pagoda Peak Pagoda Peak is a Chinese-themed board. An old Koopa, named Koopa Master, lives at the top of the mountain. He will sell a character who reaches the peak of the mountain a Star for the amount of coins shown above his house (10, 20, 30 or 40). Each time someone buys a Star from him, the price of each additional Star will go up by ten coins (to a maximum of forty coins; after that, it restarts).

Landing on the Green Space near the start lets Toadsworth ask if the player wants to use one of his bottle rockets. The player chooses which one to ride on. Then, upon being tied, the chosen rocket flies to a higher part of the board or a lower part of the board. Landing on a Green Spaces next to one of the Gongs of Fate makes Master Koopa appear and let the player bash the gong to change the price of the current Star. He then gives them coins. The Green Space next to Kung Fu Falls makes Master Koopa appear again to let the player try and grab coins that appear from the falls. If a player gets all the coins that comes, Master Koopa gives a Star. The Green Space next to the Burning Rock makes players try and fan out the flames with a large fan. They can get coins, or even a Star, depending on how fast they put the flames out. Finally, landing on the Green Space on the Chinese dragon's tongue takes players in its mouth to spit-shoot them out in blue flames, sending them back to start. There is a building about halfway through the board that consists of three consecutive Duel Spaces.

Ppark.jpg Pyramid Park Pyramid Park is an Egyptian-themed board. There are three Chain Chomps on the right side of the board that let players ride on it for a price of ten coins for one Dice Block (or 20 for two), and a big Red Chomp on the left side located at the top that lets players use three Dice Blocks for ten coins. A Whomp is also here blocking the path to the Bowser Sphinx and charges ten coins to have players pass. Landing on the Green Space in front of the oasis lets players swim in it while Desert Goombas threw out coins. However, alligators are in there too, and any player that get bitten lose coins, and has to retrieve them again. Stepping on the Green Space in front of the Bowser Sphinx awoke it, then accuses the player of trying to steal its treasure. It then puts a "curse" on the player, which really divides all the players' coins evenly (like a Bowser Revolution from previous installments). The two Green Spaces above the quicksand on either side of the board cause all players on the spaces above the quicksand to sink in. The players are then spat out on the other side of the board. The Green Space in front of the jars make Monty Mole come out, asking the player if they want to hit a few cobras. Accepting engages a coin game, where the player hits cobras by using the Control Stick to change direction, and the A Button button to attack. The player gets a coin for every cobra, but if they hit Monty, the game ends.
Neon Heights - Mario Party 7.png Neon Heights Neon Heights is an American-themed board. On this board there are three Treasure Chests, which appear in random spots. If a player reaches a chest, Koopa Kid offers to open it for 10 coins. One chest contains a Star, another 20 coins, and the other one contains a Bob-omb, which blasts the player back to Start.

Once the Star has been purchased, three new chests appear. This board may have been under secret control of Bowser, because he and Koopa Kid claim that the chests and Stars belong to him. Additionally there is a toll gate, where Koopa Kid stops players to ask them to pay 10 coins to take the path he is blocking.

At the top of the board is the rocket ship. When players land on the Green Space in front of it, a Shy Guy comes asking if they want to "shoot for the stars". Accepting lets the player pump fuel into the rocket until time is called. Then, the player enters the ship, and starts to travel upward into the starry sky, collecting coins along the way, and possibly even a Star if they make it to the top. Landing on the Green Space in the middle of the board. Here, a Shy Guy lets players play a matching game, where they have to match as many panels as they could before they miss to get coins. Matching all the panels makes Shy Guy award the player with a Star, but if they picked the Bowser panel, Shy Guy reluctantly took 10 coins away from them. The Green Space near the Mario statue makes an UFO come and scramble the locations of the chests.

Windmillville - Mario Party 7.png Windmillville Windmillville is a Dutch-themed board. The goal of this board is to buy as many windmills as possible, for each one contained a number of Stars. The red windmills are worth one Star, the green windmills located at both corners of the stage have two, and the big yellow windmill located in the center of the board has three. Players have to deposit coins to own a windmill and its Stars, but opponents can buy them off by depositing more coins than the previous owner. The stage is full of interchangeable paths that shift every time a character passes through paths of special tulips. A character can also choose to ride a floating flower for ten coins. This will transport the character to a random stump on the board.
MP7 Bowser'sEnchantedInferno!.jpg Bowser's Enchanted Inferno! In Solo Mode, players have to beat their opponent by getting a Star the old-fashioned way, then race back to start. Bowser then appears to take the player to his castle to play the mini-game Bowser's Lovely Lift!. Winning that wins the game, and unlocks Bowser's board to be played in Party Mode. Players that land on the Green Space next to the pedestals over the lava have to play the "Happy Hopscotch Grounds" game, where a player has to jump over three sets of two pedestals. For each set, one of the pedestals sinks in the lava if stepped on, making players lose 10 coins. If the player makes it across safely, they win a Star. On the left island, landing on the Green Space next to the roller coaster lets players ride on it and collect coins as it goes down to the lower part of the island. The Green Space on the bottom of that island makes Klepto appear, taking the Star to another location. The Green Space in front of the Mecha Bowser flamethrower causes it to fry everyone nearby for 10 coins. The ? Spaces on the left and right sides of the top island make players fight Koopa Kid in a sumo match. Pushing him off the platform award players 20 coins, but they lose 10 if Koopa Kid shoves them off first. Every island has a Green Space next to a cannon, where if landed on, Koopa Kid appears and threw the player in. They are then blasted to another island on the board.


Space Description
SpaceBlue7.png Blue Space When players lands on this space, they receive three coins. On the last four turns event, the coins players receive get multiplied by three if the losing player stops the roulette wheel on this event.
SpaceRed7.png Red Space When players land on this space, they lose three coins. On the last four turns event, the coins player lose get multiplied by three if the losing player stops the roulette wheel on this event.
SpaceHappening7.png Green Space When the player lands on this space, an event happens. The event varies on location and board. The event may help or hinder the player or everyone.
SpaceBowser7.png Bowser Space When the player lands on this space, Bowser appears and starts a Bowser minigame that can usually hinder the player who lands on this space or everyone.
SpaceDonkey7.png Donkey Kong Space When the player lands on this space, Donkey Kong appears and starts a minigame where everyone can collect bananas for coins. The events may help the player or everyone.
SpaceDuel7.png Duel Space When the player lands on this space, the player chooses who to duel with. After the opponent has chosen, a Duel minigame starts and if the player wins, the loser gives coins to the winner, the amount decided by a dice block roll.
SpaceMic.png Mic Space Toadsworth will appear and start a Mic-Mini Game. If the player does not have a GameCube Mic connected, they will have to play with the controllers.
Space KoopaKid MP7.png Koopa Kid Space Whenever someone lands on a Koopa Kid Space, Koopa Kid will appear and do things such as a Bowser Revolution or Bowser Shuffle.

There is also a Coin Block Area that are only in Solo mode.


There are five types of orbs in the game.

Self Orbs[edit]

Self Orbs have a green shell and are used on the player.

Orb Description
Mushroom Orb.JPG Mushroom Orb Move using 2 Dice Blocks!
Goldshroomorb.jpg Super 'Shroom Orb Move using 3 Dice Blocks!
Metal Mushroom Orb.JPG Metal Mushroom Orb Encase yourself in metal and move without being harmed by rivals' roadblocks.
Sluggish 'Shroom Orb.JPG Slow 'Shroom Orb The Slow 'Shroom Orb slows the dice roll, making it easier to get the desired number on the dice block.
Flutter Orb.JPG Flutter Orb The player summons Flutter and takes the player to the Star Space. The player still has to pay 20 coins to buy a Star. (Grand Canal and Bowser's Enchanted Inferno! only.)
Cannon Orb.JPG Cannon Orb Only found in Pagoda Peak. The Cannon Orb launches the somewhere random, usually upward. Once used the player continues their turn like normal.
Lakitu Orb.JPG Lakitu Orb Lakitu Orb, which could only be found on the board Neon Heights. Players could only use it on themselves, summoning Lakitu to steal a Treasure Chest from Koopa Kid. However, like the players, Lakitu doesn't know if it contains a Star, coins, or a Bob-omb. He picks completely randomly.
Snack Orb2.JPG Snack Orb Snack Orb is only found in Pyramid Park. The effect is for players to use on themselves, and it protects them for three turns.

Thrown Orbs[edit]

Thrown Orbs are thrown on a space. Happenings are executed only if the player lands on it. The thrown orbs' shell color is yellow. These orbs have an effect on a player who lands on the space. If the owner lands on the space, they will receive five coins. During the last five turn events, they may receive 15 coins if the coin's ×3 roulette is chosen. The orb will also stay on the board as long as no one replaces the orb.

Orb Description
Mr. Blizzard Orb2.JPG Mr. Blizzard Orb When an opposing player lands on this space, Mr. Blizzard will appear and crush the player. They will lose all of their orbs. Nothing happens if the player has no orbs.
Hammer Bro. Orb.JPG Hammer Bro Orb Take 10 coins from any opponent who lands on it.
Kamek Orb.JPG Kamek Orb Opponents that landed on a space containing the orb summoned Kamek, who used his magic to give control three of the Character Spaces they placed on the board to the owner of space opponents landed on.
Spear Guy Orb.JPG Spear Guy Orb Any foe who lands on it must give coins to the opponent that tossed the Spear Guy Orb on to the space, equal to a Dice Block roll: 5, 10, 20 or 30.
Bandit Orb.JPG Bandit Orb Only found in Windmillville. Opponents that land on a space containing the orb make Bandit appear at one of the windmills with some of their coins saved in there. Bandit will steal their coins from that windmill and give them to the owner of the space.
Toady Orb.JPG Toady Orb Opponents that land on spaces that containing the orb makes a Toady appear and randomly takes one of the player's orbs, using it immediately under the owner of the Toady Orb's name. Nothing will happen if the player has no orbs.
Piranha Plant Orb2.JPG Piranha Plant Orb When an opposing player lands on this space, a Piranha Plant gobbles up the player. The player will then lose half of their coins. The owner will receive those coins.
Pink Boo Orb.JPG Pink Boo Orb If an opposing player lands on a space containing the orb, a Pink Boo will appear. It will then relieve the victim of a Star or several coins and give it to whoever planted the trap.

Roadblock Orbs[edit]

Roadblock Orbs are red orbs that are thrown. They are triggered when an opposing player passes it and disappear once triggered.

Orb Description
Zap Orb2.JPG Zap Orb Any foe who passes it loses 3 coins for every space he moves past it.
Thwomp Orb2.JPG Thwomp Orb When an opposing player passes this space, a Thwomp will appear and crush the player, stopping them on that space they just passed.
Spiny Orb2.JPG Spiny Orb Opponents who pass it lose ten coins to Spiny Shells (similar to Mario Party 6 but the owner of the roadblock doesn't get the lost coins).
Tweester Orb.JPG Tweester Orb When an opposing player passes this space, a Tweester will appear and takes the player somewhere else on the board.
Warp Pipe Orb2.JPG Warp Pipe Orb Opponents who pass this space enter a Warp Pipe, and are sent back to the space they were at when their turn started.
BobombOrb.PNG Bob-omb Orb It is only found in Pagoda Peak. Opponents that passed this space made a Bob-omb blow up on them, sending them down to a lower part of the board.

Character Orbs[edit]

Character Orbs are orbs that only can be used by a specific pair. Their shells are blue.

Orb Exclusively Used By Description
Fireball Orb.JPG Fireball Orb Mario and Luigi When used, the user of the orb will be surrounded by fireballs and any opponent that comes in its way will have fireballs thrown at them, stealing 10 Coins from them. The effect of this orb lasts for three turns.
Flower Orb.JPG Flower Orb Princess Peach and Princess Daisy When used, the player receives three Coins for each space they pass on their roll of the Dice Block, and bypasses any roadblock traps for that turn.
Egg Orb.JPG Egg Orb Yoshi and Birdo The Egg Orb is an orb that can only be used by Yoshi and Birdo. Its effect is that when the player takes their turn, they remove any Character Spaces that they cross. When their turn is done, the spaces are turned into orbs that Yoshi and Birdo can use. The Egg Orb is also practical in the elimination of Koopa Kid Spaces.
Vaccum Orb.JPG Vacuum Orb Wario and Waluigi When used, a vacuum machine will appear and sucks coins (amount determined by the roulette wheel) from the other opponents.
Magic Orb.png Magic Orb Boo and Dry Bones It doubles the number rolled on the Dice Block and turns the character invisible, allowing it to bypass all roadblock traps on the board. The orb's effect lasts for two turns. It shows a wand inside the orb.
Normal ball-mushroom.jpg Triple 'Shroom Orb Toad & Toadette When used, allows the player to roll twice like a normal Mushroom Orb, but the effect lasts for three turns.

Other Orbs[edit]

Other Orbs are orbs that are automatically thrown when somebody receives it. They're colored violet.

Orb Description
Koopa Kid Orb.JPG Koopa Kid Orb / Mini-Bowser Orb The Koopa Kid Orb is a special Orb. When a player gets it, a Koopa Kid appears and uses it instantly to create a new Koopa Kid Space. There were two ways of getting a Koopa Kid Orb: from the Orb Space, or from Bowser's Shop after he replaces an Orb Shop.


Main article: List of Mario Party 7 minigames

Mario Party 7 has 88 minigames, the most of any Mario Party game to date. These include the traditional 4-player minigames, 1-vs.-3 minigames, 2-vs.-2 minigames, duel minigames, and battle minigames. Similarly to its predecessor, it employs the Nintendo GameCube Microphone for several 4-player and 1-vs.-3 minigames. Unique to this game are 8-player minigames. This game also includes DK minigames and Bowser minigames, both of which have three each of single-player and four-player minigames. Finally, there are two rare minigames and one boss minigame, which is categorized as a Bowser minigame.

Minigame Cruise[edit]

The Minigame Cruise

There are six ways to play minigame cruise:

  • Free Play Sub - Players are able to play any unlocked minigame they choose. They may also obtain 2 rare minigames by purchasing them in the Duty-Free Shop, only be played in the Free Play Sub.
  • Volcano Peril - As the name suggests, this mode takes place in a volcano. After picking the number of victories (3, 5, 7) and the type of minigames (4-Player, 2 vs. 2, 1 vs. 3), the four characters race from some bolts. After each game, the character(s) who won rise one level. There is no penalty for losing. The first character (or team) to beat the required amount of games wins. They escape(s) from the volcano (by a convenient stairwell) while the others get trapped in the skeleton of a dinosaur of some sort. In the sky, a Shy Guy on an airplane flies back and forth, spewing stars made out of smoke from the back.
  • Waterfall Battle - The player must beat every other player in a duel minigame. Players that lost a minigame have a chance for a comeback victory. The game is won when there are no other players left to battle.
  • Pearl Hunt - Four characters are placed in a capsule underwater while seashells are placed around them. After beating a mini-game, whoever won can select a shell. If it's a pearl with the winner's face on it, that player collects it. However, if it's not the winner's face, the shell will close shut. The player can find mushrooms to choose additional shells in a turn or whirlpools that shuffles the order of the shells. The first one to collect three pearls that have their image on it will appear in a giant shell, while the others are chased around by a shark.
  • Decathlon Castle - Play ten extreme mini-games to earn the most points.
  • King of the River (unlockable) - Solo mini-game cruise. The lone player basically plays mini-games with a limited supply of lives. Each time the player loses a mini-game, one life is lost; if all lives are lost, it's game over. Koopa Kid will show up between 6-10 Minigames, 16-20 Minigames, and 26-30 Minigames with a Multiplayer Bowser minigame. Every five mini-games that the player plays, that player can save their progress. It's also possible to recover any lives that the player has lost, but can't hold more than three lives in their possession. As the player plays through this game mode, they can advance to higher difficulty levels. For each difficulty level cleared, the player will receive a souvenir, which will be placed in the Duty-Free Shop. Winning King of the River on all the skill levels effectively wins the game. The prize received is a star statue and when it is accessed in the Duty Free Shop, where the surprise is the end credits.


Main article: List of Mario Party 7 staff


For this subject's image gallery, see Gallery:Mario Party 7.

Pre-release and unused content[edit]

Main article: List of Mario Party 7 pre-release and unused content


The game received mixed to positive reviews. GameSpot gave it a 6.5/10, saying that the game was a huge improvement. 1UP put an A+ rating for Originality. IGN gave it a 7/10. GameSpot praised the controls, challenging Bowser minigames and more usage of the mic, and mentioned that Mario Party 7 is an actual party because of the use of 8-player modes and that the game really gets the whole family to join in the fun.

References to other games[edit]

References in later games[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese マリオパーティー 7
Mario pātī 7(sebun)
Mario Party 7
Spanish (NOA) Mario Party 7 -
Spanish (NOE) Mario Party 7 -


  • Like its sequel and Super Paper Mario, Mario Party 7 contains text that is considered inappropriate in the United Kingdom. In Grand Canal, if the player chooses to hear advice about the board from Toadsworth, he will say the following: "The Star will move to another location when someone gets one. What a crafty bugger". Despite this, the game was not recalled or edited and it did not receive a PEGI 12+ rating, unlike other games (such as Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars) that contain this word.
  • This was the last Mario game released for the Nintendo GameCube in Europe and Australia. In Japan and North America, Super Mario Strikers holds this distinction.

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