Talk:Mario Party: Island Tour

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Returning minigames[edit]

In the direct I saw that a minigame similar to the ball minigame in Mario Party 2 (wasn't it?) and a Parachutin' Gallery like minigame. Spiny Shell.pngSuperstarxalien169Spiny Shell Reverse.png 13:40, 17 April 2013 (EDT)

As you said, they may be similar rather than the game returning, it'd be better to wait for more information Yoshi876 (talk) 13:42, 17 April 2013 (EDT)

Image category[edit]

Should we still have an image category, even if it's a working title at this point?

Happy Holidays!YoshiKong (talk · edits) 08:01, 19 April 2013 (EDT)

I dont think we should not have one, since it's a working title.

KP (talk · edits) KP Koopa.PNG 08:12, 19 April 2013 (EDT)

Characters[edit]

Evidence of more characters: http://mariopartylegacy.com/marioparty3ds/characters

SuperZambezi (Talk)

About the characters

Is it confirmed how many characters are in the game? And who is playable or not?
The preceding unsigned comment was added by Luigifan100 (talk).

ESRB, Developer, Release Date[edit]

IGN lists that the ESRB rating is E. And lists the developer as Nintendo. It also lists the Release Date as Q4 2013. Chaossy (talk) 09:35, 29 April 2013 (EDT)

Boards have special mechanics?[edit]

I heard that all Boards will contain their own special rules, like Mario Party Nine, but without the Vehicles. So...is this confirmed?
The preceding unsigned comment was added by Umoria (talk).

Release Date[edit]

The release date on the page is incorrect. The source just shows the number of the month, it isn't the actual date. For example, Pokemon X and Y are release on October 12th but it shows 10 on that page because it's the 10th month, like November is the 11th. I don't think I can change it though. The dates for games which have them are shown in the smaller boxes above. r0ck (Talk)

Fixed it, and in a few days you'll be able to edit everything. Yoshi876 (Talk)

Gamestop says release date Mario Party 3DS[edit]

I was searching through Gamestop.com and it said for Mario Party 3DS that the release date was November 1st.--Mariobro101 (talk) 15:25, 22 July 2013 (EDT)

Sorry, but Gamestop is usually inaccurate and gives out false dates and can not be considered a reliable source. --YoshiwinsMP8.png SuperYoshiBros Chespin.png 17:59, 22 July 2013 (EDT)
Some people say the release will be Nov. 17th, but we'll just have to wait until it's announced. CRode (Talk)

I looked some where once and I saw that it would be released on November 22. Nintendoplayerawesome (Talk)

Box art revealed, characters revealed, release date revealed.[edit]

Check it out. Here's the source.

Confirms a bunch of characters we haven't seen yet, including Yoshi, Waluigi, Boo, Flutter, Shy Guy, Kamek (could also be a generic Magikoopa), and Bowser Jr.

And according to this flyer, it's coming out on November 22nd in America.

~Whybee 01:20, 28 August 2013

  • Are there any sources that 100% confirm which characters are playable and which ones aren't? Right now, most of the inputs on the article appear to be mere speculation. RedYoshiMK7Signature.png M&SG (talk) 18:08, 28 August 2013 (EDT)

New Characters Playable or Non-Playable?[edit]

Are the new confirmed characters really Non-Playable? Or are they playable? Because Bowser Jr. is holding a shell like in a minigame.And Boo is holding a mushroom like an item. Should we add an "Unknown" section under characters? cause it doesn't confirm they're NonPlayable.


Well if they're not playable, then why are they on the box art that wouldn't make sense and I agree, Bowser Jr. is on the game board and Waluigi is holding cards hinting he's playable plus Kamek/Magikoopa is beside him. Rosalina is on the gameboard of the box art though of course she was seen on the side of the space themed rocket jet race but still she's on the game board. Yoshi is running with Wario on the gameboard in the boxart hinting playability. Nintendoplayerawesome (Talk)

CRode (Talk)

There is a source, but the source doesn't confirm their playability, so their status of being NPC is unconfirmed.
Mario Green.pngHappy 'nogging! 18:47, 28 August 2013 (EDT)

Would it be easier to just name the section 'Characters' and get rid of play-ability status until release date? Because at the moment we don't know that Yoshi is playable, or that Boo is non-playable so them being in those sections is speculation. Yoshi876 (Talk)
I'd just rename the section "Other characters" so we don't muddle "playable" and "nonplayable" characters.
Mario Green.pngHappy 'nogging! 18:54, 28 August 2013 (EDT)

Hey, I found a site that shows Koopa Troopa being playable along Princess Daisy, Mario and Toad. http://andriasang.com/con0y3/media_create_sales/ That's the proof I found.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by ‎Nintendoplayerawesome (talk).

Just looked at that, and that's a screenshot of Mario Party 9. I remember that screenshot from a review I read of it. Yoshi876 (Talk)

Crud, it looked convincing. I'll keep looking around to see if I can find anything. Oh yeah do you guys mind if I help out with this? ‎Nintendoplayerawesome (Talk)

Help out wherever you can. Also you don't need to add the unsigned template after your username, you should use {{User|your username goes here}}. The only reason I did was because it was unsigned and you were probably unaware. Yoshi876 (Talk)

Oh ok, I'm just new at this. Nintendoplayerawesome (Talk)

Translation[edit]

Toward the end of the trailer ([1]), the Japanese names for two of the boards (the mountain one and the space one) are shown. If anyone could give a translation of those that would be wonderful.

-Toa 95 (talk)

I will use my computer to translate the names.--Mariobro101 (talk) 09:37, 14 September 2013 (EDT)

Duel Minigames[edit]

Should their be a new duel mini game section under the minigame section with the new judge minigame? DashingYoshi (Talk)

Toad Town Map[edit]

Unless I'm mistaken I think that the Toad Road like map is part of the Toad Town one. DashingYoshi (Talk)

Shy Guy's Shuffle City[edit]

Are those cards that Luigi is holding on the box cover got anything to do with this board? Could the different colours shuffle that colour area of the board when played? Mariofan24 (Talk)

It has been stated from several articles iv read that the cards are specific for this board and require some sort of strategy i have yet to work out. So yes they do and its unknown what they do. - Cubeguy2ver.pngCubeguy(talk) BOO!! ^w^

Oh, okay. I haven't read that many articles. Thanks. Mariofan24 (Talk)

Boxarts[edit]

I can't see anything different between the beta and final boxarts. Is it the coloring? Is it really worth to mention? KoopaTroopa!.png MegaKoopa Talk 13:13, 19 October 2013 (EDT)

I think the beta should be remove, other than the rating label, there's nothing different about the cover. --Alien Bunny Sprite.pngL151Onnanoko transparent WC98.png 14:02, 19 October 2013 (EDT)

the diffrence is the rp rating is now changed to a rated E but everything else is the sameWalushyguy (talk) 11:52, 8 November 2013 (EST)

Same source[edit]

You keep showing the same source (brand-new MPIT screens)! Why is that?

Hi! I'm Shadow rocks!

Because they all came from there? BabyLuigi PiT sprite.png<(Merry Christmas!) 12:14, 5 November 2013 (EST)

Sinking Feeling[edit]

I just added the links to the minigames and Sinking Feeling is a WarioWare microgame. How do I change it to say WarioWare at the end?--Mariobro101 (talk) 16:57, 11 November 2013 (EST)

Why not try Sinking Feeling (Mario Party: Island Tour)? Boo4761 Merry Christmas!
That'll work, and the microgame should be moved to "Sinking Feeling (whatever game it is in)". Yoshi876 (Talk)
Sure, let's do that. Boo4761 Merry Christmas!

Xylophone Home[edit]

"A minigame in which players must roll around on a drum collecting musical notes."I think this IS Zylophone Home.

does anyone know how to make a new sessionWalushyguy (talk) 07:03, 13 November 2013 (EST)

Actually the drum one might be "Musical Snares", because a screenshot of the characters on bumber balls on a drum can be seen in the Nintendo Direct footage. MarioComix (talk) 22:02, 13 November 2013 (EST)

mini games[edit]

are there any 1 v 3 or 2 v 2 i saw every video and nothing
The preceding unsigned comment was added by TOADETTEPARTY88 (talk).

Donkey Kong[edit]

Boards are confirmed to seven, last board isn't jungle-themed board. Is he absent in Mario Party? Jufemia li Britannia 10:00, 26 November 2013 (EST)

I think that he is, no signs of him in any minigames or boards....User:Mariofan24

Perilous Palace Path items[edit]

There are conflicting reports that the items should not redirect to their inspiration items, though I think they should. For example, what good would come from creating a Setback Shell page? It would be a stub, with not much more information than what game it's from, the board it's used on, and its effect. Rather, I think it makes more sense to link it to the Green Shell page with an Island Tour section, where they mention the same info while also mentioning its name on this stage. MarioComix (talk) 22:17, 11 December 2013 (EST)

Australian release date[edit]

According to Nintendo Australia in November 13, 2013, Mario Party: Island Tour was to be released in January 18, 2013. I explain it because I do not have sufficient privileges to edit the page.--77.228.198.87 10:28, 13 December 2013 (EST)

Correct, except 2013 was totally last year ^^; Thanks by the way. BabyLuigi PiT sprite.png<(Merry Christmas!) 14:49, 13 December 2013 (EST)

Red Links[edit]

The page seems pretty littered with red links. Someone should really go in and create the articles that the links should go to, especially for the boards. I'd do it myself but I don't have the game. Watcher of Game (Talk)

I have the game, I just don't know how to go about formatting the new pages. I'm great at following an example though. Agentdave7.pngAgentdave7 (talk) 14:53, 22 December 2013 (EST)
Look at other game boards from the series and see how they're laid out. Yoshi876 (Talk)
I've created 3 of the board pages for now. They are really small because I haven't had time to get any details about them yet. I'll play the game right now to get more inforation. Agentdave7.pngAgentdave7 (talk) 15:15, 22 December 2013 (EST)
The better thing to do would be to play the game, then create the article so it's not a stub. Yoshi876 (Talk)
I don't necessarily know what information to put. I'm not the best at writing articles. Agentdave7.pngAgentdave7 (talk) 16:51, 22 December 2013 (EST)
As I said earlier, look at the other gameboards, and they will contain the information that should be put in, it just needs to be changed to better suit the article. Take Goomba's Booty Boardwalk for example, it contains what game it appears in, what kind of setting the board takes place in, the layout of the board, how to get stars or complete the objective on the board and what certain spaces like ? Spaces do. Yoshi876 (Talk)

Japanese logo and box art[edit]

In minute 8:34 of the Japanese Nintendo Direct conference on December 18, 2013, you can see the Japanese logo of Mario Party: Island Tour. I say that because I do not have privileges to upload the image, and I think it would be useful for the gallery, as the game is about to leave on 20 March. The Japanese box art is that:

Amazon

Thank you.--77.228.198.87 06:16, 27 December 2013 (EST)


Trivia: Rosalina[edit]

Should it be noticed/stated that Rosalina appears on the cover but has no real importance to the game? Usually important characters are the ones the covers.--Poponana2 (talk) 18:50, 31 December 2013 (EST)

I don't think that's a significant trivia. She's likely there to help represent the Rocket Road board. MarioComix (talk) 19:23, 31 December 2013 (EST)

Capture Card Help![edit]

To anyone with a capture card and this game: Please take two screenshots for this page in the Boards section. The first one is the intro of Shy Guy's Shuffle City, and should be uploaded under the file name of "File:ShyGuy'sShuffleCityIntro.png". The second one is of Kamek's Carpet Ride, which should look like "File:Kamek'sCarpetRideIntro.jpg". If you look at the table of boards in the Boards section, there are some other Into screenshots that can guide you. Thank You! FortuneStBowser.pngM a r i oLucky7-MK7.png(talkϟedits) 13:54, 18 January 2014 (EST)

People could also use Miiverse for this too. Just saying. BabyLuigi PiT sprite.png<(Merry Christmas!) 13:55, 18 January 2014 (EST)
Good point! You can do that too! FortuneStBowser.pngM a r i oLucky7-MK7.png(talkϟedits) 15:17, 18 January 2014 (EST)
I use Miiverse (and I know how to save images from it). I'll see if I can get those screenshots right now. Agentdave7.pngAgentdave7 (talk) 16:43, 18 January 2014 (EST)
Never mind. It won't let me go to the HOME menu and post the screenshot at that exact shot with the title of the course. Agentdave7.pngAgentdave7 (talk) 17:18, 18 January 2014 (EST)

PAL minigame names[edit]

ONM (Official Nintendo Magazine) has just done a review on this game, and they name a variety of minigames that have different names than the North American names. If someone could help add those, that would be great. MarioComix (talk) 18:33, 18 January 2014 (EST)

I have that issue of ONM so I can do some, but without the actual game I'm fairly limited. Yoshi876 (Talk)
I have now done it, bar the ones that don't have articles currently. Yoshi876 (Talk)
I have the PAL version of the game, if the minigames need both versions, I 'm happy to edit them. Also, Bowser's Peculiar Peak is called Bowser's Bizarre Volcano in the Australian version, not sure about the European. Mariofan24 (Talk)

What's Mr. Blizzard's Snow Slalom's PAL name? User:Kirby kart

References to other games: 'Wii Party' comparison[edit]

Although not strictly a Mario game, 'Perilous Palace Path' board strikingly resembles 'Board Game Island's gameplay from Wii Party including: the linear board layout, roadblock that require dice rolls to progress/finish as well as the rewarded dice & order of play handed out after minigame play.
The preceding unsigned comment was added by 124.148.56.98 (talk). linear game named "Board Game Island", used by Wii Party. play, each turn will get this, like mpit., but happened that pick minigame and play this minigame, and this.
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Boards column display[edit]

There have been many edits regarding the layout of the boards columns. Personally, I liked it when it matched the game's layout. Not only does it match the game, but it's also tighter and has a better feel to it. Also, the information in the boxes are not too squished so that shouldn't be a problem. However, I understand the rationale for keeping it in two columns, though personally I don't like that as much as if it matches the game's layout. A big bother I think is also that Bowser's Peculiar Peak takes up the most space; I think that if it were to be like this, the honour would go to Perilous Palace Path, as it also has a bigger box in the game. MarioComix (talk) 21:56, 21 January 2014 (EST)

Board Chart[edit]

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USE ORIGINAL LAYOUT 6-0

The chart keeps changing between having Bowser's Peculiar Peak (BPP) stretching across 3 (6 technically) columns and having Perilous Palace Path (PPP) taking up 2 (4) columns at the top. When I made this chart, I intentionally put PPP across the top to match the menu settings, as all the other boards also corresponded with where they were on the menu. That style looked better and more professional, since it matched the menu and no one board was taking up too much space. Now, BPP is taking up too much space by stretching across the entire bottom, with most of it being an empty background. In the new layout, the third column is also larger than the other two and the split in BPP is not in the middle, looking unpolished.

Original layout:

Boards
Perilous Palace Path Rocket Road Shy Guy's Shuffle City
PerilousPalacePathIntro.png RocketRoadIntro.jpeg 250px
Power yourself up and knock opponents out of the way with special items as you race to the finish! Blast yourself to the finish line by winning minigames and collecting Boosters! Outwit your opponents and avoid the dreaded Bowser Card to win this race!
Play Time: 45-60 minutes Play Time: 10-20 minutes Play Time: 20-40 minutes
Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNG
Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNG Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNG Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Banzai Bill's Mad Mountain Star-Crossed Skyway Kamek's Carpet Ride Bowser's Peculiar Peak
BanzaiBill'sMadMountainIntro.jpg Star-CrossedSkywayIntro.jpg 250px Bowser'sPeculiarPeakIntro1.jpg
Should you go for the glory or hide out? Banzai Bill will test your luck and courage! You will need the most Mini Stars to win this game—no matter how fast you finish! Play your cards right to be the first player to reach the goal! First place is the worst place in this reverse race. Bowser is waiting for the "winner"!
Play Time: 15-30 minutes Play Time: 30-50 minutes Play Time: 20-40 minutes Play Time: 20-40 minutes
Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNG Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png

New layout:

Boards
Perilous Palace Path Rocket Road Shy Guy's Shuffle City
PerilousPalacePathIntro.png RocketRoadIntro.jpeg 250px
Power yourself up and knock opponents out of the way with special items as you race to the finish! Blast yourself to the finish line by winning minigames and collecting Boosters! Outwit your opponents and avoid the dreaded Bowser Card to win this race!
Play Time: 45-60 minutes Play Time: 10-20 minutes Play Time: 20-40 minutes
Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNG
Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNG Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNG Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Banzai Bill's Mad Mountain Star-Crossed Skyway Kamek's Carpet Ride
BanzaiBill'sMadMountainIntro.jpg Star-CrossedSkywayIntro.jpg 250px
Should you go for the glory or hide out? Banzai Bill will test your luck and courage! You will need the most Mini Stars to win this game—no matter how fast you finish! Play your cards right to be the first player to reach the goal!
Play Time: 15-30 minutes Play Time: 30-50 minutes Play Time: 20-40 minutes
Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png
Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNG Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Bowser's Peculiar Peak
Bowser'sPeculiarPeakIntro1.jpg
First place is the worst place in this reverse race. Bowser is waiting for the "winner"!
Play Time: 20-40 minutes
Skill: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Luck: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.pngMushroomOutline2.png
Minigames: Mushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroom2.PNGMushroomOutline2.png

Proposer: Mario7 (Talk)
Deadline: February 5, 2014 23:59 GMT.

Use the original layout (Menu style)[edit]

  1. Mario7 (Talk) Per TPP.
  2. SuperYoshiBros (Talk) The replacement looks horrible with Bowser's board stretching across the entire bottom.
  3. MarioComix (Talk) Per all.
  4. Randombob-omb4761 (Talk) Per SuperYoshiBros.
  5. Baby Luigi (Talk) This obviously looks better by a light year. It's not the best solution, but it's far better than the current one.
  6. Walkazo (Talk) - A better design would be to make one square blank, or one chart with three and one with four to fudge it, but of the given designs, this is certainly the lesser of two evils (more compact, less retina-killing red).

Use the new layout (Bowser's Peculiar Peak stretched across the bottom)[edit]

Comments[edit]

This doesn't need a talk page proposal. Just do the change yourself and state your reasons in an edit summary. BabyLuigi PiT sprite.png<(Merry Christmas!) 13:28, 22 January 2014 (EST)

I tried to do that, but it kept getting reverted. This way, a final decision can be made and it cannot be reverted. FortuneStBowser.pngM a r i oLucky7-MK7.png(talkϟedits) 14:32, 22 January 2014 (EST)

Maybe you can make the layout more horizontal (like in Mario Party 6 Boards) and add the difficulty and all that doodad below the description. I don't like either choice, honestly. Mario Green.pngHappy 'nogging! 14:38, 22 January 2014 (EST)

Yes, but I personally think that this layout is better for this particular game. FortuneStBowser.pngM a r i oLucky7-MK7.png(talkϟedits) 15:37, 22 January 2014 (EST)
Why? If there is an even number of boards, it can work, but since it's an odd number, there has to be some workaround. Hmmm... is there a way to create margins on the top row so at least all three cells have equal sizes? Mario Green.pngHappy 'nogging! 16:09, 23 January 2014 (EST)
Tables don't really lend themselves that that sorta thing. A better bet would be to just make one of the squares blank (i.e. 4 boards on top, 3 plus a blank on the bottom). Or make two tables, one for three, one for four, and stack 'em. - Walkazo 15:57, 2 February 2014 (EST)

release date[edit]

that Japanese date is march 20 2014 --69.114.103.208 16:50, 27 January 2014 (EST)

Yes, the article already mentions that. Lord Grammaticus (talk) 19:54, 27 January 2014 (EST)

what is the boards?[edit]

There. The a board is a map but more than a than Death Run. --69.114.103.208 18:24, 28 January 2014 (EST)

it is stated by Deathrun on ROBLOX 47.17.228.18 16:38, 29 January 2014 (EST)

An article for the bubble clone.[edit]

Should we make an article for the bubble clone? And we could put the template that means unknown name! Should we? Joseph (talk) (contribs) Joseph's mii.jpg

Probably not, they're pretty minor anyway. - Ninelevendo.png BlueLightning.png 18:01, 11 August 2014 (EDT)
I agree there minor, being different textured AI, but they are used differently over the 2 game types there in (they also have some minor story significance), so they should at least get a mention here on the games article. But they may be entitled to an article of there own, if you want to go to the effort and make it, go ahead but maybe a vote might be needed to decide if they truly need one or not. - Cubeguy2ver.pngCubeguy(talk)

Trivia worthy?[edit]

I havnt played every mario party game but this is the only iv played so far that needs you to have 2 human players play with you for 1 specific board. Does this count as trivia? - Cubeguy2ver.pngCubeguy(talk)