Blue Space

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Not to be confused with Special Dice Block Space.
Blue Space
A Blue Space in Mario Party Superstars
Purpose Gives the player three coins. (Mario Party to Mario Party 10, Super Mario Party, and Mario Party Superstars)

Does nothing; poses as a safe spot. (Mario Party: Island Tour)

First appearance Mario Party (1998)
Latest appearance Tetris 99 (27th Maximus Cup, cameo) (2021)
Mario Party Superstars (2021, Super Mario franchise)
“This is a Blue Space. Land on one to get a little pocket change. You'll get 3 coins.”
MC Ballyhoo, Mario Party 8

Blue Spaces (known as Plus Spaces in Mario Party 5, Safe Spaces in Mario Party: Island Tour, and Coin Spaces in Mario Party 10) are spaces in the Mario Party series that provide coins (three to nine, depending on the game and specific circumstances) to characters who land upon them. They appear in every Mario Party game except for Mario Party-e, Mario Party Advance, and Mario Party 9, but they are the most common spaces in the series. These spaces can vary in hue and shape, depending on the game. In Mario Party: Island Tour, they have a much different role: They protect the player from getting hit by the Banzai Bill in Banzai Bill's Mad Mountain, and only one player can occupy one at a time. In Mario Party 10, they appear only in amiibo Party and give the player three coins (six during the homestretch) when they land on one. Blue Spaces make a small appearance in Mario Party: Star Rush as simple spots the player moves on in the Coinathlon game mode. In Mario Party: The Top 100, they make a cameo on some of the box art in the Collection. Although Blue Spaces do not appear in Mario Party 9, a similar-looking space known as the Special Dice Block Space appears.


Mario Party 2[edit]

  • Wii Virtual Console manual: "Receive three coins."

Mario Party 4[edit]

  • Mario Party 4 instruction booklet: "These blue spaces give you three coins when you land on them. If you are playing with bonuses on, then they might also contain Hidden Blocks."


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブルースペース
Burū Supēsu
Purasu Masu

Blue Space

Chinese (simplified) 奖励格
Jiǎnglì gé
Reward Space

Chinese (traditional) 獎勵格
Jiǎnglì gé
Reward Space

Dutch Blauw vakje
Blue space
French Espace bleu (Mario Party and Mario Party 2)
Case bleue (Mario Party 3 and onward)
Blue Space
German Blaues Feld
Blue Space
Italian Spazio blu
Rifugio (Mario Party: Island Tour)
Blue Space
Portuguese Casa azul
Blue Space
Russian Синее поле
Sinee polye
Blue space

Spanish Casilla azul
Espacio Azul
Blue Space