Deep Bloober Sea

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Deep Bloober Sea
MP3 Deep Bloober Sea Board.png
Appears in Mario Party 3
Availability Default
Description Sunken treasure & fantastic creatures.
Music sample
“You're all here! Welcome to the legendary Deep Bloober Sea! In this deep, dark sea, you'll battle to become the Superstar.”
Millennium Star, Mario Party 3
The Deep Bloober Sea logo.

Deep Bloober Sea is an underwater-based board in Mario Party 3. Deep Bloober Sea's name is a reference to the original name of Bloopers and is a pun on the phrase "deep blue sea". The gameboard is inhabited by (as the name implies) Bloobers as well as Cheep Cheeps and other sea life. There are a few junctions here, but the main one is looked over by a Sushi in a submarine. Every time players get here, the shark makes them press one of four buttons before taking the path they chose. Three buttons do nothing, allowing safe passage, but one fires a torpedo at the player, blasting them to the opposite path. Additionally, the buttons do not reset until the incorrect one is chosen.

Landing on a Happening Space near the giant Blooper Baby makes it call for its mother, whose huge tentacle takes the player to the other side of the board. Action Time happens when someone lands on a Happening Space next to a giant vacuum anglerfish. The arrow on the anglerfish spins around, then points to the bottom, the front, or the right. Then, the anglerfish starts inhaling all players in front of it. Players need to tap the A button to swim against the suction. Anyone who fails is sucked into the anglerfish, then spat out in the direction the arrow points to, landing near a Sushi, Boo, or back at the start.

In Story Mode, the human player must go up against three opponents to get the Kindness Star Stamp.


The following table shows how many spaces there are on the board, and how many there are of a certain type.

Type of Space Number of Spaces
BlueSpace MP3.png
Blue Spaces
RedSpace MP3.png
Red Spaces
ItemSpace MP3.png
Item Spaces
HappeningSpace MP3.png
Happening Spaces
BowserSpace MP3.png
Bowser Spaces
BattleSpace MP3.png
Battle Spaces
BankSpace MP3.png
Bank Spaces
ChanceSpace MP3.png
Chance Time Spaces
GameGuySpace MP3.png
Game Guy Spaces
Total of Spaces 93


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ブクブクしんかい
Bukubuku shinkai
Bubbling Deep Sea

French Mer de Bloober
Bloober Sea
German Tiefsee-Blubberbad
Deep Sea Bloober Bath