Pipe House (Mario Party Advance)

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This article is about an area in Mario Party Advance. For the Pipe House in Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, see Pipe House (Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga). For the Pipe House in Super Mario RPG, see Mario Bros.' House.
Pipe House
Pipe House in Mario Party Advance
Pipe House in Mario Party Advance.
First appearance Mario Party Advance (2005)
Greater location Desert area, Shroom City
Ruler Bowser
Inhabitants Bowser, Koopa Kid
BowserDR MPA.png

The Pipe House is a location in the desert area of Shroom City in Mario Party Advance. It serves as the hub for the various locations owned by Bowser. These locations are accessed through Warp Pipes found at the Pipe House's entrance.


After the player completes their first quest. The camera pans to the Pipe House. At first, all of the pipes are blocked by statues of Bowser's head, but Bowser destroys the statues as more quests are beaten. Koopa Kid oversees the Pipe House's entrance, and informs the player as to how many more quests need to be completed to unlock each pipe. The eight pipes have different colors, and each of them leads to a different location: the blue pipe opens after three quests and leads to the Bowser Stadium, the cyan pipe opens after ten quests and leads to Mt. Frostbite, the red pipe opens after fifteen quests and leads to the Bowser Mansion, the pink pipe opens after twenty quests and leads to the Bowser Pad, the black pipe opens after twenty-five quests and leads to the Bowser Hideout, the yellow pipe opens after thirty quests and leads to the Bowser Toy Shop, the orange pipe opens after thirty-five quests and leads to the Bowser Game Hall, and the purple pipe opens after forty quests and leads to the Bowser Lab. Once forty-nine quests have been completed, Bowser opens the large door in the background and directs the player to his throne room, where the Final Showdown takes place. The quest involves Bowser challenging the player for the final time at a Bowser minigame, Trap Floor, and the player earns the Bowser Print Gaddget if they win.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese クッパドカンハウス[1]
Kuppa Dokan Hausu
Bowser Pipe House

French Maison Tuyau
Pipe House
Italian Casa Condotti
Pipes House


  1. ^ かげらいまどかK. 1人用マリオパーティアドバンス字幕プレイpart1 (Japanese). YouTube (2017-10-04). Retrieved on 2023-11-12.