Red Space

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Red Space
A Red Space in Mario Party Superstars
Purpose Subtracts three of the player's coins. (Mario Party to Mario Party 10, Super Mario Party, and Mario Party Superstars)

Does nothing; poses as a dangerous 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 Red Space. Try not to land on one. You'll lose 3 coins!”
MC Ballyhoo, Mario Party 8

Red Spaces (known as Minus Spaces in Mario Party 5 and Lose Coins Spaces in Mario Party 10) are spaces in the Mario Party series. When a player lands on a Red Space, they will lose coins (three to nine, depending on the game and the specific circumstances). In Mario Party 7 and Mario Party 8, a Bonus Star may be awarded to the player who lands on the most Red Spaces. Also, like with all of the other spaces in Mario Party 8, the shape is different on each board, including the tutorial. In Mario Party 9, Red Spaces have been replaced by Mini Ztar Spaces. Red Spaces reappear in Mario Party: Island Tour, where they are known as Danger Spaces and appear 12 times only in Banzai Bill's Mad Mountain. These spaces may hurt the chance of advancing, as they are crossed by a Banzai Bill when it is launched.


Mario Party 2[edit]

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


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese レッドスペース
Reddo Supēsu
Mainasu Masu

Red Space

Minus Space

Chinese (simplified) 惩罚格
chéng fá gé
Punishment Space

Chinese (traditional) 懲罰格
chéng fá gé
Punishment Space

Dutch Rood vakje
Red space
French Espace rouge (Mario Party and Mario Party 2)
Case rouge (since Mario Party 3)
Red Space
German Rotes Feld
Red Space
Italian Spazio rosso
Spazio scoperto (Mario Party: Island Tour)
Red Space
Uncovered space
Portuguese Casa vermelha
Red Space
Russian Красное поле
Krasnoe pole

Spanish Casilla roja
Espacio Rojo
Red Space