Super Mario Party Fun Trivia Quiz

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Super Mario Party Fun Trivia Quiz
Developer(s) Unknown
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) Browser
Release date 2018[citation needed]
Genre Trivia
Rating(s) N/A
Mode(s) Single player
Media HTML
Input Mouse

Super Mario Party Fun Trivia Quiz is a trivia game on the Play Nintendo website. It was made to promote the release of Super Mario Party.

Gameplay[edit]

The player has a total of five trivia questions to answer. Each question gives the player four answers to choose from, with only one of them being the correct answer. Additionally, an image above the question displaying the what the question is about is shown. When an answer is hovered over, the player must select "Check answer" to see if they are correct. If the player answers correctly, the item they selected will be highlighted green. If the player answers incorrectly, the item they selected will be highlighted red and the correct answer will be both written in the results area and highlighted green. At the end of the quiz, a message will pop up saying how many the player got out of five. The player can then choose to either take the quiz again or take a different quiz on the website.

Questions[edit]

Correct answers are written in bold.

  1. Which feature is new to the game’s Mario Party mode?
    • Character Dice Blocks
    • Helpful allies
    • Shiny Coins
    • Super Stars
      • Right: Dice, dice, baby! Each character comes with their own special Dice Block that’s made just for them. When it’s your turn, you can roll the regular dice, or choose to roll the character-specific Dice Block to add an extra level of strategy to the game.
      • Wrong: No dice. Each character comes with their own special Dice Block that’s made just for them. When it’s your turn, you can roll the regular dice, or choose to roll the character-specific Dice Block to add an extra level of strategy to the game.
  2. What do you share with your team member in Partner Party mode?
    • Stars
    • Coins
    • Dice rolls
    • All of the above
      • Right: Right! Teammates share their coins and stars in Partner Party mode. They even share dice rolls—the combined total of both players’ rolls determines how many spaces they each can move for that turn. After all, sharing means caring!
      • Wrong: Not quite. Teammates share their coins and stars in Partner Party mode. They even share dice rolls—the combined total of both players’ rolls determines how many spaces they each can move for that turn. After all, sharing means caring!
  3. What do you run into to trigger Co-Op Minigames in River Survival mode?
    • Balloons
    • Rocks
    • Arrows
    • Clocks
      • Right: You’re flying high! In River Survival mode, you can paddle together as a team to aim for red balloons along the river to trigger Co-Op* Minigames. The faster your team wins the minigames, the more time you’ll get to finish the course.
      • Wrong: Not to burst your bubble, but… In River Survival mode, you can paddle together as a team to aim for red balloons along the river to trigger Co-Op* Minigames. The faster your team wins the minigames, the more time you’ll get to finish the course.
  4. What should you focus on in Sound Stage mode?
    • The colors
    • The characters
    • The smells
    • The rhythm
      • Right: You hit the beat! Rhythm is the name of the game in Sound Stage mode, which makes its debut in the Super Mario Party game. Hitting the right beat is a great way to gain the most points in this mode’s rhythm minigames.
      • Wrong: Missed the beat. Rhythm is the name of the game in Sound Stage mode, which makes its debut in the Super Mario Party game. Hitting the right beat is a great way to gain the most points in this mode’s rhythm minigames.
  5. Which of these minigames is NOT part of Toad’s Rec Room mode?
    • Banana, Split
    • Trike Harder
    • Mini League Baseball
    • Shell Shocked Deluxe
      • Right: Toad-ally correct! Trike Harder is the only one of these minigames which isn’t part of Toad’s Rec Room*, a multiplayer mode that lets you pair up two Nintendo Switch systems (sold separately) for a cool tabletop gaming experience.
      • Wrong: Toad-ally incorrect. Trike Harder is the only one of these minigames which isn’t part of Toad’s Rec Room*, a multiplayer mode that lets you pair up two Nintendo Switch systems (sold separately) for a cool tabletop gaming experience.