Kamek's Tantalizing Tower

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Kamek's Tantalizing Tower
SMP Kameks Tantalizing Tower.png
Appeared in Super Mario Party
Availability Unlockable
Description The cost of Stars changes?! It's a fierce fight for coins! (Mario Party). A gleaming board where anything goes! Your teamwork will be put to the test! (Partner Party)
Kamek came up with this one! It's a pretty swanky place, don't you think?”
Toad, Super Mario Party

Kamek's Tantalizing Tower (known as Tantalizing Tower Toys in Partner Party) is one of four boards available in Super Mario Party, and it is the only unlockable board of the game, unlocked after playing the other three starting boards once. It takes place in a town of gold set upon a tall tower, with skyscrapers being visible in the background. On this board, Toadies are hosting certain board events, a Chain Chomp and a Thwomp can be interacted with and there is also a large, golden statue of Kamek with a capsule machine in front of it.

Mario Party[edit]

Toadette will always remain at the very end of the board, and she can trade up to 2 Stars at a time when a player reaches her (3 during the homestretch), provided the player has enough coins. The price for a Star will always begin at 10 coins, and it will change whenever a player purchases a Star from Toadette, do not have enough coins to buy a Star from her or if they land on the Event Space in front of the golden Kamek statue. One Star can be purchased for 5, 10 or 15 coins, but the price cannot be the same twice in a row. Blue Spaces and Red Spaces give and take away 6 coins respectively on this board, and this number is increased to 10 during the homestretch. This board has 2 item shops, one hosted by a Flutter, and the other by a Toady, named the Shady Shop. Flutter's Item Shop will only sell Dash Mushrooms, Poison Mushrooms and Coinados. Toady will forcibly sell a Dash Mushroom, Poison Mushroom or a Custom Dice Block to a player who passes his shop, all items costing 6 coins each. Whenever an item is bought from Toady, it will disappear from the stock until each item has been bought once, then the shop is refilled again. The Thwomp on this board blocks a shortcut to Toadette, and he will let a player pass by him if they pay him enough coins, though each player have to give him at least one more coin than the previous player who passed him. The red Warp Pipes on the upper part of the board will transport a player back to the beginning near another red Warp Pipe.

Events[edit]

  • Toady Liiiiiiift! (Magikoopa Liiiiiiift! in the British English version): Landing on the Event Space in front of start will cause Toadies to appear and carry the player to the Blue Space just after the first Red Space. Landing on the Event Space on the second floor will cause Toadies to carry the player to a small area of the board where a Lakitu and a VS Space is located.
  • Watch out for the Chain Chomp!: Landing on either of the two Event Spaces behind the Chain Chomp's cage will cause the cage to open, and the player will be attacked by the Chain Chomp, losing a random amount of coins. Other players currently standing on the same Event Space where the player landed will not be attacked.
  • Unnamed event: Landing on the Event Space in front of the golden Kamek statue will change the current price for a Star.

Spaces[edit]

Type of Space Number of Spaces

Start Spaces
1

Blue Spaces
14 (15 or 16 depending on the amount of active VS Spaces)

Red Spaces
2

Event Spaces
5

Item Spaces
2

VS Spaces
2 (will turn into a Blue Space after being landed on)

Lucky Spaces
1

Bad Luck Spaces
1 (Will turn into an Extra Bad Luck Space during the homestretch)

Ally Spaces
1
Total of Spaces 29

Partner Party[edit]

Toadette offers one Star for purchase when a player lands on the Star Space, (2 during the homestretch), and if both players in one team land on the Star Space, each player can buy one Star from her, or two per player during the homestretch. Toadette will then move to another location when a Star is bought. On the upper left area on the lower floor of the board, there is a locked door. This door can be opened by obtaining the Door Key located on the upper floor of the board, in the upper right corner. This key cannot be discarded once picked up. A Thwomp on each floor will guard one halve of a floor, and coins can be paid to them in the same manner as in Mario Party in order to pass them. The Thwomps have their each separate toll count.

Events[edit]

  • Toady Liiiiiiift! (Magikoopa Liiiiiiift! in the British English version): Landing on an Event Space located on a blue carpet will cause Toadies to appear and carry the player to the corresponding Event Space on the opposite floor.
  • Watch out for the Chain Chomp!: Landing on any space close to the Chain Chomp's cage may randomly activate a trigger that opens the cage, and the player will be attacked by the Chain Chomp, losing a random amount of coins. Other players currently standing on the same space where the player landed will not be attacked.
  • Shady Shop: Landing on either of the two Event Spaces next to the item shop will cause Toady to appear and offer items for sale. Unlike the counterpart from Mario Party, this item shop will sell a Poison Mushroom for 8 coins, a Dash Mushroom for 10 coins and a Golden Pipe for 30 coins, and the item stock will always be full. Additionally, every time an item is bought from Toady's shop, a capsule ticket will be given to the player, which can be used by landing on either of the two Event Spaces in front of the golden Kamek statue. The player can also turn down Toady's offers, but this will not reward the player with a capsule ticket.
  • Unnamed event: Landing on either of the two Event Spaces in front of the golden Kamek statue will cause the player to use up a capsule ticket and they'll get a random prize from the capsule machine. 1st prize is two Stars, 2nd prize is one Star, 3rd prize is 30 coins, and 4th prize is 3 coins. Nothing will happen if the player does not have a capsule ticket. Additionally, if the player have more than one capsule ticket, they will only use one of them and the prizes are independent of the color of the capsules.
  • The door is opening!: Landing on either of the two Event Spaces near the locked door will make the player open the door, provided their team has the Door Key in their item inventory. Nothing will happen if they do not currently have the Door Key.
  • Unnamed event: Landing on the Event Space located behind the locked door will cause Lakitu to appear, and he will offer his service of stealing coins or a Star from the opposing team.

Spaces[edit]

Type of Space Number of Spaces

Blank Spaces
156 (158 if the locked door is unlocked)

Event Spaces
11 (9 if the locked door is unlocked)

Item Spaces
26

VS Spaces
3 (will turn into a Blank Space after being landed on)

Lucky Spaces
10

Bad Luck Spaces
Unknown (Will turn into an Extra Bad Luck Space during the homestretch)
Total of Spaces 206

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese カメックのゴージャスタワー
Kamekku no Gōjasu Tawā
Kamek's Gorgeous Tower
Spanish La mansión de Kamek Kamek's Mansion