Undersea Dream

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Undersea Dream
Undersea Dream Party Mode.jpg
Appeared in Mario Party 5
Availability Default
Music
Mario Party 5 Soundtrack Happy Seafloor.oga

“It's 10,000 laughs under the sea! With colorful coral reef, a sunken ship, Cheep Cheeps, and even a friendly whale, it's a deep-sea dive only Mario Party can deliver!”
Mario Party 5 instruction booklet, page 27

Undersea Dream in Mario Party 5 is a board map from the Dream Depot. It was created from dreams of the ocean. The flavor text in the instruction booklet references Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea. Resembling a coral reef, such as those found in Isle Delfino’s Gelato Beach, the board is divided into two sections connected by bridges. Noteworthy features are the sunken ship, the whale, and the tiny shops set up by Cheep-Cheeps. However, unlike in Gelato Beach, human characters, Yoshi, Toad, Boo, Bowser, and Koopa Kid could breathe and walk normally underwater in the dream. If a player lands on the Happening Space on the sunken ship, a dolphin swims out and forcefully takes the player to another part of the board. Landing on the Happening Space next to the whale allows players to be blasted to a space nearer to the Star. The Happening Space next to the Cheep-Cheep on the right-side reef let players get a chance to earn a Capsule or an old boot from one of the shells (which would be worth nothing). Finally, the Happening Spaces next to the logs on either side of the board gave players a chance to ride a manta to the other side of the board, and collect coins along the way.

Story Mode[edit]

The Undersea Dream in Story Mode.

In Story Mode, Bowser and Koopa Kid attempted to take over Undersea Dream. But when the player (Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Wario, Daisy, or Waluigi) came to stop them, Bowser made Koopa Kid do the fighting for him. Koopa Kid then split into 3 Koopa Kids: Red K. Kid, Green K. Kid, and Blue K. Kid. The player defeated all three of them, and they turned back into the one Koopa Kid. He and Bowser escaped to cause trouble in another dream. This battle took place on a simplified version of Undersea Dream.

Spaces[edit]

Party Mode[edit]

Type of Space Number of Spaces
SpaceBlueMP45.png
Blue Spaces
51
SpaceRedMP45.png
Red Spaces
9 (0 during the last five turns if the Red Spaces turn into Bowser Spaces)
SpaceHappeningMP5.png
Happening Spaces
5
SpaceDonkeyMP5.png
DK Spaces
1
Bowser Square.PNG
Bowser Spaces
1 (10 during the last five turns if all Red Spaces turn into Bowser Spaces)
Total of Spaces 67

Story Mode[edit]

Type of Space Number of Spaces
SpaceBlueMP45.png
Blue Spaces
17
SpaceRedMP45.png
Red Spaces
3
SpaceHappeningMP5.png
Happening Spaces
2
SpaceDonkeyMP5.png
DK Spaces
1
Bowser Square.PNG
Bowser Spaces
0

VS Spaces
2
Total of Spaces 25

Trivia[edit]

  • Air bubbles are shown coming out of the characters occasionally during gameplay.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese アクア・ドリーム
Akua Dorīmu
Aqua Dream
Spanish Paseo submarino Underwater walk
French AquaRêve Portmanteau of aqua and rêve (dream)
German Tiefsee-Traum Deep Sea Dream
Italian Sogno Acqua Water Dream