Village Square

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The Mushroom Village in Mario Party
Village Square in Mario Party Superstars
Village Square in Mario Party Superstars

Village Square (formerly named Mushroom Village) is a small river bank village found in Mario Party and Mario Party Superstars. The businesses and residences are run by Toads while Toad navigates the characters around the village.


The village with Bowser's footprints heading towards the Warp Pipe

Warp Pipe[edit]

This Warp Pipe is located at the center of Village Square and can be used to access the story mode (Mario Party in Mario Party Superstars). Once entered, Toad (a Koopa Troopa in Mario Party Superstars) seems to be falling down an endless hole until the player confirms all of their options.

Mushroom Bank[edit]

Main article: Mushroom Bank

The Mushroom Bank is a storage for all the Stars the player has collected as well as the player's coins. The player can also choose any items bought from the Mushroom Shop to use in Adventure. Bowser robs this bank after the player has collected 100 Stars. In Mario Party Superstars, it is replaced with the Friend House and operated by Toadette.

Mushroom Shop[edit]

Main article: Mushroom Shop

The Mushroom Shop (called Toad's Shop in Mario Party Superstars) is a small business operated by the Mushroom Shop Clerk (a Yellow Toad in Mario Party Superstars) that the player can buy items from. Once all items are bought, the player will be unable to buy anything else. The many items the player can buy includes the Plus Block, the Minus Block, the Speed Block, the Slow Block, the Warp Block, the Mecha Fly Guy, the Coin Box, the Casino Box, and the Lucky Box.

Option House[edit]

Main article: Option House

The Option House contains many functions. The player can choose between stereo and mono sound settings, erase their data, and listen to various music in the game. The Talking Parrot can also be chosen to mimic voices of random characters. The background music is an arrangement of the Underground Theme from Super Mario Bros.

Mini-Game House[edit]

Main articles: Mini-Game House, Data House

The Mini-Game House is a small residence where the player can play any minigames the player has bought. The player can also play a minigame for 10 coins a piece. The Pot O' Skills can also be used to access the Mini-Game Stadium. In Mario Party Superstars, it is replaced with the Data House and operated by Kamek.

Mini-Game Island[edit]

Main article: Mini-Game Island

The Mini-Game Island can be reached by riding the raft on the river. A total of 50 minigames are played here to test the player's skill. In Mario Party Superstars, the raft is replaced with a boat leading to Mt. Minigames.



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Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese キノコむら (Mario Party)
Kinoko Mura
Mushroom Village
Dutch Dorpsplein Village square
French Village Champignon (Mario Party)
Place du village (Mario Party Superstars)
Mushroom Village
Village square
German Toad City (Mario Party)
Dorfplatz (Mario Party Superstars)
Village square
Italian Piazza del villaggio Village square
Portuguese Pracinha Square
Russian площадь
Spanish Plaza del pueblo Village square