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MarioParty Gold Rush Workmark
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Developer(s) ALG Inc.
Publisher(s) None Yet
Platform(s) Wii
Genre(s) 3D Party Game
Release Date(s)
September 29, 2012
Mode(s)
Single, Multiplayer
Age Rating(s)
Everyone Wordmark
Media Included Wii Disc
Mario Party: Gold Rush is a game from ALG Inc. Similar to New Super Mario Bros. 2, it is based on coins and has several coin-based spaces. It's coins also look different from previous games and have "MP" on them instead of the usual "I" symbol.

Coin Types

Dice Blocks

These are the types of Dice Blocks in this game:

Dice Block Info

  • Normal Dice Block - The player will go the number of spaces (1-12) that the Dice Block lands on.
  • Double Dice Blocks - Let's you hit 2 Dice Blocks.
  • Triple Dice Blocks - Let's you hit 3 Dice Blocks.
  • Slow Dice Block - The numbers go slower than on a normal Dice Block.
  • Massive Slow Dice Block - The numbers go slower than on a normal Slow Dice Block, however, it only goes from 1-6.
  • Reverse Dice Block - When hit, the player will need to go back the number of space shown.
  • Dreaded Dice Block - During the "Dreaded Rally" Bowser event, the player will need to hit this. (See Bowser Events for more info.)
  • 0-1 Dice Block - A Dice Block that goes from 0-1.
  • 1-3 Dice Block - A Dice Block that goes from 1-3.
  • 1-6 Dice Block - A Dice Block that goes from 1-6.
  • 4-6 Dice Block - A Dice Block that goes from 4-6.
  • 7-9 Dice Block - A Dice Block that goes from 7-9.
  • 7-12 Dice Block - A Dice Block that goes from 7-12.
  • 10-12 Dice Block - A Dice Block that goes from 10-12.
  • Mega Dice Block - Acts like a normal Dice Block, but the player will become big and will get 10 Coins from each player in their path.
  • Silver Dice Block - A Dice Block that goes from 1-18.
  • Golden Dice Block - A Dice Block the goes from 1-24.

Boards

  • Mario Stadium
  • Peach Ice Garden
  • Yoshi Park
  • Luigi Mansion
  • Daisy Crusier
  • Wario City
  • DK Jungle
  • Bowser Jr Playroom
  • Bowser Castle
  • Waluigi Pinball (Beat Luigi, Noki and Peach in Story Mode)

Bowser Events

These are triggered when a player lands on a Bowser Space.

  • Coin Take-Away - Takes 20 coins away from the player.
  • Gimmie Your Coins - Takes all coins away from the player.
  • Dreaded Rally (Rare Event) - The player will need to hit a Dreaded Dice Block. Bowser will choose what the player will need to do:
    • Go back the number of spaces.
    • Take away the number of coins.
    • Take away the number of coins and give it to a random player.
    • Take away double the number of coins (Rare Event).
    • Go back double the number of space (Rare Event).

Bosses

  • Lakitu
  • Sand Piranha
  • Blooper
  • Big Bob-omb
  • Wiggler
  • Bouldergeist
  • Bowser

Playable Characters

  • Mario
  • Luigi
  • Wario
  • Waluigi
  • Yoshi
  • Peach
  • Daisy

Unlockable

  • Birdo
  • Rosalina
  • Metal Mario
  • Baby Mario
  • Shy Guy
  • Kamek
  • Baby Luigi

How To Unlock

CHARACTER UNLOCK METHOD
Birdo Complete Mario Stadium in Story Mode
Shy Guy Complete Peach Ice Garden in Story Mode
Kamek Complete Luigi Mansion in Story Mode
Baby Mario Complete Yoshi Park in Story Mode
Baby Luigi Complete Daisy Crusier in Story Mode
Metal Mario Complete Bowser Castle, Bowser Jr Playroom, Wario City and DK Jungle in Story Mode
Rosalina

Complete Story Mode Entirely

Trivia

  • The games orginal name was to be Mario Party: Grand Leafs, based on the Super Leaf.
  • This game is highly similar to both Mario Party 9 and New Super Mario Bros. 2.

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