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Mario Party 11: Best Wishes, also referred to commonly as simply Mario Party 11, is an upcoming Mario Party title for the Nintendo Hyperspace, and is the 11th title of the series. It returns to the classic Mario Party format from Mario Party 1-8, featuring brand new minigames and boards.
Unlike most Mario Party games, this one is co-developed by GD Gaming Studios as part of an exclusive deal.
One night, as Mario and Peach are watching shooting stars outside, the rest of the gang appear and explain about how a mysterious star has landed outside the castle. As they all go to check it out, they learn that the mysterious star is actually the link to another world, called the Party Hall. The characters decide to host a Mario Party and invite many people.
However, Bowser takes notice of this and when he learns that he was never invited to the party, he decides to crash it. As he sends the Koopa Kids and Bowser Jr. to ambush the new world, they find out about the Star Cards, the source of the Party Hall. Bowser uses the chance to steal them all.
After clearing all the boards in Story Mode and collecting enough Star Cards, the player is able to reach the final board, where a battle with Bowser awaits. After being defeated, Bowser reveals that he was upset due to not being invited. As the group is confused, they notice that Bowser's invitation was caught under the falling star. Bowser joins the gang to party, and for the first time in Mario Party history, Bowser is unlocked as a playable character.
In this game, the classic gameplay from the older Mario Party games returns. Players run around on special boards, collect items such as Coins, and work hard to become the "Superstar" by collecting the most Stars. The mean of doing this normally differs from board to board.
Items make a return in this game as well. Unlike games like Mario Party 8 where items were based around a certain topic such as candies, these items revert to the original style, and many classic items such as the Magic Lamp make a return. Characters also have a favorite item, which might give them additional effects upon use.
- Story Mode - Play as one of the characters as you collect the Star Cards and defeat Bowser!
- Party Mode - Play by yourself or with friends on one of the many boards.
- Minigame Mode - Play minigames by yourself or with friends once you unlock them.
- Puzzle Mode - A mode chock full of special minigames that can twist your mind!
- Hall Shop - Using Mario Party Points, you can buy figurines, music, and special minigames, and view your collections.
- Online Party - A first for the series, you can party with others all over the world!
- Extra Mode - Adjust controls, view minigame records, etc.
There are a total of 15 characters in the game. Italicized characters are unlockable via buying them in shop. Bowser is the only exception, as he is unlocked by completing Story Mode.
When used, sometimes Mario can steal 20 coins from players.
Sometimes if Boo attacks, you will actually repossess him and steal coins/stars from someone else.
Sometimes the roulette is slower so it is easier to choose who to swap items with.
Sometimes the roulette is slower so it is easier to choose who to swap places with.
When the item is used it is more likely that the host will collect more coins from others.
Sometimes the prices for Boo's actions are lowered.
When the item is used the Star is more likely to respawn close to Yoshi.
Sometimes when you run over a player you can steal an item.
When this item is used, Toad can roll 2 dice blocks instead of 1.
When this item is used, the mushroom goes even slower to have more precision.
When this item is used, Bowser can roll 3 Dice Blocks instead of 2.
Sometimes Rosalina will steal coins from anyone she crashes into.
When this item is used, Dry Bones rolls 2 Dice Blocks instead of 1.
Sometimes when you come across a player, you can steal their coins.
- Koopa (and beach kind)
- Shy Guy (and different colors)
- Chain Chomp
- Different Colored Toads
- Koopa Kid
- Bowser Jr.
- Piranha Plant
There is a total of 13 boards in the game.
|Goomba's Moonlit Metropolis||
Goomba's Moonlit Metropolis is by far the largest board of the game, but despite it's size, it is a relatively simple board. Players can earn Stars by heading to the Star Space and paying 20 coins. This is harder than it sounds, due to the large size of the board and the fact that the Star Space changes every time a Star is purchased.
The main gimmick of this board is the 2 "lanes" that this board is seperated into. The green lane often has a bunch of ? Spaces that can help the player progress, but cars drive on this lane at the end of every turn, deducting coins. The orange lane is longer, but is completely safe, save for some toll booths that require players to pay if they want to continue. The lane colors sometimes flip every so often, and players can switch lanes through the use of branched paths.
|Koopa's Waterlogged Woods||
Koopa's Waterlogged Woods is half forest, half beach, similar to World 3 from New Super Mario Bros 2. Players will start off in the forest part of the board, navigating through toxic waters. However, in the midst of this maze, there's always one exit randomly open out of four, that leads to the beach area. Players get Stars through two different methods-fishing or surfing.
For fishing, players can pay any amount of coins from 5 to 50 in increments of 10 to increase the chance of getting a Star. Players can hook either coins, a Star, or nothing at all. For surfing, players pay 20 coins for a 50-50 chance of getting a Star, depending on how well they participate in a surfing minigame.
The main gimmick of this board is the water level. The water level is divided into 3 parts-low, regular, and high. Depending on what part of the board you're in, this can be good or bad. If the toxic forest waters are high, for example, players can cross on rafts that float around. However, if the beach waters are too high, a flood will occur and slow down your movements.
|Shy Guy's Crooked Cavern||
Shy Guy's Crooked Cavern is a cave area overriden by Shy Guys mining for crystals. In this underground workcenter, players are assigned as rookie miners who can use the different mine carts to easily travel through the course. For 5 coins, they can try their hand at mining, and if they collect the number of crystals that the Shy Guys ask for, they will recieve a Star.
Aside from the mining, the main gimmick of this board is the worker ranks. After a player gets a star, they are assigned to a new area of the board to get more crystals. There are 3 ranks, with each rank being assigned to a specific part of the board. After clearing the 3rd rank, the Shy Guys will forget what happened and send them back to the rookie rank. In addition to ranks, ? Spaces can often make the cavern turn into an active volcano, with lava spewing and melting the crystals and rock, therefore changing where everyone needs to go.
|Boo's Phantom Palace||King Boo|
|Wiggler's Long Labyrinth||Wiggler|
|Toad's Placatory Park||Toadsworth|
|Penguin's Aquatic Abyss||Penguins|
|Thwomp's Feuding Fortress||Whomp|
|Lakitu's Sky Spring||Lakitu|
|Bob-Omb's Travel Takeoff||Bob-Omb Buddy|
|Luma's Galaxy Gateway||Luma|
|Pianta's Have-It-All Harbor||Noki|
|Bowser's Zealous Zenith||Bowser*|
- If Bowser is used as a character on this board, Bowser Jr. is the host instead, using special dialogue. There will never be a Bowser CPU on this board.