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Paper Mario: Carnival Festival is an upcoming game for the Nintendo 3DS. It is a party genre spin-off game based on Paper Mario series. It is the thirteenth installment (eighteenth in Japan) in the Mario Party series and the third installment for a handheld console. This is also the third Mario Party game to be developed by Nd Cube. Additionally, it is the first Mario Party game to include a Online Mode feature.
It was another very normal day for Mario and his friends, until Mario checked his mail. It was a letter from Kersti, inviting them to a party festival. After reading it, he felt something strange; the card created wings itself, and carried Mario away. When Yoshi noticed Mario was missing, he told to his friends, and they rapidly runned away, chasing Mario. All of them were ending up being carried by the mysterious card. After a while, they noticed a brand-new island they've never met before, and started exploring on it.
A bit later, as how Luigi was the last to follow the gang, he tumbled on a small rock and noticed a mysterious caped creature across from he was standing. Luigi quickly ran away, as the caped man was walking on his direction. [...]
The gameplay of the game is slightly same as the Mario Party series. The items of game are now stickers, such as the Wooden Hammer. Each of them have different abilities. You can obtain them by winning in a special minigame or stepping in a Sticker Space. If you stop on a Sticker Space, you'll need to press A, B, X or Y (automatically choosed randomly) simultaneously to catch the Sticker pasted at the wall.
The game also includes a new mode: Sticker Rush. On this mode, your objective is obtain the most numbers of stickers and paste them on your album. Whenever you get more stickers than your previous try, you'll get a new record. All the stickers you have collected can be viewed at the Album Gallery.