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System:
Game Boy Advance
Publisher:
Nintendo of America
Developer:
Hudson Soft Company
UPC: 45496734374

Released: 3-01-05
Players: 1-2
Country Origin: US
ESRB: E

Game Genre:
Action
Genre Sport:
Board / Party GameBoard / Party Game
Genre Non-Sport:
Board / Party GameBoard / Party Game

Price Guide (USD):
Loose:  $9.99
Complete:  $29.99
New:  $64.59
Rarity:  5/10

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Mario Party Advance

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Rating: 8.5 (227 votes)
Plays: 23,561 M:92% F:8%
Filesize: 6,251kb

Mario Party Advance Box Description

Mario Party Advance takes all the minigame mayhem of the console games and puts it in your hands. This version for the Game Boy Advance features all-new games and a host of Professor E. Gadd's incredible gadgets, including trinkets, toys, detectors, and tricks. "Tricks" let you play pranks on your friends, test your compatibility, and more. Earn coins in single-player game boards; compete against a friend in a two-player battle game; or trade gadgets, minigames, and coins with other players.

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Mario Party Advance Featured Review

Mario Party Advance Review by: kabenon007 - 7/10

Mario Party Advanced: Doesn't Advance
The Mario Party series is a staple of Nintendo, first debuting on the N64, and quickly becoming a behemoth of a franchise, with iterations on every Nintendo system since, as well as holding the record for the longest running mini-game series around. Most of these games have taken place on consoles, where multiplayer could support a somewhat flimsy single-player mode. But on the GameBoy Advance, a device built for solo play, how will the Mario Party Franchise hold up on its own?

The answer is a mixed bag. To their credit, the developers of Mario Party Advance understood that there would have to be some fundamental changes in the game coming from a multiplayer-centric design ala the previous Mario Party games and going into a solo world. Gone are the competitions for coins and stars. Instead, you simply play to keep on playing, with each win in a mini-game adding to your stash of dice rolls so that you can move your character around the board (by him/herself) to tackle fetch or other types of quests (by him/herself). The challenge, then, of this game comes not from beating out your three other opponents, but from beating the clock, beating the computer, beating whatever obstacle is placed in your way throughout the course of your session. Each victory allows you more dice rolls which means a greater potential to complete the games multiple quests.

Yes, instead of collecting stars, Mario and his friends are out collecting and completing quests, such as "Bring me a DvD" (I'm not joking). This is where the majority of the game fell short for me. The minigames, as the case always is with a Mario Party game, are quite fun to play and these single-player outings are not worse for their lack of extra players. But as they serve simply as the means to obtain dice rolls, and the meat of the game is driving around the board completing the quests, I am left feeling bored as completing the most fun part of the game (the mini-games) means I get to spend more time with the least fun part (driving around and completing the quests).

An added bonus though are the myriad of gadgets that you collect by beating the quests, which for me was exciting to see what I would unlock next. Though this did remind me less of Mario Party and more of his nemesis Wario. The gadgets were more like that which you unlock over the course of the Warioware series.

They make a valiant effort to bring the Mario Party series to a single-player device, but in the end it falls short simply because of one thing, and it comes from the name: a party. It needs multiple people to be fun. That doesn't mean this game isn't fun at all; it's just not as fun as something else you could spend your time on.
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 5   Depth 8   Story 7   Difficulty 6

Mario Party Advance Game Description

The first portable incarnation of the Mario Party series, Mario Party Advance shakes things up quite a bit on the GBA. With the focus on the single-player, there are all kinds of single-player mini-games, one giant single-player board to traverse instead of multiple ones (Shroom City), and all kinds of different Gaddgets and gameplay modes to indulge in.The main single-player experience involves traveling across "Shroom City," which is a major departure from the standard set-up in past Mario Party titles. You have the choice to be Mario, Luigi, Peach, or Yoshi, and depending on who you choose, you'll start at a different spot on the board, which is quite large.You're given die rolls to navigate the board and, when you reach special sections of the map, complete special quests, which often involve helping residents of Shroom City and/or participating in special challenges. Most quests involve collecting some sort of object elsewhere or a mini-game. By completing these quests, you'll collect stars, which eventually allow for special boss bouts with Bowser, and you'll unlock mini-games and Gaddgets, which are simple, toy-like contraptions that you can play with.The game ends when you complete your allotted number of turns, although additional turns and die rolls can be earned during the game by completing the "Mushroom Challenges" that occur rather often. After completing your session, your rewards are saved, and you can play with your mini-games and Gaddgets in Play Mode.There are also two additional modes available, "Party Land," where you can play special duel mini-games with a friend, and "Challenge Land," where you play through special modes that test your mini-game skills to earn coins, which can be used to purchase additional unlockables in a shop.Finally, there is also a feature called the "Bonus Board." You can play with a board that is included with the game using the GBA. The GBA takes care of die rolls, mini-games, and end-of-the-game events.

Mario Party Advance Reviews

Overall 8.5    Graphics 8    Sound 7.3    Addictive 8.2    Story 7    Depth 6.5    Difficulty 5.5


7.6
It's pretty good for a handheld title!   RedHotToddy
Ah Mario party, It is definitely a fun game to play with all your friends, All the fun minigames and...
  Graphics 8   Sound 7   Addictive 8   Story 5   Depth 7   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 4.9/5     Submitted: 07-11-13     Review Replies: 7

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Mario Party Advanced: Doesn't Advance   kabenon007
The Mario Party series is a staple of Nintendo, first debuting on the N64, and quickly becoming a be...
  Graphics 9   Sound 8   Addictive 5   Story 7   Depth 8   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 4.8/5     Submitted: 12-08-11     Review Replies: 0

10
Epic Game For Game Boy Advanced   AwesomeGamer400
Great original game by Nintendo. Awesome and amazing graphics. Would recommend for anyone and k...
  Graphics 6   Sound 8   Addictive 10   Story 9   Depth 8   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4.4/5     Submitted: 12-14-12     Review Replies: 1

9.6
dope   heywuttup420
good dope...
  Graphics 9   Sound 5   Addictive 7   Story 9   Depth 4   Difficulty 5

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 08-13-12     Review Replies: 2

9.7
Loved it and Hated it!   MissMisaX
Okay so I had never heard of this game until I came across it in vizzed. I went in blind with no ide...
  Graphics 7   Sound 8   Addictive 9   Depth 8   Difficulty 8

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 10-23-15     Review Replies: 4

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juuldude 07-04-14 - 09:52 AM
 I hate the minigames where you have to click as fast as possible to race, they are way too hard, it's something that probably only Japanese people can do :P
naco26withcheese 08-25-13 - 05:01 PM
 M-My childhood... VIZZED YOU FOUND IT!
AwesomeGamer400 12-14-12 - 07:48 PM
 Awesome game
XxcybergamerxX 09-21-12 - 07:28 PM
 lame minigame
Kangaskhanwar 06-24-12 - 05:52 PM
 WOOT
xian 06-13-12 - 03:58 PM
 yo
LordAizen 06-10-12 - 07:54 PM
 hi
michaelproctor 06-07-12 - 07:51 PM
 hallo
JOKERkingJACK 05-30-12 - 10:23 PM
 Yawn...
narutobro13 05-28-12 - 11:12 AM
 hey
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:17 PM
 kk see ya there
tytythebold 05-27-12 - 03:16 PM
 four swords
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:16 PM
 which zelda?
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:16 PM
 ya
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:16 PM
 do i have to connect the gba?
tytythebold 05-27-12 - 03:16 PM
 can we play zelda now
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:16 PM
 ok there
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:14 PM
 im on my way
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:14 PM
 ok
tytythebold 05-27-12 - 03:14 PM
 panguin race
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:14 PM
 i call peach
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:13 PM
 wat do u want me to do?
wolves-rule! 05-27-12 - 03:12 PM
 im in penguin race!
tytythebold 05-27-12 - 03:12 PM
 yoshi
tytythebold 05-27-12 - 03:12 PM
 fine

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