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on 9 July 2014
The main reason Mario Party 9 plays a bit different to the other Mario Party games is because it was developed by the same team who gave us the most excellent Wii Party. In Party mode there are six exciting boards for you to play on which are Toad Road, Bob-omb Factory, Boo's Horror Castle, Blooper Beach, Magma Mine and Bowser Station. There are 80 new minigames for you to enjoy as your group work their way around the board on all different types of fun transport and some include great boss battles. You may travel together as team but you will be battle it out like enemies.
The game starts off with 10 charcters for you play as which are Mario, Toad, Luigi, Koopa, Peach, Birdo, Daisy, Wario, Waluigi and Yoshi. When you complete the solo mode you are given Shy Guy and Kamek to play with as well.
As you play Mario Party 9 you are given party points which you can use in the Museum to unlock DK's Jungle Ruins stage, new vehicles and stars in the sky of Nintendo characters etc.
The Extras mode lets you play Shell Soccer in which you are split into two teams for up to four players. The first team to take out all seven of their opponents Goombas wins.
Goomb Bowling plays a little like Wii Sports Bowling but you have to try and hit all the Goombas down which move from left to right.
Castle Clearout plays a bit like Puzzle League o the Nintendo DS, in that you need to connect six or more marbles of the same colour which clears a group and watch the fireworks go off!
Perspective mode is for one player only in which you are given 10 different minigames to play but you need to win in order to move on.

Last of all there is the Minigames mode that has Freeplay in which you can play all the minigames as many times as you like.
Step It Up is a race to the top of the steps by winning minigames.
In Garden Battle you play minigames to determine the order in which players get plant blocks. The first player to fill his or her garden with plant blocks is the champion. Garden Battle is my six year old daughters favourite mode at the moment because she likes gardening. There is also Choice Challenge, High Roller, Time Attack and I have unlocked the cool Boss Rush Mode.
Mario Party 9 is one of our families favourite games to play together alongside likes of Mario Kart Wii, Wii Party, Wii Sports Resort and Go Vacation.
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on 26 December 2015
This game is a worthy continuation of the "Mario Party" series. Amazing, beautiful choice of tracks, levels, in-game toys. Mario and playmates now also provide many pleasant hours in the game. I strongly recommend the purchase.
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on 23 December 2015
Bought these for my 9 years old boys. Well, the game is good but nothing different from other Mario games (Wii). Boys have stopped playing it after 5-6 sessions. So if one is buying this as his/her first Mario game then it may be of more interest.
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on 28 December 2015
Says from 3 years old but it is too difficult for that age to manipulate the nunchuk and the remote. You also go back to the start if you lose your lives. It would have been better to save progress per island
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on 16 April 2015
Item arrived promptly and before stated delivery date - would definitely use again! Kids love Mario Party 9, they have wanted it for a while as they have played it at neighbours and at such a good price I had to go for it :-)
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on 2 September 2014
Very pleased with this, delivered well before due date ,bought as birthday present so one happy child. Excellent would rate this item and seller as 5*****
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on 26 December 2015
Seems to be a used game as there are several stages unlocked and data stored such as high scores. I didn't notice this when purchasing and still can't see any reference when I look back now. Hopefully it won't spoil the kids' fun but I'm annoyed if this was somewhere in the small print?
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on 17 August 2015
Bought this for a 6&9 year olds and the love it I enjoy it more than them at times brill. Arrived in 24hrs from purchase Amazon prime is *AMAZING* 😀
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on 7 June 2016
purchased for my niece and nephew, they were more excited about this than every other present and love playing this with their friends
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on 2 February 2016
My little boy loves getting family members to play with him. Can be a bit slow and time consumung for adults but he loves it
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