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consists of 3 releases.
Released Nov 06, 2000
A collection of fifteen minigames for up to four players, where players compete in everything from frenetic action arena brawls to strategic turn-based competitions.
Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party is a collection of TV-themed minigames starring Ubisoft's cast of insane rabbits.
The Rabbids plan to invade earth by mimicking their residents... at least that's what they think they're doing.
Mario Party comes to a handheld system for the second time, with many of the minigames utilizing the touch screen and microphone features of the DS.
The eighth iteration in the series brings the party to the Nintendo Wii. Mario Party 8 is one of the best-selling Wii games, selling over 4.86 million units worldwide.
A minigame collection that puts more emphasis on the Rabbids, rather than Rayman himself.
More Mario Party fun on the Nintendo GameCube. Grab three friends and have fun in the Mushroom Kingdom. As indicated on the box art, this game included the Gamecube Microphone which connected through the memory card ports and was used in several mini games.
Mario Party Advance is the first handheld iteration in the Mario Party franchise.
Mario Party 6 is the sixth game in the Mario Party franchise. It introduces several new aspects, such as Orbs, a day and night cycle, and the new characters Brighton and Twila.
A party game based on the license of a Swiss comic book. Released initially in 2004, a remastered port also saw light in 2019.
Gather round and play as one of six Cartoon Network cartoon characters in this Mario Party-esque game. Up to four different people can play four different boards and you play to collect different things, depending on the board.
A party-based re-release of the original WarioWare GBA game. Features the same microgames as the GBA original, and several multiplayer party modes.
Mario Party 5 is the fifth installment in Nintendo's long running series. It features new modes, along with 75 all-new mini-games.
In this party game, players traverse a board game representation of five different realms, all which are locations from the film. Players then take turns battling it out in different mini games all in the pursuit of "Precious Drops," the winning factor of the game.
My Street puts you in control of your created character as he/she tries to beat kids at their own game, and earn the bullies' respect before the school year stars.
An iteration of the Mario Party franchise for the Nintendo e-Reader.
This is the fourth installment in Nintendo's mini-game-oriented Mario Bros. franchise.
Pac-man Fever is a mini-game collection that brings together various Namco characters to compete on various board game levels.
A game starring Winnie the Pooh and friends. Play Mario Party style games as you guide your favorite character from the 100 Acre Wood around the board to victory. Games include the Bomberman-inspired Tigger's Thunder and Frightening, Rabbit's Roller Racers, Piglet's Pumpkin Hunt, Owl's Fruit 'n' Hoot and Pooh's Pinball Party!
Published by Sega for the Sega Dreamcast, Sonic Shuffle is similar to Mario Party, but with Sonic characters. Characters travel around a game board in turns, attempting to collect gems, while taking part in numerous four-player minigames.
Mario Party 2 was the first in what would become a long line of sequels to Nintendo's successful crack at the party game genre. Mario Party 2 included new boards and the same original six playable characters from the first game, along with a ton of new mini games.
Mario Party is the first game in Nintendo's party game franchise. The game was well-received for its pick up and play gameplay.
Segata Sanshirou Shinken Yuugi is a Japan-only Sega Saturn game that stars the console's mascot in that country. A minigame collection, Shinken Yuugi has players performing various tasks as the character, which then unlock videos of his infamous commercials.
Poy Poy 2 is the European and Japanese-only sequel to Poy Poy. Up to four players can compete against each other at a time in an arena with a variety of weapons and powers.
Sonic R is a 3D racing game. It features characters from the Sonic series and puts them in races against each other.
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