Mario Party Advance

Mario Party Advance (GBA)


Game Boy Advance
Hudson Soft


Game Rating

User Ratings: 138

Our Review: 7/10


Number of Players
Single Player
Release Date

Game Boy Advance

  • JP 13th Jan 2005
  • US 28th Mar 2005
  • EU 10th Jun 2005

Wii U eShop

  • EU 25th Dec 2014, £6.29
  • US 25th Dec 2014, $6.99
Mario Party, Mario
Official Site

Screenshots (6)

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  • Review Mario Party Advance (Wii U eShop / GBA)

    Party of One

    Given the palm-rending popularity of the Mario Party series on Nintendo 64, it was only a matter of time before Nintendo brought the festivities to a handheld venue, and in 2005 Mario Party Advance arrived to fulfil the dreams of on-the-go party people everywhere. Developed by the busy bees at Hudson Soft - best known as the house of...

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About The Game

Mario and friends bring the party to Game Boy Advance with a dizzying range of activities for single players plus their pals.

Mario Party Advance also introduces Professor E. Gadd's Gaddgets: wacky toys and tricks that bring the fun outside of the game. Bowser has crashed the party and scattered all the minigames around Shroom City. Collect them all by completing the single-player game boards. Once unlocked, minigames can be played as often as you like. Earn coins to unlock Gaddgets such as the Compatibility Meter which lets you see how strong your friendships really are!