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Mario party 4

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Material Type:Nintendo Gamecube Video Game
Collection:Video Games
Title:Mario party 4
Remainder of title:
Personal name:Nintendo.
Statement of responsibility:Nintendo of America.
Coordinated Info:Year: 2002 / ISBN Unavailable
Value: $49.99 / E
Reference and Record Number: 147
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 30030136  Has booklet. [added: 2008-08-29 19:26:49]  On Shelf  2008-08-29 19:26:49   

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Additional Bibliographic Information:
Subject:Electronic board games
Subject:Mario party (Series)
Subject:Mario (Fictitious character)
Subject:Children's games
Edition statement:U.S. ed.
Place of publication:Redmond :
Name of publisher:Nintendo,
Date of publication:2002
Accompanying material:2 blocks
Summary or note:UPC: 045496960384

"Mario Party's back, with all-new Mini-Games and even more MEGA-fun! Nintendo's all-star lineup is together again! Toad, Koopa, and others have hidden birthday presents inside a brand-new Party Cube, but finding the presents won't be easy. Grab your friends and battle your way in a four-player frenzy across brand-new game boards. Collect coins and win the most Stars to claim your birthday presents!"

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Choose favorite Nintendo video game characters and compete in a series of contests to win the birthday present.

Take advantage of the Mini-Giant system - players can use items on the boards to grow larger or smaller in order to access different areas of the game boards and trigger special events.

Bump, whack and bang away in the newly introduced Tag Battle, which lets players pair up in two-man teams and compete at collecting stars.

Set a handicap that allows players of all ages and abilities to compete against each other.
Purchase price:49.99 / E
Amazon ID:B00006HBTW

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  1. Richard X. Thripp at 2008-08-29T19:26:

    This is my favorite entry in the Mario Party series. though I’ve only played the first four (their up to #8 now). The first three were on the Nintendo 64, but this one really takes advantage of the GameCube’s more advanced hardware. Plus, the games and board designs are inspired. Quite entertaining, though only if played with friends (the computer is no fun).

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