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Mario Party 7
Developer(s) Hudson Soft
Nintendo SPD Group No.4
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Producer(s) Hiroshi Sato
Composer(s) Hironobu Yahata
Shinya Outouge
Series Mario Party
Platform(s) Nintendo GameCube
Release date(s) NA November 7, 2005
JP November 10, 2005
EU February 10, 2006
AUS June 8, 2006
Genre(s) Party
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer
Rating(s) CERO: A
PEGI: 3+
Media 1 × GameCube Optical Disc
Input methods Controller, Microphone

Mario Party 7 is a party board video game for the Nintendo GameCube game console. It is the seventh game in the Mario Party series. It is the last Mario Party game for the Nintendo GameCube. It was released in North America on November 7, 2005, in Japan on November 10, 2005, and in Europe on February 10, 2006.


Mario Party 7 plays the same as previous games in the Mario Party series. Players go around on boards to collect coins, which they can use to buy stars. Movement is done with the use of a dice block with the numbers one through ten. After all four players take their turns, a mini-game is played. The player that wins the mini-game wins coins. The winner is the player with the most stars at the end of the game. A new feature in this game is "Bowser Time!". Every turn, a meter shaped like Bowser's face fills up a little bit. After every 5th turn, the meter fills up completely, and Bowser will appear to do something bad. What he does depends on the board.

Six boards are in the game. The last one has to be unlocked through Solo Made. Twelve characters are available for players to play as. Two of them, Birdo and Dry Bones, make their first playable appearance in this game.

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