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A FAQ for the best party game on earth... _ _ _ ___ _ __ ___ _ ___ ________ __ | \/ | /_\ | _ \ | | / \ | _ \/_\ | _ |__ _\ Y / | |/ _ \ | / | || () | | _/ _ \| / | | | | |_/\_|_/ \_\|_\_\ |_| \__/ |_|/_/ \_|_\_\ |_| |_| 8888888 8*******8 8**8^8****8 888 8****8 8****8 8****8 8****888888888 8*************8 88888888888888 Mario Party 2 Version: Final Brett "Nemesis" Franklin E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org ______________________________________________________________________ ================= TABLE OF CONTENTS ================= 1. INTRODUCTION 1.1) MY REVIEW OF MARIO PARTY 2 2. LEGAL STUFF 3. UPDATES/REVISION HISTORY 4. THE STORY 5. THE PLAYERS 6. THE INFORMATION BOARD 7. THE GAME BOARDS 8. MINI-GAMES 9. ITEMS 10. TOP 3 WORST MINI-GAMES 11. TOP 3 BEST MINI-GAMES 12. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) 13. SECRETS 14. CREDITS 15. CONTACT INFO ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1. INTRODUCTION ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Hi! Even though I have written several FAQS for PlayStation games, I have yet to do one for a N64 game. So, this will be my first one for the system, and I think one for Mario Party 2 would be a good choice. The best party game of last year just got better with this sequel. Mario Party 2 is an awesome game, with even more impressive mini-games. Although it's not as fun in the one-player category, it's insanely fun with three other friends. So, grab a six-pack (beer or soda, depending on your age :), order a few pizzas, grab three friends, and get ready for a party! A Mario Party! GAME INFO: ------------ Name: Mario Party 2 Platform: Nintendo 64 Developer: Nintendo of America/Hudson Soft Publisher: Nintendo of America/Japan Players: 1-4 Supports: Rumble Pak Genre: Multiplayer Mayhem (I dunno what ELSE to call it) Price: $49.99 ********************************* ************** 1.1) MY REVIEW OF MARIO PARTY 2 *********** ********************************* Here's my review of Mario Party 2: ----------------------------------- When I first played the original Mario Party, I thought it was a good game, but it wasn't what I had fully expected. But now, after playing the super-sequel of Mario Party, Mario Party 2, I can now say that this is the BEST party game ever! Now let's break Mario Party 2 into it's most important aspects. --------------- GRAPHICS - 8/10 --------------- The graphics in Mario Party 2, while not the best I have seen, do the job very well, and are much better than the graphics in the original Mario Party. The visuals in Mario Party 2 have been improved over the first Mario Party 2, and it shows. The textures have been cleaned up a bit, and the characters are more reconizable than before. Even though there was a slight bit of slowdown during some of the Mini-Games in the original, there's absolutley NONE in Mario Party 2. There are more 3-D graphics within the Mini-Games than the original too. In the first Mario Party, some of the Mini-Games had just sprites, with little 3-D graphics in them. Now, ALL of the Mini-Games in Mario Party 2 contain 3-D graphics. This makes the game that much more enjoyable, and makes the game easier on the eyes. ---------------- STORY - 8/10 ---------------- Even though there's barely a story for Mario Party 2, it's probably the best one you'll get for a multiplayer game. The basic premise of Mario Party 2 is that all of the characters in the game (all from the Nintendo universe), are fighting over who to name the world they all built after. At first it was going to be called "Mario Land," but everyone started to fight. Now, they must compete on the game boards to earn the right to become the Super Star. Okay, so it's not the greatest story ever told, but it's good enough for me. :) ----------------- SOUND - 7/10 ----------------- The sound quality in Mario Party 2 is really good for a Nintendo 64 game, since it's cartridge based, and the sound quality is usually bad for cartridge games. The music is pretty well done, although it sometimes gets on your nerves after playing for a while. The sound effects are also well done, and they add some variety to the game. All of the sound effects, though, are somewhat muffled, since it's a cartridge game. Oh well, nothing's perfect. And BTW, Toad's more annoying than ever. He'll get on your nerves. Fast. ----------------- CONTROL - 9/10 ----------------- Although there's not much use for controls within the menus and game boards, the control's are awesome for the Mini-Games. Controlling your Bobsled or plane is easy, thanks to the intuitive control scheme. The control's are basic, and basic is good. Since Mario Party 2's controls are easy to use, winning Mini-Games are far easier than before, and allows players of all ages to play. Thank goodness that Nintendo removed those spinning-joystick Mini-Games, cause those sucked. :p ------------------- GAMEPLAY - 10/10 ------------------- This is the most important aspect of a game, in my opinion, and is the best aspect of Mario Party 2. The gameplay of Mario Party 2 is the core of the game, and it's wonderful. This is the best party game ever, and it's all because of the solid gameplay. I thought that the original Mario Party was a pretty good playing game, despite having a few flaws, but Mario Party 2 is a lot better playing than the original. At the heart of the gameplay, are the Mini-Games. Another word that could describe the Mini-Games is variety. With over 60 Mini- Games, Mario Party 2's Mini-Games have plenty of variety to keep the player's attention, and attract you to the game more than ever. Some of the Mini-Games are kinda fun, but most of them are EXTREMEMLY fun to play, and you'll want to play them over and over again. Another aspect of the gameplay are all of the extra modes that are included. Other than the regular Mini-Game boards, there is a place where you can purchase any Mini-Game you want to, and then play them at any time. There's also a place where you can visit a game board that only plays Mini-Games. These are great additions to an already geat game. ---------------------- REPLAYABILITY - 10/10 ---------------------- Okay, if you have two or three friends, the replayablility of Mario Party 2 is a 10. But if you are a lone gamer, the replayablility of Mario Party 2 is a 6 or a 7. Why? Because this is a MULTIPLAYER game, which means it's great for a few people to play, but not very fun with only one person. Sure you can play with three other computer opponents, but it's just not the same as if you were playing along side three of your buddies. So, if you have plenty of friends, this is has almost unlimited replay-value. Just think about that if you are thinking of making a purchase of Mario Party 2. ------------------ BUY/RENT - BUY!!!! ------------------ You should definatley buy Mario Party 2 right this moment if you have some friends looking for some fun. If you don't have any friends, or don't have friends who like Nintendo, then give Mario Party 2 a rent. If you are still unsure about making a purchase, then head over to your nearest Blockbuster retailer, and rent Mario Party 2 tonight! ------------------ BREAKDOWN ------------------ GRAPHICS: 8/10 STORY: 8/10 SOUND: 7/10 CONTROL: 9/10 GAMEPLAY: 10/10 REPLAYABILITY: 10/10 BUY/RENT: BUY IT!!! ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 2. LEGAL STUFF ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ***ATTENION WEBMASTERS*** FROM THIS POINT FORWARD, I WILL NOT BE ACCEPTING ANY MORE E-MAILS FROM ANYONE WHO WANTS TO PUT THIS, OR ANY OTHER OF MY FAQS ON THEIR SITES. I'M SICK AND TIRED OF PEOPLE ASKING ME IF THEY CAN PUT MY FAQ ON THEIR SITE. I'M NOT TRYING TO BE MEAN OR ANYTHING, BUT IT'S JUST THAT I KEEP ON RECEIVING E-MAILS FROM WEBMASTERS WHO WANT TO PUT MY FAQ ON THEIR SITE. ANY MORE E-MAILS THAT I GET FROM NOW ON THAT ARE ASKING ME IF THEY CAN USE MY FAQ ON THEIR SITE, WILL BE DELETED AND IGNORED. THE ONLY SITES THAT CAN HAVE ANY OF MY FAQS ARE THE ONES SPECIFIED IN THE LEGAL STUFF SECTION OF THIS FAQ. HOWEVER, IF YOU DO PUT THIS OR ANY OF MY FAQS ON YOUR SITE WITHOUT MY PERMISSION, LEGAL ACTION WILL BE TAKEN IMMEDIATLY. I'D LIKE TO THANK YOU FOR READING THIS, AND I WOULD LIKE TO SAY THAT IF YOU WANT TO PUT THIS OR ANY OF MY FAQS ON YOUR SITE, THE ANSWER IS NO AND WILL ALWAYS BE NO! SORRY IF I'M BEING RUDE, BUT I'M SICK OF PEOPLE JUST TAKING MY FAQS WITHOUT MY CONSENT. THANK YOU. This FAQ can only appear on the following sites: -GameFAQS -Cheat Code Central -GameSages -Vgstrategies.com If anyone finds it on any other site, please inform me ASAP. E-Mail Address: email@example.com Copyright: © Copyright 1999-2000 Brett "Nemesis" Franklin. It may not be stolen, altered, or used for any type of profit. It may be reproduced electronically, and printed for PRIVATE, PERSONAL use. It may not be placed on a CD, printed in a magazine or any type of publication. If you want to use this FAQ on your site, please contact me. If you would like to contribute to this FAQ (you will be credited,) please e-mail me, as well as any questions, comments, or corrections, to the address above. Mario Party and it's affiliates are © 1999, 2000 Nintendo/Hudson Soft. TM. All characters and items are © Nintendo Of America Inc. All rights reserved. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 3. UPDATES/REVISION HISTORY ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Version 0.2 (01/28/00) -------------------------------------- * First version Version 0.4 (01/29/00) -------------------------------------- * Fixed some of the format of this FAQ. I centered the maps of the game boards, and the ASCII title. * Added the game info part in the Introduction section that I STUPIDLY forgot. * Added some more Mini-Games + how much they cost when you buy them from Woody. * Added a list of Mini-Games * Added new section: "SECRETS" * Added "How to Get Bowser's Land" in Secrets Section * Added "How to Get Mini-Game Rollercoaster" in Secrets Section Version 0.5 (01/30/00) ------------------------------------- * Added some more Mini-Games that I've unlocked * Added the Map & Info on the "Bowser Land" Game Board Version 0.6 (01/31/00) ------------------------------------- * Tiny update * Added my review of Mario Party 2 Version 0.7 (01/31/00) ------------------------------------- * Another Tiny Update * Had to re-add the Secrets that were mysteriously missing from version 0.6. Look in the Secrets Section to see them again. * Added another Secret * Adjusted the difficulty for "Bowser Land" game board Version 0.8 (02/01/00) ------------------------------------ * First update of February! * Added a ton of Mini-Games * Added the descriptions for all the Battle Mini-Games, the Item Mini-Games, and the Duel Mini-Games * Changed the Players section a bit; I had to change which games everyone was in last: Mario Golf. :) * Added some more Secrets Version 0.9 (02/05/00) --------------------------------- * Slightly changed the Legal Stuff section--I had to add the "2000" part. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 4. THE STORY ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Here's the story straight from the game manual itself: Mario and Luigi, Wario and Peach, DK and Yoshi all gathered in speech, sharing their wishes for all they had seen, saying "Let's make a world built on all of our dreams!" Combining their talents, they sweated and strained, completing that world, Mario Land by name... Alas, but Wario stepped forth and said, "This world should be named for a Super Star, instead. "Wario Land is a far better name!" And so they all argued the depth of their fame. "Peach Land is better!" and "My name is best!" Toad could not believe the words of the rest! But as they debated who was more grand Bowser invaded that Mario Land!!! "There's no time to argue and no time to fight! "The task is before us," Toad said with a fright. "This land shall be named for the Super Star who "Defeats Evil Bowser and saves us all, too!" So Mario and friends, took on this new quest, To defeat the King Koopa and prove who's the best! They went deep into space, met ghosts and pirates, But always on Bowser their keen sights were set. No adventure more trying, no reward more grand... So speaks the Legend of Mario Land! ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 5. THE PLAYERS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• ------- MARIO ------- Our merry hero's favorite Item is the Mushroom, of course. He runs like the dickens and can skillfully master any Mini-Game. Last Game He Was In: ===================== - Mario Golf (N64) ------ LUIGI ------ Mario's younger, yet taller, brother is a determined man of may talents. His Item of choice is the Skeleton Key. Last Game He Was In: ===================== - Mario Golf (N64) ------- YOSHI ------- The wide-eyed Yoshi is always full of energy. His favorite Item is the Warp Block, and he apparently likes all-or-nothing competitions. Last Game He Was In: ====================== - Mario Golf (N64) ------ WARIO ------ When it comes to Items, Mario's rival prefers the Dueling Glove. His cunning is unmatched, and he seems to be a master of the Duel Mini-Games. Last Game He Was In: ====================== - Mario Golf (N64) ------ PEACH ------ The lovely Princess Toadstool likes to use the Plunder Chest, revealing her surprising habit of tricking her opponents. Last Game She Was In: ====================== - Mario Golf (N64) ------------ DONKEY KONG ------------ When it comes to strength, this mighty ape is number one! He clears all Mini- Games with dominating performances. His favorite Item is the Bowser Bomb, and he loves Happenings! Last Game He Was In: ===================== - Donkey Kong 64 (N64) ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 6. THE INFORMATION BOARD ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• The Information Board is just like a Main Menu. It lets you choose where you want to go, like Options, See the Rules, what game board you wish to play on, and Mini-Game Land. OPTION LABORATORY ------------------ The Option Laboratory is used to change various options. You can choose to erase your game data, or change the sound settings in this Laboratory. MINI-GAME LAND --------------- You can go to Mini-Game Land to purchase Mini-Games that you have already played within the board games. You can also play those Mini-Games you have bought any time you wish. - Woody: He's the guy you are supposed to go to in order to purchase any Mini-Games that you've played in the Board Games, provided that you have enough Coins. :) - Mini-Game Park: You can come here to play the Mini-Games that you've bought from good 'ol Woody. - Coin Box: All of the coins that you've collected throughout the course of the Board Games are kept in here. Go here to see how many Coins you have. - Records Bottle: All of the Mini-Game course records are held here. Duh! - Mini-Game Coaster: You can only go here once you've collected a certain number of Mini-Games from Woody. This is special single-player mode, for all you loners there. :p Also, some say that whoever clears the Rollercoaster first receives a very special prize... - Mini-Game Stadium: You can only go here once you've bought a certain number of Mini-Games from Woody. At first, only one game mode is available, but there are two more that are hidden. * One mode is the BATTLE MODE. This is where you can compete with three other players (computer or human), in a 3, 5, or 7 Win match. Once you've chosen what type of match it will be, you can choose either to play 4-player Mini-Games, 2-on-2 Mini- Games, or 3-on-1 Mini-Games. This mode (Mini-Game Staduim) is a very fun way to sharpen your Mini-Game skills, or to completely bypass the whole board games option, and just play the Mini-Games. A wonderful addition to an alreaady outstanding game. * Another Mode is TRIAL MODE. This mode allows you to choose whether or not there are handicaps, and lets you choose from 10, 20, or 30 Turn games. Trial Mode is like playing on a regular board, except that there are no Stars, and you win by collecting the most amount of Coins acquired from Mini-Games. You also do not receive or lose Coins by landing on Red and Blue spaces, but you DO get 10 Coins after completing one lap around the board. The board is in the shape of a figure-8, and is very easy to play on. Look in The Boards Section of this FAQ for a map of it. * The last Mode within the Mini-Game Stadium is the Duel Mode. This mode allows you to play 2-player Duel Mini-Games, just as the name implies. And, since you can only play Duel Mini-Games, only 2 players can participate. You can choose from a 3-Win Match, a 5-Win Match, or a 7-Win Match. Basically, the Duel Mode is just like Battle Mode, only with Duel Mini-Games. RULES LAND ----------- Just as the name implies, you can view the rules of the game here. You might want to visit this Land if this is your first time playing Mario Party 2, of if you haven't played the first one. PIRATE LAND ------------ A game board with the theme of Pirates and tropical islands. Watch out for the cannons on the Pirate Ships near the bridges... WESTERN LAND ------------- A game board with the theme of the Wild Wild West, cowboys, and an old town. Watch out for that mean ol' Bowser though... SPACE LAND ----------- A different type of board, with the theme being outer space. Make sure that when Bowser's Giant Coin beam goes off, you're not in it's path... MYSTERY LAND ------------- A game board that is divided into four mini-boards, with four different themes. Plenty of Warp points just laying around. Mysterious... HORROR LAND ------------- A unique game board where whenever 2 turns pass by, day turns into night, and vice-versa. It will also change if you happen to land on a "?" Space. Scary... BOWSER LAND ------------- Home of the evil Bowser, Bowser Land is where Toad had been taken to. After every 5 turns, a Bowser Parade starts where Bowser and pals march down a path, and whoever is within that path loses all of their coins and goes back to Start. Bowser Bank goes in reverse; Every time you go past the bank, you get 5 Coins, but every time you land on it, you lose coins! A difficult board, especially since everything is run by Bowser himself. Watch out for the big man himself... ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 7. THE GAME BOARDS ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• When you first begin your adventure, there will be 5 different game boards to choose from. There may be some hidden ones too, so when I find out how to open them up, I will add them. Bits 'o' info: --------------- Blue Spaces: You receive 3 coins when you land on this space. Hidden blocks may appear on these spaces Red Spcaes: You lose 3 coins when you land on a red space. "!" Spaces: You will get to appear in a Single Player Chance Mini Game. "?" Spaces: Different things can happen when you land on this space. Item Space: You have a chance to compete in a single-player Mini-Game. Bowser Space: Bowser will cause you a lot of trouble. You will always lose coins to him. Battle Space: A four-player Mini-Game starts when you land on this space. Koopa Bank: Every time you land on this space, you'll have to deposit 5 coins into the bank. If you happen to land there, you get all of the coins that are in the bank. Toad Stars: Land on one of these, and you can pay Toad 20 Coins for a Star! Hidden Blocks: These can only be found while playing with "Bonuses" on. You may find Coins, or even a Star if you're lucky... Mysterious Relics: Alien Warp points that will warp you to a different location on the board if you pay 10 Coins. It's worth it... Mushroom Spaces: If you land on one of these, you will enter a chance Mini-Game where you can win an Item. Baby Bowser Space: These will be located where a star was previously located. If you land on one of these spaces, you'll have to pay Baby Bowser 5 Coins. But sometimes he'll give YOU 5 Coins... Fake Toad Spaces: If you land on a Fake Toad Space, Bowser will sell you a Black Star, and trick you! Beware... ------------ PIRATE LAND ------------ Difficulty: */***** A game board with the theme of Pirates and tropical islands. Watch out for the cannons on the Pirate Ships near the bridges... ********************************************** * o o o o o o o o o o o o o o * * o o * * o o o * * o o o o o o o o o o o o o * * o o o o o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o X5 o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o X2 * * o o X1 o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o X3 * * o o X4 o o o o o o o o * * * ********************************************** Key Places: - - - - - - X1: Koopa Bank X2: Boo Location X3: Start Location X4: Koopa Bank X5: Item Shop ------------- WESTERN LAND ------------- Difficulty: */***** A game board with the theme of the Wild Wild West, cowboys, and an old town. Watch out for that mean ol' Bowser though... *********************************************************** * o o * * o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o X3 o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o o o X3 * * o o X4 o o o o * * o o o o o * * X8 o o o * * o o o o o o o o o o o o * * o o o o o o X7 * * o o o o o * * o o o o o o o o o o o o X6 o o o o o o o * * o o o * * o o o * * o o o * * X5 o o * * o o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o o o o o o X2 o o o o o o o o o o X1 * * o o o * *********************************************************** Key Places: - - - - - - X1: Start Location X2: Train Station X3: Train Station X4: Koopa Bank X5: Boo Location X6: Item Shop X7: Koopa Bank X8: Train Station ------------- SPACE LAND ------------- Difficulty: **/***** A different type of board, with the theme being outer space. Make sure that when Bowser's Giant Coin beam goes off, you're not in it's path... ************************************************* * o * * o o o o o o o X2 o o o o o o o o o o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o X3 * * X5 o o o o o * * o o __ o /\ o * * o o o o o o o(X6) o / \ o * * o o o o o o \ o o o o o o * * o o o o o * * o o o o o o o o o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o * * o o o o o X4o o o o o o o o o o o o o X1 * * * ************************************************* Key Places: - - - - - - X1: Start Location X2: Koopa Bank X3: Boo Location X4: Koopa Bank X5: Item Shop X6: Bowser Coin Beam ------------- MYSTERY LAND ------------- Difficulty: **/***** A game board that is divided into four mini-boards, with four different themes. Plenty of Warp points just laying around. Mysterious... ************************************** * * * o o o o o o o o * * X4 o X7 o * * o o o o * * o X8 o --> o o * * o o o o o o * * X3o o o || * * \o\ /o/ \/ * * ^ \o\/o/ o o * * |  o o * * o /o/\o\ o o * * o o /o/ \o\ * * o o o o o o X6 * * o o
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