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We all know, it’s not a party unless you have all your favorite people around. This weekend we stayed in- all the kids were sick, but we were still able to throw a fun party with our friends Mario and the rest of the Nintendo clan in Super Mario Party for Nintendo Switch! Each version of Super Mario Party has something new and exciting to offer, and we were pretty stoked to check out the latest title in the Nintendo Switch family.
Along with the game, the folks over at Nintendo sent along Radio Flyer tricycles to get us pumped for the mini-games that are now offered on Super Mario Party. My girls are too big to enjoy the trikes, but their little brother had fun imitating the action on one of the mini-games: Trike Harder where you compete against your opponents to be the first to finish the trike race. This is just one of the 80 mini-games in Super Mario Party. Of course, if you like the “old-fashioned” gameplay of the previous Super Mario Party titles, you’re still able to play the game board mode we’ve all grown up with and love about Super Mario Party.
Another great feature of Super Mario Party is the ability to really get everyone in on the action. You can now play Super Mario Party with TWO Nintendo Switch consoles, making it an interesting party starter when you bring your Nintendo Switch with you on the go. The mini-games and main gameplay offer something for everyone, with varying levels for both kids and adults. Personally, I love love love that Super Mario Party always brings my girls together because they can work together to reach the goal of the game, while also teaching them good sportsmanship if they don’t win.
This holiday season, get your copy of Super Mario Party from Amazon. It makes an awesome stocking stuffer for the kiddos! If you don’t have a Nintendo Switch yet, consider getting the kids one for Christmas! The kids got theirs last year and it’s been one of the best investments for our family in terms of toys, because everyone gets a chance to play and it gives them something to do on rainy or cold days where we stay indoors.